Leos Janácek (1854-1928) composed the song cycle The Diary Of One Who Disappeared at a time when many people already considered him on a par with the other two masters of Czech national music, Smetana and Dvorák. The inspiration for the autobiographical 'Diary' came from a few enigmatic lines of poetry in two editions of the "Lidove noviny" (People's Newspaper) of May 1916. Although this work is Janácek's most important original song cycle, his keen interest in the folk songs and dances of his Moravian homeland resulted in a plethora of arrangements, making this music also accessible to the classical concert hall. These include the Six Folk Songs Eva Gabel Sang (Sest národních písní jez zpívala Gabel Eva) and the Songs from Detva (Písne detvanské). Quite unlike the songs of the 'Diary', which chiefly make reference to the Moravian dialect, the arrangements evince the typically ethnic-sounding music Janácek refined, so to speak, by adding to adaptations of the existing song lines a sophisticated piano part in the tradition of the great song compositions of the 19th century.
Leos Janácek (1854-1928) composed the song cycle The Diary Of One Who Disappeared at a time when many people already considered him on a par with the other two masters of Czech national music, Smetana and Dvorák. The inspiration for the autobiographical 'Diary' came from a few enigmatic lines of poetry in two editions of the "Lidove noviny" (People's Newspaper) of May 1916. Although this work is Janácek's most important original song cycle, his keen interest in the folk songs and dances of his Moravian homeland resulted in a plethora of arrangements, making this music also accessible to the classical concert hall. These include the Six Folk Songs Eva Gabel Sang (Sest národních písní jez zpívala Gabel Eva) and the Songs from Detva (Písne detvanské). Quite unlike the songs of the 'Diary', which chiefly make reference to the Moravian dialect, the arrangements evince the typically ethnic-sounding music Janácek refined, so to speak, by adding to adaptations of the existing song lines a sophisticated piano part in the tradition of the great song compositions of the 19th century.
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Diary of One Who Disappeared
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1. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 1, Potkal Jsem Mladou Cigánku
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2. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 2, Ta Černá Cigánka
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3. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 3, Svatojánské Mušky
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4. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 4, Už Mladé Vlaštůvky
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5. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 5, Těžko Sa Mi Oře
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6. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 6, Hajsi, Vy Siví Volci
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7. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 7, Ztratil Isem Kolíček
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8. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 8, Nehled’te, Volečci, Tesklivo K Úvratím
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9. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 9, Vítaj, Janíčku
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10. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 10, Bože, Dálný, Nesmrtelný
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11. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 11, Táhne Vůňa K Lesu
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12. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 12, Tmavá Olšinka, Chladná Studánka
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13. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 13, Intermezzo Erotico
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14. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 14, Slnéčko Sa Zdvihá
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15. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 15, Moji Siví Volci
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16. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 16, Co Jsem To Udělal?
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17. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 17, Co Komu Súzeno
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18. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 18, Nedbám Já Včil O Nic
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19. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 19, Letí Straka Letí
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20. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 20, Mám Já Panenku
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21. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 21, Můj Drahý Tatíčku
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22. The Diary Of One Who Disappeared, Jw V/12: No. 22, Sbohem, Rodný Kraju
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23. 6 Folk Songs Sung By Gabel Eva, Jw V/9: No. 1, Něumrem Ja Na Zemi
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24. 6 Folk Songs Sung By Gabel Eva, Jw V/9: No. 2, Šiel Som Cez Mesto
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25. 6 Folk Songs Sung By Gabel Eva, Jw V/9: No. 3, Štyri Kosy
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26. 6 Folk Songs Sung By Gabel Eva, Jw V/9: No. 4, Na Slatinských Lúkach
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27. 6 Folk Songs Sung By Gabel Eva, Jw V/9: No. 5, Široko Ďaleko
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28. 6 Folk Songs Sung By Gabel Eva, Jw V/9: No. 6, Už Tebe, Anička
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29. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 1, Ej Nebudu Ja Dobrý
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30. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 2, Ej Sedeu Sem Ja Sedeu
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31. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 3, Ej Šetko Ľudia Vravia
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32. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 4, Pod Javorkom, Pod Zeleným
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33. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 5, Ide Kračuň, Ide
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34. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 6, Byľa Jedna Sirá Vdova
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35. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 7, Na Horách, Na Doľách
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36. Detva Songs, Jw V/11 (Robber’s Ballads): No. 8, Šla Milá Na Zdávání
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Leos Janácek (1854-1928) composed the song cycle The Diary Of One Who Disappeared at a time when many people already considered him on a par with the other two masters of Czech national music, Smetana and Dvorák. The inspiration for the autobiographical 'Diary' came from a few enigmatic lines of poetry in two editions of the "Lidove noviny" (People's Newspaper) of May 1916. Although this work is Janácek's most important original song cycle, his keen interest in the folk songs and dances of his Moravian homeland resulted in a plethora of arrangements, making this music also accessible to the classical concert hall. These include the Six Folk Songs Eva Gabel Sang (Sest národních písní jez zpívala Gabel Eva) and the Songs from Detva (Písne detvanské). Quite unlike the songs of the 'Diary', which chiefly make reference to the Moravian dialect, the arrangements evince the typically ethnic-sounding music Janácek refined, so to speak, by adding to adaptations of the existing song lines a sophisticated piano part in the tradition of the great song compositions of the 19th century.


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