Ondr̆íc̆ek, Frantis̆ek (b Prague, 1857; d Milan, 1922). Cz. violinist and composer. Début Paris 1882, followed by tours. Gave f.p. of Dvořák's vn. conc., Prague 1883. Settled in Vienna 1907, forming qt. Prof. of vn. Vienna Cons. 1911–19, Prague Cons. 1919–22. With Mittelmann, wrote vn. method (1908). Composed vn. conc. and other vn. pieces.
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