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Form (conventional) versus musical language (new)
Molin, Andrzej ; BEZDĚK, Jiří (advisor) ; KREJČA, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on fuges by Johann Sebastian Bach´s Well Tempered Clavier and Dmitrij Shostakovich´s 24 Preludes and Fugues. It analyses components and time development of chosen pieces. Subsequently, it offers a deeper characteristics of the musical language of D. Shostakovich.
Different musical-theoretical concepts of harmonic function
Andělová, Aneta ; TICHÝ, Vladimír (advisor) ; BEZDĚK, Jiří (referee)
Master thesis is focused on one of the themes of musical theory, which are harmonic functions. First, it deals with the origin, general characteristics and marking of harmonic functions. In connection with the theme, mention is also made of harmonic dualism and monism. The main chapter deals first with the occurrence of the term of harmonic function in selected Czech and foreign dictionaries, it is also focused on concepts of publications and studies. Part of the thesis is a concept of its own, which is based on the analysis of period literature. Master thesis is intended to introduce the way of thinking and the concept of individual authors.
Mapping the Musical Language of Albanian Composers in the Context of European Compositional Style
Prifti, Egli ; VIČAR, Jan (advisor) ; BEZDĚK, Jiří (referee)
This dissertation is invested in both a historical consideration of the Albanian musical culture from antiquity to modern days and an examination of specific features of Albanian modern music as depicted by the individual communicative aspects of the musical language used by contemporary Albanian composers. From this perspective, this research work demonstrates how extensively the musical culture in this area is entangled with a variety of influences ranging from its deep cultural traditions embedded in its music folklore, accompanied by traditional musical instruments specific of the two main geographical distributions Geg (North) and Tosk (South), to the foreign influences coming from the Albanian diaspora during the powerful social and political developments of the 19 th and 20th century in Europe, which influenced, sometimes unexpectedly and even paradoxically, the very nature of the Albanian modern music. Methodologically, the focus of this thesis is on the stylistic analysis of selected compositions by leading contemporary Albanian composers. The examination of their compositional style and individual music language proves that, despite distinct differences in the way they worked with their music material before the fall of Communism in 1990 and afterwards, the Albanian composers – in addition to some contemporary compositional techniques that are unique even on the international arena – constitute the dominating influence in the Albanian national musical landscape. Over the last three decades Albanian composers have achieved a remarkably unique style synthesis: their musical language is both original and at the same time well-integrated within the polystyle context of the postmodern direction in the European music culture. The international achievements of several acclaimed Albanian contemporary composers also indicate the fact that, even after years of Communist isolation, the Albanian music has earned a place of its own in the international music world.
The Artistic Contribution of the Musical Component of Libuše Kurková's Pedagogical Work in the System of Music and Movement Education
Nečasová, Jindra ; Bezděk, Jiří (advisor) ; Kodejška, Miloš (referee) ; Jenčková, Eva (referee)
The Artistic Contribution of the Musical Component of Libuše Kurková's Pedagogical Work in the System of Music and Movement Education ABSTRACT The dissertation The Artistic Contribution of the Musical Component of Libuše Kurková's Pedagogical Work in the System of Music and Movement Education is a musical theoretical and musical pedagogical reflection, dealing first of all with the compositions by contemporary Czech authors linked with Libuše Kurková's choreographies. It is a musical component of movement games, dance choreographies, book publications and methodical manuals, radio programs for children, artistic documents, etc. It highlights the typical features of Libuše Kurková's pedagogical work, its novelty and its originality. It shows that she was ahead of her time, anticipating current musical pedagogical theories and conclusions from the research in the relation between music and movement. The dissertation brings the musical analysis of Zdeněk Lukáš's unpublished manuscripts. Of course, it also focuses on published compositions of the whole musical component of Libuše Kurková's work (P. Eben, Z. Lukáš, J. N. Nardelli etc.) as well as on her colourful texts and original ideas how to use them. As has been said, the work of Libuše Kurková is a certain phenomenon of the time, and it is therefore most...
Significant personalities of the Czech piano pedagogy of the twentieth century
Rezek, Michal ; Gregor, Vít (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee) ; Bezděk, Jiří (referee)
The work "Significant personalities of the Czech piano pedagogy of the twentieth century" is part of a long-term research focused on Czech piano pedagogy and its development in the twentieth century. The individual chapters deal with pedagogical competencies of prominent personalities of our piano pedagogy, taking into account the tradition and interdependence of secondary and tertiary education focused on the natural cultural metropolis of Prague and Brno. Part of this is the history of the establishment and activity of individual musical institutes. Biographical medallions are devoted to significant personalities with data of their own artistic development, concert and pedagogical activities, used pedagogical methods and the results of their work, including the most successful pupils. The work also includes the activities of pedagogues within the long-term work at other conservatories as well as personalities of Czech pedagogy who have been educated at our institutes but worked abroad. Based on the summary of all the acquired knowledge, an outline of generation continuity and development of the Czech piano pedagogy of the twentieth century is elaborated. KEY WORDS piano, pedagogue, personality, piano school, Czech piano pedagogy, teaching methods.
