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  1. Jan Dismas Zelenka: A Bohemian Musician at the Court of Dresden (Oxford Monographs on Music) by Janice B. Stockigt, 2001-02-15
  2. Violonist: Jan Dismas Zelenka, Johann Michael Nicolai, Rupert Ignaz Mayr, Johann Samuel Endler, Annabel Lee, Giovanni Battista Vitali (German Edition)
  3. Jan Dismas Zelenka: Seine geistlichen italienischen Oratorien (German Edition) by Susanne Oschmann, 1986
  4. Sonata VI [6] in C Minor for Two Oboes, Bassoon and Basso Continuo, ZWV 181,6 (Hortus Musicus 276) by Jan Dismas; New Edition Revised After the Source By Wolfgang Horn Zelenka, 1995
  5. Jan Dismas Zelenka: I Penitenti al Sepolchro del Redentore.(Sound recording review): An article from: Czech Music by Jindrich Balek, 2010-01-01
  6. Jan Dismas Zelenka.: An article from: Czech Music by Ondrej Jaluvka, 2006-01-01
  7. Jan Dismas Zelenka: Missa votiva e moll ZWV 18 (1739).(Sound recording review): An article from: Czech Music by Jana Slimackova, 2008-10-01
  8. Jan Dismas Zelenka.(Sound recording review): An article from: Czech Music by Michaela Freemanova, 2008-07-01
  9. Compositeur Tchèque: Antonín Dvorák, Viktor Ullmann, Petr Eben, Jirí Válek, Jan Dismas Zelenka, Leos Janácek, Bohuslav Martinu, Zdenek Fibich (French Edition)
  10. Jan Dismas Zelenka: (16th October 1679-22nd-23rd December 1745).(profiles): An article from: Czech Music by Jaroslav Smolka, 2005-04-01
  11. Ausgewählte Werke der Instrumentalmusik von J. C. Schmidt ... J. D. Zelenka ... und J. G. Naumann für Klavier bearbeitet, etc (Schmid) by Jan Dismas Zelenka, 1904
  12. Sonata V [5] in F Major for Two Oboes, Bassoon and Basso Continuo, ZWV 181,5 (Hortus Musicus 275) by Jan Dismas; New Edition Revised After the Sources By Wolfgang Horn Zelenka, 1992-01-01
  13. Concerto in sol a 8 concertanti. (A cura di Camillo Schoenbaum.) Partitura by Jan Dismas Zelenka, 1960
  14. Magnificat D-dur. Soli SA, coro SATB, 2 oboi, fagotto, 2 violini, 2 viole, violoncello/contrabasso, organo. Mit einem Vorwort von Thomas Kohlhase, herausgegeben von Wolfgang Horn. Partitur by Jan Dismas Zelenka, 1980

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4. Zelenka, Jan Dismas: Biography
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Jan Dismas Zelenka 1679-1745
Little is known of Zelenka's life before 1704. He may have been educated by the Jesuits in Prague. In 1710 he joined the band of Dresden's Hofkapelle as a player of the double-bass. In 1717 Zelenka obtained leave of absence to study with Fux in Vienna (during which time he also taught counterpoint to Quantz ). That same year Zelenka accompanied the Elector to Italy where he studied with Lotti . Zelenka's works include Masses oratorios motets Psalms , and other church music. Zelenka is mentioned in a letter (1775) from Carl Philipp Emanuel to Forkel as one whose works his father had regarded highly in his later years.
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5. Jan Dismas Zelenka - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Zelenka, Jan Dismas Alternative names Zelenka, Johann Dismas Short description Czech Baroque composer Date of birth 16 October 1679 Place of birth Louňovice pod Blan kem, Bohemia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Jan Dismas Zelenka (16 October 1679 – 23 December 1745), also known as Johann Dismas Zelenka , was a Czech Baroque composer
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Jan Dismas Zelenka, memorial plaque in Louňovice pod Blaníkem Zelenka was born in Louňovice pod Blaníkem , a small market town southeast of Prague in what was then Bohemia . His father was a schoolmaster and organist there; nothing more is known with certainty about Zelenka's early years. He probably received musical training in the center of Prague at a Jesuit college named the Clementinum Zelenka played the violone , the largest and lowest member of the viol family, analogous to the double bass in the violin family of stringed instruments. It is known that Zelenka served Baron Hartig, the imperial governor resident in Prague, before becoming a violone player in the royal orchestra at Dresden about 1710. He studied in Vienna with the Hapsburg imperial Kapellmeister Johann Jacob Fux from 1715 - according to his own account he spent 18 months in Vienna - and was back in Dresden by 1719. Except for a visit in 1723 to Prague to take part in the performance of Fux's opera

