Baroque Music Interpretation 4

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104IB4 ZK 1 1T Czech summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Learning outcomes of the course

The aim of the course is a glimpse into the issues of historically educated interpretation.

  1. basic concepts and terminology (in a period context)
  2. bearin in the literature (where to find more detailed information)
  3. style variances (period and regional)

Mode of study

Lecture supplemented by sound and score samples requiring student participation.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Partial knowledge of 17th and 18th century music and not only for keyboard instruments.

Course contents

HIstorical sources covering keyboard insterpretation - G. Frescobaldi, M. Lambert, F. Couperin, J. Ph. Rameau, C. Ph. E. Bach, F. W. Marpurg, D. G. Türk and others, supplemented by listening to recordings. Openness to other topics according to the desires and needs of the students.

Recommended or required reading

Czech and slovak:

BACH, Carl Philippe Emanuel, Úvaha o správném způsobu hry na klavír, Paido Brno 2002

DOLMETSCH, Arnold, Interpretace hudby 17. a 18. století, SNKLHU, Praha 1958

KAZÁROVÁ, Helena, Barokní taneční formy, AMU 2005

KALISTA, Zdeněk, Tvář baroka, Praha 1992, 2. vyd. Garamond, 2005

MOZART, Leopold, