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Onomatopoeia in the violin literature
Hamplová, Veronika ; Kubátová, Gabriela (advisor) ; Perglerová, Marka (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of onomatopoeia in violin literature. The thesis is focused on its defining characteristics and use in violin play. It deals with the connection between music and representation. The individual examples show what can be represented by music. The examples are chosen to cover different types of onomatopoeia in different eras. KEYWORDS Onomatopoeia, music, violin literature, violin technique, interpretation
The Pilsen Conservatory with a Focus on the Violin Department
Přibová, Marie ; Kubátová, Gabriela (advisor) ; Perglerová, Marka (referee)
The diploma thesis "The Pilsen Conservatory with a Focus on the Violin Department" first deals with historical contexts that are connected with important violin personalities of the Pilsen Conservatory. The first part presents historical events which are linked to significant violinists of the Conservatory in Pilsen. Its aim is to present complex overview of the teachers who worked at the Conservatory from its beginning and who contributed to the high level of the Violin department with their experienced work. The thesis also focuses on the important graduates who represented or still represent the school with their pedagogical and artistic success at diverse musical events either in the Czech Republic or abroad. The second part brings interesting interviews with the teachers and the graduates of the school. Among them the most interesting are the parts where the teachers explain the methodology, which they use in their lessons. From the point of view of the oral history the teachers' memories of their beginning with the violin, difficulties during the study or their life are also very interesting.
Folk customs. The Art Project for 1st Grade of Elementary School. (theoretical - project thesis)
KUBÁTOVÁ, Gabriela
This thesis is focused on the traditions and customs of the Czech lands. The aim was to connect as many educational areas as possible. Main emphasis was put on the visual rendering as well as the historical context of traditions and customs. The main objective was to create a exceptional complex of Czech uniques that can be used in the art lessons at primary school.
Correlation of Talent and Progression in Violin Playing
Bendová, Zuzana ; Kubátová, Gabriela (advisor) ; Perglerová, Marka (referee)
The diploma thesis called Correlation of Talent and Progression in Violin Playing is focused on the talent and aptitude for playing the violin. In the first place, it is concerned with the general terms of talent and aptitude and their diverse definitions and it brings findings and opinions of various theorists. It also discusses the difference between these two notions. Further, it narrows its focus on musical talent and related concepts, such as musical development of children, the inheritance of talent as well as brilliance. The second part of the theoretical part deals with the specifics of talent for playing the violin and important prerequisites for the interpret successful development of interpret. The practical part introduces eight semi-structured, qualitative interviews with professional violin players about their talent and musical development. The aim was to compare the theoretical findings with the real experience followed by a summary.
Violin Teaching Methods With the Focus on the Suzuki Method and Colourstrings Method
Kořenová, Zuzana ; Perglerová, Marka (advisor) ; Kubátová, Gabriela (referee)
The Diploma Thesis addresses the methods of teaching playing the violin and related teaching materials. The first part of the Thesis is devoted to traditional Czech schools, which are at the moment the most common resource material used at the Czech ZUS basic fine arts schools. I briefly introduce methodical materials intended for the education of beginners by Josef Micka and Magdalena Micková, Otakar Ševčík, Jan Čermák and Jaroslav Beran, Zdeněk Gola and Eva Bublová. The second part, being the centrepiece of the Thesis, is focused on two pedagogical methods which are non-Czech by origin - namely the Suzuki method and the Colourstrings method. Shinichi Suzuki created his method in post-war Japan and his accent in teaching playing an instrument is in the development of the potential of a person as well as the society, not really achieving true mastery in violin playing. The Thesis includes a description of its cornerstones and foundations. The last method addressed in the Thesis is the Colourstings method, emerging partly from the Suzuki method. Its author, Géza Szilvay, created it for his daughter, now a professional violinist. Szilvay is currently heavily involved in a tour of lectures on musical pedagogy and long-distance teaching projects. He is based at The East Helsinki Music Institute and...
Czech school viola play
Mokrá, Eva ; Tomášek, Jiří (advisor) ; Kubátová, Gabriela (referee)
I focus on viola performances in the Czech surroundings in my thesis. I follow the topic of my Bachelor thesis. I resume the history of the instrument playing in my introduction; then I follow the development to the string quartet from its origin - turn of the 19th and 20th centuries until today. I analyze the artistic career of some chosen quartets, which are characteristic for certain period. I especially take notice of important Czech viola players (Herold, Škampa). I introduce two contemporary figures of the viola play (Doležal, Pěruška) in the practical part and I offer comparison of the interpretations of Dvořák's compositions done by three different string quartets from different periods.
Development of Interpretation of the Playing th Violin During the Second Level of Education at Basic Schools of Arts
Zemanová, Marie ; Kubátová, Gabriela (advisor) ; Perglerová, Marka (referee)
The diploma thesis is focused on the development of interpretation of violin playing at the advanced level at music schools. The aim of the thesis is to go through different periods of music development and to deepen the quality of means of reproduction and develop basic principles of interpretation in advanced students on the basis of several selected compositions. Another objective is to handle the practising process of each composition creatively. The work is oriented practically and may become useful for violin teachers and advanced students. The problems connected with violin playing are treated from the point of view of performance. The teaching process goes from imagination to realization where the technical skills are means for the realization of imagination and, simultaneously, the final performance is a great deal influenced by the player's technical skills. Also, the possibilities how to develop musical imagination and accomplish successful realization of the process mentioned above are discussed. The central themes of the thesis are the development of interpretation of violin playing and the problems connected with it, both theoretical and practical. A scheme for the teaching process is defined and the possible ways of application of the scheme during practice are shown on examples of...

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