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Jiri Mokrý was a Czech composer whose life spanned the first half of the 20th century, a period rich in musical evolution. Born on October 4, 1892, Mokrý’s compositions reflect the Romantic style, yet they are tinged with the early modern influences that were emerging during his lifetime. While not as widely known as some of his contemporaries, Mokrý’s work has a place in the classical music repertoire, particularly for his contributions to violin music.