- Performer Jakub Jan Ryba
- Title Böhmische Hirtenmesse
- Style Romantic
- Other formats ASF AU AC3 APE AIFF XM VOX
- Genre Classical
- Size MP3 1995 mb
- Size FLAC 1436 mb
- Rating: 4.1
- Votes: 859
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Jakub Jan Ryba "Böhmische Hirtenmesse". Hamburger Knabenchor St. Nikolai. Record Label Signum, SIGX20-00. Year of production 1988. Jakub Jan Ryba (extract:) Böhmische Hirtenmesse.
Album · 2011 · 9 Songs. By Jakub Jan Ryba, Mass Text & Traditional. 5. Missa pastoralis bohemica, "Hej, mistre", (Hail, Master!): Offertorium.
Jakub Jan Ryba: Violin Concertos, Cello Concerto. Ryba: 3 Pastorellas; Czech Christmas Mass. Ryba: 2 String Quartets, 2 Flute Quartets. Listen to Ryba: Böhmische Hirtenmesse (Bohemian Shepherd Mass) now. Listen to Ryba: Böhmische Hirtenmesse (Bohemian Shepherd Mass) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Jakub Šimon Jan Ryba (October 26, 1765 – April 8, 1815) was a Czech teacher and composer of classical music. His most famous work is Czech Christmas Mass "Hey, Master!" (Česká mše vánoční "Hej mistře!"). Ryba was born in Přeštice near Plzeň. His father was a schoolteacher, which was a very poorly paid occupation at the time. In 1780 Ryba went to Prague, where he studied at the Piarist gymnasium. His teacher Cassianus Hanel taught him music.
Danke vielmals allen Schwyz: Feiern Sie mit uns Dienstag, 2. 2. 2018, 1. 0 Uhr in Martin Kirche Werk: Missa pastoralis bohemica, von Jan Ryba. 21 December 2018 at 06:26 ·. Schwyz: Feiern Sie mit uns Dienstag, 2.
Gundlach, Klaus-Juergen (1996) Neuerscheinungen: "Missa pastoralis bohemica ("Böhmische Hirtenmesse," von Jakub Jan Ryba. View it in the Music Periodicals Database.
Jakub Šimon Jan Ryba (surname also Poisson, Peace, Ryballandini, Rybaville; 26 October 1765 – 8 April 1815) was a Czech teacher and composer of classical music. His teacher Cassianus Hanel taught him music
Böhmische Hirtenmesse. Arrangement: Choral-Mixed accompanied (CHOR). Jan Jakub Ryba’s Pastoral Mass from 1796 is a prototype of this genre. It was set in Czechoslovakian and filled with a conscious simple, folk-like musicality, which every villager in Ryba’s time could understand.