XVIII a. II pusės Vilniaus vargonadarių mokyklos vargono prospektai

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Title:
XVIII a. II pusės Vilniaus vargonadarių mokyklos vargono prospektai
Alternative Title:
Organ cases by Vilnius organ building school of the 2nd half of the 18th c
In the Journal:
Menotyra. 2005, Nr. 2 (39), p. 23-29
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Vargonai; Vargonų prospektai; Vilniaus vargonų mokykla; Karaliaučiaus ir Vilniaus vargonų meistrai (J. J. Mosengelis; G. S. Caspari; A. G. Casparini; A. G. Zelle; J. Ch. Ungefugas; N. Jantzonas; J. Fr. Scheels; L. Klimowiczius).
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LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjami XVIII a. II pusės Vilniaus vargonadarių mokyklos vargonų prospektai, aktualizuojamas šios mokyklos savarankiškumo klausimas. Vilniaus mokyklos meistrų darbų originalumas grindžiamas vargonų prospekto architektūrine dalimi. Publikacijoje aptariama Vilniaus mokyklos kilmė, sąsajos ir panašumai su Karaliaučiaus mokykla, nagrinėjama prospektų evoliucija ir pateikiamos įvairios jų modifikacijos. Taip pat tęsiama Vilniaus barokinių vargonų klaidingos autorystės, priskiriant juos Karaliaučiaus meistrui A. G. Casparini, problema (rekonstruojamas Vilniaus Arkikatedros vargonų prospekto autentiškas veidas – N. Jantzono vargonų Budslavo bažnyčioje analogas). [Iš leidinio]

ENIn the 2nd half of the 18th c. a number of organ builders lived and worked in Vilnius. Though most of them were comers from German-speaking countries, Vilnius became their domicile, and here they established organ workshops. The organ building evolved influenced both by traditions of comer- masters and local artistic tendencies. So there formed a specific organ style of Lithuania, which today is called Vilnius Organ Building School of the 18th c. In the article, the organ cases by Vilnius Organ Building School of the 18th c. are discussed and the question of independence of this organ building school is brought up-todate. The architectural part of organ cases shows an unconventionality of Vilnius Organ Building masters. The history of Vilnius School is traced. The analogies of works by the organ builders Arendt Gerhardt Zelle, Johann Christoph Ungefug, Nicolaus Jantzon, Johann Friedrich Scheel, Ludwik Klimowicz to the organs by masters of the Königsberg organ building school (Johann Josua Mosengel, Georg Sigismund Caspari, Adam Gottlob Casparini) are fixed. Also, the article continues solving the problem of Vilnius baroque organs erroneously assigned to Königsberg organ builder A. G. Casparini (the opposite opinion is based on the authentic look of the Vilnius Cathedral organ case in the 18th c., which is analogous to the organ case made by N. Jantzon in the the Budslav church). An evolution of organ cases by Lithuanian organ builders is discussed also. The article presents ten archetypes of organ cases made by Vilnius Organ Building School of the 18th c. [From the publication]

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1392-1002; 2424-4708
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