(Last updated 3/19/00)
The following bibliography is a work in progress. If you have additional entries
you would like to submit for inclusion, please send them to Brian Locke
<email@example.com> with a full bibliographic citation when
available. Works in progress are also welcome.
Note: (*) indicates entries recently added.
Charles E. "Solo Compositions for Violin and Viola da Gamba with
Basso Continuo from the Collection of Prince-Bishop Carl
Liechtenstein-Castelcorn in Kroměříž," ed. Charles E. Brewer, Recent
Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era 82 (Madison, WI: A-R Editions,
Inc., 1997 [ISBN 0-89579-386-5])
Daniel E. The Opera Theater of Count Franz Anton von Sporck in
Prague. Studies in Czech Music, no. 2. Stuyvesant, NY: Pendragon Press, 1992.
Christoph-Hellmut et al., eds. Schloss Engers Colloquia zur
vol. 2: Zur Kammermusik und ihrer Geschichte (Mainz: Villa Musica, 1999).
Available from Villa Musica, Auf der Bastei 3, 55131 Mainz.
Includes the following essays:
Murray, Sterling E. "'Grande Partitas with
Passages and Minuets': Antonio Rosetti and Harmoniemusik
in the Oettingen-Wallerstein Hofkapelle" (pp. 31-72; with most impressive illustrations, musical examples,
and works' list)
Schuler, Manfred, "Zur Harmoniemusik am Furstlich Furstenbergischen Hof zu
Freeman, Daniel E., "The Wind Music of Josef Myslivecek" (pp. 83-99)
Ecker, Heinz, "Die Harmoniemusik von Franz Krommer (1759-1831)" (pp. 139-155)
Jan. Life and works of Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745).
Monographs in Music - forthcoming)
Clark. Anthony Philip Heinrich, The Sylviad: or, Minstrelsy of Nature
in the Wilds of North America, op. 3 (reprint of Boston, 1823, 1825-26), reprint,
with introduction by J. Bunker Clark, 1996. Conners Publications, 503 Tahoe Street,
Natchitoches, LA 71457-5718 USA 318-357-0924. $70.95 (postage included). Further information
at firstname.lastname@example.org, homepage at hostnet.pair.com/conners.
The Sylviad was originally published
to impress the Royal Academy of Music, to which it was
dedicated, before Heinrich traveled to London to advance his career. The 34 works (for piano,
solo voice, or vocal ensemble) are sometimes amusing, sometimes simple, sometimes f iendishly
difficult, especially the two toccatas for piano. Not only is this Bohemian-born composer
America's first genius of art music, in the pages of The Sylviad are found many avant-garde
elements of the Romantic century: virtuosity, extreme chromaticism, complex experimental
harmonies, unconvential formal structures, expression of personal feelings and experiences,
and intense nationalism.
Not only was Heinrich (1781-1861) an ardent musical Americanist, but has also
reflecting his Bohemian heritage. This is the most extraordinary Opus 3 in the history of music,
as was his Dawning of Music in Kentucky (Philadelphia, 1920) the most extraordinary Opus 1.
Jan. Dvořák: Cello Concerto. Cambridge Music
Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Wingfield, Paul, ed. Collection of Janáček Studies that includes articles by
Geoffrey Chew and Robert Vilain (re: The House of the Dead) and Thomas Ades
(piano music) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming)
Ackerman, James A. Edition of Josef Mysliveček's (1737-1781) oratorio Abramo
ed Isacco based on the Munich performance of 1777.
Daniel E. Il Boemo, Josef Mysliveček (forthcoming). The
biography of the Czech composer (and close friend of the Mozart family).
Daniel E. "Antonio Vivaldi and the Sporck Theater in Prague," Janáček
and Music: Proceedings of the International Conference (St. Louis, 1988), edited
by Michael Beckerman and Glen Bauer, 117-40. Studies in Czech Music, no. 1.
Stuyvesant, N.Y.: Pendragon Press, 1995.
Daniel E. "The Foundation of Italian Operatic Traditions in
Il melodramma italiano in Italian e in Germania nell-eta` barocca: Atti del V
Convegno internazionale sulla musica italiana nel secolo XVII, edited by Alberto
Colzani, etal., 115-25. Como: A.M.I.S., 1995.
Daniel E. "Orlando furioso in the Bohemian Lands: Was
Music Really Used?" Informazioni e studi vivaldiana 14 (1993), 51-73.
Daniel E. "A Vivaldi Document Rediscovered," Hudební věda 26
Daniel E. "An 18th-Century Singer's Commission of 'Baggage'
Early Music 20 (1992), 427-33.
Daniel E. "Newly Found Roots of the Don Juan Tradition in Opera:
Antonio Denzio and Antonio Caldara's La pravita` castigata," Studi musicali 21
Entwistle, Erik, Derek Katz, Diane Paige and Michael Beckerman.
Chamber Music." Schirmer's 19th Century Chamber Music volume.
Beckerman, Michael. "Where Folk Roots Still Survive, " The New
(February 15, 1998) Folk music of Transylvania and festival "Csardas" at the
Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Jiří. "Kdo je autorem Zápisníku zmizelého?" Opus Musicum
93-6. See note 1.
