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2017 | 54 | 4 | 377-440
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Hudba u řeholních kanovníků sv. Augustina na Moravě v 17. a 18. století

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Music of the Augustinian Canons in Moravia in the 17th an 18th Centuries
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CS
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he study is devoted to the music at the monastery of Augustinian Canons in Šternberk (founded in 1371, closed in 1784) at the time of its greatest flourishing in the eighteenth century. The Latin annals of the Šternberk canonry are the main source for its history. This study presents information primarily about monophonic and polyphonic liturgical music and its specifications (plainchant was sung mainly by the canons – about 20 – while “figural music”, i.e. more elaborate musical settings including instruments, was performed by lay musicians who were also responsible for music on secular occasion such as visits and celebrations and during Carnival) and about the instrument collection and the period repertoire (the only preserved source with musical notation is a gradual dated to the years 1752–1755). Attention is also devoted to some musical events outside of the monastery and to military music during the war with Prussia.
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Studie Jiřího Sehnala je věnována augustiniánskému klášteru ve Šternberku na Moravě v 17. a 18. století. Autor se zde věnuje hudebnímu provozu zdejšího kůru, provozovanému repertoáru a dochovaným zmínkám o konkrétních událostech až do zrušení kláštera při reformách císaře Josefa II. v roce 1784. Druhá část studie je pokračováním textu z Hudební vědy, roč. 52, č. 3-4 (2015), s. 245-272.T
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54
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4
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377-440
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ARTICLE
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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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