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The notion "bad music" viewed in terms of development of aesthetic norm
Solfronková, Kateřina ; Dykast, Roman (advisor) ; Soško, Vladimír (referee)
The basis for this thesis, "bad music", is the term utilized in the book by H. H. Eggebrecht, Music and Beautiful. The work presents four different theories from Theodor Adorno, Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht, Umberto Eco and Roger Scruton, which maps the ideas of the individual authors and focuses primarily on the sections that the authors devoted to the topic of problematic music. The final part of the thesis explains those points where the authors differ, or how they respond to each other. All the authors classify their individual subchapters in accordance to the subject matter contain in the theories. The objective of this thesis, together with a presentation of the individual approaches, is to demonstrate whether it is achievable, despite the contrasts in approaches and differences in terminology, to unify the concepts of the individual authors under one identical term, namely the term of bad music.
Problems of a musical work in musical poetics 20th century
Grosamová, Alžběta ; Dykast, Roman (advisor) ; Soško, Vladimír (referee)
The thesis focuses on issues of musical works in musical poetics of Arnold Schönberg and Igor Stravinsky. Due to the changes music was undergoing in the 20th century, the matter of musical works was very problematic. The goal of this thesis is to introduce the key moments in the authors' thinking and their creation of music. The work then presents a reflection on these key moments through the writings of F. Herzfeld, H. H. Stuckenschmidt and M. S. Druskin. The final comparison should familiarize the reader with Schönberger's and Stravinsky's insight on the categories important for the search for the new form of musical artworks in the 20th century. An important part of this work is dedicated to show the link between the authors' lives and their work; to show which life conditions they originated from and how their life experiences influenced their thinking. Key words Schönberg, Stravinskij, dodecaphony, neo-classicism, comparation, atonality, dissonance, 20th century, tonality, poetics

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