We will commemo rate the anniversary of the death of Leos Janacek with his underperformed cantata Amarus followed by the Glagolitic
or "The Spoken Word" (hlahol or glagol in the Old Slavic meant "to speak") was somewhat similar to the modern Cyrillic script of Russia and Bulgaria.
He recently played the solo part in Janacek's Glagolitic
Mass with the Halle and Mark Elder.
But their most recent performance of Janacek's Glagolitic
Mass, under conductor Graham Jordan Ellis, fell short of their normally high musical mark.
The Philharmonia Orchestra, under Sir Charles Mackerras, will be performing Janacek's mighty Glagolitic
Mass on Monday with an impressive line-up of singers - Christine Brewer, Louise Winter, John Mac Master and Neal Davies - and Birmingham's city organist Thomas Trotter.
A spot in the middle of the island boasts the oldest known Glagolitic
, or proto-Croatian, writing tablet.
A performance of two 20th century masterpieces - Kurtasg's Stele and Janacek's Glagolitic
Tonight's opening concert at St David's Hall in Cardiff features Symphony No 4 which Dvorak wrote at the start of his career, and will culminate in Janacek's immense Glagolitic
The concert ends with Janacek's Glagolitic
Mass, the blazing choral work that launched Davis' BBC career.
The centrepiece of the First Night is the blazing choral work Glagolitic
Mass by Janacek which launched Chief Conductor Sir Andrew Davis's (right) BBC career.
Alekseev, asserts that Thomas More must have had some knowledge of Glagolitic
letters and South Slavic family cooperatives (see Alekseev).
His account suggests that for Serbs the "Old Church Slavonic" of the Cyrilian liturgy, and similarly for Croats the Glagolitic
liturgy, fulfilled a function in the respective shaping of Serbian and Croatian nationalism analogous to that performed by the English Bible and Prayer Book.