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Institute: Institute of Musicology

Notated Sources from Medieval Hungary: Transregional Research and Online Database Building.
Notované pramene stredovekého Uhorska: transregionálny výskum a tvorba online databáz
Program: Inter-academic agreement
Project leader: PhDr. Veselovská Eva PhD.
Annotation:A coordinated international survey of medieval music manuscripts (late medieval and early modern) that were influenced by several cultural traditions is the main theme of the project. The basic objective of the project is international research on identity of medieval notated codices and fragments from Slovakia and Hungary. Many manuscripts were influenced by different cultural traditions. The research is to analyse, process and compare the manuscripts that represent a specific cultural influences and elements and the mixing of different scribal and notational workshops, music content and liturgical traditions. Ordered by distinguished personalities of cultural life (religious and secular donors and rich religious institutions, cities), they were written in the late Middle Ages.
Duration: 1.1.2016 - 31.12.2017

The Network of the Musical Theatre Companies in the Multilingual East-Central Europe
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Program: International Visegrad Found (IVF)
Project leader: Mgr. Laslavíková Jana PhD.
Annotation:The project focuses on the most important decades of cultural nation-building. The discourse on this subject – due to national sensitivities – is usually closed into itself, and therefore it encounters difficulties in addressing the regional or a wider scholarly community. The methodological coordination of the research on the period 1870–1920 carried out currently by the institutes participating in the project and the establishing of a common scholarly database is a unique initiative within the practice of historical musicology in our region. The co-operation to be carried out in this project will lead to the creation of an important common knowledge base concerning the regional music and theatre history and it will also transmit easily accessible factual information to the wider circles of cultural consumers. During the project, five decades of music theatrical repertoire from the turn of 19th and 20th centuries will become available for the first time both to the academic community and the wider audience through a common surface (database) and further publication (brochure, volume, website).
Duration: 22.9.2017 - 15.8.2018

The total number of projects: 2