2 edition of Seventeenth-century music from Kromeříz, Czechoslovakia found in the catalog.
Seventeenth-century music from Kromeříz, Czechoslovakia
Craig A. Otto
|Statement||compiled by Craig A. Otto.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
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Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music. Volume 21 () No. Published Bohemian Baroque: Czech Musical Culture and Style, – Active in the seventeenth century.
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In the first few decades after the war, musical life in Bohemia and Moravia reflected the social, religious and, to some extent, linguistic tensions that characterised the renewed constitutions [Verneuerte Landesordnung] of and We have very little idea of the true nature of secular peasant music in seventeenth-century Bohemia or Moravia, but we do have many examples from the non.
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History of Czech Music. Throughout its history, Czech music can be considered to have been very beneficial in both the European and worldwide context. This review focuses primarily on moments when Czech music co-determined – or even determined – a newly arriving era in musical art.