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Musical Institutions and the Circulation of Music and Musicians in Bohemia and Moravia, 1600-1900
The State of the Sources and the Current Literature
Olomouc, Czech Republic, November 1997

(For introductory letter, see bottom of this document.)



Czech Music Council

Department of Musicology of the Philosophical Faculty of the Palacký University in Olomouc

Institute for Musicology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic

Conference:

Musical Institutions and the Circulation of Music and Musicians in Bohemia and Moravia, 1600-1900 - the State of the Sources and the Current Literature

Organized in terms of the international scientific programme of the European Science Foundation, Musical Life in Europe, 1600-1900, Circulation, Institutions, Representation

Languages: English, German, Czech

Olomouc, Museum of Art (Muzeum umení)
Denisova 47

November 21-23, 1997

Provisional Programme:

Friday, November 21, 10-13

Vladimír Rehan, Dean of the Philosophical Faculty of Palacký University in Olomouc

Opening of the Conference

Ivan Polednák, Praha/Olomouc - Jan Vicar, Olomouc/Praha
Proposal for new research: Musical Life in Europe, 1600-1900 - the Czech Lands

Christoph-Helmuth Mahling, Mainz - Christian Meyer, Strasbourg
Musical Life in Europe, 1600-1900, Circulation, Institutions, Representation. Proposal for a new scientific programme in the Humanities of the European Science Foundation

Chairman: Ivan Polednák

Jirí Fukac, Brno
Zur Problematik der Migration und Musik-Bewegungen und Trassen und Möglichkeiten der tschechischen Musikforschung

Helmut Loos, Chemnitz
Kulturregionen in der Mitte Europas

Theophil Antonicek, Wien
To be announced

Jirí Sehnal, Brno
Musikalische Kontakte der bischöflichen Musikkapelle in Kremsier in der 2. Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts

Friday, November 21, 14-17

Chairman: Jirí Sehnal

Stanislav Tesar, Brno/Olomouc
Das tschechische Reformationslied. Die Problematik seiner Migration und massmedialen Dimension

Petr Koukal, Opava/Telc
Die Migration der Orgelspieler und die Frage der Orgelbauer Gebiete

Lenka Pachlová, Olomouc
The copyists of sacred manuscript music in Moravia, 1750-1800

Marta Hulková, Bratislava
The circulation of music and musicians in Evangelical churches in the 17th century in Slovakia

Jan Hrodek, Olomouc
The origins of the Prague Conservatory

Jana Lengová, Bratislava
Music in aesthetic compendia in the first half of the 19th century in Slovakia

Martin Vorísek, Olomouc
Nationalism and chauvinism in reflections on the work of Richard Wagner in Czech music criticism before 1885

Saturday, November 22, 9-12

Chairman: Stanislav Tesar

Michaela Freemanová, Praha/London
The German Province of the Hospitallers of St John of God as a musical institution and centre for the circulation of music and musicians in the Czech lands and central Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries

Václav Bartusek, Benesov
The necessity of constructing a biography of the Piarist Order in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia; the possibilities of using it for the history of music

Stanislav Bohadlo, Vyskov/Hradec Králové
Biographical itinerary as the key to the circulation of music: Italian literature in the collection of Countess Marcolini-Nimptsch

Barbara Mátlová, Praha - Jirí Mikulás, Praha
Arias by Italian composers from the 1st half of the 18th century in the musical collection of the Cistercian monastery in Osek near Duchcov

Katerina Maýrová, Praha
Composition for double choirs in Bohemia at the turn of the 16th and 17th centuries: the state of the manuscripts and printed sources and the problems of the transmission of double-choir singing

Robert Hugo, Praha
The Carissimi oratorios in the Kromeríz Archiv and their transmission from Italy to Moravia

Saturday, November 22, 14-17

Chairman: Jan Vicar

Jitrenka Pesková, Praha - Zdenka Pilková, Praha
The dissemination of Gluck's works in the Czech lands in the 18th and 19th centuries

Janice B. Stockigt, Melbourne
Musical influences upon Jan Dismas Zelenka before he left Prague, and before study with Fux

Bozena Felgrová, Olomouc
Arrangements of Mozart's works for chamber brass and wind ensembles in the Czech lands in the 18th and 19th centuries

Jitka Bajgarová, Brno
A typology of concert events and their organizers in Brno, 1860-1900

Eva Slavícková, Olomouc
Military bands in the second half of the 19th century in Moravia, especially in Olomouc

Nikola Hirnerová, Olomouc
The Olomouc "Musikverein" and its influence on Olomouc musical culture in the 19th century

Sunday, November 23, 9-12

Chairman: Jirí Fukac

G. Robert Rawson, London
Gottfried Finger of Olomouc and his musical journey to Europe and to England

Jarmila Gabrielová, Praha
Musik und Musiker zwischen Prag und Kopenhagen im 18.-19. Jahrhundert

Alena Jakubcová, Praha
Aus Prag bis zu der nördlichen Reichsgrenzen. Wege der Prinzipale und ihrer Repertoirestücke in der 2. Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts

Robert Schmitt Scheubel, Berlin
Jan Ladislav Dusík und Zirkulation der Musik um 1800

Rudolf Pecman, Brno
F. X. Richter und seine Kompositions-Schule (Traktat)

Miroslav Malura, Ostrava
Czech Baroque music in Tyrol

Sunday, November 23, 14-16

General discussion about the state of the sources and the current literature

Chairman: Geoffrey Chew

Bozena Felgrová, Olomouc
The state of Czech literature (masters' theses) on the problems of the circulation of music in the Czech lands in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries

Eva Slavícková, Olomouc
The state of foreign-language literature on the problems of the circulation of music in the Czech lands in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries

Jan Vicar, Olomouc/Praha
Bibliographical databases on MuSe CD-ROM

Further participants:

Jitka Balatková, Olomouc
Geoffrey Chew, London
Miroslav K. Cerný, Praha
Zdenek Fridrich, Olomouc
Widmar Hader, Regensburg
Antonín Schindler, Olomouc

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Introductory letter from Prof. Jan Vicar of Olomouc University:

Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci
Katedra muzikologie
Krízkovského 10
771 80 Olomouc
Ceská republika
tel/fax:(+420)(68)5633283, fax:(+420)(68)5229162
e-mail: E.Slavickova@risc.upol.cz
Olomouc - Praha, October 17, 1997

Dear Madam or Sir:

I would like to inform you, in the schedule above, about the current state of the preparations for the conference Musical Institutions and the Circulation of Music and Musicians in Bohemia and Moravia, 1600-1900 - the State of the Sources and the Current Literature (Olomouc, November 21-23, 1997). If you plan to participate with a presentation and your name and topic is not indicated in the following provisional programme, please be so kind as to let us know immediately. I'd like to remind you that the main topic of the conference is the circulation of foreign music, musicians, and theories and conceptions of music, in (and through) Bohemia and Moravia, and NOT for example the "Czech musical emigration".

Sincerely

Doc. PhDr. Jan Vicar, CSc.

Head of the Department of Musicology

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