IV. DAYS OF SPIRITUAL MUSIC - CRO PATRIA ‘98.

CANTICUM NOVUM (for new compositions)

The award made by the Expert Council of the Croatian Composers' Society

  • GOLD        Josip Magdić: Ljudje moi-juže zima
  • SILVER     Pero Gotovac: Molitva za smirenje
  • BRONZE    Branko Okmaca: Bože, koj’ sjaj  daješ zvijezdama


Audience Award

  • GOLD         Nikša Njirić: Dođite, kličimo!


KATEDRALA (for the performance of new compositions)
The award made by the Expert Council of Jeunesses Musicales Split

  • GOLD       Djevojački zbor KUD Jedinstvo - Split
                       
    Conductor: Danica ZAIĆ
  • SILVER    Mješoviti zbor Floridus - Split
          
                  Conductor: Ivana RUDIĆ - MITROVIĆ
  • BRONZE   Komorni zbor Umjetničke škole Luka Sorkočević - Dubrovnik
                       
    Conductor: Margit CETINIĆ


Audience Award

  • GOLD         Djevojački zbor KUD Jedinstvo - Split
                         
    Conductor: Danica ZAIĆ


SANCTUS ANASTASIUS (for the most successful spiritual chanson)

The award made by the Expert Council of CROATIAN COMPOSERS ASSOCIATION


                                Jakša Bralić: Ave Maria



FRA BERNARDIN SPLIĆANIN  (for new lyrics)
Plaque ST. Francis on the Coast


The award made by the Expert Council of the Croatian Writers

                                Danijel Načinović: Bože, koj’ sjaj daješ zvijezdama

ZVUCI BAŠTINE (for reviving songs from the Croatian musical heritage) JM Split

  • Josip RAFFAELLI (1767-1843): Motetto pel Corpus Domini
    Performance: Gradski zbor Brodosplit i Jakša Darlić, glasovir – Split /  Conductor: Vlado SUNKO
  • Josip LAMPERINI (?-1825) / (Pero Gotovac): Miserere No 2
    Performance: Gradski zbor Brodosplit i Komorni orkestar Gospe od Zdravlja – Split
    Solo performers:    Branko Kljaković, tenor i Jure Ostojić, bass
    Conductor: Vlado SUNKO

 

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Host festival - City Split

 
Host festival is the city Split, the second largest city in Croatia. The city center of Split is the old Diocletian's palace from the 4th century AD (under UNESCO’s protection since 1979), which makes it a unique example in the world. Split is an important Croatian, Mediterranean cultural center, second largest university center in Croatia and after Zagreb has the highest number of diplomatic, consular or representative offices of international organizations in Croatia.

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Why visit Split

 
Natural Beauty
Croatia is one of the ecologically best preserved parts of Europe. Croatia is blessed with outstanding natural beauty and it is a real pearl of the Balkan Peninsula with numerous historical parks and protected nature and national parks. In terms of geography alone, Split stands out. The unique combination of rolling hills, the ocean, forests, and a great climate make it a true gem in the European crown.

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