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Janacek and Czech music

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In the first week of May 1988, more than seventy scholars and musicians from five countries gathered at Washington University in St. Louis to participate in the first conference and festival ever to take place in the United States on the Moravian composer Leos Jancek. This volume, arranged in seven parts, is a collection of thirty-five of the papers presented at the conference. It is the first large collection of essays in English concerning Jancek's music, and the only collection of proceedings from a Jancek symposium to be published in the last twenty-five years... most of its essays deal with Jancek's music, while some with other Czech music, mostly from before the time of Bedrich Smetana. This breadth of scope is not a weakness of either the conference or the volume, since it places Jancek in historical perspective, and since the articles that deal with the earlier music are among the best in the volume and are deserving of a forum. John K. Novak, Notes June 1996

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Hardback
ISBN-10:
094519336X
ISBN-13:
9780945193364
Publisher:
Pendragon Press

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In the first week of May 1988, more than seventy scholars and musicians from five countries gathered at Washington University in St. Louis to participate in the first conference and festival ever to take place in the United States on the Moravian composer Leos Jancek. This volume, arranged in seven parts, is a collection of thirty-five of the papers presented at the conference. It is the first large collection of essays in English concerning Jancek's music, and the only collection of proceedings from a Jancek symposium to be published in the last twenty-five years... most of its essays deal with Jancek's music, while some with other Czech music, mostly from before the time of Bedrich Smetana. This breadth of scope is not a weakness of either the conference or the volume, since it places Jancek in historical perspective, and since the articles that deal with the earlier music are among the best in the volume and are deserving of a forum. John K. Novak, Notes June 1996

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
094519336X
ISBN-13:
9780945193364
Publisher:
Pendragon Press

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