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Musical instruments manufacturing in the Czech Republic
Šustová, Karolina ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (advisor) ; BĚLOR, Roman (referee)
The thesis analyses musical instruments manufacturing in the Czech Republic or to be more precise, guitar manufacturing. This specific segment, being both art and craft, is introduced from different perspectives. The first section is focused on history of manufacturing from the first half of the 20th century till now. From available sources I put together a list of active manufacturers and point to their affiliation with important organisations which associate them. Based on the facts gathered through my communication with manufacturers and my research I come to an average output, export breadth and the means of distribution. I also focus on client relations, attracting new ones and the overall competitiveness. In the final section I analyse the manufacturing itself – the types, actual trends, innovations and manufacturers´ preferences when it comes to components.
The Meaning and Role of ČT art in the Musical Life of the Czech Republic
Mochnáčová, Michaela ; BĚLOR, Roman (advisor) ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with an approaching the deeper knowledge of the cultural TV channel ČT art which started its broadcasting o of August 2013 and nowadays is the one best-evaluated TV channel with the regard to the satisfaction of television viewers. The first chapter of the thesis is focused on the organizational structure of Česká televize, the council of Česká televize its statute, the codex and the ethical panel and the laws under which it is governed. The second chapter is about the origin of ČT art and the dramaturgy of its TV shows. The third chapter describes the viewing of ČT art in overall audience measurement of Česká televize as well as the viewing of the particular music programs on ČT art. The fourth chapter contains the basics overview of the budget based on Česká televize´s annual reports focusing on cultural shows and its production financial aspect including musical shows. The final chapter is dedicated to the International TV Festival Zlatá Praha which is closely connected with ČT art.
Organization and dramaturgy of leading jazz festivals in Czech republic
Pohlreichová, Tereza ; BĚLOR, Roman (advisor) ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (referee)
The main theme of this bachelor’s thesis is organization and dramaturgy of leading jazz festivals in the Czech republic. The first chapter of this thesis briefly talks about the history of jazz in our area, the second one includes an overview of main Czech jazz festivals. The third chapter focuses on economic situation and mainly the dramaturgy of three well-known Czech jazz festivals and its development in last five years. The last chapter deals with the meaning of local festivals for Czech jazz scene, from both domestic and international viewpoint. Sources used for this thesis were mainly documents provided by festivals this thesis is focused on and also interviews and correspondence with the directors of the forementioned festivals and active jazz players as well.
Fundraising, sponsorship and donorship in British cultural institutions (in comparison with the Czech Republic)
Nguyenová, Duyen Monika ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (advisor) ; BĚLOR, Roman (referee)
This work deals with fundraising and its comparison between selected British and Czech cultural institutions. The first part is dedicated to defining the concept of fundraising, its principles and segmentation. Subsequently the work contains a description of donorship and its reflection in the tax system in the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom. In conjunction with state financing, the issue of tax assignations in culture is analysed. In the second part of this work, different financing and approaches to donations and donorship are described and compared to selected institutions (Royal Opera House, London Symphony Orchestra, Czech National Theatre, Czech Philharmonic).
The Funding of Music Education in the Czech Republic
Piatková, Patricie ; RADOK ŽÁDNÁ, Ingeborg (advisor) ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (referee)
The thesis deals with the issues of financing music education in the Czech Republic. The education field is analysed and linked to finance. Music education copying general education is characterised. It consists of three stages – elementary, middle and higher specialised education.The thesis draws from analyses of the Ministry of Education and annual reports on the economic mangement of educational organisations. This is supported by charts containing budget data, numbers of facilities and numbers of students at individual education stages.
Practice of pruduction and realization of older musical works historically not yet presented
Veselá, Barbora ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (advisor) ; BĚLOR, Roman (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with a approaching the issue of realization of older musical works historically not yet presented. The first part of the thesis is focused on more theoretical research of music works in archives and then dealing with the music sheets and troubles connected with of works from 18. century and older. The second part of the thesis is focused on the practical part of the realization of the projects focused on older musical works. There are chapters about founding, dramaturgy and Public Relations including information about paid and unpaid advertising.
