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2005 | 42 | 3-4 | 331-366
Article title

Österreichische staatliche Künstlerstipendien 1892–1898

Content
Title variants
EN
AUSTRIAN STATE ARTISTS' GRANTS BETWEEN 1892-1898
Languages of publication
DE
Abstracts
EN
One of many ways in which the Austrian monarchy supported the arts, was a system of Arts Grants. They were awarded for poetry, the arts and music composition. The article publishes documents relating to the Arts Grants, awarded between 1892-1898, surviving in the State Archives in Vinna (Osterreichisches Staatsarchiv Wien / Allgemeines Verwaltungsarchiv). The members of the music composition evaluation commission were in those years Eduard Hanslick, Johannes Brahms and Karl Goldmark. The documents published here show clearly, how, in the years of escalating nationalistic tensions in the monarchy, the balance between the individual lands under the Habsburg crown was strictly observed, also in relation to the languages spoken there. The published documents give information about the applications of the composers Josef Suk, Vitezslav Novak, Karel Weis, Ludvik Kuba and other composers from Bohemia, and also other artists from other nations. Also included are short biographies of the applicants, providing that information relating to them was available.
Year
Volume
42
Issue
3-4
Pages
331-366
Physical description
Document type
ARTICLE
Contributors
  • Vlasta Reittererova, Hudebni veda, redakce, Etnologicky ustav AV CR, v.v.i., Puskinovo nam. 9, 160 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
CEJSH db identifier
11CZAAAA09557
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.8127e6a3-2df8-346b-9e54-00790e216360
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