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Lutheran music in Prague in the pre-White Mountain period. Three sketches of the musical life of Rudolphine Prague
Šebesta, Josef ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor)
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Repertoire of songs for one voice of Advent and Christmas period in manuscripts from the workshop of Jan Taborsky from Klokotska Hora
Žižková, Jitka ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor) ; Frei, Jan (referee) ; Kouba, Jan (referee)
The presented work dealing with the repertoire of sacred songs for one voice in handwritten hymnbooks of Jan Taborsky from Klokotska Hora tries to answer the question whether the fact that they come from one clerical workshop influenced considerably the composition of the repertoire of the Advent and Christmas section or not. The essay about the development of the Czech hymnology, oriented for a medieval and Renaissance sacred song, points out the state of research in this field, which is not quite optimal. Mainly the absence of published catalogues of melodies and critical editions of significant sources is still a big obstacle of the research, which should head farther than for covering of white gaps in the basic heuristics. Nevertheless we point out some works here which offer and enable certain comparisons regarding both studies in specialized periodicals and degree works or PhD thesis. We follow the Prague citizen, Renaissance educated person and the owner of a clerical workshop Jan Taborsky not only in the context of the times when he lived taking account of the complicated situation of connections and antagonisms among the Utraquists, New Utraquists and Fraternal Unity {Jednota bratska}, but also as a topic of studies of musicological or generally historical literature. A list and characteristics of...
Návrh pracovního prostředí ve vztahu k řízení lidských zdrojů
Černý, Jaromír
CERNY, J. Work environment’s suggestion in a relationship to human resources management. Diploma thesis. Brno: Mendel University, 2019. This diploma thesis is focused on suggestion of effective changes in office work environment, which would improve work conditions in the appointed company. It is also the main goal of this thesis. The diploma thesis is divided into a literate part and a result part. The goal of the literate part is to sum up the most important aspects and theoretical resources related to work environment. The result part summarizes the actual conditions of work environment in the appointed company. It evaluates the empiric, quantitative and qualitative research. The thesis presents concrete suggestions, which might be leading to improvement of work environment. Those suggestions are supported by financial costs.
Musical-liturgical life of the Jesuit college at Klatovy in the 18th century
Aschenbrenner, Vít ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor) ; Čornejová, Ivana (referee) ; Slavický, Tomáš (referee)
The Jesuit College in Klatovy and the adjoining St. Joseph Seminary represented an important phenomenon of the local cultural, religious and musical life of 17th and 18th centuries. By gradual building of the monastery complex Jesuits were a major influence on the town's character and their activities in the field of spiritual and cultural life did not fall behind their architectonic ones. In the town Jesuit religious fraternities were working, the town people could watch the school play performances and, last but not least, took part in numerous religious feasts organized by the order. In all these occasions especially figural music played an important role. The era of the order's activity in the town (16361773) was part of the period in which the order tolerated such music performances, however the contemporary sources show that there was strict differences were made between the repertoir played on purpose of the outer representation of the order and accompaniment of internal divine service. Basic institutional platform of the musical life was St. Joseph Seminary, operating within the college since its very foundation. Although compared to other similar order seminaries elsewhere it did not dispose of large musical endowments, it could supply accomodation, food, clothing and musical tuition to as many as...
Music and Musical Culture in the Old Town of Prague 1526 - 1620
Baťa, Jan ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor) ; Horyna, Martin (referee) ; Hulková, Marta (referee)
This disertation is a contribution to our knowledge of music and musical culture in the Old Town of Prague between 1526 and1620. The first methodological chapter, Musical culture of a Renaissance city as a topic, discusses different views on the problem of musical culture in the city, both in domestic and foreign academic literature. This text is followed by a survey of the present state of research entitled Musical Culture in the Old Town of Prague 1526-1620 in the light of present literature. It focuses only on the items that contributed significantly to the topic. The third chapter, Focus on the musical privacy of Prague citizens in the period before the Battle of the White Mountain, opens the main part of the dissertation with the results of newly-undertaken research. It discusses eight concrete samples of inventories and shows the presence of musical scores and instruments in citizens' households and their function in life in those times. The fourth chapter, Musical Culture in the Old Town of Prague 1526-1620 viewed through preserved musical sources tries to focus broadly on those preserved musical manuscripts, that can be attributed to a specific place. The following chapter, The Gradual of Trubka of Roviny, is closely related to the previous one. It is a detailed examination of one of the...
