GEORGI NIKOLOV BAKARDZHIEV-YANTARSKI BETWEEN SLAVONIC STUDIES AND MUSICOLOGY (HIS CONTRIBUTION TO STUDYING THE CZECH-BULGARIAN CULTURAL AND MUSICAL RELATIONS)
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The article analyses the contribution of Georgi Nikolov Bakardzhiev-Yantarski (1905–1976) to studying the Czech-Bulgarian cultural and musical relations (journal Slovanský přehled [Slavonic Review]. He graduated a comprehensive school in Plovdiv in 1924 and lived and worked in Prague (approx. 1924–1953). The article focuses on his professional life as a librarian (from 1929 in the Slavonic Library) and musicologist, his contacts with Bulgarians and with his university teacher – the musicologist Zdeněk Nejedlý). In addition, the article provides a description of his Czech manuscript monograph study Czech-Bulgarian Relations in Music (1951).
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