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Song part of a convolut CZ-Ps, DA III 17
Hrábek, Šimon ; Baťa, Jan (advisor) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
This bachelor thesis named "Song part of a convolut CZ-Ps, DA III 17" discuss a manuscript signed as DA III 17 and stored in library of Královská kanonie premonstrátů on Strahov. This manuscript has been for a long time almost ignored by musicological literature. The main point of this thesis is a codicological description of the manuscript, which is often refered incorrectly as missal ("Missale Pragense") and also introduction of its repertoire. The repertoire consists of hymns and also contain a number of religious unliturgical songs - in Latin (refered as cantio) and in Czech. Another significant point of this thesis is presentation of the song Jesus Christus nostra salus. The song is used for demonstration of general aspects of the development of the cantio genre. Jesus Christus nostra salus occurs in DA III 17 as a very special and unique variant. This circumstances lead to the last point - setting the DA III 17 variant of the song to the context of its genesis.
Music in the Literary Works of Selected Czech Humanists of 16th Century
Pacala, Frederik ; Baťa, Jan (advisor) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
This thesis deals with the musical allusions in the literary works of Czech humanists of 16th century. The author presents the current applications of these sources in Czech musical historiography. Further attention is focused on the representatives of the humanist culture in the Czech lands, the possibilities of their connection with the musical culture and on the effort to point out their mutual ties and contacts. The second part of the thesis is focused on two specific personalities - Georgius Handschius and Jakub Srnovec - whose works illustrate the possibilities of deepening the use of this type of sources in musical-historiographical research. Keywords Georgius Handschius, Jakub Srnovec, Poetic Works, Music, musica, Humanism, 16th Century, Czech lands
Motet compositions by Carl Luython in the music print Selectissimarum sacrarum cantionum... fasciculus primus (1603).
Bilwachs, Jan ; Baťa, Jan (advisor) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
This master thesis deals with the vocal compositions of rudolfine composer and organist Carl Luython. In his collection Selectissimarum sacrarum cantionum ... fasciculus primus, published in 1603 by the Prague printer Georg Nigrin, there are 29 sacred motets. Despite the partial knowledge about Luython's motets in the existing musicological literature is provided, a new revised view with regard to new findings concerning the genre of the motet is required. The master thesis is divided into four chapters. The first chapter is devoted to the preserved copies of Sacrae cantiones and provides their description and the historical outline of the sources and their probable use. In the second chapter, the problems related to the function of the motet in the second half of the sixteenth century are discussed. The third chapter deals with the collection itself. Criteria for selecting the repertoire, its inner structure and content are considered, which are subsequently analyzed in more detail. The fourth chapter is composed of four case studies concerning the current problems of research. The first case is a motet O domus luminosa, the paraphrase of the Augustine text. In the second case, Luyton's relationship with the Corpus Christi brotherhood is pointed out by the motet Pange lingua. In the latter case the...
Missa Resurrectionis Domini in the Polyphonic Gradual of the Literati Brotherhood at St. Michael's Church in the New Town of Prague.
