Josefina Brdlíková née Mourková (20 March 1843 – 21 April 1910) was a translator, singer, pianist and composer. She was born in Prague, and studied music in Paris and London. She married the mayor and industrialist Jan Brdlík, who was a founder of coal tar chemical factories, and lived in Počátky until 1899. In 1894 her husband opened a new branch of his business and the couple moved to Kralupy.
Selected works include:
- Aphorismen in Walzerform, for piano four-hands (pub. 1897)
- Jihočeský sborník historický: Volumes 39-41. Jihočeské muzeum České Budějovice, Jihočeská Společnost pro Zachováni Husitských Památek v Taboře. 1970.
- "Brdlíková, Josefina, 1843-1910". Retrieved 29 January 2011.
- Stloukal, Karel (1940). Královny, knéžny a velké ženy české.
- Josefina Brdlíková Výšehrad Cemetery Prague