Janaaecek's Works: A Catalogue of the Music and Writings of Leoes Janaaecek

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JANÁČEK'S
WORKS
A CATALOGUE OF THE
MUSIC AND WRITINGS OF
LEOš JANÁČEK

NIGEL SIMEONE
JOHN TYRRELL ALENA NĚMCOVÁ
Catalogue of writings by Theodora Straková

CLARENDON PRESS · OXFORD
1997

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface viii
  • Introduction x
  • Abbreviations xxiii
  • Illustrations xxvii
  • JanáČek's Works xxxii
  • I - Stage 1
  • II - Liturgical 61
  • III - Choral-Orchestral 75
  • IV - Choral 97
  • V - Vocal 151
  • VI - Orchestral 179
  • VII - Chamber 213
  • VIII - Keyboard 239
  • IX - Unfinished 279
  • X - Lost 295
  • XI - Planned 323
  • XII - Arrangements and Transcriptions 331
  • XIII - Folk-Music Editions 339
  • XIV - Spurious 343
  • XV - Writings 355
  • Glossary of Moravian Dances 447
  • Time-Line of JanáČek's Compositions 456
  • Bibliography 467
  • Index of Compositions 483
  • General Index 497
  • Index of Writings 511
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