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  Jakub Jan Ryba - Vikipedio
Jakub Jan RYBA (Jakobo Johano Ryba) estis ĉeĥa pedagogo, komponisto kaj poeto, aŭtoro verŝajne de la plej konata ĉeĥa kristnaska meso – Ho, majstro, leviĝu rapide (Ĉeĥa meso kristnaska), kiun oni nun ludas dum Kristnasko en Belgio, Francio, Japanio, Svislando...
Li komponis ĉi tie 12 piankoncertojn, 24 kvartetojn, kvinteton, 4 koncertojn, 8 serenadojn, kvanton da menuetoj kaj germanaj dancoj, multajn kantojn, operon, meson kaj aliajn kamerajn komponaĵojn.
Al fino de sia vivo Jakub estis malsana, pli ofte li evitis de homoj, li promenis tra ĉirkaŭaj herbejoj kaj arbaroj, plimulte sola.
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  Jakub Jan Ryba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jakub Šimon Jan Ryba (October 26, 1765 - April 8, 1815) was a Czech teacher and composer of classical music.
In 1780 Ryba went to Prague, where he studied at the Piarist gymnasium.
Ryba was a very good student and he soon started to compose.
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 Jakub Jan Ryba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Jakub Šimon Jan Ryba (October 26, 1765 - April 8 1815) was a Czech (A native of inhabitant of the Czech Republic) teacher and composer of classical music (Traditional genre of music conforming to an established form and appealing to critical interest and developed musical taste).
Ryba was born in Preštice near Plzeň; (additional info and facts about Plzeň;).
In 1780 Ryba went to Prague (The capital and largest city of the Czech Republic in the western part of the countryi; a cultural and commercial center since the 14th century), where he studied at the Piarist gymnasium (Athletic facility equipped for sports or physical training).
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 Jakub Jan Ryba Biography - famous Jakub Jan Ryba Classical collection and Jakub Jan Ryba Music Reviews.
Jakub Jan Ryba was born the son of a teacher, organist and composer on 26 October 1765 in Prestice.
It was at that time that many of the scholarships were abolished, and it was highly unlikely that under these changed conditions Ryba would have been able to support himself and his studies.
In February 1788 Ryba came as a new teacher to Rozmitál, where he was to spend the longest period of his life.
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 Mass by Jakub Jan Ryba remains symbol of Czech Christmas - 22-12-2004 - Radio Prague
Jakub Jan Ryba was born in 1765 in the village of Prestice in West Bohemia to the family of a village teacher.
In 1788, Jakub Jan Ryba got a teacher's position in the small town of Rozmital, where he lived for the rest of his life with his large family.
Jakub Jan Ryba finally could no longer bear the mounting pressure and the struggle to feed his large family and on April 8, 1815, after the morning mass, he took his own life.
www.radio.cz /en/article/61606   (809 words)

  
 Jakub Jan Ryba : Discography : Rolling Stone
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 Ryba Christmas Mass [JW]: Classical CD Reviews- Jan 2003 MusicWeb(UK)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The colloquialism of its name, Hej, mistre, or Hey, Master is a sure indication of the kind of work it is — a pastoral mass of charming tunefulness but decidedly unintellectual pretensions.
The Mass was composed in 1796 and written in the expected form of the Ordinary but, written in Czech and idiomatic and immediately understandable to its congregation; it is in fact a nativity.
This was hardly a unique occurrence and Ryba had himself set Czech as a Mass as had other composers before him - but this did represent something of a consistent if small trend in late eighteenth century Bohemia.
www.musicweb-international.com /classrev/2003/Jan03/Ryba_Christmas.htm   (538 words)

  
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Every year one of the most popular is the life size Nativity scene in the Church of the Virgin Mary Queen of Angels on Loretánské Square or the gingerbread nativity scene in the Church of St Matthew in Dejvice.
Jakub Jan Ryba’s Czech Christmas Mass can also be heard in the Church of St Nicholas in Malá Strana (www.prague-info.cz, www.psalterium.cz) on Christmas day (25.
On the 18th you will have another opportunity to hear Jakub Jan Ryba’s Christmas Mass and on the 19th there will be carol singing there too.
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 Kuhn's Choir Prague (Choir) - Short History
The choir is often invited to the radio, television, and motion picture studios where it performed a number of recordings for the purposes of these studios.
After death of Pavel Kühn in Spring 2003, the choir selects Jan Rozehnal as its new leader.
Jan Rozehnal is a choirmaster well-known both in The Czech Republic and abroad and is prepared to continue this remarkable Kühnian tradition.
www.bach-cantatas.com /Bio/KCP.htm   (501 words)

