Between 1985 and 1993, Plíhal worked with Emil Pospíšil, and from 1995 to 1999 he produced music with Petr Freund. He has also won four Porta folk music awards as of 2006. His 2005 album Karel Plíhal in Olomouc was recorded in his home town in Moravia in a 2004 concert. Plíhal has composed music for numerous productions at the Moravian Theatre in Olomouc, among others Zlatovláska, Sluha dvou pánů, Utrpení Dona Perlimplína, Manon Lescaut, Cyrano, Zimní pohádka, Pašije and Giroflé-Giroflá. He has set music to a few of Josef Kainar's poems, and he has directed recording for albums by artists such as Jarek Nohavica, Petr Fiala, Eben brothers and Bokomara band. He once tried to stop talking, completely, with nobody.
The reason? He said he wanted to hear the melody of other people's voices. And he said, if we stop talking, we can hear our own melody. Discography Karel Plíhal v Olomouci (2005) - two CD recording of a concert in Olomouc Karel Plíhal v Telči (2005) - DVD recording of a concert in Telč Nebe počká (2004) – poems of Josef Kainar Rok Ďábla (2002) – music for the movie of the same name Kluziště (2000) - album with new arrangements of old songs Napadl Sníh (Sova Sněžná) (2000) - a single released as a Christmas CD of Česká spořitelna Králíci, ptáci a hvězdy (1996) Takhle nějak to bylo ... (1994) Karel Plíhal 1985-89 (1992) – summary edition of the two previous albums with added song Žlutí sokoli Karel Plíhal...Emil Pospíšil... (1989) Karel Plíhal (1985) Plíharmonyje - concert recording, not released officially Mávej, mávej - concert recording, not released officially External links Karel Plíhal - official site (in Czech Language) Read more on Last.fm.
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