Czech Music has always been a natural part of life in the Czech Republic. The
Czechs have retained their place among the top musicians in the world. That
might be the reason for which the first steps of man on the moon were
accompanied by the music of Czech composer Antonín Dvorak.
The music in the Czech Republic has been originated from high-culture opera and symphony and in the conventional music of Bohemia and Moravia. Diversity and cross-pollination are important characters of Czech music.
often influenced Composers. Bluegrass and jazz music have gained immense
popularity. English language hits sung in Czech were often the constituents of
Work of composers like Bohuslav Martinů,Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvorak, Leos Janacek, etc. have been influenced by The traditional Czech music. The recordings of Janacek came at a very favorable time. The later half of the 19th centaury witnessed the fading away of traditional Czech music.
A Moravian string band was brought by Janacek in the year 1895 to the Ethnographical Exhibition, which was held in Prague. This brought about a heightened sense of national identity and pride. This also led to a revitalization of the Czech music.