Jani Golob (born 18 January 1948 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian composer, violinist, arranger and professor.His music opus is often on the thin line of classic, pop and jazz. Golob has composed operas, ballets, orchestral works, chamber and vocal music, as well as numerous Slovenian film scores, music for television and music for advertising purposes. His probably most important works are probably three operas that was written in: Krpan's mare (1992), Medeja (1999) Love Capital (2010); and others as Four Slovene Folk Songs (1979 and 2005), Concerto for violin and orchestra (1998) and ballet The Baptism at the Savica (1989). But he is most recognized by his contribution in Slovenian popular music.His internationally best-known piece of work is the unofficially called "Planica Slow Motion Theme" (1997), instrumental piece of music played in slow motion replays annualy worldwide broadcasting of FIS Ski Jumping/Flying World Cup events from Planica, Slovenia. Especially because of this melody Golob became famous worldwide. Each year since 1997 this piece of music is played in Planica slow motion replays live to millions of people worldwide. Other hit songs are Prisluhni školjki/A Song In a Seashell (1985), Moja dežela/My Country (1986) and Pustite nam ta svet/Leave Us This World (1987), popular especially in Slovenia. In 1971 he also arranged music for song Sejem želja/Scarborough Fair with Slovenian lyrics of this original English folk ballad. He is the arranger of most common used orchestrated version of Slovenian national anthem "Zdravljica", used in protocol, sports and other big events. In 1973 he acted in a film called Ljubezen na odoru (Love on the Furrows).Golob is one of very few people who has ability of absolute pitch. That is why when he was younger they used him to write music in notes just by listening and memorizing it.