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Jan Dismas Zelenka
Jan Dismas Zelenka (October 16, 1679 - December 23, 1745) was a Bohemian composer, primarily associated with the court at Dresden. His early education was in Prague, and his first employment was as a double bass player. As a composer, Zelenka was a late bloomer. He did not begin composing major works until his late thirties. In 1716 and 1717 he traveled first to Vienna to study with J.J. Fux, and then to Italy to study with Antonio Lotti . Upon his return his duties expanded, and in 1729 he succeeded Johann David Heinichen as director of church music. In 1733 he received the title of court composer.

8. Zelenka, Jan Dismas - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Bohemian composer. He wrote lightweight orchestral works, trio sonatas, and solemn religious works, including Magnificats in D (1725) and C (1727).
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Zelenka, Jan Dismas
Period: Baroque
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1745 in Dresden, Germany
Nation of Origin: Bohemia
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Other Information: Jan Dismas Zelenka was a bass player and composer in the Dresden Court orchestra. He was born in Bohemia in 1679 and died in Dresden in 1745. Among the distinctions that this composer has gained after his death, Forkel, in his biography of J.S. Bach, states that Bach admired Zelenka's music. The two were acquainted from visits by Bach to the Dresden Court. G.P. Telemann was another admirer of Zelenka's music. Zelenka's employer, Augustus the Strong, apparently did not share the views of these two composers. He appointed Hasse to the role of Court Kapellmeister over Zelenka. Zelenka was educated by the Jesuits at Clementium near Prague. He dedicated some religious cantatas to his alma mater. Most of Zelenka's religious works were kept in manuscript and were lost during the latter days of World War II. Zelenka was also educated in Italy by Lotti and in Germany under J.J. Fux. Apparently he was a good pupil to judge from the caliber of his works. Zelenka is famous for his secular works; his Capriccios and his Trio Sonatas for two Oboes, Bassoon, and basso continuo. These works have been recorded by many notable modern day Oboists, including Heinz Holliger. I first came into awareness of Zelenka through Holliger's interview in the early 1980s where he called Zelenka's works "Experimental Baroque". What intrigued me most was Holliger's admission that he would compose music the same way as Zelenka.

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Zelenka, Jan
Zelenka, Jan Dismas
Period: Baroque
Born:
Died:
1745 in Dresden, Germany
Nation of Origin: Bohemia
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Major Works:

Capriccios
Trio Sonatas for two oboes, bassoon, and basso continuo
Other Information: Jan Dismas Zelenka was a bass player and composer in the Dresden Court orchestra. He was born in Bohemia in 1679 and died in Dresden in 1745. Among the distinctions that this composer has gained after his death, Forkel, in his biography of J.S. Bach, states that Bach admired Zelenka's music. The two were acquainted from visits by Bach to the Dresden Court. G.P. Telemann was another admirer of Zelenka's music. Zelenka's employer, Augustus the Strong, apparently did not share the views of these two composers. He appointed Hasse to the role of Court Kapellmeister over Zelenka. Zelenka was educated by the Jesuits at Clementium near Prague. He dedicated some religious cantatas to his alma mater. Most of Zelenka's religious works were kept in manuscript and were lost during the latter days of World War II. Zelenka was also educated in Italy by Lotti and in Germany under J.J. Fux. Apparently he was a good pupil to judge from the caliber of his works. Zelenka is famous for his secular works; his Capriccios and his Trio Sonatas for two Oboes, Bassoon, and basso continuo. These works have been recorded by many notable modern day Oboists, including Heinz Holliger. I first came into awareness of Zelenka through Holliger's interview in the early 1980s where he called Zelenka's works "Experimental Baroque". What intrigued me most was Holliger's admission that he would compose music the same way as Zelenka.

