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This is a small house with the composer's piano and some artifacts on display. It won't take you long - a half-hour at most - to examine them. But if you love this great composer's music it's worth a short trip out of your way...More
Surprisingly, you can easily walk past this small house situated behind the old opera house, close to the Continental hotel. In fact, I did! A few times!
It is interesting that such a world-renowned composer should have lived in such modest (albeit pleasant) surroundings. For...More
Janáček lived in this little house from 1910 until his death in 1928. There is a modest exhibition and some interesting documentaries to see. It is a surprisingly small house for such a creative and important life. If you love Janáček and you're in Brno,...More
This small house contains a treasure of Janacek memorabilia. One room has chairs so visitors can view videos of Janacek's works. A second room is the parlor which houses Janacek's grand piano, desk and furnishings. The third room contains autographs of scores (including Jenufa and...More
This Memorial is best visited by those passionate about Janacek's life and work. Well trained and educated staff available to share their knowledge and expertise. Furnishings from his home and original scores available to peruse.
I visited with a Czech colleague, who translated for me the heartbreaking note Janáček wrote in which he recorded the two final utterances of his dying daughter Olga, with musical notation giving the melody of her speech as he heard it. I was struck by...More
It's very nice to visit here since this the actual place that Leos Janacek dwelt and where he composed many great works. It's very interested to see his personal items, including his baton, his metronome, his piano, his passport as well as many of his...More
Not that far from the center of town by foot is Jancek's most charming house where he spent his last, fruitful, years. After a delay to ring the appropriate bells, we were greeted by a charming hostess (I think we spoke German after mutual greeting...More
Janacek's house is a well-presented museum, including a room with his piano, beautifully preserved. Next door is the Janacek Archives which is by far the most important collection anywhere of his manuscripts and letters. Friendly, welcoming, enthusiastic and very well-informed staff. A superb place for...More