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Personality of the music theorist and pedagogue Ondřej Bednarčík (1929-1998)
Pobucká, Tereza
The thesis presents the life story and professional growth of Ondřej Bednarčík, a musician theorist and pedagogue from Ostrava, who lived between 1929-1998. The profile features of this big name of music crystallized pursuant to the analysis of Bednarčík's pedagogical, scientific, research, educational and musical activities. As far as Bednarčík's main scientific interests are concerned, attention is paid to contemporary Polish music, listening to New Music, musical and didactic issues of 20th century music, whilst focusing on the teaching of musical and theoretical subjects and, finally, to two distinct personalities - composer Bogusław Schaeffer and his colleague Professor Josef Schreiber, who strongly aided in the shaping of Ondřej Bednarčík in his scientific research and human approach. The thesis is divided into the following eight chapters. The first one is dedicated to the current state of the research on the personality of Ondřej Bednarčík, with main and partial goals, methodological principles, used research methods and processing of Bednarčík's written inheritance. The second section introduces us to Ondřej Bednarčík's life story, musical interests and activities. The third chapter describes Bednarčík's pedagogical and organizational activities in music schools and college environments....

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