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Brunn

(brūn),
Fritz, 20th-century Czechoslovak physician. See: Brunn reaction.

Brunn

(brūn),
Albert von, German anatomist, 1849-1895. See: Brunn membrane, Brunn nest.
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Janacek as a visitor to performances at the Brno National Theatre is the shortest chapter, comprising a mere two pages.
The fifth chapter, titled Janacek's work on the stage of the Brno National Theatre, provides a colourful account of each Janacek opera performed at the NDB--their entrusting to the theatre, rehearsals and all the productions staged during the composer's lifetime.
The penultimate chapter, titled Janacek's works in concerts by the Brno National Theatre orchestra, loosely links up to the previous chapter.
"Ich zink it vould be better as Brno und Becks," he confides.
"He vas pretending to be annoyed, but ve could all see how much he vas enjoying it," Brno chuckles.
There is no doubt Brno has proved a tonic for a country that hasn't had the greatest profile, having produced Adolf Hitler, Josef Fritzl and The Sound Of Music.
Things get wonderfully crazy and deeply shocking as Brno invades America.
In fact the scene recently cut from the film following the death of Michael Jackson - maybe it will be on the DVD - sees Brno convincing La Toya Jackson to eat sushi off the naked body of one of those gardeners before asking her for Michael's number!
For the majority of its short running time Brno is a masterpiece of comedy by embarrassment.
The Brno company often visited Vienna and the population of Brno took pride in its successes.
The collapse of the monarchy and establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic radically altered conditions in Brno. In December 1918 the City Theatre was transferred to the management of a Czech theatre company with effect from the 1919/20 season and the Germans had to go back to the small theatre in Zelny trh.
They staged works by Smetana, Janacek and Dvorak, but also the most important composition by Frantisek Neumann (the head of the Brno Czech opera), the opera Liebelei, which was produced at many German opera houses at the time.