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Cultural and Artistic Transfers  in Theatre and Music
Michaela Mojžišová ed.

Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theatre and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives

Art Research Centre of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Theatre and Film Research, VEDA Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences
Published: 14. 9. 2021
Content:
Editorial Note, strany: 7-11  Full text
Details:
268 pages
Language: English
About edition:
Publishers: Art Research Centre of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Theatre and Film Research, VEDA Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences
Edition: 1.
Edition place: Bratislava
Edition year: 2021
ISBN 978-80-224-1911-6 (print)
Book type: edited book
Public license:
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Public License (CC BY-NC 4.0)
How to cite:
ISO 690:
Mojžišová, M. ed.: Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theatre and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives. 1 vyd. Bratislava : Art Research Centre of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Theatre and Film Research, VEDA Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. 2021. pp. 268. ISBN 978-80-224-1911-6.

APA:
Mojžišová, M ed. (2021). Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theatre and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives. Bratislava : Art Research Centre of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Theatre and Film Research, VEDA Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. ISBN 978-80-224-1911-6.
Chapter details:
In: Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theatre and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives
Jiří Kopecký

Czech Opera Competitions and Their Effect on the Czech (and Slovak) National Theatre

Opera competitions determined opera production in the Czech lands from 1860s to 1890s. In a very complex way, these competitions influenced wide social debate on the suitable repertory for the National theatre, on the appropriate shape of representative opera (features of Wagnerian music drama and grand opera were discussed above all), and behind the surface of open debate affected notion of the independence of composer and the autonomy of music as an art which significantly constituted a confident position of the Czech nation in the frame of Habsburg monarchy. Only a few operas participated on the opera competitions, but many others originated in the contest atmosphere and observed announced conditions and thus the authors could freely manipulated with suggested artistic solutions. In regular, the awarded works became officially acclaimed operas unfortunately without a stable position in the repertory. On the contrary, the other operas formed continuously everyday repertory.
Details:
Pages: 139 - 156
Language: anglický
Edition year: 2021
Keywords:
opera competitions, National Theatre, Czechoslovak opera, Smetana, Dvořák, Fibich

How to cite:

ISO 690:
Kopecký, J.: 2021. Czech Opera Competitions and Their Effect on the Czech (and Slovak) National Theatre . In: Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theatre and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives. 1. vyd. Bratislava : Art Research Centre of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Theatre and Film Research, VEDA Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, pp.139-156. ISBN 978-80-224-1911-6.

APA:
Kopecký, J. (2021). Czech Opera Competitions and Their Effect on the Czech (and Slovak) National Theatre . Cultural and Artistic Transfers in Theatre and Music: Past, Present, and Perspectives. Bratislava : Art Research Centre of the Slovak Academy of Sciences Institute of Theatre and Film Research, VEDA Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, 139-156. ISBN 978-80-224-1911-6.