THE HISTORY OF CROATIAN MUSIC - VATROSLAV LISINSKI
  • Number: 109
  • THE HISTORY OF CROATIAN MUSIC - VATROSLAV LISINSKI
  • Vatroslav Lisinski Vatroslav Lisinski (b.in Zagreb, 8 July, 1819 - d. in Zagreb, 31 May, 1854), a composer who lived and worked in the turbulent time of the Illyrian National Revival, was a man of exquisite talent and fine sensibility. Timid and reserved, he nevertheless heralded the new, romantic period in music to his generation.
  • Value:
  • 2,2 HRK
  • Design:
  • Hrvoje Šercar, painter and graphic designer, Zagreb
  • Size:
  • 29,82 x 35,50 mm
  • Paper:
  • white 90g, gummed
  • Perforation:
  • 14, comb
  • Technique:
  • Multicolor Offset Printing
  • Printed by:
  • Zrinski d.d., Čakovec
  • Date of issue:
  • 20.06.1994.
  • Quantity:
  • 350000


In the same series:

POVIJEST HRVATSKE GLAZBE - KREŠIMIR BARANOVIĆPOVIJEST HRVATSKE GLAZBE-PAVLINSKA PJESMARICA
Linked products:
THE HISTORY OF CROATIAN MUSIC - KRESIMIR BARANOVIC
  • THE HISTORY OF CROATIAN MUSIC - KRESIMIR BARANOVIC
  • Krešimir Baranović Krešimir Baranović (b. in Šibenik, 25 July, 1894 - d. Belgrade, 17 September 1975) was one of the most outstanding Croatian composers of the 20th century. He acquired a very profound and extensive musical education in Zagreb, Vienna and Berlin.
  • Date of issue: 20.06.1994.
THE HISTORY OF CROATIAN MUSIC - The Pauline song-book
  • THE HISTORY OF CROATIAN MUSIC - The Pauline song-book
  • The Pauline song-book (1644) is a part of the large script the Pauline codex, which is housed in the National University Library in Zagreb. The codex is a compilation of various liturgical text, religious songs in Latin and in the Kajkavian literary dialect.
  • Date of issue: 20.06.1994.
Annual set 1994