Jaroslav Filip

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Jaroslav Filip (June 22, 1949, Hontianske Moravce – July 11, 2000, Bratislava), known as Jaro Filip, was Slovak musician, composer, humorist, dramaturgist, actor, columnist and promoter of the Internet in Slovakia with an extraordinary range of activities.[1] His work includes numerous Slovak pop music hits in cooperation with the singer Richard Müller, including Cigaretka na dva ťahy, Milovanie v daždi or Daňový únik.

From the 1970s Jaro Filip cooperated with comedians Milan Lasica and Július Satinský, creating numerous works such as the albums Bolo nás jedenásť, S vetrom o preteky, My and the cabaret Ktosi je za dverami. In the 1990s he was a member of the dominant group of Slovak humorists (with Stano Radič, Rasťo Piško and others) who appeared in several formats both on TV and radio commenting on political and social life in the country.

Life[edit]

He was born in a family of teacher in a small town.

He acted in a number of movies.

Jaro Filip died on July 11, 2000 because of a massive heart attack.

Awards[edit]

  • Prize of the Minister of Culture of the Slovak Republic, in memoriam
  • Order of Ľudovít Štúr, 1st Grade, In Memoriam

Work[edit]

Music[edit]

His solo projects[edit]

  • CD - Ten čo hrával s Dežom - 1998, Opus
  • CD - Cez okno - 1996, Salvador
  • CD - Meditation for Piano - 1996, Transmusic

Cooperation with Richard Müller[edit]

  • CD - RICHARD MULLER/hlas, MICHAL HORACEK/slova, JAN SAUDEK/obrazy - 2000, B+M Music, Universal
  • CD - Koniec sveta - 1999, Universal
  • CD - Nočná optika - 1998, Polygram
  • CD - LSD - 1996, Polygram
  • CD - 33 - 1994, BMG Ariola

Cooperation with Milan Lasica and Július Satinský[edit]

Milan Lasica is the only member of the legendary trio Lasica-Satinský-Filip still alive today
  • LP - Pred popravou (Záznam predstavenia) - 1979, Opus, LP
  • LP - Bolo nás jedenásť - 1981, Opus, LP
  • LP - S vetrom o preteky - 1982, Opus, LP
  • LP - My - 1987, Opus, LP
  • LP - Sťahovaví vtáci - 1990, Opus, LP
  • Deň Radosti - theatrical performance of Štúdio S, music, character of the Pianist
  • Jubileum - theatrical performance of Štúdio S, music

Cooperation with Dežo Ursíny[edit]

Slovak rocker Dežo Ursíny
  • LP - Príbeh - 1994, BMG Ariola
  • LP - Ten istý tanec - 1992, Arta F1
  • LP - Do tla - 1991, Arta F1
  • LP - Momentky - 1990, Opus
  • LP - Na ceste domov - 1987, Opus
  • LP - Zelená - 1986, Opus
  • LP - Modrý vrch - 1981, Opus
  • LP - Nové mapy ticha - 1979, Opus
  • LP - Pevnina detstva - 1978, Opus
  • LP - Dežo Ursíny & Provisorium - 1973, Supraphon

Film music[edit]

  • „Rivers of Babylon“ - comedy/drama, 1998, director: Vlado Balco, producer: Marian Urban (Based on the novel Rivers of Babylon)
  • „Času je málo a voda stúpa“ - documentary, 1997, directors: Dežo Ursíny, Ivo Brachtl
  • „Čarbanice“ - drama/family, 1982, director: Eva Stefankovičová
  • „Citová výchova jednej Dáše“ - drama, 1980, director: Ján Zeman

Theatrical music[edit]

Music for theatre shows at Slovak National Theatre (SND) and Nova scéna in Bratislava:

Other projects[edit]

  • Music for the Slovak TV series Silvánovci
  • Music for the Slovak TV inscenation Carlo Goldoni - Prefíkaná vdova, 1981, director: Július Pántik
  • Cooperation with the Slovak punk music group Zóna A on the song Nádherná zákerná, 2000

Radio[edit]

TV Shows[edit]

  • Apropo TV - television counterpart of the Apropo radio show (aired on: STV, VTV)
  • Reservé (aired on: TV Markíza)
  • Telecvoking - succeeded Apropo TV (aired on: TV Markíza)
  • Véčko - TV talkshow with guests, in cooperation with Stano Radič (aired on: TV Luna)
  • Kaviareň u Filipa - talkshow with musicians (aired on: STV)
  • Apropo TV New - continuation of the cult TV series, in cooperation with Stano Radič but without Skrúcany, Noga, Tlučkova or Piško, and including Boris W. Dobak, Miro Kasprzyk, Robo Roth, Ivo Brachtl and others (aired on: unknown)

Cooperation with theatre[edit]

Theatrical characters and roles[edit]

  • Teta na zjedenie - 1978 - Bouda, performing at Astorka theatre
  • Commune de Paris - 1981 - Pepe
  • Svadba Krečinského - 1981 - Krečinskij
  • Hamlet III. - 1982 - Fengo
  • Charlie - 1982 - thug, student
  • Ako sme sa hľadali - 1983 - soldier, teacher
  • Kaukazský kriedový kruh - 1983 - singer
  • Finta - 1983 - Tom
  • Kvinteto - 1985 - pianist, directed by: Blaho Uhlár
  • Prostáčik - Gordon, Englishman
  • Muž ako muž - Galy Gay
  • Kone sa strieľajú - Rocky

Film roles[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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