Plánický, Josef Antonín

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Plánický, Josef Antonín

Plánický, Josef Antonín , Bohemian composer; b. Manětín, Nov. 27, 1691; d. Freising, Bavaria, Sept. 17, 1732. He was a tutor to the children of Countess Maria Gabriela Lažanska. After travels in Bohemia, Moravia, and Austria, he entered the service of the duke-bishop’s musical entourage in Freising as a singer and instrumentalist in 1722. He also was active as a teacher at the seminary. Plánický wrote the opera Zelus divi corbinrani eccesiae frisingensis fundamentum (Freising, Oct. 7, 1724) and a fine vol. of 12 solo motets as Opella ecclesiantica seu Ariae duodecim nova idea exornatae.

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