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2010 | 47 | 2-3 | 117-130
Article title

Zlomky českých renesančních skladeb

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Title variants
EN
FRAGMENTS OF CZECH RENAISSANCE COMPOSITIONS
Languages of publication
CS
Abstracts
EN
This study presents to the professional public a previously-unknown source for the history of Czech Renaissance music, deposited in the Ondřej Horník collection in the Music History Division of the Czech Museum of Music (of the National Museum) in Prague under the designation NM-ČMH XXIX D 139. In 2009 this set of twenty folios was restored and then divided into five unrelated parts, namely: (a) a fragment of a part book from Rakovník, (b) a torso of polyphonic motets with the Psalm texts Chval duše má Hospodina (Praise the Lord, My Soul) and Blahoslavený každý, kdo se bojí Hospodina (Blessed Are Those Who Fear the Lord), (c) the alto part from a motet Slunéčko krásné vzešlo jest (The Beautiful Sun Has Risen), (d) a torso of the alto part from a Christmas motet, and (e) a draft of a request with the textual incipit ‘Benedictus’. The fragments come approximately from the years 1580–1620 and are of Czech origin.
Year
Volume
47
Issue
2-3
Pages
117-130
Physical description
Contributors
  • Národní muzeum - České muzeum hudby, Karmelitská 2/4, 118 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
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Publication order reference
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