Zelenka reception in the nineteenth century: Some new sources
Source TitleClavibus unitis
PublisherAssociation for Central European Cultural Studies
University of Melbourne Author/sKiernan, Frederic
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsKIERNAN, F. (2015). Zelenka reception in the nineteenth century: Some new sources. Clavibus unitis, 4, pp.91-96
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Open Access URLhttp://www.acecs.cz/media/cu_2015_04.pdf
This article presents evidence of new sources relating to the transmission and reception of the music of Bohemian composer Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679-1745) in the nineteenth century, which are located in Poland, Russia, Boston and elsewhere. The author speculates about the role of Italian theologian and composer Fortunato Santini (1778-1861) in promulgating Zelenka’s music, and shows that this music was more widely disseminated than previously thought.
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