  
 VARIATIONS Sound Recording bgp1965   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Johann Jakob Ryba ; deutsche Fassung, Konstantin Mach.
Johann Jakob Ryba (1765-1813), Bohmisch Weihnachtsmesse fur Soli, Chor, Orchester, und Orgel
Ryba, Bohmische Weihnachtsmesse fur Soli, Chor, Orchester, und Orgel (concluded)
www.dlib.indiana.edu /variations/html/bgp1965.html   (127 words)

  
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It was Professor Wiedermann who introduced him to the organ at the Basilica of St. James (Svaty Jakub) in Prague where he has been the resident organ ever since 1950, a post he still holds.
The most recent compact disc recording of RopekÂ’s music entitled, Jiri Ropek, Composer and Organist, was produced in 1995 by the Czech Republic label, Multisonic (LC 6595).
It features organists John Scott, Jan Kalfus, Pavel Cerny, James Kibbie, as well as Ropek himself performing Toccata for Organ, Missa Brevis, Homage to the Anonymous, Partita for Organ on Adoro Te Devote, Christmas Fantasy for Organ, Mixed Choir and Orchestra, Fresco for Violin and Organ, and Toccata and Fugue for Organ.
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 Jakub jan ryba albums, promos, bootlegs, maxis, singles
Jakub jan ryba albums, promos, bootlegs, maxis, singles
Here you can find all music from Jakub jan ryba ever released.
This dicography may contain Bootlegs, Cd singles, CD maxis and vinyl releases.
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 (GCM9ZQ) Hej, Mistre! by haggaeus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The cache is dedicated to Czech 18-19th century composer Jakub Jan Ryba and it contains mostly CDs - please try to keep the theme.
The name of the cache is the first line of Ryba's most famous work: Czech Christmas Mass ("Hey Master!").
There is a Czech Christmas Mass CD in the original content of the cache.
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 Jan Jakub Ryba - Classical Composers Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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The IMC UNESCO International Music Prize for 2005 was awarded to Mikis Theodorakis in Aachen, Germany.
www.classical-composers.org /cgi-bin/ccd.cgi?comp=ryba   (315 words)

  
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Lubomír Havlák and Libor Kaňka, violins, Jan Jíša, viola
Jan Václav Stich-Punto: Quartet for violin, horn, viola and violoncello, Op.
Gaetano Bardini, tenor, Prague Smetana Theatre Orchestra, Brno State Opera Orchestra, Prague Chamber Orchestra, Jan Štych and Ino Savini, conductors
www.classic-music.cz   (415 words)

  
 MusicaBona | CD | Jakub Simon Jan Ryba
Maria Tauberová - soprano, Věra Krilová - alto, Rudolf Vonásek - tenor, Jaroslav Hromádka - bass ; Jan Bedřich Krajs - organ ; Czech Choir ; Prag Radio Orchestra, Jan Kühn
J. Ryba was one of the best educated Czech professors of the Classical period.
He worked in Rožmitál, where in a conservative environment he fought to be appreciated because he was a proponent of the Enlightenment, school reforms, and educational progress.
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18, no. 6 Ryba, Jakub Jan Nemecek, Jan. Jakub Jan Ryba: zivot a dilo.
ML410.S221K5 AND Complete keyboard works in facsimile from the manuscript and printed sources.
When necessary, numbers used in uniform titles are derived from the thematic index numbers in Jan Dismas Zelenka / Solfgang Reich ; e.f.
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 Jakub Jan Ryba - Last.fm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Listen to music, see charts for Jakub Jan Ryba - Gloria, Jakub Jan Ryba - Kyrie, Jakub Jan Ryba - Credo, Jakub Jan Ryba - Sanctus, Jakub Jan Ryba - Graduale
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 JR.com: Ryba: Czech Christmas Mass, Missa Pastoralis / Thuri, et al in Music: Classical:   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
JR.com: Ryba: Czech Christmas Mass, Missa Pastoralis / Thuri, et al in Music: Classical:
Ryba: Czech Christmas Mass, Missa Pastoralis / Thuri, et al
Composer: Jan Jakub Ryba (1765 - 1815) Period: Classical Form / Genre: Mass
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 Amazon.co.uk -zShops: Jakub Jan Ryba, Jiri Ignac Linek Christmas Mass   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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 Classics Today.com - Your Online Guide to Classical Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It's hard to tell what's going on here.
Although it's called a "mass", and the movements are indeed named after the sections of the Roman liturgical service, Jakub Jan Ryba's (1765-1815) Czech Christmas Mass abandons the traditional Latin texts for a format more akin to a pastoral play.
Apparently what we're hearing is dialogue (in Czech) among shepherds preparing to visit Bethlehem.
www.classicstoday.com /review.asp?ReviewNum=5818   (299 words)

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