Petr Daněk

Nahoru Contact

Prof. PhDr. Petr Daněk, Ph.D.
Department of Musicology
A Puškin Square 447/9, 160 00 Prague 6
danek.at.udu.cas.cz

Nahoru Personal profile

since 2019 – Department of Musicology, IAH CAS
2018 – lecturer, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Musical Faculty
since 2013
lecturer in musicology (theory of music and musical dramatugy),  Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava
2012
– Associate Professor, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Musical Faculty
1991 - 93
, 1997 – 2014 lecturer in musicology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
2006 – 2012
Programme Manager of the Prague Symphony Orchestra
2001 – 2006 Intendant of Prague Philharmonic Choir
1995
– PhD, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
1993 – 1998 assistant at the Department of the Music Production, Music and Dance Faculty, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
1993 – 1997
dramaturge of the International Music Festival Prague Spring
1990
1991 Head of the Department of Arts and Libraries, Ministry of Culture CR
1983 – 1990
researcher, Institute of Theory and History of Art, Czechoslovak Academy Of Sciences
1985
PhDr., Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague
1976 – 1981
Musicology, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

Nahoru Research interests

musical printing in Bohemia - music in Bohemia under the reign of Rudolf II - the functions of music in society – music theory in the Renaissance – music and humanism

Nahoru Current projects

  • Dvojsborová moteta  v rudolfínské Praze – hudba a humanismus předbělohorských Čech – hudební teorie v Čechách v 16. a 17. století – vývoj nototisku

Nahoru Selected bibliography

Books, edited volumes

  • Adam Václav Michna z Otradovic: Loutna česká, kritická edice, Praha 2018 (co-authors Adam Viktora, Tereza Daňková)
  • Cropatiana. Carmina Caspari Cropacii, 1560–1562, Clavis Monumentorum Musicorum Regni Bohemiae, Series A/IV, Praha 2018 (co-author Marta Vaculínová)
  • Con tempo diverso. Vzdálená blízkost společného, Společnost a hudba ve vývoji českého a slovenského národa v letech 1918–2018, Clavibus unitis 7/1, 2018 (ebook; co-editor)
  • Jan Amos Komenský, Kancyonál, Facsimile of the print from 1659, Praha 2018 (co-author Jiří K. Kroupa)
  • Adam Michna z Otradovic, Loutna česká (1653), Praha 2018 (co-authors Jiří K. Kroupa, Tereza Daňková)
  • Adam Michna z Otradovic, Loutna česká: Violino primo – Organo – Devoty (1666). Facsimile, Praha 2016 (co-author)
  • Cantantibus organis. Hudební kultura raného novověku ve středoevropských souvislostech. Ad honorem Jiří Sehnal,

Chapters in books

  • Canticum gloriose Deiparae Virginis Mariae. Tisky vokální polyfonie ve Vlastivědném muzeu ve Slaném in: Slánský obzor 23, Ročenka Společnosti Patria, Vlastivědného muzea ve Slaném a SOKA v Kladně, 2016, pp. 36–44 (co-author Tereza Daňková)
  • Zažil jsem konec romantismu v Čechách. Poznámky k interpretaci Smetanovy Mé vlasti, in: Prezentácie – konfrontácie 2014, Bratislava 2014, pp. 77–82.

Articles

  • Historische Musikdrucke in den böhmischen Ländern vor 1630, Clavibus unitis, 7, 2018, no. 2, pp. 1–4.
  • Music as a path to national identity (on the 100th anniversary of the Czechoslovak Republic), Clavibus unitis 7, 2018, no.1, pp. 5–7.
  • Řehoř Pešin, A Czech Composer who travelled throughout Europe, Czech Music  Quarterly, 2017, no. 1, pp. 29–32.
  • Music and musical culture in the Czech lands during the riegn of Emperor Rudolph II, Rudolphine Prague Composer I./II., Czech Music Quarterly, 2016, no. 1, pp. 23–35 (ca-authors Šárka Hálečková, Jan Bilwachs), nr. 2,  pp. 27–37 (co-author Petra Jakoubková)
  • “My beauty enraptured God”. Newly discovered original prints of instrumental ritornellos extend the best-known Czech Baroque music collection, Loutna česká / Czech Lute (1653), Czech Music Quarterly, 2015, no. 2, pp. 21–24
  • Teutsche Lieder zuvor unterschiedlich, jetzund aber mit des Herrn Authoris bewilligung inn ein Opus zusammen getruckt aneb praktický průvodce konvolutem tisků AZ 38 / AK XII 17 / A Practical Guide to the Composite Book of Printed Works AZ 38 / AK XII 17, Musicalia, 7, 2015, no. 1–2, 72–86 (co-atuhor Tereza Daňková)
  • Music and musical culture in the Czech lands during the riegn of Emperor Rudolph II, Part 1, Czech Music Quarterly, 2015, no. 3, pp. 29–40 (co-authors Michaela Žáčková Rossi, Jan Baťa, Petra Jakoubková)
  • Music and musical culture in the Czech lands during the riegn of Emperor Rudolph II, Part 2, Czech Music Quarterly, 2015, no. 4, pp. 28–40 (co-authors Martin Horyna, Vladimír Maňas, Hana Tillmanová)
  • Musica rudolphina. A project of international co-operation in musicological research, Czech Music Quarterly, 2014, no. 2, pp. 23–29 (co-authors Jan Baťa, Michaela Žáčková, Jiří K. Kroupa)
  • Numero Arithmetico notota Series officiorum pro Choro Musico Ustensi (1588) aneb pramen polyfonie plný překvapení, Hudobnohistorický výskum na Slovensku začiatkom 21. storočia, 2012, pp. 48–72 (co-author J. Baťa)
  • Partes rozličných autorův starých aneb výsledky práce semináře renesanční a raně barokní hudby na UK FF v Praze (1991–2010), Musicologia brunensia, 45, 2010, no. 1–2, pp. 75–92
  • Auswahlbibliographie zur Musikkultur am Hof Rudolfs II., Studia Rudolphina, 9, 2009, pp. 142–155
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