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Life and compositions of Josef Matthias Wolfram - especialy the opera Bergmönch
Pavlis, Matouš ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Hilscherová, Lucie (referee)
The aim of this Thesis is to introduce Josef Wolfram, a composer and a former mayor of town of Teplice. Wolfram's life and works are presented using period resources. Special emphasis is laid on the analysis of the form and content of the opera Bergmönch. Wolfram's musical style is described using selected parts of this opera. The Thesis concludes by a description of Wolfram's legacy and efforts of raising awareness of his story.
Choir tradition in Karlovy Vary with the focusing on Karlovy Vary choir
Rezek, Jan ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Veverková, Jana (referee)
This thesis is focused on choral traditions in the city of Karlovy Vary. It maps music and social life in the city from the 19th century to the present, including some of the major personalities in music. It also concentrates on all the important choir bodies that were or still are active and which were important for the cultural life of the city. Emphasis is placed primarily on the Karlovy Vary Choir, the longest-performing choir in the city, including all choirmasters who participated in the running and artistic leadership of the choir. Memories of the oldest members of the choir, emeritus or still active, are also incorporated. At the end of the thesis, the repertoire of the choir and the pictorial attachment are presented.
Historically informed interpretation of Rennaisance and Baroque vocal music
Svoboda, Čeněk ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee) ; Hlávková, Lenka (referee)
This dissertation thesis Historically informed interpretation of Rennaisance and Baroque vocal music is focusing on phenomenon, which plays an important role in the interpetation of early music from 1970. The text describes the historical, musicological, interpretative and padagogical aspects. The author is drawing from interviews with important europian interprets of early music, that have been realized during studies for the front czech musical journal Harmonie. The author also draws from his longlasting experience in profesional interpreting of early music and conducting student choir and amateur choirs. The first part of the thesis is focused on definition for the whole phenomenon, its historical development and current guidelines, and it introduces important musicians in early music. Using two different recordings of the same musical material the author is trying to describe, what exactly is the historical added value of informed intepretation. In the next part the historical periods of Rennaisance and Baroque are divided into five different aesthetic chapters and in each of them the thesis tries to answer the basic questions of interpretation. Separate chapters are dedicated to different pronunciation of Latin and to possible use of the early music in student choirs. The goal of the text is...
Tradition and present of musical ensembles in Rychnov nad Kněžnou
Čižinská, Klára ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Dvořáková, Jiřina (referee)
The base theme of diploma thesis is the musical life with a focus on musical ensembles in Rychnov nad Kněžnou. At first the history of the town and its musical evolution is presented. In the next part of the thesis the active musical ensembles in Rychnov nad Kněžnou are discussed. They are for example the Rychnov Children's Choir of Carmina, Praus Choir and the X-tet and the Rychnov Temple Choir. There are also instrumental ensembles working at the ZUŠ of Rychnov nad Kněžnou: Sarabanda Flute ensemble, Orecchie grandi String Orchestra, Orecchie piccole String Orchestra, Nona Band, I flauti Matti Flute ensemble and Dance Orchestra ColorBand. The aim of the thesis is to map the culture of Rychnov in the field of artificial music.
Romani Folk Song and Possibilities of its Application in Music Lessons
Sebechlebská, Ladislava ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Bělohlávková, Petra (referee)
5 ABSTRACT Romani folk song is not generally known among Czech population, which is a reason why this thesis in its theoretical part tries to familiarize with its origin, describe historical development of Romani music and divide songs according to functions and close geographical areas of its occurrence, so that a comprehensive picture can be created for the readers. The following part brings analysis of five Romani dance songs, which are described musically, textually and semantically. This section is based on various songbooks and audio recordings to create as authentic a version of a song as possible. The songs are enriched of sheet music together with lyrics and harmonisation for better possibilities of their application. The thesis continues with a suggestion of eventual means of application of Romani folk songs in vocal, musical and physical education. Moreover, there are described analysed songs with Romani scatting suggestions, typical features of expression, dance steps and rhythmical moves, which are typically observed in Romani culture. The dance steps are added in a form of textual description as well as short video recordings to become easily comprehensible. The main aim of the work is to point out the vibrant and energetic character of Romani songs, to unite Roma with majority population and...

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