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2006 | 43 | 1 | 39-58
Article title

Ukrajinští studenti na pražské konzervatoři v období první Československé republiky 1918–1938

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UKRAINIAN STUDENTS AT PRAGUE CONSERVATOIRE DURING THE FIRST CZECHOSLOVAKIAN REPUBLIC 1918–1938
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After 1918, the newly created Czechoslovakian Republic offered a helping hand to many thousands of Ukrainians who had fled their native country, which had been occupied by the Soviet Union. The young Ukrainian intelligentsia studied at Czech secondary schools and universities, in Prague at the Mikhail Drahomanov Pedagogical Institute (1923–1933), and in Řevnice, near Prague, at a Ukrainian Secondary School. Several dozens of Ukrainian students studied, supported by the Czechoslovakian state, at Prague Conservatoire. Special attention is paid here to the students of composition (including Mykola Kolessa, Hryhory Dyachenko, Zenovy Lysko, Nestor Nyjankivsky and Roman Simovych).
Contributors
  • Hudební věda, redakce, Etnologický ústav AV ČR, v.v.i., Puškinovo nám. 9, 160 00 Praha 6, Czech Republic
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