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Jan Dismas Zelenka, baroque composer:
born Lounovice 1679, died Dresden 1745.

"Evidently the volatile, utopian, experimental quality of the music - its insoluble mystery - still makes a great many performers (whether using period or modern instruments) feel insecure and frightens them off." Heinz Holliger
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If you are at all interested in baroque music, but haven't yet explored the music of Jan Dismas Zelenka , this site is for you. Most musicologists dealing with music of this period agree that the compositions of this long-forgotten musical giant approach or equal those of his contemporaries Bach Hndel Vivaldi and Telemann in their advanced use of counterpoint, their extreme demands on the players and singers, their ingenuity and resourcefulness, and their overall beauty. To those with pre-conceived ideas of how 18th century music should sound, much of Zelenka's music will seem timeless and unrestricted. Yet he was greatly inspired by the Italian masters of the 1500s and 1600s such as Palestrina and Frescobaldi . As a result of his strong individuality within the baroque tradition, Zelenka's music holds many surprises.

16. Jan Dismas Zelenka: A Biographical Note
Jan Dismas Zelenka Biography covers his Dresden Court employment and compositions.
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BAROQUE COMPOSERS AND MUSICIANS Jan Dismas ZELENKA The Dresden court attracted many foreign musicians under Heinrich Schtz, who developed a chapel of international repute during his long term of office as court Capellmeister from 1617 to 1672. In the early 1700s, composers, impresarios, famous singers, and instrumental virtuosos came from all over Europe, including the eastern countries, and Dresden's display of splendor as the Florence on the Elbe the predominant center of music and the arts in 17th- and 18th-century Germany reached its zenith during the reign of Augustus the Strong (1670-1733) as Elector of Saxony and King of Poland. Born in Loudovice, Bohemia in 1679 and son of an organist, Jan Lukas Zelenka (later Jan Dismas Zelenka) was educated at the Prague Jesuit College, with which he continued to remain in contact. He moved to Dresden around 1710, where he became principal double-bass player of the Dresden Court Orchestra. Apart from a period of study in Vienna and periodic returns to Prague, and possibly a journey to Italy, Zelenka remained in Dresden for the rest of his life. In 1697, the King-Elector Augustus the Strong of Saxony had assumed the Polish crown, a step that obliged him to adopt the Roman Catholic faith even though Saxony was predominantly Lutheran. Thus, the Royal Court at Dresden maintained two religious faces, on the one hand honoring strictly Lutheran Bach with the title of Royal Court Composer, and on the other hand bestowing on Zelenka the title of Court Composer of Church Music for his numerous sacred works composed for the Dresden Catholic Church. So we find among Zelenka's compositions numerous sacred works, including some 21 masses, psalms, and three oratorios with biblical subjects (totaling some 150 works in all) side by side with secular instrumental compositions reflecting his role in the Court Orchestra, of which he became conductor for five seasons.

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Zelenka was the most important Bohemian composer before Gluck. He wrote no operas and few instrumental works, but a great body of sacred music for the Catholic court at Dresden plus a few choice secular works. His music is characterized by passus duriusculus chromatic descent. Another distinguishing characteristic is slow triplets not infrequently used by Zelenka, though rarely heard in the works of better known late baroque composers.
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Zelenka. Litaniae Omnium Sanctorum (ZWV 153, c.1735), Litaniae Lauretanae "Salus infirmorum" (ZWV 152, 1741). Václav Luks, Collegium 1704. Festival de musique de La Chaise Dieu, 25 August 2010. Details
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Zelenka. Requiem (ZWV 47, 1733). Zig-Zag Territoires (1 CD, Forthcoming 2010?). Václav Luks, Collegium 1704. Zelenka.

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