Label: Supraphon - 1 19 1803 G • Series: Čs. Hifi-klub • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Czechoslovakia • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Field Recording, Special Effects
Access options available:. By Jernej Weiss. ISBN For centuries Czechs produced more musicians than the land could accommodate, which meant that many sought employment abroad. Vienna was geographically the easiest and thus most favoured destination: as a whole the German-speaking world drew in the most Czech musicians, although many also found themselves working in Russia, Paris, London, and several Italian cities.
There are several reasons for this. For the period covered, i. So no passports were needed nor were there any Disco Ironic - Various - McMusic Hits 99 constraints in moving from one to the other. Furthermore the education system was much the same, with qualifications from the Czech lands valid in Slovenia. Linguistically there were also advantages.
German was the lingua franca of both areas, and Slovene, although not immediately comprehensible to Czechs, was nevertheless a related Slavonic language with a shared grammatical structure and much vocabulary in common so that it would not have been difficult for a Czech musician to pick up a working knowledge of Slovene in a short space of time.
Czech periodicals such as Dalibor printed regular and usually upbeat accounts of Czech musicians working in Slovenia and so encouraged even more to try their hand there. Help was needed and Czechs flooded in and became the chief foreign musicians working in the area while the earlier German and Italian influences waned. It was only after the First World War that the inflow of Czech musicians subsided and Slovenian music Good Golly Miss Molly - Various - 100 Rock n Roll Hits gradually began to be run by Slovenians, many of whom, however, had studied at the Prague Conservatory p.
Jernej Weiss has devoted much of his research to this topic, including a doctoral dissertation and two books on individual musicians from the Czech lands who spent most of their working lives in Slovenia. The present study, which brings together all of this and a huge amount of cognate research, could easily have become just a mini-dictionary but instead takes a broader and more interesting view in an Project MUSE promotes the Exotičtí Ptáci - No Artist - Zvukové Efekty Ve Stereofonii 3 and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration Exotičtí Ptáci - No Artist - Zvukové Efekty Ve Stereofonii 3 libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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