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Compositions for Violin by Modern Greek and Cypriot Composers Solon Michaelides, Alkis Baltas and Andreas Argyrou
Chira, Kyriaki ; Kubátová, Gabriela (advisor) ; Pecháček, Stanislav (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the contemporary works of selected Cypriot composers for violin. Throughout the centuries, since ancient times until today, Cyprus has been under the influence of many foreign conquerors including the Arabs, Venetians, Franks, Ottomans, and the English, among many others, who passed through Cyprus and left their marks on Cypriot cultural life. Natives, occupiers, and continuously migrating populations from Europe, Asia, and Africa formed a multicultural environment, where languages, religions and dogmas, ethnic traditions, education, and living standards have been diverse, and in constant interaction and transformation. It is necessary to mention the current violent division between the Greek and Turkish people has still not been overcome. This conflict has left an indelible mark on musical traditions. Cypriot folklore is also reflected in the work of the modern generation of composers. I believe that Cypriot classical music is a not very commonly known issue in the Czech Republic, and I have written this thesis in the hopes that it will increase awareness of Cypriot music. In this Diploma thesis I introduce three modern composers from Cyprus and Greece: Solon Michaelides (1905- 1979), Alkis Baltas (*1948) and Andreas Argyrou (*1957) and their compositions for violin. I focus...
The Contemporary Musical Life in Cyprus
Chira, Kyriaki ; Kubátová, Gabriela (advisor) ; Pecháček, Stanislav (referee)
The bachelor thesis "Contemporary Musical Activities in Cyprus" is focusing on the most important organizations that contribute to the development of the field of classical music in Cyprus. It refers to the history, the goals and the development of each organization and the way they contribute to the musical life of Cyprus. Keywords: Cyprus, music, organizations
Vocal Works of Pavel Jurkovič
Holečková, Cecilie ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Nedělka, Michal (referee)
The bachelor thesis of Pavel Jurkovič's vocal work maps Jurkovič's compositions to the texts of poets Václav Fischer, Jan Vodňanský, Jiří Žáček and poet Věra Provazníková. Maps his work to the folk, spiritual and his own texts including lullabies, and his work to the texts of Czech and foreign authors. The aim of the work is to approach and characterize not only works repeatedly published, but especially to make part of the composer's estate accessible by a list of unpublished manuscripts. The thesis offers a comparison of published songbooks with unpublished work. The result is an accurate list of 97 lullabies, an inventory of part of Jurkovič's manuscript estate and an inventory of Jurkovič's bibliography from 2006 to 2020.
Musical under the baton!(Conductor's role during the rehearsal process of The Legend Called Holmes - the musical)
Nováková, Kateřina ; Valášek, Marek (advisor) ; Pecháček, Stanislav (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the field of musical theatre and specifies all the activities and competencies of a conductor throughout the process of preparation and subsequent realization of a musical performance. The text of the thesis consists of two parts. The theoretical part describes the characteristics of a musical, its brief world history and its integration into the Czech environment. It also maps the history of the Karlín Musical Theater and presents profiles of its current conductors. The aim of the theoretical part is to introduce the reader to the issues of this genre, to introduce its three basic components: music, drama and movement, and to point out the differences between classical musicals and those of a revue type. The second, practical part, focuses on the profession of conducting in the field of musical theatre. It demonstrates the specific activities of a conductor in two key genres of musical theatre: opera and musical. It also focuses on the means of expression a musical conductor works with, with a special emphasis on the tempo, which has been the subject of frequent discussions amongst members of different artistic components of the musical performance. In the following chapters, it introduces The Legend Called Holmes - The Musical, its script and its music genre. This...
Art Song by British Composers in the First Half of the 20th Century
Dufek, Václav ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Saláková, Magdalena (referee)
This diploma thesis turns attention to the important figures of the first half of the 20th century such as Ralph Vaughan Williams, Gerald Finzi and Benjamin Britten. It deals with an art song on the territory of the then England, and compares the contribution of the chosen authors. Partly, this thesis focuses on the aspect of interpretation and singing.
Author's Fairy Tale Musical from the Perspektive of Educating Music
Dejlová, Hana ; Bělohlávková, Petra (advisor) ; Pecháček, Stanislav (referee)
This thesis introduces two author's fairy tale musicals called Snow White and Cinderella. These musicals are intended for the early and late school-aged children. To understand the broader context and to provide for more information about this particular genre, the theoretical part discusses how musicals as a musical genre was created and then, it discusses its development, changes, forms and main features. It provides the information about the development of musicals in both the Czech Republic and abroad. Then, it elaborates on the professional musicals production for children (being the performers), again both abroad and in the Czech Republic. This is then followed by a practical part that introduces the two pieces mentioned above. It presents the information about their creation, realisation and motivation. In addition, it presents a critical analysis of their appropriateness for the child performers in light of their musical skills, abilities and the specifics of this age group while focusing on the music components of these pieces, such as melodic and harmonic aspects of the musicals, any key issues and issues of the transition from one key to another, rhythm, tempo changes and any challenges given by the dramatic expression and ability to speak other languages. The analysis was performed...
Life and compositions of Josef Matthias Wolfram - especialy the opera Bergmönch
Pavlis, Matouš ; Pecháček, Stanislav (advisor) ; Hilscherová, Lucie (referee)
The aim of this Thesis is to introduce Josef Wolfram, a composer and a former mayor of town of Teplice. Wolfram's life and works are presented using period resources. Special emphasis is laid on the analysis of the form and content of the opera Bergmönch. Wolfram's musical style is described using selected parts of this opera. The Thesis concludes by a description of Wolfram's legacy and efforts of raising awareness of his story.

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