Derek. Janáček a tradice (trans. Jarmila Gabrielová). Hudební věda
XXXV:4 (1998), 360-76.
Jan. "Jak jsem přispěl k odhalení?" Opus Musicum 29 (1997),
See note 1.
John K. "Barthes's Narrative Codes as a Technique for the Analysis of
Programmatic Music: An Analysis of Janáček's The Fiddler's Child." Indiana
Theory Review (Fall 1997)
John K. "What's Folk About Janáček?: The Transformation of Folk
Music Concepts in Janáček's Mature Style as Evidenced in His Orchestral
Works." International Journal of Musicology (1998)
Judith. "Martinů's Strangler: Where the Greeks Meet the
Memorial volume of essays dedicated to Michael Henderson. Editor - Michael
Judith. "Popular Melodrama in the Czech Lands: From the Paris
Boulevard du Crime to Prague's Stavovské divadlo." Czech Music (Journal of
the Dvořák Society - London) (forthcoming)
Daniel E. "Josef Mysliveček and Mozart's Piano Sonatas
K. 309 (284b) and 311 (284c)," Mozart-Jahrbuch 1995 (Kassel: Bärenreiter,
Derek. "Smetana's Second String Quartet: Voice of Madness or
Triumph of Spirit." Musical Quarterly 81/4 (Winter 1998)
Christopher P. Storck. "Die Symbiose von Kunst und Nationalbewegung.
Mythos vom Nationalkomponisten Bedrich Smetana." Bohemia.
Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Kultur der böhmischen Länder. Vol. 35/2
This article also appears on Mr. Storck's website
(http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/soeg/autoren/storck/). The section
titled Publikationen of the German version provides the original full
text (without footnotes); the English version includes an abstract under
Ralph (Eastman School of Music). "Musicology and/as Social Concern:
Imagining the Relevant Musicologist" in Rethinking Music, ed. Nicholas Cook
and Mark Everist (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), 499-530.
The volume's Editors describe this essay (in their Introduction) as "an
extraordinarily wide-ranging and thoughtful account." Among the issues
discussed are the ways in which categories of "nation" have influenced
music-historical writing (for better or worse).
Diane and Michael Beckerman. "Does It Pay to Study Music?"
Mina. The Piano Music of Leoš Janáček (Mina Miller, Piano).
Ambassador (1997) : ARC 1020. This recording is available at record shops or
may be ordered directly from Ambassador at P.O. Box 31112, Seattle, WA
Marilyn. "Music of the Czech Baroque: A Survey
Midwest Chapter of the American Musicological Association,
University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota, April 19, 1997.
Judith. "Greek Myths and Native Americans: Martinů and the Avant
Garde." Addresses the compositional history and music of Martinů's dance
drama The Strangler. Martinů Festival, Guildhall School of Music and Drama
(London) (January 1998)
Judith. Redefining Melodrama: The Czech Response to Music and
Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri (May 1999)
Bruno. Music in the Czech Lands (University of Illinois -
Focus on history of art music and studies of folk music with particular attention to
Czech-German and, to some extent, Czech-German-Jewish interaction, music and
ethnicity, the representation of music in Czech literature, and various representations of
Beckerman, Michael. Folk Sources in Janáček, Bartók and Stravinsky.
quarter, 1998. University of California, Santa Barbara.
Michael. Martinů. Papers submitted during this course included
"On the Aesthetics of Martinů's The Epic of Gilgamesh, "Form in Martinů's
Symphony No. 4," Thunderbolt P-47, "How Many Pieces Did Martinů Write?,"
The Plays of Mary and "Transitions in Martinů's Madrigals." The course also
included visits by Aleš Březina, Director of the Martinů Foundation in Prague,
Jirka Kratochvíl, who has just completed a doctoral dissertation on Martinů's
choral music, and Charles Rosen, who knew Martinů at Princeton and played a
concert in honor of Martinů's arrival at that university. University of California,
Beckerman, Michael. Melodrama. Included melodramas of Benda
as well as the use of melodrama in other genres. Winter quarter, 1998.
University of California, Santa Barbara.
collegium - The Musical Life in Prague in the Early 20th Century
organized by the Martinů Foundation in cooperation with the Prague Spring
Festival. The May 1998 sessions will focus on music and religion. Publication of
the papers from the first collegium (May 1996) are forthcoming (Paul Lang
Verlag, Bern) in English, German and French.
hudební slovník. 2 vols. Prague: Statní hudební
v českých dějinách: od středověku do nové doby, edited by Jaromír
2nd ed. Prague: Editio Supraphon, 1983.
Jan. Australian reception of Dvořák as well
as latter part of the life of
singer Gabriela Roubalová (Madame Boema), an Italian-trained Prague-born
soprano, who arrived in Australia in 1879. She was featured in the premiere of
Dvořák's The Spectre's Bride, performed in Melbourne in 1886. Ms. Roubalová
knew both Dvořák and Smetana, as she had previously sung with the Czech
National Opera. (In Prague, she had been a student of Pivoda, whose songs she
included in recitals.) Her colorful, independent personal life led her to Melbourne
where she enjoyed a successful career. Ms. Roubalová died in 1922.
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