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2018 | 55 | 1 | 41-55
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New Sources for Janáček's Essay Brezovská píseň and His Notation of Long-Drawn-Out Folksong

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Nové prameny k Janáčkově eseji Brezovská píseň a k jeho zápisu táhlých lidových melodií
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This text deals with Leoš Janáček’s essay Brezovská píseň (Folksong in Brezová, 1899), which was not published during the author’s lifetime. In it, he described his visit to Březová. The notations of folk songs made on this occasion as an organic component of Janáček’s text were previously regarded as lost, and only a selection from them was later arranged and included in his treatise O hudební stránce národních písní moravských (On Musical Aspects of Moravian Folk Songs, 1901). It is now possible to supplement the original essay Brezovská píseň with all of the musical examples, for which originals and copies of long-drawn-out songs and dance songs are available. The newly discovered sources allow a comparison of the descriptive and prescriptive treatment of long-drawn-out songs, to which the composer attracted attention as the first observer with expert training, thereby arousing the interest of future generations of scholars to the given topic.
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Studie Jarmily Procházkové je věnována literárnímu textu hudebního skladatele Leoše Janáčka. Autorka touto prací zabývá i v rámci připravovaného druhého dílu kritického vydání Janáčkova folkloristického odkazu a na tomto příkladě prezentuje způsob Janáčkovy práce.
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55
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1
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41-55
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  • Hudební věda, redakce, Etnologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., Puškinovo nám. 9, 160 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic
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