Liturgická specifika a řazení obsahu českých kancionálů 15. a 16. století
DISTINCTIVE LITURGICAL TRAITS AND ORGANIZATION OF THE CONTENT OF CZECH CANTIONALS FROM THE FIFTEENTH AND SIXTEENTH CENTURIES
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The task of this study is to present a supplementary consideration of selected liturgical and confessional traits of cantionals coming mainly from the first half of the sixteenth century. An important starting point for these reflections is the Kolin Cantional, whose unique position as a link between the Hussite period and later cantionals of the sixteenth century allows us to gain deeper insight into the principles of internal organization and liturgy peculiar to Czech Reformation cantionals – principles we should keep in mind in association with the concept of a cantional. The opening summarizes issues explored by earlier researches in relation to these sources. Then the author devotes herself in greater detail both to shared traits in the organization of the cantionals examined and, subsequently, to respects in which they differ according to the influence of the confessions to which they belong.
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