About the project
The goal of the project:
Commemorate very fruitful collaboration of the Czech and Austrian musicians during the history, especially in the XVIIIth century.
Working together with the Austrian musicians (soloists, singers, orchestras), Austrian archives and libraries or scholars.
Searching for the not published not (or not often, rarely) performed and not recorded works by selected Czech composers of the second half of the XVIIIth Century living and working in Vienna of that time.
Editing the modern scores and parts, publishing these works and producing concerts with this repertory.
Performing these works by Czech Chamber Philharnmonic Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra Wiener Concert Verein Orchester etc.
Recording and worldwide distribution with Naxos label.
Marketing and promotion of this aktivity.
The project participants:
Czech Radio Prague
Czech Museum of Music, Prague
Wiener Conzert Verein Orchester, Austria
Hudebni rozhledy, Music magazine Czech Republic
Academy of Performing Arts Prague, prof. Jaromir Havlik
Czech Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra Pardubice
Prague Symphony Orchestra
Czech (born and grew up in Bohemia, Moravia or Silesia) composers living and composing in Vienna in the XVIIIth century
Between 1740 – 1810 there lived 79 Czech or in Bohemia (Moravia or Silesia) born composers in Vienna (according to: Dlabacz Johann Gottfried: Allgemeines historisches Künstler-Lexikon für Böhmen und zum Theil auch für Mähren und Schlesien, Prag 1815).
František Ignác Antonín Tůma (1704 – 1774)
Josef Antonín Štěpán (1726 - 1797)
Florian Leopold Gassmann (1729 - 1774)
Jan Křtitel Vaňhal (1739 – 1813)
Václav Pichl (1741 – 1805)
Josef Bárta (1744 - 1787)
František Adam Míča (1746 – 1811)
Leopold Koželuh (1747 – 1818)
František Vincenc Krommer –Kramář (1759 – 1831)
Pavel Vranický (1756 – 1808)
Antonín Vranický (1761 – 1820)
Jan Václav Hugo Voříšek (1791 – 1825)