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Bilwachs

Name and Surname: Jan Bilwachs
Academic Degrees: Bc.
Year and Place of Birth: 1991 Prague (Czech Republic)
Institutional Affiliation: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Musicology

Curriculum Vitae: Jan Bilwachs studies musicology at Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague. In 2014, he finished and defended the bachelor thesis, which is titled The motets from the collection Selectissimarum sacrarum cantionum... fasciculus primus of Carl Luython and their concordances. His main field of research is furthermore music of the second half of 16th century, especially motet compositions by the rudolphian composer, Carl Luython.

Relevant Bibliography:
The motets from the collection Selectissimarum sacrarum cantionum of Carl Luython and their concordances. Critical edition and analysis of the chosen motets, bachelor thesis, FFUK, Prague 2014.



Haleckova

Name and Surname: Sarka Haleckova
Academic Degrees: M.A.
Year and Place of Birth: 1988 Prague (Czech Republic)
Institutional Affiliation: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Musicology

Curriculum Vitae: Graduated in musicology from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague. Her field of research is music of Renaissance Bohemia, especially music at Prague Habsburg court. She works at The National Library of the Czech Republic as curator of the storage for long-term preservation of digital data (LTP storage).

Relevant Bibliography:
Carl Luython – The First Book of Madrigals 1582 (edition and analysis), master’s thesis, FF UK, Prague 2014.





Jakoubkova

Name and Surname: Petra Jakoubkova
Academic Degrees: M.A.
Year and Place of Birth: 1987 Prague (Czech Republic)
Institutional Affiliation: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Musicology

Curriculum Vitae: Graduated in musicology from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, where she began Ph.D. studies. Her field of research is the Czech music printing in second half of 16th century and early 17th century. She works as music editor in the publishing house Bärenreiter.

Relevant Bibliography:
Typography of Jiří Nigrin music prints, master’s thesis, FF UK, Prague 2014.






Tillmanova

Name and Surname: Hana Tillmanova
Academic Degrees: RNDr., Bc.
Year and Place of Birth: 1963 Opava (Czech Republic)
Institutional Affiliation: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Institute of Musicology

Curriculum Vitae: Since 1997 she has actively devoted herself to Renaissance dance, collaborating, as a dancer and  choreographer, with prominent Czech historical dance ensembles. In June 2014, she graduated in musicology from the Faculty of Arts of Charles Universtity Prague, receiving her BA., and currently she continues her postgraduate studies. The topic of her research and PhD thesis is a manuscript tractatus on Renaissance dance by Evangelista Papazzone, dance master at the court of Rudolf II.

Relevant Bibliography:
1. Maestri di ballare aneb nejvýznamnější italští taneční mistři 16. století z pohledu Cesare Negriho a jeho sbírky Nuove Inventioni di Balli [Maestri di ballare or the most important dance masters of the 16th century through Cesare Nergi's collection Nuove Inventioni di Balli], seminar paper, FF UK, Prague 2013.  (for download click here)
2. Taneční mistr z pohledu Cesara Negriho a jeho sbírky Nuove inventioni di balli (1604) [A dance master as seen by Cesare Negri in his work Nuove inventioni di balli (1604)]. In: Clavibus unitis 3 (2014), p. 29-42.
3. Tanec v době rudolfinské [Dance in the Rudolfine period]. In: Harmonie 2015, no. 1, p. 3-4.
4. Dance in the Rudolfine era. In: Czech Music Quarterly, 2015, č. 4, s. 37-40.
5.Prolínání a nejednoznačnost pojmů "renesance" a "baroko" v taneční sféře. In: Sborník Replicon. Soubor vybraných přednášek z ročníků 2013-2016, Praha 2017, s. 35-37.
6.Traktát o tanečním umění. In: Harmonie, 2017, č. 11, s. 36-47.
7. O dvorných způsobech kavalírů rudolfinské doby. In: Clavibus unitis 6 (2017).


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