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Zajc, Ivan pl: Compositions Dedicated to the „Vijenac“ Choral Society

Compositions Dedicated to the „Vijenac“ Choral Society
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The idea of this project has its roots in the international musicological scientific conference organized in 2014 in Zagreb by the Croatian Musicological Society (HMD) and the Department of Croatian Music History of the Institute of Croatian Literature, Theater and Music on the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts (HAZU), with the title: Ivan Zajc (1932 - 1914). Musical migrations and cultural transfers in Central Europe and beyond in the ‘long’ 19th century. Due to the conceived and realized broad conception of this scientific conference, which tried to bring some new ideas accompanying previously known information about Ivan Zajc, his work and events during and after his life; eminent musicologists, sociologists, media experts, composers and university professors have officially confirmed Ivan Zajc as a composer who was also influential outside the national framework in which he has been mostly considered so far. Based on the quantity, type and quality of the material presented about Zajc and his sacral opus, it is proposed that in the future more attention should be paid to Zajc’s works, and this should be done on several levels: musicological research, publishing musical scores and inclusion in concert and theater repertoires.
Since there is a large number of Zajc’s works in the field of sacred music, prof. Katarina Koprek, PhD came up with and led a scientific research project with associates Ines Fočić, prof. senior lecturer and Assoc. prof. art. Viktorija Čop, in 2017. The project was realized through musicological research, reading, transcribing the original material and publishing a book, i.e. musical material Choral Society “Vijenac” and Ivan Zajc. Zajc’s Musical Opus Dedicated to the “Vijenac”. In 2019, this project continued with the organization of the first contemporary performance included in the published music edition, as part of an art research project, led by Assoc. art. Viktorija Čop. In the 2020., however, work on the project continued and was concluded with the release of this CD.
 
 
SOLISTI | SOLOISTS
Roko Radovan, tenor — 1, 4, 6
Emanuel Tomljenović, tenor — 1, 2, 4
Ivan Marčić, tenor — 2
Marin Čargo, bariton | baritone — 2, 4, 5, 6
Miha Bole, bas | bass — 2, 4, 6
Neven Boltek, klavir | piano — 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Šimun Matišić, malo zvono | little bell — 1
 
MALE CHOIR OF THE ZAGREB ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Damjan Bakić, Stipe Bakić, Nikola Bašić, Leonard Benjak, Josip Berend,
Matko Bobić, Lovro Bzdilik, Jure Černeha, Arsen Dalibaltayan, Matija
Drofenik, Tomislav Ferderber, Silvestar Fridrich, Tomislav Gajski, Luka Golec,
Mihael Hižak, Mihael Horvat, Dominik Kiseljak, Fabijan Košćak, Bruno Kota,
Ivan Makar, Igor Matavulj, Patrik Međimurec, Filip Mišković, Davor Nekjak,
Martin Pleše, Dino Prpić, Roko Radovan, Juraj Rebrnjak, Filip Šimunović,
Nikola Šrajbek, Emanuel Tomljenović, Marko Vucković, Edi Vugrinec
 
MALE CHOIR OF THE INSTITUTE FOR CHURCH MUSIC – CATHOLIC FACULTY OF THEOLOGY
Ivan Marčić, Luka Goletić, Kristijan Martinec, Ivon Fabijanec, Mislav Lucić,
Bonifacije Antonio Franjo, Mateo Klasić, Pero Prosenica
 
STRING ENSEMBLE OF THE ZAGREB ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Prve violine | 1st violins: Jakov Šredl, Luka Kojundžić, Tanja Felja
Druge violine | 2nd violins: Matej Žerovnik, Ema Perić
Viole | Violas: Barbara Vlajinić, Filip Kojundžić
Violončelo | Violoncello: Janko Franković
Kontrabas | Double bass: Mihael Ros
 
MILAN HIBŠER, harmonij | harmonium
JASENKA OSTOJIĆ, dirigentica | conductor
 
 
 
 
Broj izdanja | CD number: 88924502842
Zagreb, 2021.
 
 
The CD has been released with the support by the University of Zagreb as part of the
short-term financial support for the art research of the Catholic Faculty of Theology in Zagreb.