Centuries of Croatian music

by Lovro Županović

Publisher: Music Information Center, Zagrab Concert Management in Zagreb

Written in English
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  • Music -- Croatia -- History and criticism.

Edition Notes

StatementLovro Županović ; translated by Vladimir Ivir.
SeriesStudies in Croatian musical culture -- 3
LC ClassificationsML261.C76 Z8813
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL19529261M

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The Dalmation coast was often under the influence and power of Italy and the City Republic of Venice. The music is rich and followed the traditions of European music for about years.

It's also Catholic and has developed a wealth of sacred music in all its centuries. There are even Croatian operas. Learn all of this and more from Josip cturer: Institute of Musicology.

Centuries of Croatian music. Zagreb: Music Information Center, Zagrab Concert Management, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. History of music in Croatia Medieval.

The oldest preserved relics of musical culture in Croatia are sacral in nature and represented by Latin medieval liturgical chant manuscripts (approximately one hundred musical codices and fragments dating from the 11th to the 15th centuries have been preserved to date).

They reveal a wealth of various influences and liturgical traditions that. Croatian Classical Music, 10thth centuries Darko Zubrinic, Zagreb () An age is known by its music Croatian proverb (see) The first known Croatian neum manuscripts for church music date from the 10th century.

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The first book printed in Croatian is the Missale Romanum Glagolitice (Croatian: Misal po zakonu rimskoga dvora).Dating fromit was notable as being the first non-Latin printed missal anywhere in Europe. It is also the first printed book of the South Slavic idiom. New poetical forms from elsewhere in Europe were absorbed during the 15th and 16th centuries.

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This boundary has remained virtually unchanged for 1, years: the European, Catholic West and the Orthodox East meet /5(2). The Croatian Language The Croatian language, hrvatski, is the official language of Croatia and has close ties to the languages spoken in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro.

One could, in fact, argue that the above are so similar they might be considered the same language otherwise referred to as Serbo-Croatian. Croatian bappipe is called "Diple", it is very early sort of bagpipe, droneless and has two reeds in the chanter.

Croatia Croatian Song Culture. A few enterprising sailors from Croatia arrived in America in the sixteenth century. Croatian missionaries lived and worked in the country in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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Croatians settled in many parts of the United States. Donors of the Croatian Music Hall (Hrvatski glazbeni zavod, Gunduliceva 6, Zagreb),inscribed in the golden book; a part of exhibition at HGZ See more Croatian coat of arms is traced from to centuries (earliear coats of arms are known to exist since century).

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It is a bifolio from a chant book with old French and Provençal three-part chansons. Liturgical musical codices with their varied repertories, types of script and notations clearly testify to church divisions on Croatian soil at that time.

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The collection Sacrae cantiones (Venice ) by Ivan Lukačić from Šibenik is valuable testimony of sacral music that was performed in Split, and is generally speaking, one of the most significant monuments of old Croatian music altogether.

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