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Significant personalities of the Czech piano pedagogy of the twentieth century
Rezek, Michal ; Gregor, Vít (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee) ; Bezděk, Jiří (referee)
The work "Significant personalities of the Czech piano pedagogy of the twentieth century" is part of a long-term research focused on Czech piano pedagogy and its development in the twentieth century. The individual chapters deal with pedagogical competencies of prominent personalities of our piano pedagogy, taking into account the tradition and interdependence of secondary and tertiary education focused on the natural cultural metropolis of Prague and Brno. Part of this is the history of the establishment and activity of individual musical institutes. Biographical medallions are devoted to significant personalities with data of their own artistic development, concert and pedagogical activities, used pedagogical methods and the results of their work, including the most successful pupils. The work also includes the activities of pedagogues within the long-term work at other conservatories as well as personalities of Czech pedagogy who have been educated at our institutes but worked abroad. Based on the summary of all the acquired knowledge, an outline of generation continuity and development of the Czech piano pedagogy of the twentieth century is elaborated. KEY WORDS piano, pedagogue, personality, piano school, Czech piano pedagogy, teaching methods.
General Educational Program and Music School
Šefčíková, Alena ; Gregor, Vít (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee)
The purpose of this diploma thesis is to find out, whether selected elementary art schools, operating under the same conditions in the same district, have chosen the same ways of creating and implementing SEP (School Educational Programme). The creation of SEP could be conceived either innovatively or by expansion of existing curriculum. The thesis also deals with the question, whether schools included in the research continuously work on their SEP and, simultaneously, whether they are able to edit and improve it according to the feedback and experience obtained in practice. The last area of research is an issue of teaching according to SEP. The thesis investigates its pros and cons from the point of view of each included school.
Specifics of Piano Teaching of Preschool Children
Nohová, Vladislava ; Tichá, Libuše (advisor) ; Gregor, Vít (referee)
The thesis is devoted to the specificity of playing the piano preschool children. It combines the knowledge of developmental psychology, psychology of music and piano methodology with their reflection in practical teaching piano. The work is divided into five chapters, which i s based on key publications and developmental psychology of music in the Czech republic, theoretical works of contemporary piano teachers, piano course books and a survey carried out in the framework of a diploma thesis. The first chapter deals with the level of psychological development of preschool age and its reflection in piano lessons. The second chapter discusses the level of musical abilities of the child at the same age. Chapter three outlines further specifics in teaching pre-school children, dedicated to personalities of pupil and teacher as the main creators of the educational process, it refers to the methods used in teaching and not least about the role of parents in the education of their child. The fourth chapter summarizes the methodology selected piano teaching materials suitable for teaching children of preschool age. Final Chapter complements the work of the views of piano teachers on teaching preschool children.
Musical culture in Cyprus with a focus on the piano works and piano pedagogy
Nicolaouová, María ; Palkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the Cypriot music culture and mainly focuses on piano education and piano works. The aim of this work was to introduce the main representatives of Cypriot classical music, the music life on Cyprus and the history of piano education until the present day. A part of the work is also a personal research, carried out by a questionnaire, and a didactic and interpretive insight on the fundamental instructive work Kinderlaunen of the Cypriot pianist and composer Nicolas Economou. The work is divided into six chapters, which draw information from accessible literature and mainly from a research made in this field. The six chapters could be notionally divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part deals with the music history of the island by introducing distinctive personalities of the Cypriot classical music and by mapping the music life on Cyprus. Furthermore, this part deals with the Cypriot music education system and the teaching methods in piano education. The practical part contains the analysis and results of the submitted questionnaire and the didactic and interpretive insight on the instructive piano work of the earlier mentioned Cypriot pianist and composer. Keywords: Cyprus; piano pedagogy; music culture; music education; instructive piano...
Piano Methods of the Present Day and Their Using in the Practice at Music Schools
Kroupová, Veronika ; Gregor, Vít (advisor) ; Tichá, Libuše (referee)
Bc. Veronika Landkammerová Résumé The thesis Contemporary piano methods and their usage in practice at Elementary schools of art deals with the most common and also the most suitable piano methods used in the Czech Republic. It's based on new trends at the turn of the 19th and 20th century, whose one of the pioneers was Ludwig Deppe. The issue is making music ideas and the need of using the weight of our arm while playing. It condemns the old methodology and gives examples. In the first part of the thesis there is described the evolution of piano - a musical instrument and the evolution of piano methods. These are interdependent of course. There was a quest to form a method only for piano which we can understand only if we know the historical changes. Since, in view of the fact that piano is a relatively young instrument we can't be surprised that its methodology of teaching is still a hot issue. The other parts are devoted to particular piano methods which are commonly used at Elementary school of art including examples of methodically obsolete methods. Unfortunately these are still very often used by many teachers. It's necessary to remind again that the pieces itself are not reprehensible but it's the method. On the other hand the thesis presents methods which are more or less suitable for teaching. It...
Hans Krása and his opera for children Brundibár
Klimešová, Petra ; Tichá, Libuše (advisor) ; Hurníková, Kateřina (referee)
Summary: Without a doubt, Hans Krása belongs amongst the most important figures in Czech music. In my thesis, I would like to focus on his opera for children, Brundibar, which represents an important bridge between free cultural expression and life behind the walls at the Terezin concentration camp. Clearly, it will be fruitful to compare both the Prague and Terezin versions of this piece. With this work, I would like to delve into the personality of the composer, his output, and musical life in the Terezin ghetto. Key words: Analysis, Brundibar, holocaust, interpretation, opera, orchestra score, piano reduction, Terezin Ghetto, Terezin Initiative.

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