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Sheet music for Miroslav Hlavac
flute, piano — performance score, part(s) — Teaching Manuals
Composed by Miroslav Hlavac. Czech title: Dve pastorale. Teaching Manuals. Performance score, part(s). With Publication language: Czech. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07149. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07149).
string orchestra — Score — Classical, orchestral music
Composed by Miroslav Hlavac. Czech title: Postludium pro smy covy orchestr. Classical, orchestral music. Score. With Publication language: Czech/German. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H06664. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H06664).
guitar orchestra — —
Composed by Miroslav Loncar. 16 pages. Les Productions d'OZ - Digital #DZ 1467. Published by Les Productions d'OZ - Digital (ZZ.DZ-1467).
guitar — —
Nach Volksweisen aus Medjimurje. Composed by Miroslav Miletic. This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Gitarren-Archiv (Guitar Archive). Composed 1974. 4 pages. Schott Music #GA 437. Published by Schott Music (HL.49010851).
flute, piano — performance score, part(s) — Classical
Per flauto e piano. Composed by Miroslav Kubicka. Czech title: Sonatina pro fletnu a klavir. Classical. Performance score, part(s). Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07890. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07890).
violin, piano — performance score, part(s) — Classical
Fur Violine und Klavier. Composed by Miroslav Kubicka. Czech title: Sonata pro housle a klavir. Classical. Performance score, part(s). With Publication language: Czech/German/English. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07916. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07916).
4 guitars — —
Composed by Miroslav Loncar. Published by Les Productions d'OZ (DZ.DZ-1623).
trombone & piano — Solo and piano accompaniment — 20th Century
Composed by Miroslav Krejci. 20th Century. Solo and piano accompaniment. Published by Cherry Classics (CY.CC2296).
double bass, piano — performance score, part(s) — Classical
Rondo. Composed by Miroslav Kubicka. Classical. Performance score, part(s). With Publication language: Czech/German/English. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07982. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07982).
Piano Accompaniment,Trombone — Score,Solo Part — 21st Century,20th Century,Romantic Period,Modern
Composed by Krejci, Miroslav. 21st Century, 20th Century, Romantic Period, Modern. Score, Solo Part. 21 pages. Published by Cherry Classics Music (S0.598617).
Partial list of works by Miroslav Hlavac
- Concerto (1953) for ‘cello & orchestra 32’
- Spring Overture (1955) 11’
- Slovak Inventions (1955) for string orchestra
- Fantastic Rondo (1955) for orchestra
- The Dog, Cat & The Moon (1958) for chamber orchestra, narrator
- Symphony (1960) for large orchestra
- Arythmikon (1961) for strings 11’
- Sinfonietta Elegikon (1964) for symphonic wind ensemble, piano 17’
- The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (1964), ballet suite
- Inultus (1970) suite from the opera 28’
- Toccata Festiva (1972) for piano & orchestra 12’
- Sinfonietta Epitaffica (1974) for large orchestra 17’
- Concerto (1978) for violin & orchestra 26’
- Serenata (1980) for string orchestra 9’
- Sinfonietta (1982) for string orchestra 13’
- Hero & Leandros (1987) ballet for orchestra 25’
- Concertino (1988) for piano and string orchestra 12’
- Pastorale (1990) for flute and string orchestra 11’
- Melancolietta (1991) for string orchestra 11’
- Two Canonic Inventions (1942) for violin, viola, ‘cello 7’
- Sonatine (1945) for flute & piano 11’
- Sonata in d (1946) for piano 21’
- Little Piano Suite (1949) for piano 10’
- String Quartet (1955) for 2 violins, viola, violoncello 21’
- Children’s Pictures (1955) piano 4-hands 14’
- Preludium & Capriccio (1963) for harp and string trio 12’
- Musica Dialogica (1965) for violin, viola 14’
- Wind Quintet (1969) for woodwind quintet 10’
- Stenograms (1969) nine concert etudes for piano 20’
- Duo (1971) for bass clarinet, piano 11’
- Musica Carnavalesca (1971) for piano 12’
- Little Summerlight Dances (1971) four pieces for piano 8’
- Trio Semplice (1972) for violin, ‘cello, piano 10’
- Concert da Camera (1972) for violin, piano, electronics 22’
- Toccata Festiva (1974) for piano 12’
- In Quarte (1975) for piano 10’
- Musica Diafonica (1975), for bass clarinet, piano, electronics 24’
- Trio Modale (1985) for clarinet, ‘cello, piano 14’
- Impulsioni (1979) for violin, percussion 14’
- Partita Monologica (1986) fot solo viola 14’
- The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (1963) ballet on theme of Goethe 35’
- Inultus (1968), opera. Libretto by V. Renc. 90’
- Atlantiana (1970) ballet with electronic tape. 33’
- Nocturne at the Fountain (1973) ballet. 25’
- Hero and Leandros. Ballet. 25’
Composer Miroslav Hlavac was born on 23 October 1923 in Protivin in Southern Bohemia. He passed away on 4 December 2008 in Prague, Czech Republic.
A prolific composer to the end of his life, Hlavac was beset by many creative obstacles in his youth brought on by World War II. After finishing secondary school he was a conscripted worker in Germany’s Rhineland during Hitler’s war.
Even so, Hlavac was undeterred and took composition lessons from Borivoj Mikoda (1904–1970), a composer working at the Musical Municipal School. After the war, Hlavac enrolled in the College of Civil Engineering, later taking part in reconstruction efforts in his homeland from 1950 onwards.
Some of Hlavac’s earliest mature work includes “Two Canonic Inventions” for violin, viola and ’cello (1942), “Sonatina” for flute and piano (1945), and the “Piano Sonata” (1946). Working as a bridge designer, composition studies with Mikoda in Pilsen continued after hours. Later on, Jaroslav Ridky (1897–1956) and Klement Slavicky (1910–1999) became his teachers in composition.
Hlavac’s creative output was prodigious and all-encompassing, having written extensively for full orchestra, chamber combinations, music for the stage (opera, ballet) as well as for the electronic medium. Along with Karlheinz Stockhausen, Hlavac was one of the earliest composers in Europe to notate electronic music. His set of seven non-acoustic works were created at the Czech Radio Electroacoustic Studio in Pilsen from 1968 to 1971.
Fully versed in modern technique yet thoroughly grounded in tradition, Hlavac composed harmonically advanced work within a well-defined structure; yet, he never completely strayed from lyric elements.
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