Literature of the solo accordion by Czech authors post 1960 and its pedagogical outcome
Dlouhý, Radek ; Bezděk, Jiří (advisor) ; Douša, Eduard (referee) ; Meisl, Jan (referee)
This dissertation work is concerned with Czech composers who composed for the solo accordion. These composers cover a range of individual generations of composition from the earliest born through to the youngest. There is a brief introduction to each composer along with their compositions for solo accordion including the characteristics of each individual composition and the circumstances of their creation. The dissertation work then presents the chronological development of Czech compositions for the solo accordion from the very beginning up to the present. It is also focuses on the teaching of the accordion within the context of the Czech education system. A very important part of this work is the evaluation of a survey conducted in the form of a questionnaire addressing teachers of the accordion at Czech conservatoires which was a probe into the current situation regarding the teaching of this instrument and the utilization of compositions for the accordion for teaching. This work should profit pedagogy of the accordion in the Czech Republic and should assist in its orientation with regards to the original literature for the accordion.
Lyrics and music in the spiritual;Spirituals in recent form according to their lyric element, interpretation and pedagogical use
Minářová Výborná, Terezie ; Nedělka, Michal (advisor) ; Bezděk, Jiří (referee) ; Kuhn, Tomáš (referee)
The dissertation work deals with the topic of Afro-American spiritual songs especially spirituals which are viewed from more aspects. The first part deals with the evaluation and critical attitude to the accessible Czech and foreign literature. Next part shows the moments of progress of the Afro-American spiritual music. There is also a special part explaining the definitions of certain expressions and circumstances and conditions of the progress of those songs and their changing. It also touches the problems which the Afro-American slaves struggled with and which are reflected in their songs. The work also puts accent on their influence on other types and genres of music. Then the work also pays attention to important people who did a lot for the progress and recent form of spirituals. The main topic of this work presents the beauty of those songs which comes out especially from the complex analysis. It deals especially with the details of the lyrics which are the base for other elements like melodic, rhythmical and harmonic disposal. The lyrics of those traditional songs seem to be very simple and uncomplicated at first sight but after a deeper understanding other aspects can be found like the biblical basis, deepness of the religion of the Afro-American slaves and also a never ending hope for a...
Chamber Songs in the Production of the Group Manes for the Contemporary School Needs
Brábek, Ladislav ; Nedělka, Michal (advisor) ; Vrchotová-Pátová, Jarmila (referee) ; Bezděk, Jiří (referee)
CHARLES UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE, FACULTY OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC EDUCATION Chamber Songs in the Production of the Group Mánes for the Contemporary School Needs Abstract of dissertation PhDr. Ladislav Brábek Prague, 2011 CONTENT content...........................................................................................................................................2 ENTRANCE.....................................................................................................................................3 MetodologY ....................................................................................................................................4 The key method of work has become general to the particular procedure. Manes Music Group present the first broad historical context, then focus on the history of Czech inter-war song works again in the broader context of the time and in light of the generational conflict with the clear victory of style-oriented modern composers. Only then, then I highlight the individual as a representative composer of chamber song works for voice with piano accompaniment, song cycle for selecting general characteristics and only one detail analytically interpret the songs chosen on the basis of the above...
Eduard Douša's Piano Music
Benešová, Eva ; Palkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Gregor, Vít (referee) ; Bezděk, Jiří (referee)
The subject of the thesis is piano works of the contemporary composer Eduard Douša. The aim of the thesis was to incorporate the composer in the context of the Czech (Czechoslovak) music of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. The thesis further describes the development of the composer's piano works for more than forty years. Individual features of piano music were studied from the following points of view: a) complex analysis considering tectonic, harmonic, melodic, polyphonic and stylisation aspects b) research focussed on the didactic aspects - namely with regard to Eduard Douša's comprehensive instructive piano literature c) the viewpoint of interpretation, as the author of the thesis is simultaneously an interpret of contemporary music and her repertoire includes a wide range of both concert and chamber pieces of Eduard Douša. The result of the thesis is the characteristics of the composer's music and its incorporation in the context of music development. The thesis further reflects historical background related to the composer's life. Analytical parts of the work are provided with extracts from Douša's pieces and the appendix contains the list of piano works and complete works of Eduard Douša. The thesis comprises the complete notation material of all piano compositions -...
Lyrics and music in the spiritual;Spirituals in recent form according to their lyric element, interpretation and pedagogical use
Minářová Výborná, Terezie ; Nedělka, Michal (advisor) ; Bezděk, Jiří (referee)
OF DISERTATIONAL THESIS Name and surname of author : Terezie Minářová Výborná Institution: School of Music Faculty of Education, Charles University in Prague Name of thesis: Word and music in Afroamerican spirituals - Spirituals in Their Contemporary Forms With a View to Interpretation and Pedagogical Utility Leader of the dissertational thesis: Prof. PaedDr. Michal Nedělka, Dr. No. of symbols: 512 671 No. of attachments: 5 pieces in sheet music + 5 audio pieces (at one attached CD) No. of literature items: 91 Keywords: Afroamerican spirituals, Afroamerican spiritual music, gospels/gospel songs, interpretation, pedagogical utility, slave, Christianity The dissertation work deals with the topic of Afro-American spiritual songs especially spirituals. The first part deals with the evaluation and critical attitude to the accessible Czech and foreign literature. Next part shows the moments of progress of the Afro-American spiritual music. There is also a special part explaining the definitions of certain expressions and circumstances and conditions of the progress of those songs and their changing. The work also puts accent on their influence on other types and genres of music. Then the work also pays attention to important people who did a lot for the progress and recent form of spirituals. It also...

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