Staff notation in sources of the St. George's monastery in Prague
Mráčková, Veronika ; Černý, Jaromír (referee) ; Eben, David (advisor)
Soubor notovaných rukopisů ženského benediktinského kláštera sv. Jiří v Praze, zaznamenávajících zpívanou liturgii, je pozoruhodný mimořádně vysokým počtem dochovaných pramenů. Tato široká kolekce rukopisů, pocházejících z jedné instituce, není obvyklá ani v evropském měřítku. Rukopisy nicméně kladou dodnes řadu nezodpovězených otázek, týkajících se především provenience a datace kodexů. 23 zpracovávaných rukopisů1 spadá do období od II. poloviny 13. stol. do I. čtvrtiny 15. stol. Počet pramenů však nemůžeme považovat za konečný. Rukopisy na první pohled vykazují rozmanitost notačních typů a písařských rukou, což klade otázky směřující k působení skriptoria sv. Jiří a původnosti kodexů vůbec. Zajímavostí rukopisů je převažující métsko-gotická notace, na rozdíl od pramenů pražské diecéze, kde se vyskytuje notace rhombická. Zdrojem výše uvedených pramenů mi byla Národní knihovna České republiky (v jednom případě Knihovna Národního muzea). Tématem chorální notace v pramenech kláštera sv. Jiří se dosud uceleně nikdo nezabýval. Názvy notačních typů jednotlivých svatojiřských rukopisů můžeme sledovat v publikaci Catalogus codicum notis musicis instructorum Václava Plocka2, který však v typologii notací vychází z dnes již nevyhovujícího systému Josefa Huttera3. Cílem této práce je na základě studií příbuzných...
The studies and editions to the history of music in Bohemia in 15th and 16th centuries
Horyna, Martin ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor) ; Havlík, Jaromír (referee) ; Daněk, Petr (referee)
This dissertation focuses on several questions of the music history in Bohemia in the 15th and 16th centuries. Parts of the dissertation were published (or are to be published) as individual articles or prefaces to music editions. The general aim of the thesis is to explain various important phenomena connected with the Czech music culture of the late medieval era and the Renaissance. The methods applied within the individual chapters correspond with their specific topics. The content of the music editions is connected with descriptions of sources based on source critics, with problems of music analysis, relations of music and lyrics, music and liturgy, composition techniques, modality. The individual essays deal with more general questions such as surviving structures of medieval polyphony in the 15th and 16th centuries, relations of whole groups of sources and their users, institutional background of musicmaking, and the relation of the specific confessional development of the Bohemian Kingdom with the particularities of local musical life and production.
Repertoire of songs for one voice of Advent and Christmas period in manuscripts from the workshop of Jan Taborsky from Klokotska Hora
Žižková, Jitka ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor) ; Frei, Jan (referee) ; Kouba, Jan (referee)
The presented work dealing with the repertoire of sacred songs for one voice in handwritten hymnbooks of Jan Taborsky from Klokotska Hora tries to answer the question whether the fact that they come from one clerical workshop influenced considerably the composition of the repertoire of the Advent and Christmas section or not. The essay about the development of the Czech hymnology, oriented for a medieval and Renaissance sacred song, points out the state of research in this field, which is not quite optimal. Mainly the absence of published catalogues of melodies and critical editions of significant sources is still a big obstacle of the research, which should head farther than for covering of white gaps in the basic heuristics. Nevertheless we point out some works here which offer and enable certain comparisons regarding both studies in specialized periodicals and degree works or PhD thesis. We follow the Prague citizen, Renaissance educated person and the owner of a clerical workshop Jan Taborsky not only in the context of the times when he lived taking account of the complicated situation of connections and antagonisms among the Utraquists, New Utraquists and Fraternal Unity {Jednota bratska}, but also as a topic of studies of musicological or generally historical literature. A list and characteristics of...
Repertoire of songs for one voice of Advent and Christmas period in manuscripts from the workshop of Jan Taborsky from Klokotska Hora
Žižková, Jitka ; Černý, Jaromír (advisor) ; Frei, Jan (referee) ; Kouba, Jan (referee)
The presented work dealing with the repertoire of sacred songs for one voice in handwritten hymnbooks of Jan Taborsky from Klokotska Hora tries to answer the question whether the fact that they come from one clerical workshop influenced considerably the composition of the repertoire of the Advent and Christmas section or not. The essay about the development of the Czech hymnology, oriented for a medieval and Renaissance sacred song, points out the state of research in this field, which is not quite optimal. Mainly the absence of published catalogues of melodies and critical editions of significant sources is still a big obstacle of the research, which should head farther than for covering of white gaps in the basic heuristics. Nevertheless we point out some works here which offer and enable certain comparisons regarding both studies in specialized periodicals and degree works or PhD thesis. We follow the Prague citizen, Renaissance educated person and the owner of a clerical workshop Jan Taborsky not only in the context of the times when he lived taking account of the complicated situation of connections and antagonisms among the Utraquists, New Utraquists and Fraternal Unity {Jednota bratska}, but also as a topic of studies of musicological or generally historical literature. A list and characteristics of...

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