C Instruments, Choral, Handbells (2-Part Choir) With works by Havlik, Prejzek, Bartek and others. Composed by Adam Skorupa, Bohuslav Nadvornik, Ferdinand Havlik, Frantisek Zivny, Jan Zalewski, Katerzyna Gaertner, Marek Sewen, Mojmir Bartek, Piotr Figiel, and Vaclav Prejzek. Arranged by Ellen Foncannon Stephenson. Sheet music. Pavane Choral. Young Voices, Christmas, Sacred, Concert. 1404. 8 pages. Pavane Publishing #P1404. Published by Pavane Publishing (HL.8301918).
Oboe, violin, viola and cello Erstdruck. Composed by Jan Adam Frantisek Mica. Edited by Hans Steinbeck. Chamber music. Chamber music. Study score. 12 pages pages. Doblinger Music Publishers #Stp-00192. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.STP-00192).
Oboe, violin, viola and cello Erstdruck. Composed by Jan Adam Frantisek Mica. Edited by Hans Steinbeck. Chamber music. Diletto Musicale. Chamber music. Score. 16 pages pages. Doblinger Music Publishers #DM-00258-ST. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.DM-00258-ST).
Mixed choir Composed by Adam Vaclav z Otradovic Michna. This edition: Complete edition. Adam Vaclav Michna. Compositions 5. Czech title: Svatoro ni muzika. Classical. Score. With Language: Latin, Text Language: Czech/German/English. Editio Baerenreiter Praha #H07824. Published by Editio Baerenreiter Praha (PA.H07824).
He composed opera inserts, congratulation cantatas (Nel giorno natalizio, Theatral Festr), sepolcras, and other occasional musical compositions. The most paramount of his composing activities was, however, the opera "O puvodu Jaromerice" (About the Origins of Jaromerice) is the first opera written by Czech composer. Is preserved with both Italian and Czech text. The formal presentations of Míca’s opera symphonies are of a remarkable quality and are similar to prae-classical sonata types emerging at that time (Symphony in D major).
F.V. Míca acted as conductor and composer for the music-loving Count Questenberk in Jaromerice.