Digital Music Piracy in the Czech republic
Ochmanová, Magdaléna ; RADOK ŽÁDNÁ, Ingeborg (advisor) ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor´s thesis describes piracy in the context of digital music in the Czech republic. At the beginning I focus on the history of piracy in the field of art and I present the first law copyright system protecting author‘s rights. Additionally I analyse piracy in the music industry and its process and manners. The aim of this thesis is to clarify use of music protected by copyright. What is the danger of illegaly shared and downloaded music in the Czech republic? I explore author´s rights in the Czech legislation as well as in the European context. At the end of this thesis I present Czech organizations which were established to protect author´s rights and I answer the question whether the protection is sufficient.
Pecková Černá, Martina ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (advisor) ; HYVNAR, Jan (referee)
The doctoral thesis The Performing Arts (Music, Theatre, Dance) and Cultural Policy in Central Europe focuses on the relationship of the state administration and performing arts in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Austria and Germany. It includes an overview of basic strategic documents of the state cultural policy in the Central European countries, on incorporation of the term of performing arts into the concept of cultural and creative industries and the economic classification as well as analysis of statistical evidence of theatre, music and dance in the selected countries. Furthermore, the thesis focuses on the field of culture from the point of view of the state administration, on the structure of state administration responsible for the management of culture as a whole and on state institutions established by state authorities responsible for performing arts. The analysis of subsidy tools for support of performing arts is also included.
Organization of organ festivals
Beránková, Michaela ; BĚLOR, Roman (advisor) ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (referee)
This bachelor's thesis is dedicated to organization of organ festivals. Its target is to create a list of all Czech organ festivals and analyse their way of organizing. In the first part, it defines the term „festival“ and outlines history of classical music festivals in the world and in the Czech Republic. The thesis continues with a survey of the most significant organ festivals in the world and a list of all organ festivals in the Czech Republic during the years 2016-2017. The second part contains detailed analysis of five festivals (Mezinárodní varhanní festival Olomouc, Brněnský varhanní festival, Mezinárodní varhanní festival Audite Organum, Český varhanní festival a Terezínský varhanní festival) and its organization, which emerges from interviews with organizers. There are also examples of suspended festivals. The last part summarizes the gained knowledge and it is a general manual for organizing an organ festival.
Stejskalová, Sylva ; TICHÝ, Vladimír (advisor) ; ŠTILEC, Jiří (referee)
Recording direction became during 20-century full-fledgede artistic profession. It has developed next to the recording technology from the first hints alongside the phonofraph up to indespensable part of the digital multichannel recording process. Its story has filled the lives of many significant personalities, especially composers, conductors, musicologists. Theirs artificial credit corresponds the difficulty, ensuing the principle of the sound record – mirror of the musical composition and its unique interpretation. The interest to research the spirit of recording direction has emerged from vagues opinions about function of the recording direciton and the sound engineer. Where are theirs mutual boundaries. The listening of a record doesn’t show the influence of the recording direction during its creation. It is possible to co mpare to day knowledge of recording direction posture with the memoirs important personalities artificial world and recording industy. Historical sources and literature are next to the historial recordings only sources of information. The mapping of all the activities of the recording direction and detailed classification rice a division, innternally strongly linked with phases of recording process and types of recordings. They are parallel actions with high pretention of concentration. Umbrella – feature of recording direction is psychology of the communication with the interpreters and the members of recording crew. The recording direction is a part of the recording proces even out of big procuctions of complicated projects. Recorded music needs the supervision and to be assessed from the point of view of the sound quality and musical content of the interpretation, which are stored in the record unchangeable. Recording direction is latently present in every recording project, albeit done by some other vicarious person.

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