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France Ačko (born July 23, 1904 in Maribor – d. December 30, 1974 in Ljubljana) was a Slovenian musician, organist and composer of sacred music. He studied music with Srečko Koporc and in Rome at the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music. His most important works include a Missa Solemnis (1941) and Počivaj, milo detece (Sleep, Little Baby).
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