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Recorder - from didactics problems to development of creativity
Hurníková, Kateřina
This thesis is oriented to teaching recorder playing as well as recorder role on musicians training on elementary and secondary schools. I am interested in the issue both as being interpret as well as educationalist. Recorder is widely used and popular on every type of school. It is being used even on healing respiratory disorders. However, teaching of recorder faces many problems. Outdated textbooks containing erroneous statements or poor qualified teachers underestimating lessons and without interesting in its own skills improving, to count some of them. Deeply surveying these facts I found out that teaching may have certain level but what is almost completely missing is creativity. And it is creativity which is meaningful for instrument skills as well as complete personality development. I proposed and formed creativity development exercises and arranged it to three groups: 1. Breathing 2. Articulation 3. Fingering Implementation of some exercises is clear and other are provided by music sheets. The teacher and pupils are not expected to practice it verbally, it can be used as patterns for own teacher's creativity, instead. It's efficiency was proved by my own practice and many teachers is interested into it now. Complying to my original ideas they are modifying it for their specific needs. Our...
Hanuš Bartonň as a composer, pianist, and academic music educator
Lochovský, Martin ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kodejška, Miloš (referee)
The author of this thesis endeavours to create a comprehensive portrait of Hanuš Bartoň, a Czech contemporary composer, pianist, and academic educator. The thesis is focused on his compositions and his contribution as a pianist and a teacher with the aim to establish a practical source of information. This source ought to fulfil both its musicological potential, especially concerning the analysis of Czech classical music of the end of the 20th century up till now, as well as its potential in the field of education, noting Bartoň's works for children and his academic pedagogical contribution. The thesis is systematically organised into several parts. The main body starts with the composer's biography. The attention then moves to his compositions, which are systematically presented and commented on from the perspective of Bartoň's musical style development and its tendencies. His works adhere to the postmodern ideal considering the fact that the music deals in a specific way with the synthesis of stylistic elements. The scope of his oeuvre is relatively wide. It mostly encompasses instrumental pieces, although there are many others including, for example, musical-dramatic works, vocal pieces, electroacoustic music, and music for the theatre. The individual compositions and their performances are...
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...
Music education in composite classes at Elementary School and Kindergarten Dvory
Červinková, Pavlína ; Selčanová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Hurníková, Kateřina (referee)
1 ABSTRACT The diploma thesis "Teaching Music in Composite Classes at Elementary School and Kindergarten Dvory" is divided into two parts: a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part involves a general description of mixed-grade education, schools with composite classes and educational goals and tasks applied in teaching Music at the first level of a primary school with composite classes. The practical part deals with the characterization and history of Elementary School and Kindergarten Dvory, as well as the inclusion of Music as a school subject in the school's educational program. Furthermore, musical activities appearing in the school's tuition are described, together with specific ideas for teaching Music at a school with composite classes. The thesis is also accompanied by a questionnaire survey concerning teaching Music, conducted at nearby schools with composite classes. KEYWORDS primary school, music activities, musical education, primary school with composite classes, lesson
Musical-pedagogical work of Emil Hradecký and its application in pre-school education
Petrusová, Monika ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kmentová, Milena (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with musical-pedagogical work of Emil Hradecký. The theoretical part is focused on the personality and music creation of Emil Hradecký and briefly characterizes the piano composition. Furthermore, the work focuses on the issues of musical development of a preschool child, describes musical activities and explains the musical-educational process from the Framework Educational Programme for Preschool Education, MŠMT ČR. The practical part is based on a questionnaire survey of kindergarten teachers, whose main aim is to find out the teachers' use of the music-pedagogical work of Emil Hradecký in their pedagogical work. The partial goals map the subjective attitudes of kindergarten teachers to the inclusion of musical activities in practice and find out which specific music materials from E. Hradecky these teachers know and how they prefer to work with them. The next aim of the thesis is to design the model situations in which the piano miniatures of Emil Hradecký are used in kindergarten in musical and other aesthetic-educational activities. Key Words piano miniatures, Emil Hradecký, musical activities, model situation, kindergarten, preschool child
The recorder and its use by a teacher in kindergarten
Šavlíková, Romana ; Kmentová, Milena (advisor) ; Hurníková, Kateřina (referee)
The subject of this thesis is the use of recorders in the hands of teachers in the implementation of the entire spectrum of musical activities in kindergarten. The theoretical part outlines the history of the recorder and its types. This part contains the musical development of a child aged 3 to 6 and its musical skills and abilities in this area, according to the Framework Education Program for Preschool Education and the curriculum formerly used. It also includes information on how current secondary pedagogical schools and higher vocational school of pedagogical are engaged in the education of future kindergarten teachers as for playing the recorder. The practical part describes action research in order to create a clear description of several musical units verified in practice. The first phase of the research covers the preparation and implementation of activities already published Mgr. Milena Kmentová, Ph.D. and MgA. Eva Nevoralová with final revision. Further, I will deal with developing and testing my own lessons in practice again with final reflection.
Playing the recorder at elementary schools to prevent breathing defects
Kolandová, Eva ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Kmentová, Milena (referee)
This thesis focuses on recorder playing as prevention of respiratory diseases and its significant impact on proper diaphragmatic breathing. The main goal is to monitor the effect of the active exercise on child players' health and analyzing the aspects of the recorder playing. The theoretical part describes the recorder's history and evolution as well as its therapeutic use, wind instrument in relation to musicotherapy and well-established breathing methods. This work also presents suitable literature related to the recorder, significant personalities connected with the recorder playing and healthy breathing methods propagators. The practical part introduces the implementation of pedagogical research that specializes in observation of skills and abilities of preschool and middle school kids improved by the recorder playing. It also shows the results of an experiment that monitored the effect of breathing exercises on breathing parameters progress within an authentic environment of elementary school music lessons.

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