Hudební Matice

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History

Hudební Matice was a Czech music publishing company that was founded in 1871 in Prague as a sheet music publishing arm of Umelecka beseda (The Artistic Forum) in Prague, operating as a legal entity between 1871-1951. In 1962, its assets, and most importantly its catalog, were transferred to Statni hudebni nakladatelstvi, the predecessor of Editio Supraphon. With the last legal successor of Supraphon, Editio Praga which ceased to exist in 2000, the original catalog of Hudebni Matice is now in public domain.


Imprints, Agencies, Addresses

Issues after 1948, with "H " prefix, go in Editio Supraphon.

Plate Numbers

Plate Composer Work Year
H.M.U.B. 13 Novák Slovak Songs (books 1,2?) 1920
H.M.223 Novák Youth Suite, Op.55 (1922?)
H.M.230 Janáček Violin Sonata 1922
H.M.294 Suk Bagatela 'With Nosegay in Hand' 1923
H.M.305 Novák Slovak Songs (book 3, Newmarch transl.) 1923
H.M.309 Suk 4 Episody 1924
H.M.310 Suk About Friendship, Op.36 1944*
H.M.329 Janáček Taras Bulba 1925
H.M.339 Janáček 1.X.1905 1924
H.M.371 Janáček Concertino 1925
H.M.396 Foerster Wind Quintet, Op.95 1927
H.M.412-14 Janáček Lašské Tance 1928
H.M.589 Martinů Impromptu, H.166 (score, pt) 1934
H.M.704 Janáček In The Mists 1938
H.M.711 Kapralova Dubnova Preludia, Op.13 1938
H.M.723 Dussek La Consolation, Op.62 1949*
H.M.816 Suk Album Leaf in F major 1943
H.M.833 Janáček Zdenka Variations [1944]
H.M.935 Janáček The Diary of One Who Disappeared
H.M.854 Dvořák Rusalka, Op.114
H.M.1080 Janáček 15 Moravian Folksongs 1950
H.M.1231 Janáček Music for club swinging 1950

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