Krátká, Natálie ; Baťa, Jan (advisor) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
The object of the thesis is the style analysis of the anonymous five-voice mass ordinary, which forms a part of the Officium Resurrectionis Domini written in 1578 into the only surviving set of partbooks from the church of St. Michael in the Prague, New Town (CZ-Pu, XI B 1a-d; E-Ps, DA II 3). The ordinary, based on several canti firmi (plainchant, sacred songs), consists of three parts - Kyrie, Gloria and Credo. Thorough analysis of the composition answers the question of the relationship between this composition and paschal ordinary written in 1594 in a manuscript CZ- Hkm Hr-22 and Hr-23. A version from Hradec Králové contains a number of motives consistent with the Prague version. The text of the thesis is accompanied with the transcription of both ordinaries. Keywords polyphonic mass ordinary, literati brotherhoods; Church of St. Michael (Prague, New Town), Church of Holy Spirit (Hradec Králové), musical sources, musical analysis
Neumed Missal XIV D 12. Inventorying of the Source and a Probe into the Alleluia Verses
Vergosová, Eva ; Eben, David (advisor) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is a neumed missal XIV D 12. Although it is an exeptionally valuable source for the study of Mass repertoire both in Europe and in the Czech lands, it has been given an inadequate reflection in scientific literature so far. The partial results of scientific research have indicated diverse periods and places of the manuscript origin. One of the thesis objectives is to contribute to the date and provenance determination of the source, particularly based on an elaboration and analysis of its musical and liturgical content. The analysis of selected repertoire parts makes equally important statement of the missal. It allows a precise definition of European traditions, which the manuscript is based on and a specification of the traditions developed in Czech sources. Keywords: plainchant, Middle Ages, musical manuscripts, missal, Mass, Mass Proper, Vyšehrad Chapter, alleluia
Office of St. Scholastica in Notated Manuscripts of the St. George Monastery in Prague
Sojková, Barbora ; Eben, David (advisor) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
This master thesis follows up the offce of St. Scholastica in medieval manuscripts of the female benedictine monastery of St. George at the Prague Castle. We can fnd two offces of the saint - older offce Quadam vero die and younger offce Regnum celi - in notated and unnotated manuscripts of the second half of the 12th century - frst half of the 15th century. The main goal of this work is to place these offces in the context of liturgy of the feast in european liturgical manuscripts, then classify the date and provenance of the chants. The frst chapter of this work deals with general chants for the Feast of St. Scholastica in European sources. As a starting point for research, I used the web text databases Latin sacred chant Cantus - Database for Latin Ecclesiastical Chant - and LMLO - Latin Medieval Liturgical Offces. Because of the absence of comparative material for the older offce Quadam vero die especially, I had to study a huge number of other liturgical sources, that are also commented in this chapter. The following chapters follow up the plainchant repertoire for the feast of St. Scholastica in the St. George's sources. The second chapter provides a general overview of the St. George's manuscripts, as well as an image of reverence to the saint in the liturgical calendars used at the St....
Hymn and its Tradition in Late Medieval Bohemia
Mráčková, Veronika ; Hlávková, Lenka (advisor) ; Vlhová-Wörner, Hana (referee) ; Gancarczyk, Pawel Tomasz (referee)
The Abstract The Hymn and its Tradition in Late Medieval Bohemia Veronika Mráčková, Charles University, Prague The present thesis concerns the monophonic and polyphonic office hymns preserved in late medieval Bohemian sources. The author is mainly focused on the repertoire of the hymns written in Strahov Codex from around 1467. This manuscript of uncertain provenance contains an enormous collection of three- and four- voice polyphonic hymns which show plenty of the local characteristics. These domestic traits may be identified not only through texts devoted to indigenous Saints, but also through the melodies which form the cantus firmus in the upper voice of the hymns. The identification of these monophonic tunes in other plainchant sources could help us to determine the origin of Strahov Codex. Additionally, it is clear that this mensural manuscript contains not only music of a high artistic standard, but also a number of less polished compositions, and that it is thus an important witness to the existence of a wide range of daily musical activities in late medieval Bohemia. A crucial part of this dissertation is a critical edition of the monophonic hymn tunes preserved in Roudnice Psalter, as well as an edition of the selected polyphonic hymns written in Strahov Codex.
The Relationship of Music and Word in the 15th Century Songs
Jakoubková, Petra ; Hlávková, Lenka (advisor) ; Baťa, Jan (referee)
The polyphonic songs from the 15th-century Czech manuscript Codex Speciálník were studied allready in 1980s and 1990s by Dagmar Vanišová and Jitka Petrusová. In the context of actual research, the former interpretation of songs with Latin sacred texts (understood as cantiones) needs a revision. In my study, I am discussing problems concerning the relationship of music and words within individual compositions and in the context of the period musical culture.

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