Ceciliánske reformné hnutie v chrámovej hudbe
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CECILIAN REFORM MOVEMENT IN CHURCH MUSIC
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The article deals with not very often studied period of development of church music, the movement of reformation, called cecilianism. Issues that initiated the beginning of this movement in 19th century, introduced new knowledge about the essence of liturgy, the continuity between liturgy and church music, out of which were drawn various program proclamations, affections and impulses that can be found in the present liturgy of 21st century after The Second Vatican Council. In particular, such diverse drives were first evident in the personal shapes of the representatives of cecilianism, therefore this article deals mainly with the representatives and the principles of this movement and tries to focus on what could help to improve church music of that period. It is a pity that nowadays the movement of cecilianism is not very well comprehended just because of a lack of knowledge of its primary and final causes and intended consequences for the liturgy.
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