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Specifics of choirmaster's work in the choir with people with disabilities
Brdičková, Anna ; Valášek, Marek (advisor) ; Veverková, Jana (referee)
The thesis focuses on specifics of choirmaster's work in choir with people with disabilities. The first half of theoretical part brings general overview of choirmaster's competencies, divided into three principal categories, which are essential for his work. The second half of theoretical part presents different types of disabilities, which are possible for choirmaster to meet with, and outline the specific needs related to choir singing based on the type of disability. The practical part of this work presents a research built on interviews with eight choirmasters, who had the experience with leading choir with majority of people with disabilities or experienced integration of people with disabilities in their choirs. By analyzing repetitive themes mentioned in choirmaster's statements we summarize their experiences, which can be the source of inspiration to other choirmasters dealing with this problematics.
Folk culture in Chodsko and options of use in the primary school enviroment
Turková, Nikola ; Veverková, Jana (advisor) ; Selčanová, Zuzana (referee)
The thesis focuses on folk culture in Chodsko. The main focus is folk songs and collectors. It provides an insight into the differences between the Upper and Lower Chodsko region. Reader will find important historical and present personalities for regional folk culture. At the end of the thesis there is a proposal for working with Chodsko's folk culture in the primaey school environment. KEYWORDS Chodsko, folclore, folk culture, folk music, folk dance, Ludvík Kuba, folclore to school, Here we are home
Arrangements of folk songs from the region of Uherské Hradiště and their use in primary schools, high schools and elementary art schools
Hájek, Benjamín ; Veverková, Jana (advisor) ; Hurníková, Kateřina (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with regional songs from the surroundings of Uherské Hradiště and their modifications created by dulcimer music groups from Uherské Hradiště region. In the selection of the chosen materials the thesis analyzes especially the characteristic structure, peculiarities and typical features of individual songs from this area, and finds characteristic elements in the arangements of the performers of the set of these songs. It deals in detail with the analysis of song series (from recording media and listening to authentic productions), their basic tendencies in the formation of instrumental and vocal-instrumental modifications and the deduction of rules and characterizing structures in harmony, melody, bow movement, volume changes, and others. It points out the difference between amateur and artistic performances, the difference between their processing and creative making. It determines the conditions under which purely folklore production of a given region is created and when it incorporates elements that cannot be perceived in the given area as authentic folklore and thus are already taken as artistic inventions of artists and only folklore-inspired stylization. It creates a conception of the level of stylization of folk songs from the region of Uherské Hradiště, recommend...
Jaroslav Kofroň and his legacy
Štefanová, Jaroslava ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Veverková, Jana (referee)
1 Abstract The author of this work pays attention to Czech musical personality Jaroslav Kofroň who is known primarily as an educator and author of pedagogical literature: The textbook of harmony; The textbook of rhythm and intonation. The main objective is to bring the essential information about the artist's compositional activity that is not known, although it is very rich and deserves more attention. According to the information the works are identified with the year of their implementation and available materials that are stored in libraries or on the website. The partial aim is a comprehensive and acquaints the public with the whole range of Kofroň personality that we perceive as a performer, a conductor, a choirmaster and a painter. Main chapter provides an overview of the composer's instrumental formation that includes the creation of orchestral, brass, chamber music, solo concerts. A huge attention is focused on the creation of the song, which contains over 600 songs, edited or composed both for solo singing voices and choirs: male, female, children's and mixed. It also identified spiritual music, stage and production for children there. My work provides an analysis of song "Songs for the youngest" and the author's didactic notes Cycle pieces for horn and piano "Images", intended for children of...
Environmental education as a part of Hv in primary school with the use of creation J. Uhlíř and Z. Svěrák
Urbanová, Martina ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Veverková, Jana (referee)
Univerzita Karlova Pedagogická fakulta Katedra hudební výchovy DIPLOMOVÁ PRÁCE Enviromentální výchova jako součást Hv na 1. stupni ZŠ s využitím tvorby Jar. Uhlíře a Zd. Svěráka Environmental education as a part of Hv at the 1st stage of elementary school with the use of works by Jar. Uhlíř and Zd. Svěrák Martina Urbanová ABSTRACT The subject of the work is the integration of elements of environmental education into the education of music education at the 1st stage of primary school through the creation of Jar. Uhlíř and Zd. Svěrak. The aim of the theoretical part of the work is to map the basic principles and thematic areas of environmental education at the 1st stage of primary school and to analyze selected works of Jar. Uhlíř and Zd. Svěrák in terms of environmental elements. The practical part is focused on the integration of Ev topics in their creation into Hv classes through project teaching and on the actual implementation of this teaching in the form of experimental teaching.
Progressive impact of creative intonation on the pupil's musical appreciation development
Srbová, Kateřina ; Váňová, Hana (advisor) ; Veverková, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis is divided into two parts. The first part summarizes the theoretical knowledge of musical-psychological categories, which also includes musicality. The next chapter of the theoretical part is also focused on this theme. The last chapter is creativity and its characteristics and specifics in use in primary school. In the practical part was used the method of parallel group technique. Twenty two pupils took part in the experimental teaching and the same number of pupils represented the control group. The respondents were from two 4th grade classes of primary school. Moreover, in the practical part there is an analysis of the results of empirical research, which was realized by collective screening of musicality. Research has shown that pupils developed through creative intonation achieve better musicality than pupils trained in conventional music education. KEYWORDS musicality, musical creativity, creative intonation, screening of musical creativity, music education, primary school, experimental teaching
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.
A comparison of the Folk Song in the Bohemian and Moravian Region and its Application in Music Classes
Dvořáková, Alena ; Veverková, Jana (advisor) ; Bělohlávková, Petra (referee)
The master's thesis follows up on the bachelor's thesis called The Folk Song in the Pilsen Region as a Part of the Regional Culture. Primarily, the theoretical part of the thesis aims to compare and contrast two distinct regions, specifically the Pilsen region and the Wallachian region. It focuses on the characteristics of their folk culture including folk architecture, folk costume, folk customs and most importantly folk songs. The thesis deals both with their characteristics typical of Bohemian and Moravian regions in general and their characteristics typical of the Pilsen and the Wallachian regions. The thesis further focuses on folklore festivals, folklore ensembles and folk song collectors associated with these regions. The practical goal of the thesis is the application of Pilsen and Wallachian folk songs in Music classes at upper primary school (or in the corresponding grades of multi-year gymnasium) in the form of a play with folk songs from both regions and arousing pupils' interest in folk songs. The appendix includes pictures and photographs associated with the folklore of the Pilsen and Wallachian regions as well as examples of Wallachian folk songs that can be used as a song-book in Music classes.

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