BASSANI – BRENTNER – VILLICUS: HUDEBNÍ REPERTOÁR DVOU RUKOPISNÝCH SBORNÍKŮ Z PIARISTICKÉHO KLÁŠTERA V PODOLÍNCI
Bassani – Brentner – Villicus: the musical repertoire of the two manuscript collections from the Piarist monastery in Podolínec
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The article is concerned with the two manuscripts containing anonymous solo motets and sacred arias preserved in the musical collection of the Piarist monastery in Podolínec under the shelf-marks H-669 and H-1001. In both instances only some part-books are extant and the composers were identiﬁed only exceptionally. On the basis of his preceding research and new comparison, the present author makes the attribution of works more precise: the ﬁrst collection is compiled mainly from works by J. J. I. Brentner and includes, among other things, a transcription of the printed collection Hymnodia divina op. 3 (Prag 1718/19). Tree style layers are included in the second collection and represented by solo motets of Italian origin (G. B. Bassani, F. A. Bonporti, Anonym), a transcription of a collection of arias by B. Villicus, and an aria (with new Latin text) by N. Piccini, provide material for reﬂection on the possible directions of further research into style evolution in the solo motet in central Europe in the ﬁrst third of the 18th century.
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