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Kulturní a přírodní krajinná kompozice Trhovosvinenska: návrh krajinné památkové zóny
CHROMČÁK, Tomáš
This thesis is a base work for a grant application focusing to create a registration of the landscape conservation zone Trhovosvinensko (South Bohemia, the Czech Republic). The aim of this document is to summarize the historical, cultural and natural information about the heritage area necessary for the announcement of the landscape conservation zone. The project covers the basal mapping of the territory from the perspectives of historical, cultural and natural heritage.
USAGE OF CRYPTOGRAMS IN MY OWN WORK IN THE CONTEXT OF THEIR USAGE IN MUSICAL HISTORY FROM THE 18TH CENTURY UP TO THE PRESENT
Potoček, Jakub ; BARTOŇ, Hanuš (advisor) ; KOPELENT, Marek (referee)
The basic principle of musical cryptograms is a transformation of words into a musical material. There are many composers, throughout musical history, who used cryptograms mainly in a form of musical motives or themes. My pesonal concept of musical cryptograms differs from the historical one in many ways. The main goal of this thesis is to create an insight into my own methods of composition, which are quite closely related to cryptograms. The core content of this thesis is preceded by a brief overview of various means of creating musical cryptograms. In this overview I concentrated on a time period approximately from the 18th century up to the present days. Examples of my own particular forms of use of cryptograms are also a consistuent part of the thesis.
Parallelism as a principle of multi-voice leading
Kliment, Henrich ; FILAS, Juraj (advisor) ; GEMROT, Jiří (referee)
The text focuses on parallel motion of voices as a type of multi-voice leading, as an element or a factor in process of composition in the context of music theory, and also in the context of different periods of history of music from prehistory to the present with the main consideration for the use in my own latest work. The first part of the text deals with the concept of melodic and harmonic parallel voice leading regarding to its sound quality and functional meaning in a musical piece. The second part is a chronological interpretation of the conventions of using the principle of parallel voice leading in the process of composition or interpretation in terms of individual periods of history of music.
USAGE OF MICROINTERVALS IN COMPOSITION THINKING
Chudovský, Daniel ; KURZ, Ivan (advisor) ; BARTOŇ, Hanuš (referee)
This dissertation deals with authorship approaches of composers of the 20th and 21st centuries, who decided to settle their thinking on the organization of tonal material by using microintervals as a functional tonal material. My intention was to look at this topic from a composer's point of view, not from a scientific point of view. I perceived this view is creating a very important dimension for a certain type of composition that allows the composers to use the elements in terms of a structural unit. Consequently, the composition process becomes a very lively unit that the composer grabs. My dissertation thesis describes the exposition of my own insight into the actual reality in correspondence with the historical context.
Flute in the works of westbohemian contemporary composers
Brogelová, Aneta ; PIVODA, Radomír (advisor) ; , (referee)
Diploma thesis „ Flute in the work of westbohemian contemporary composers“ discusses the life, inspiration and the methods of composing in young generation of recent pilsner authors. An analysis of selected pieces composed for flute is a part of this thesis. The goals of this thesis are to acquaint and to document recent works for flute for potentional interprets and for people interested into contemporary music.
F. Nietzches and A. Schopenhauers Philosophy of Music
ŽIŽKOVÁ, Lenka
The thesis deals with the problem phenomenon of music in the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Nietzsche. What place does the music occupy in their philosophy, how they understood it and defined it? These are the main issues that are gradually discussed and answered. The thesis is divided into three parts. The first part of the thesis deals with Schopenhauer's concept of music, the second part is about Nietzsche's concept, and the third part is an assessment of the differences of their opinions of the issue of will as music. There is also a practical part in the thesis, namely the analysis of Nietzsche's early musical composition. I also refer to the personality of the composer Richard Wagner, who was influenced by both philosophers and vice versa. At the end of the thesis I evaluate and summarize whether the aim of the thesis was fulfilled and if it answered the aforesaid questions.
Trinominal compounds in French
ČERNÁ, Renata
The subject of the diploma thesis is a characteristic of the French N+N+N compounds of the type "relations parents-enfants" with the use of existing typology for other languages, mainly for Italian. The thesis is divided into two parts. The first part defines the concepts of composition and composite, their distribution based on different criteria. They described graphic, morphological, syntactic, and semantic properties of compounds. The second part of the thesis is dedicated to the practical research in the corpus and subsequent analysis of the acquired data. The last part contains a draft classification of French relational compounds.
Compound adjectives in baroque period and their development in czech national revival
NOVÁKOVÁ, Veronika
Topic of this dissertation are compound adjective, their development and usage during two historical periods. Compounding is on the edge of czech word-formation methods. This method of creating new lexical units has spread the most during Czech National Revival as one way of expanding czech lexicon. Authors used mostly semantic fullness, economy of expression and uncommonness of compounds in both specialized and artistical texts and in both prosaical and poetical texts. Compounding already started to evolve more in Baroque period, compounds were used for their communicative value and unusualness. Basic classification is adopted from monograph Česká kompozita diachronně by Dušan Šlosar (1999), secondarily from monograph Tvoření slov skládáním by Ivana Bozděchová (1994). The aim of the work is to capture development of structures used in adjective compounds formation during these two periods, also to examine their occurences, functions and types, how they developed and changed during the periods of Baroque and Czech National Revival. The work contributes to analytical examination of the historical development of word-formation level of czech language, specifically of the method of compounding.
Czech ekvivalents of German composites on the example of selected texts form the field of hotel industry and tourism in Austria
ŠINDELÁŘOVÁ, Andrea
The thesis deals with the differences in Czech and German language in the word-formation, specifically the issue of composite. The main part is devoted to the word-formation of both languages possibilities of vocabulary enrichment are given, important terms of the word-formation are defined and word forming kinds are introduced. It is further processed the theory of composite concepts from different authors. The aim of this work is to demonstrate that in German language appear significantly more composites than sketched options of their Czech equivalents and create a list of Czech equivalent structures. As the basis for this analysis are used texts from the field of hotel industry and tourism in Austria, which are available online on the websites of tourist portals (www.oberoesterreich.at and www.niederoesterreich.at).
Calligraphy as a picture
DRYKOVÁ, Zdeňka
This bachelor thesis "Calligraphy as a picture" consists of two parts the theoretical one and the practical one. The theoretical part deals with the emergence and evolution of the writing with the focus on Latin writing. The development of writing tools and pads s thoroughly mapped as an integral part of the calligraphy. The practical part of the bachelor thesis contains calligraphic compositions created from individual forms of Latin writing.

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