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Contemporary Music Clubs in Prague
Nový, Josef ; Nedělka, Michal (advisor) ; Sládek, Libor (referee)
Author's precis The aim of this bachelor thesis is to survey the history and current situation of Prague music clubs and research the clubs in the Smíchov and Žižkov districts. The reader will be offered overall information about the location, interior, genre polarization and shortly described history of the clubs. We will also try to recognize the common and different signs of the clubs in the two districts. We will deal with the origin and history of the clubs and their development from broadside ballads and vaudevilles over musical chambers and cabarets of the old Prague to the music clubs of our times, since this information is also relevant to the topic. In the first part of the thesis we will deal with the definition of a music club and the history of these socio-cultural institutions in Prague. After the era of professionally composed broadside ballads and vaudevilles, their first real analogies seem to be Prague musical chambers and cabarets. Through the both wars and socialist era, we will get to the postrevolutionary Prague. In the second part, the practical research in the Prague music clubs is decribed. After a short introduction, there comes the basic information about the clubs, photographies, interviews with the managers and interesting history, if there is any. All of the clubs have been...
Practical Music Therapy: Music Activities in Pre-School Special Education
Nový, Josef ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Tichá, Alena (referee)
Author's précis This work deals with the use of music therapy in special pre-school education. It focuses on the structure and progression of the activities carried out during the music therapy sessions in special kindergarten Štíbrova. The aim of the thesis is to introduce the purposes and charakteristics of the therapy for this kind of clients and to test the influence and difficulty levels of the activities. The basic methods are experiment and observation. In spite of the fact that the influence on the clients is hard to evaluate, it can be said that the basic objectives have been fulfilled. The difficulty was set on the level possible to manage for all the clients. The benefit of the work is the exact and comprehensible description of a usable structure of music therapy session for children from special pre-school facilities. On the grounds of experience, it defines advantages and disadvantages of the tested activities. The theses can become a source of inspiration for lecturers and teachers in pre- school special education and explain the basic issues to readers without any knowledge from the field. The activities could also be applicable in the common kindergartens.
Practical Music Therapy: Music Activities in Pre-School Special Education
Nový, Josef ; Hurníková, Kateřina (advisor) ; Tichá, Alena (referee)
Author's précis This work deals with the use of music therapy in special pre-school education. It focuses on the structure and progression of the activities carried out during the music therapy sessions in special kindergarten Štíbrova. The aim of the thesis is to introduce the purposes and charakteristics of the therapy for this kind of clients and to test the influence and difficulty levels of the activities. The basic methods are experiment and observation. In spite of the fact that the influence on the clients is hard to evaluate, it can be said that the basic objectives have been fulfilled. The difficulty was set on the level possible to manage for all the clients. The benefit of the work is the exact and comprehensible description of a usable structure of music therapy session for children from special pre-school facilities. On the grounds of experience, it defines advantages and disadvantages of the tested activities. The theses can become a source of inspiration for lecturers and teachers in pre- school special education and explain the basic issues to readers without any knowledge from the field. The activities could also be applicable in the common kindergartens.
Contemporary Music Clubs in Prague
Nový, Josef ; Nedělka, Michal (advisor) ; Sládek, Libor (referee)
Author's precis The aim of this bachelor thesis is to survey the history and current situation of Prague music clubs and research the clubs in the Smíchov and Žižkov districts. The reader will be offered overall information about the location, interior, genre polarization and shortly described history of the clubs. We will also try to recognize the common and different signs of the clubs in the two districts. We will deal with the origin and history of the clubs and their development from broadside ballads and vaudevilles over musical chambers and cabarets of the old Prague to the music clubs of our times, since this information is also relevant to the topic. In the first part of the thesis we will deal with the definition of a music club and the history of these socio-cultural institutions in Prague. After the era of professionally composed broadside ballads and vaudevilles, their first real analogies seem to be Prague musical chambers and cabarets. Through the both wars and socialist era, we will get to the postrevolutionary Prague. In the second part, the practical research in the Prague music clubs is decribed. After a short introduction, there comes the basic information about the clubs, photographies, interviews with the managers and interesting history, if there is any. All of the clubs have been...
Project migration of user data in a multinational company in the transition from Windows XP to Windows 7
Plzák, Vojtěch ; Bruckner, Tomáš (advisor) ; Nový, Josef (referee)
This work deals with user data migration in large companies. The actual content is preceded by a theoretical part, which summarizes the terms in the field of projects, migration and corporate directives. The practical part contains information which provides comprehensive knowledge gained from a realized project. The following chapters include defining the scope of the project and ensuring the security of data during implementation. Data security is conceived from both the perspective of stealing data from a hard drive and from the perspective of data loss caused by, for instance, improper handling. The fourth chapter is devoted to the migration process itself, recorded exactly as I applied it myself. A part listing the critical factors that I have met and suggestions for addressing them follows. Conclusion is devoted to a summary of the whole work.

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