[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
LeoŠ Janácek, "Vdha realn'ch motivu" ("The Importance of Real Motives"), Dalibor 2 (1909-10), 227
Janacek
227
2
Dalibor
1909
LeoŠ Janáček: Hudebne teoretické dilo 2, ed. Zdeněk Blaek (Prague, 1972), pp. 141-43
Blavek
141
Leos Janacek: Hudebne teoreticke dilo 2
1972
2
Leos' Jandiek: Leaves From My Life, ed. and trans. Vilem and Margaret Tausky (New York, 1982)
Leos
Jandiek: Leaves From My Life
1982
3
Alfred Einstein, Music in the Romantic Era (New York, 1947), p. 299.
Einstein
299
Music in the Romantic Era
1947
4
Ibid.
5
Ibid., p. 300.
300
6
Gerald Abraham writes: "Dvoifk's music is pro- foundly Czech in a way that Smetana's, for all his patriot- ism, seldom is." The Concise Oxford History of Music (Ox- ford, 1979), p. 697
Abraham
697
The Concise Oxford History of Music
1979
7
Leon Plantinga, Romantic Music (New York, 1984)
Plantinga
Romantic Music
1984
fn. 17
8
Carl Dahlhaus, "Nationalism and Music," in Between Ro- manticism and Modernism: Four Studies in the Music of the Later Nineteenth Century, trans. Mary Whittall (Berke- ley and Los Angeles, 1980), pp. 79-101.
Dahlhaus
Nationalism and Music
79
Between Romanticism and Modernism: Four Studies in the Music of the Later Nineteenth Century
1980
9
Richard Taruskin, "How the Acorn Took Root-A Tale of Russia," this journal 6 (1983), 189-21210.2307/746585
189
Malcolm Brown, "Theme as Prototype in Russian Music," paper delivered at the Romantic Music Festival, Butler University, 1984
Brown
Theme as Prototype in Russian Music
Romantic Music Festival, Butler University, 1984
1984
10
Richard Taruskin, "Some Thoughts on the History and Historiography of Russian Music," Journal of Musicology 3 (1984), 321-39.10.2307/763585
321
11
The International Smetana Centennial Conference was held in San Diego, California, in March of 1984
The International Smetana Centennial Conference was held in San Diego, California, in March of 1984
1984
re- port in this journal 8 (1984), 87-88.
Proceedings of the Sme- tana Centennial Conference (henceforth PSCC) are forth- coming
Proceedings of the Smetana Centennial Conference
12
Marta Ottlová and Milan Pospišíl, "K otazce ceskosti v hudbé 19. stoleti" ("On the Question of Czechness in 19th- Century Music"), Opus Musicum 11 (1979), 101-03
Ottlovi
101
11
Opus Musicum
1979
"Zur frage des Tscheschischen in der Musik des 19. Jahrhunderts," in Hudba slovanskfych ndrodu ("Mu- sic of the Slavic Nations") (Bmo, 1981), pp. 99-104
Zur frage des Tscheschischen in der Musik des 19. Jahrhunderts
99
Hudba slovanskfych ndrodu ("Music of the Slavic Nations"
1981
13
Hudba v 'esk'ch dejinach ("Music in Czech History") (Prague, 1983)
Petr Vit's "Doba narodniho probuzeni" ("The Age of National Revival," i.e., 1810-60), pp. 287- 327, especially pp. 290-91, 14-16, and 321
Vit
287
Doba narodniho probuzeni" ("The Age of National Revival
1810
14
Dahlhaus, p. 90.
90
16
John Yoell, "Gustav Mahler's Czech Connection," forthcoming in PSCC
Yoell
Gustav Mahler's Czech Connection
18
Brian Large, Smetana (London, 1970), pp. 70-97
Large
70
Smetana
1970
19
Vojtech Kyas, "Smetana e Dvoriak e il loro rapporto con Schubert," Nuova Rivista mu- sicale italiana 18 (1984), 52-62
Kyas
52
18
Nuova Rivista musicale italiana
1984
20
Jarmil Burghauser, "Smetana's Influence on Dvorik's Cre- ative Evolution," forthcoming in PSCC.
