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Traženje zajedničkoga kulturnog identiteta na početku 20. Stoljeća: Josef Vajs I pokret za obnovu glagoljaškoga pjevanja u hrvatskoj I češkoj

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    0427411 - UEF-S 2015 RIV HR scr J - Článek v odborném periodiku
    Slavický, Tomáš
    Traženje zajedničkoga kulturnog identiteta na početku 20. Stoljeća: Josef Vajs I pokret za obnovu glagoljaškoga pjevanja u hrvatskoj I češkoj.
    [In search of common cultural identity at the beginning of the 20th century: Josef Vajs and the movement for the restoration of Glagolitic singing in Croatia and Bohemia.]
    Arti musices. Roč. 44, č. 2 (2013), s. 257-270. ISSN 0587-5455
    Institucionální podpora: RVO:68378076
    Klíčová slova: Josef Vajs * Glagolitic singing * Glagolitic liturgy
    Kód oboru RIV: AL - Umění, architektura, kulturní dědictví

    Djelo je Josefa Vajsa (1865 – 1959) kao slavista, prije svega izdavača hrvatskih glagoljskih spomenika, danas već općepoznato. Cilj je ovoga rada podrobnije predstaviti nekoliko poglavlja iz njegova profesionalnoga životnog puta, koja su izravno povezana s glazbenom historijom. Njihovom zajedničkom temom jest tradicija, njezino upoznavanje i restitucija. S obzirom na to da je objekt interesa Josefa Vajsa činila ćirilometodska tradicija, njegov život i djelo postaje zanimljivo poglavlje iz povijesti hrvatsko-češke suradnje tijekom potrage za zajedničkim kulturnim identitetom

    One of the constitutive parts of the common cultural identity of the Slavs - especially in the Austrian-Hungarian Empire in the late 19th and early 20th century - was the Cyrillo- Methodian tradition, cultivating the awareness of the thousand-year old Slavonic literature. Therefore, research on the continuity between the mission in Moravia (863-885) and the Glagolitic literature and liturgy that survived in Croatian Dalmatia, had an important cultural-historical context. The work of the Czech Slavist and priest Josef Vajs (1865-1959), and his close co-operation with the Croatian Slavists (V. Jagić) and Church elite (J. Strossmayer, A. Mahnić) was an important contribution to the restitution of the Croatian- Glagolitic liturgy and singing in the early 20th century. The interdisciplinary engagement of Josef Vajs covered successively the area of Slavistics, Paleographies, Codicology, Philology, Linguistic and Biblical studies. This paper is based on the summary of these parts of the biography of J. Vajs's, with relation to the music history: The circumstances of the foundation of the Academia Palaeoslavica veglensis, the engagement of A. Mahnić and J. Vajs on the restitution of the Slavonic Liturgy in Croatia; and finally, the role of J. Vajs in the restitution of the Glagolitic liturgy in the Czech Lands (1920), and his influence on the culture of the tradition of the Czech Glagolitic masses of the 20th century (J. B. Foerster, L. Janáček, J. Hanuš and others)
    Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0232934