Studia Musicologica

An international journal of musicology.

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Vol. 59, No. 3/4, December

Preservation and Creation Plainchant Notation of the Pauline Order in 14th–18th-Century Hungary 1
During the long struggle to establish the Order of St Paul the First Hermit and build up its own religious way of life in the thirteenth century,2 Paulines decided to adopt the central liturgy of Hungary - the Esztergom rite3 - and its Gregorian melodic...
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In Favour with Queen and Nation: Giulia Grisi, the "Fugitive Norma" in London 1
Reverend John Edmund Cox remembered the soprano Giulia Grisi's (1811-1869) first appearance in London as Ninetta in Rossini's La gazza ladra this way:The following Tuesday, April 8th, 1834, was, however, to compensate for every disappointment, and to...
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"He Has Lifted the Iron Curtain": Reflections on Ján Cikker's Literaturopern and Their Reception 1
After 1918 one of the issues in the context of the formation of Slovak high culture in the newly established Czechoslovakia was the foundation of a national school in music composition. The assignment was part of the official concept of identity and...
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