Burghauser
Smetana's Influence on Dvorik's Creative Evolution
21
Bedrich Smetana in a letter to Dr. Ludevit Prochazka, Dresden, 31 August 1882
FrantiŠek Bartés, Bed- rich Smetana: Letters and Reminiscences (Prague, 1955), pp. 250-51
Barés
250
Bedrich Smetana: Letters and Reminiscences
1955
Originally pub. as Smetana ve vzpominkdch a dopisech (Prague, 1939, 1954)
Smetana ve vzpominkdch a dopisech
1939
22
Dvoriak in a letter to Simrock, Berlin, 10 September 1885.
Otakar Sourek, Antonin Dvoiak: Letters and Reminiscences (Prague, 1955), p. 98
Sourek
98
Antonin Dvoiak: Letters and Reminiscences
1955
Originally pub. as Dvoiak ve vzpominkach a dopisech (Prague, 1938
Dvoiak ve vzpominkach a dopisech
1938
1951
23
Hukvaldy. Printed in Jaroslav Vogel, Leos' anéek (Prague, 1962
Hukvaldy
Printed in Jaroslav Vogel, Leos' anaéek
1962
1981), p. 333
24
Quoted in Jifi Berkovec, Josef Suk (Prague and Bratislava, 1969), p. 65.
Berkovec
65
Josef Suk
1969
25
Brian Large, Martinli (New York, 1976), p. 140
Large
140
Martinli
1976
26
Barto', p. 225, fn. 21
28
Bohumir Ste- drofi, Leos' Janacek: Letters and Reminiscences (Prague, 1946)
Stedrofi
Leos' Janacek: Letters and Reminiscences
1946
Originally pub. as Janadek ve vzpominkach a dopi- sech (Prague, 1946)
Janadek ve vzpominkach a dopisech
1946
29
Bartoě p. 210.
30
LeoŠ Janaiek, "Tviir'i mysl" ("The Creative Spirit"), Li- dovy noviny 32 (1924)
Janaiek
32
Lidovy noviny
1924
Leos' Jandc'ek: Fejetony z Li- dovfch novin (Leos Janacek: Feuilletons from the Lidovy noviny) (Brno, 1958), pp. 220-23
220
Leos' Jandc'ek: Fejetony z Lidovfch novin (Leos Janacek: Feuilletons from the Lidovy noviny
1958
31
"Inspired Mind," can be found in Music News From Prague 2 (1984), 1
1
2
Music News From Prague
1984
32
Karel Sebor's The Hus- site Bride (1868)
Sebor
The Hussite Bride
1868
fn. 7
33
Robert Ridenour, Nationalism, Modernism, and Per- sonal Rivalry in 19th Century Russian Music (Ann Arbor, 1981)
Ridenour
Nationalism, Modernism, and Personal Rivalry in 19th Century Russian Music
1981
35
"his personal idiom comprised of diverse elements, some of them imitative of Bohemian folk styles, came to be accepted as uniquely representative of his nation's musical culture" (p. 351)
36
Speech by Josef Suk upon receiving an honorary doctorate at Masaryk University in Bmo in 1934
Stedrofi, p. 208
208
37
Jaroslav Po- hanka, DBjiny 6eske hudby v piikladech ("A History of Czech Music in Examples") (Prague, 1958), p. 28
38
fn. 10
39
BartoŠ p. 265.
41
Svaty Vdclave melody,
Svaty Vdclave melody
Pohanka, p. 1
42
Burghauser
44
Berkovec, p. 29.
29
46
John Tyrrell, "Svanda and his Successors: The Bagpiper and his Music in Czech Opera," forthcoming in PSCC
Tyrrell
Svanda and his Successors: The Bagpiper and his Music in Czech Opera
47
Václav Kaprál (1889-1947)
48
Bruno Nettl, The Study of Ethnomusicology: Twenty- Nine Issues and Concepts (Urbana, 1983), p. 47-49
Nettl
47
The Study of Ethnomusicology: Twenty-Nine Issues and Concepts
1983
p. 48
50
Mark Germer, "On the Importance of the Pastorella," forthcoming in PSCC.
Germer
On the Importance of the Pastorella
51
Havek's Good Soldier Svejk
Havek's Good Soldier Svejk
52
Pilgrim's Chorus from Tannhiauser might turn Wagner into an "honorary Czech."
Pilgrim
Chorus from Tannhiauser might turn Wagner into an "honorary Czech
53
E. H. Gombrich, Art and Illusion (Princeton, 1961), p. 6.
Gombrich
6
Art and Illusion
1961
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