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Czech Musicological Society Annual Meeting
Prague, December 2002


Annual Meeting of the Czech Musicological Society 2002

6th - 7th December, 2002

Recent Findings on Music in Bohemia
From Early Times to the Battle of the White Mountain (1621)

Charles University Prague, Ovocny trh 3/5 (2nd floor)


Programme


Friday 6th December 2002

Registration                    1.30 p.m. - 2.00 p.m.

Short Welcome Address           2.00 p.m. - 2.15 p.m.

Middle Ages                     2.15 p.m. - 3.45 p.m.
chaired by: David Eben

Jan Frei (National Museum Prague): Some New Findings on Musical Life in
the Hussite Era

Vlastislav Matousek (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): O quantum
solicitor

Lukas Matousek (Prague): Bohemica in Medieval Organology

Jaromir Cerny (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): A fontibus

Hana Vlhova-Woerner (Berlin - Prague): Contrafacta and Imitation in
Czech Choral Production

Break                           3.45 p.m. - 4.00 p.m.


Renaissance - 15th Century      4.00 p.m. - 5.45 p.m.
chaired by: Jaromir Cerny

Miroslaw Perz (IM UW Warszawa): Old and New Questions about Czech - Polish
Music Relations up to the End of the 16th Century

Pawel Gancarczyk (IS PAN Warszawa): The Codex "Strahov" as a Witness of
the Central European Cultural Community

Lenka Mrackova (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): The Polyphonic
Ordinarium Missae "sociorum" in the Codex Specialnik: A Contribution to
the Reception of Compositional Technique in Bohemia at the End of the 15th
Century

Marie Salvetova (Paris - Prague): The Missa "Petite camusette" in the
Codex Specialnik and its European Context

Martin Horyna (University of Southern Bohemia Ceske Budejovice): Polyphony
in Bohemia during the 15th and 16th Centuries and its Interpreters

Break                           5.45 p.m. - 6.00 p.m.


Miscellaneous Papers            6.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m.
chaired by: Jarmila Gabrielova

Jarmila Gabrielova (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): The Present
State of Work on the New Dvorak Edition

Vaclav Kapsa (Czech Academy of Science Prague): Stilus germano-bohemicus -
Old and New in the Sacred Music of Prague Composers cca 1700

Vaclav Drabek (Prague): Jiri Antonin Benda and Joseph Haydn

Jana Fojtikova (National Museum Prague): Research into the Oldest Sources
of Beethoven's Works in Bohemia

Dinner (restaurant; from 7.30 p.m.)


Saturday 7th December 2002

Full Assembly of the Czech Musicological Society        9.00 a.m. - 10.00 a.m.

Renaissance - 16th Century I            10.00 a.m. - 11.45 a.m.
chaired by: Zuzana Petraskova

Marta Hulkova (Dept. of Mus. Comenius University Bratislava): Musical
Prints from the 16th Century Bardejov Music Collection and their
Connection with Czech Scholars

Andrea Mecanova (Dept. of Mus. Comenius University Bratislava): 16th
Century Polyphonic Collections from Kosice

Katerina Mayrova (National Museum Prague): The Repertoire of the Rokycany
Prints and Manuscripts from 1550 to 1630

Petr Danek (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): But... What Does Our
Matthew Write ? (II.)

Karla Hanzlova (Prague): The Origin of the Musical Print in Bohemia and
Moravia

Lunch (restaurant; 11.45 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.)


Renaissance - 16th Century II           1.00 p.m. - 2.15 p.m.
chaired by: to be announced

Jiri Zurek (Czech Academy of Science Prague): LIMUP - Database of the
Utraquist Liturgical Manuscripts

Jan Bata (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): The Kutna Hora Codex

Frantisek Smid (Charles University Prague): Polyphonic Song in the
Sedlcany Hymn-Book and its Employment in the Catholic Liturgy

Vit Namestek (Charles University Prague): Penitential Compositions in the
Sedlcany Hymn-Book

Jana Bajerova (National Library Prague): Francesco Sale - Sacrarum
cantionum

Josef Sebesta (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): The Role of the
Madrigal in the Hierarchy of the Musical Genres at the Prague Court of
Rudolph II.

Break                                   2.15 p.m. - 2.30 p.m.


Renaissance - 16th Century III          2.30 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.
chaired by: Petr Danek

Michaela Rossi (Pistoia - Prague): Musicians from Friuli Venezia - Giulia
in Renaissance Bohemia

Pavel Muzik (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): English Music for
the Lute in Bohemian Lute Tablatures

Roman Dykast (Academy of Music Prague): Johannes Kepler's Neoplatonic
Reason for the Impressive Power of Thirds and Sixths

Tomasz Jez (IM UW Warszawa): Works of Jacob Handl-Gallus (1550-1591) in
Manuscript Sources from Silesia

Petr Bajer (Dept. of Mus. Charles University Prague): Parodic Works of
Jacob Handl-Gallus - Officium super "Levavi oculos meos"


General discussion              5.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m.


Dinner (restaurant; from 6.30 p.m.)