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The English Language as an Activating Element in the Teaching of Music Education at Secondary Schools
Jelínková, Martina ; Jiřičková, Jiřina (advisor) ; Kozánková, Olga (referee)
The bachelor thesis is concerned with the utilisation of the English language as an activating element in the teaching of music education at secondary schools. It analyses the relationship between music and language and provides a theoretical explanation and characterisation of teaching and activating methods. The thesis also examines the Framework Educational Programme for Basic Education and explores possibilities for interdisciplinary connections between music education and the English language. Based on theoretical knowledge, the thesis proposes specific possibilities of application of the English language into music education. These teaching units were subsequently verified in practice and are supplemented by reflection and pupil evaluation. KEYWORDS Music Education, English Language, Activating Methods, Secondary School
Sonatas by Johann Kuhnau and their Use during Piano Lessons
Mahelová, Monika ; Palkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Kozánková, Olga (referee)
This thesis deals with the life and work of Johann Kuhnau and focuses mainly on the following categories: 1. The life and work of Johann Kuhnau 2. The work for keyboard musical instruments 3. Sonatas by Johann Kuhnau 4. The use of his sonatas during piano lessons This thesis deals with a biography of Johann Kuhnau and presents his works for keyboard instruments. This is followed by a short chapter about a sonata form, its definition and progression. The third chapter is focuses on the sonatas by Johann Kuhnau, especially on his fourth collection named Biblical Sonatas which are presented here in the context of stories from the Old Testament. The final chapter focuses on the didactic and interpretive knowledge of Kuhnau's sonatas from his third and fourth collections for keyboard instruments. The aim of the work is to introduce Johann Kuhnau to reader, to point out his contribution in the field of music and to present the possibilities of working with his collections for keyboard instruments in teaching the piano at today's art schools. KEYWORDS Johann Kuhnau, baroque, keyboard musical instruments, harpsichord, piano, sonata, programme music, Bible, Old Testament, music schools, interpretation
Piano duets. Historical, theoretical and pedagogical aspects of music
Kozánková, Olga ; Palkovská, Jana (advisor) ; Kopecká, Věra (referee) ; Ardaševová, Renata (referee)
TITLE: Piano duets. Historical, theoretical and pedagogical aspects of music. AUTHOR: Olga Kozánková DEPARTMENT: Music Education Department SUPERVISOR: doc. MgA. Jana Palkovská ABSTRACT: This disertation thesis deals with the history of piano duets including the pedagogical aspects of contemporary education at music schools in the Czech Republic. This theme has not yet been explored in this country. The thesis is divided into two parts. The primary aim of the first part is to determine the earliest mention of piano duet composition and to explore the periods which influenced subsequent development of the subject using deductive, progressive,typological and biographical methods. The author describes the development of duet compositions, including important milestones and personalities, from the turn of 16th and 17th century through the 20th century. The second part of the thesis includes qualitative research using data collected from teachers in the Czech Republic. The research focuses on the educational topic of piano duets within piano education. The results of the research confirm that even though there is a tradition of including this topic in music education, there is only a partial understanding of the subject. This thesis should be beneficial for teachers devoted to the subject of piano duets at music...
Piano Composition by Polish Composers after Chopin
Strzelecka, Milena ; Kozánková, Olga (advisor) ; Palkovská, Jana (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to bring information about Polish famous composers after Chopin. The work contains an overview of life, work, and describes individual examples of piano and composer work. We look at the styles and character of Polish pianists together in selected parts of the compositions
Piano duets. Historical, theoretical and pedagogical aspects of music
Kozánková, Olga
TITLE: Piano duets. Historical, theoretical and pedagogical aspects of music. AUTHOR: Olga Kozánková DEPARTMENT: Music Education Department SUPERVISOR: doc. MgA. Jana Palkovská ABSTRACT: This dissertation deals with the history of piano duets including the pedagogical aspects of contemporary education at music schools in the Czech Republic. This theme has not yet been explored in this country. The thesis is divided into two parts. The primary aim of the first part is to determine the earliest mention of piano duet composition and to explore the periods which influenced subsequent development of the subject using deductive, progressive,typological and biographical methods. The author describes the development of duet compositions, including important milestones and personalities, from the turn of 16th and 17th century through the 20th century. The second part of the thesis includes qualitative research using data collected from teachers in the Czech Republic. The research focuses on the educational topic of piano duets within piano education. The results of the research confirm that even though there is a tradition of including this topic in music education, there is only a partial understanding of the subject. This thesis should be beneficial for teachers devoted to the subject of piano duets at music...
Piano works of Polish composers after Chopin
Strzelecka, Milena ; Kozánková, Olga (advisor) ; Palkovská, Jana (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to bring information about Polish famous composers after Chopin. The work contains an overview of life, work, and describes individual examples of piano and composer work. We look at the styles and character of Polish pianists together in selected parts of the compositions
Piano Composition by Polish Composers after Chopin
Strzelecka, Milena ; Kozánková, Olga (advisor) ; Palkovská, Jana (referee)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to bring information about Polish famous composers after Chopin. The work contains an overview of life, work, and describes individual examples of piano and composer work. We look at the styles and character of Polish pianists together in selected parts of the compositions
Contribution of Contemporary Composer Educators to the Development of Children's Musicality
Zdichová, Lucie ; Kozánková, Olga (advisor) ; Gregor, Vít (referee)
This dissertation deals with the contribution of contemporary composer educators to the development of childrenʼs musicality. In the first chapter it touches on the theme of important pedagogical representatives in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia in the 17th to 19th centuries, and briefly stops at our nation's teacher, Jan Ámos Komenský. The following chapters contain a questionnaire and the treatise on the life and educational activity of contemporary Czech composers and educators Eduard Douša, Emil Hradecký, Milan Dvořák, Jiří Pazour and Tomáš Sýkora. The main source of my information was a personal interview with each one. The goal of my work was to outline the key influences of music teachers on the child's spiritual and emotional development from the 17th century to the present and to answer the question "What personality features can be a positive influence on music students of any age?". Key words Czech composers, education, childrenʼs musicality, development, influence
Piano duets. Historical, theoretical and pedagogical aspects of music
Kozánková, Olga
TITLE: Piano duets. Historical, theoretical and pedagogical aspects of music. AUTHOR: Olga Kozánková DEPARTMENT: Music Education Department SUPERVISOR: doc. MgA. Jana Palkovská ABSTRACT: This dissertation deals with the history of piano duets including the pedagogical aspects of contemporary education at music schools in the Czech Republic. This theme has not yet been explored in this country. The thesis is divided into two parts. The primary aim of the first part is to determine the earliest mention of piano duet composition and to explore the periods which influenced subsequent development of the subject using deductive, progressive,typological and biographical methods. The author describes the development of duet compositions, including important milestones and personalities, from the turn of 16th and 17th century through the 20th century. The second part of the thesis includes qualitative research using data collected from teachers in the Czech Republic. The research focuses on the educational topic of piano duets within piano education. The results of the research confirm that even though there is a tradition of including this topic in music education, there is only a partial understanding of the subject. This thesis should be beneficial for teachers devoted to the subject of piano duets at music...

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