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Musicologica Slovaca


Volume 7, 2016, No. 2

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1 Štúdie:

 
  Po stopách Budínskeho/Bratislavského antifonára III
Eva Veselovská

Middle Ages, antiphonary, Bratislava, notation

The Buda or so-called Bratislava Antiphonary III(Archive of the City of Bratislava) is one of the most important sources of music culture in medieval Hungary. It is one of the representative manuscripts of the principal ecclesiastical centre of the country, Estergom. The manuscript was produced in the last third of the 15th century under the powerful Renaissance influence of the scriptorium in Buda, or directly in the Buda scriptorium itself. It is the only manuscript source which documents the influence of the art of the Buda Royal Court in Bratislava. By a detailed comparison and exact accordance of codicological and musico-palaeographic components, several lost folios of the Buda/Bratislava Antiphonary III were identified in the recent past. Seven pages of this manuscript are currently held by the St. Adalbert Society in Trnava and one torn folio is lodged in the Archive of the Slovak National Museum; 38 fragments from the second part of this manuscript may be found in the Austrian National Library in Vienna.

Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 122-248.

 
  Klavírna kultúra v Bratislave v rokoch 1770 – 1830 (II)
Eva Szórádová

Bratislava/Pressburg, piano culture, Franz Paul Rigler, Anleitung zum Klavier, music class in the Normal School in Bratislava, teaching of piano playing

This paper addresses the issues of music education in Bratislava (Pressburg, Prešporok), with reference to piano playing, in the final quarter of the 18thcentury. The period studied is more narrowly limited to the years 1777 – 1796, when the Normal School in Bratislava had among its staff the musician, pianist, singer,composer, theoretician and teacher Franz Paul Rigler (1747 or 1748 – 1796), an individual of all-round capability, with a reputation going beyond his local sphere. Analysing the personal, cultural, institutional and creative contexts of his life, the paper seeks answers to questions regarding Rigler’s origin, education and personal connections, and clarifies the contribution he made to shaping the profile of musical culture. The research results presented are derived from processing part of the extensive source material in the Departamentum scholarum nationalium fund deposited in the Hungarian State Archive(Magyar Országos Levéltár) in Budapest. The primary aim of this study is to clarify the issues of piano education in Bratislava in the given period, its cultural, social, institutional and creative background, and the circumstances of how the music class in the Normal School functioned.

Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 165-221.

 
  Rekonštrukcia piesňového repertoáru Evy Studeničovej zo zápisov Karola Plicku
Miriam Timková

collector, bearers of song tradition, woman, types of repertoire, performance features

During field research in the Záhorie region the collector Karol Plicka (1894 – 1987) was impressed by the singer Eva Studeničová from the village of Moravský Svätý Ján. Although he published only a small fragment of the songs (43 records), the song collection Eva Studeničová Sings(1928)is the first song monograph in Slovakia on an important bearer of the song tradition. Reconstruction of the complete song repertoire which the collector recorded from this singer relied on both manuscript and published records. The result was a repertoire amounting to 209 songs gathered from this singer. Apart from that, 88 song records which Plicka recorded from other singers in the village have been identified. Together with the songs from Eva Studeničová’s repertoire, this makes a corpus totalling 297 songs, which Plicka documented in this locality.

Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 249-283.

 
 

Materiály:

 
  Nositelia piesňovej tradície a folklorizmus: spevácka skupina žien zo Starej Pazovy
Kristína Lomen

The group of women singers from the Stara Pazova locality (Vojvodina, Serbia) has an important position in terms of disseminating and preserving Slovak folk songs in a Slovak enclave. Currently there is one folklore group in Stara Pazova, whose main aim is the preservation of the original form of song material. The author profiles this group of singers in her paper: its origin, development, current state and song repertoire. She points to specific features of the Slovak folk song in the locality, which the women preserve in their singing. The song repertoire and the mode of performance are illustrated with selected song extracts.

Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 284-304.

 
 

Profily:

 
  K životnému jubileu Hany Urbancovej
Jana Belišová


Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 305-317.

 
 

Recenzie:

 
  Edita Bugalová: Hudobná Trnava a Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský
Jana Lengová


Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 318-321.

 
  Soňa Burlasová: Kapitoly o slovenskej ľudovej piesni
Kristína Lomen


Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 321-324.

 
 

Správy:

 
  Tradycje śląskiej kultury muzycznej / Traditions of Silesian Musical Culture. Vroclav, 2. – 4. marca 2016, medzinárodná muzikologická konferencia
Janka Petőczová


Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 325-329.

 
  21 st Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Historical Sources of Traditional Music. Paríž, 9. – 13. marca 2016
Hana Urbancová


Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 330-332.

 
  Max Reger – ein nationaler oder ein universaler Komponist? Zum 100. Todestag des Komponisten. Internationale Musikwissenschaftliche Konferenz. Lipsko, 11. – 14. mája 2016
Jana Lengová


Musicologica Slovaca . Volume 7, 2016, No. 2: 333-335.