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Parallelism as a principle of multi-voice leading
Kliment, Henrich ; FILAS, Juraj (advisor) ; GEMROT, Jiří (referee)
The text focuses on parallel motion of voices as a type of multi-voice leading, as an element or a factor in process of composition in the context of music theory, and also in the context of different periods of history of music from prehistory to the present with the main consideration for the use in my own latest work. The first part of the text deals with the concept of melodic and harmonic parallel voice leading regarding to its sound quality and functional meaning in a musical piece. The second part is a chronological interpretation of the conventions of using the principle of parallel voice leading in the process of composition or interpretation in terms of individual periods of history of music.
Notation of multimetric and polyrhytmic structures
Wajsar, Petr ; Riedlbauch, Václav (advisor) ; Kurz, Ivan (referee) ; Gemrot, Jiří (referee)
This thesis deals with the possibilities of notation of multimetric and polyrhytmic structures. The first part is a resume of general terminology of musical cinetics, the second part includes audition and interpretation tests, the third part is a demonstration of some compositions with the use of multimetrics and polyrhytm.
Russian music of 20th century and its influence on the czech production
Aslamas, Anton ; Kurz, Ivan (advisor) ; Loudová, Ivana (referee) ; Gemrot, Jiří (referee)
The goal of my work is above all to point out the mutual interconnection of two Slavonic cultures in the field of music. I laid out this goal also for the reason that in the last twenty years these bonds appear to have fallen into oblivion or not to be much in the center of interest of the public. The first chapter surveys the social situation in Russia of the last century and its impact on music. Further I consecrated each chapter to one of five great artists of the era ? I. Stravinsky, S. Prokofiev, D. Shostakovich, S. Gubaidulina and A. Schnittke. I also mentioned other composers whose artistic significance is ratter smaller than the significance of the great artists referred to above. Then follows the most important part of my work ? analysis of concrete examples of influence of Russian music on the Czech music. I particularly devoted myself to S. Havelka's Symphony No. 1 by, V. Sommer's Vocal symphony, L. Fišer's /Sonata for piano/ No. 4; by O. Kvěch's Metamorphosis for violin solo and cord quintet and finally V. Tichý's Sonata for piano on the theme of Sergei Prokofiev.
The principle of polystyling in the composition Das Blaumeer by Helmut Oehring from the point of view of the influence on my composing
Kadeřábek, Jiří ; Loudová, Ivana (advisor) ; Slavický, Milan (referee) ; Gemrot, Jiří (referee)
By this work I am presenting the composition Das Blaumeer by contemporary composer Helmut Oehring, I am explaining reasons and results of Oehring´s original attitude to composition with the accent on the polystyling and I am giving examples of his influence on my composing.
Problem of style contrapozition
Sommer, Lukáš ; Kurz, Ivan (advisor) ; Gemrot, Jiří (referee) ; Riedlbauch, Václav (referee)
Intention of dissertation is going a limit of style contraprozition, inflicting contrapozition on thought - creative stream and marking to classification of poly - style. Withing framework of philosophy - literary penetration, style contraposition is confront with related literary method "double - coding".
Statics and dynamics in a music form
Plachká, Michaela ; Filas, Juraj (advisor) ; Loudová, Ivana (referee) ; Gemrot, Jiří (referee)
This work is about a phenomenon of contrast in point of view of contemporary music.

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