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2011 | 2 (28) | 2 | 173 - 206
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ČESKÁ NOTÁCIA NA SLOVENSKU V OBDOBÍ STREDOVEKU

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Czech notation in Slovakia in the medieval period
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SK
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An important fact has been highlighted in the recent times by the complex source study of the medieval musical codices and fragments from the territorial area of Slovakia: written culture in the late 14th century and throughout the 15th century in the Slovak area was strongly under the influence of the learned culture of Bohemia. We have registered the direct impact of the Czech scribal tradition on the evolution of notation practice in Slovakian written sources, particularly within the time period 1370 – 1520. The codices, and some tens of fragments, which give documentary evidence of Czech notation in our geographical space were taken as a research topic, together with systematisation, analysis and evaluation of all currently known and processed musical sources from the Slovak area. The aim of research was to systematise knowledge of source materials, as well as establishing the fundamental structural features of Czech notation in Slovakia.
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