Number of found documents: 46
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At the beginning was politics: Some glosses about so called "gubernial" collector´s action
Toncrová, Marta
2016 - English
Keywords: Collection of folk songs; 1819; Bohemia; Moravia; Silesia; Folk songs; folk song collecting Available at various institutes of the ASCR
At the beginning was politics: Some glosses about so called "gubernial" collector´s action

Toncrová, Marta
Etnologický ústav, 2016

To Fit in the Line. Otakar Ostrčil as a Vehicle for Nejedlý’s Vision of the History of Czech Music
Kratochvílová, Markéta
2016 - English
The relation of Otakar Ostrčil and Zdeněk Nejedlý presents a striking case of a biographer using his subject as a vehicle for his own ideas and for presentation of a particular historiographical conception of the history of modern Czech music. Keywords: Otakar Ostrčil; Zdeněk Nejedlý; Czech music history Available at various institutes of the ASCR
To Fit in the Line. Otakar Ostrčil as a Vehicle for Nejedlý’s Vision of the History of Czech Music

The relation of Otakar Ostrčil and Zdeněk Nejedlý presents a striking case of a biographer using his subject as a vehicle for his own ideas and for presentation of a particular historiographical ...

Kratochvílová, Markéta
Etnologický ústav, 2016

The Innovation of Tradition: Male folk choirs in the Slovácko region and their beginnings
Uhlíková, Lucie
2016 - English
Keywords: Field research; ethnocultural traditions; ethnology; transformation of tradition; male voice folk choirs; the Slovácko region Available at various institutes of the ASCR
The Innovation of Tradition: Male folk choirs in the Slovácko region and their beginnings

Uhlíková, Lucie
Etnologický ústav, 2016

Losses and Gains: Mozart’s Sacred Works in Bohemian Monastic and parish Music Collections in his Time and in the 19th Century
Freemanová, Michaela
2016 - English
The article deals with Mozart’s sacred music in the Bohemian monastic and parish music collections in the composer’s lifetime and in the 19th century Keywords: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; sacred music; monastic and parish music collections Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Losses and Gains: Mozart’s Sacred Works in Bohemian Monastic and parish Music Collections in his Time and in the 19th Century

The article deals with Mozart’s sacred music in the Bohemian monastic and parish music collections in the composer’s lifetime and in the 19th century

Freemanová, Michaela
Etnologický ústav, 2016

The hidden and lost Treasury: the 18th Century opera Arias in the Collections ofd ther brothers Hospitallers
Freemanová, Michaela
2013 - English
In the collections of Brothers Hospitallers, surviving in Bohemian and Moravian museums, there are numerous opera arias, most of them with underlaid Latin sacred texts, replacing the original Italian words. The article researches their origins. Keywords: opera; Italy; Brothers Hospitallers Available at various institutes of the ASCR
The hidden and lost Treasury: the 18th Century opera Arias in the Collections ofd ther brothers Hospitallers

In the collections of Brothers Hospitallers, surviving in Bohemian and Moravian museums, there are numerous opera arias, most of them with underlaid Latin sacred texts, replacing the original Italian ...

Freemanová, Michaela
Etnologický ústav, 2013

Dance, Gender and Meanings. Contemporizing Traditional Dance. Proceedings of the 26th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Ethnochoreology 2010. Třešť, Czech Republic
Dunin, E. I.; Stavělová, Daniela; Gremlicová, D.; Vejvoda, Zdeněk
2012 - English
Keywords: dance; gender; tradition and the present time Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Dance, Gender and Meanings. Contemporizing Traditional Dance. Proceedings of the 26th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Ethnochoreology 2010. Třešť, Czech Republic

Dunin, E. I.; Stavělová, Daniela; Gremlicová, D.; Vejvoda, Zdeněk
Etnologický ústav, 2012

Ethnomusicology and National Identity
Kratochvíl, Matěj
2012 - English
Keywords: history of ethnomusicology; nationalism; folk music; etnomuzikologie; hudba Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Ethnomusicology and National Identity

Kratochvíl, Matěj
Etnologický ústav, 2012

Traditional dancing on the stage: seeking authenticity
Stavělová, Daniela
2012 - English
The study focuses on the thinking and perception about traditional dancing when put on the stage in the Czech Republic. The paper views the cultural backround, as well as the political and social contexts which create specific conditions for existence of traditional dance culture on the stage. There is a discourse of cultural heritage preservation, political uses of folklore and the recreational aim of the folk movement. Keywords: staging traditional dance; preservation; autenticity Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Traditional dancing on the stage: seeking authenticity

The study focuses on the thinking and perception about traditional dancing when put on the stage in the Czech Republic. The paper views the cultural backround, as well as the political and social ...

Stavělová, Daniela
Etnologický ústav, 2012

Musician and audience: stage production and reception of Czech traditional music
Vejvoda, Zdeněk
2012 - English
Folk music in Bohemia started to find use as a social and political phenomenon as early as the 19th century, a time known as the Czech National Revival. Whereas Czech folk songs were collected by the thousand, in line with the romanticizing ideas of nationalism then sweeping across Europe, dance music performed in people's everyday lives remained long outside collectors' attention. The development of music folklore performed on stage was largely influenced by two exhibitions held in Prague – the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891 and the Czech-Slavonic Ethnographic Exhibition in 1895. Adaptations and stage presentations were becoming increasingly important research issues. A new impulse came from the inter-war avant-garde, whereas in the mid-20th century, the Czechoslovak Radio adopted a crucial role in the process. All that had a significant effect on the life and work of amateur “folklore” ensembles. Keywords: traditional music; folklorism; stage productions; Czech Republic Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Musician and audience: stage production and reception of Czech traditional music

Folk music in Bohemia started to find use as a social and political phenomenon as early as the 19th century, a time known as the Czech National Revival. Whereas Czech folk songs were collected by the ...

Vejvoda, Zdeněk
Etnologický ústav, 2012

Oratorios performed in the Jesuite Colleges in the Bohemian Lands
Freemanová, Michaela
2010 - English
In the 18th century, the Jesuits performed in their residences in the Bohemian Lands oratorios. Many of them were anonymous, some were written by important period composers, mainly of Italian origin Keywords: Jesuits; oratorios; music history; hudba; historie Available at various institutes of the ASCR
Oratorios performed in the Jesuite Colleges in the Bohemian Lands

In the 18th century, the Jesuits performed in their residences in the Bohemian Lands oratorios. Many of them were anonymous, some were written by important period composers, mainly of Italian origin

Freemanová, Michaela
Etnologický ústav, 2010

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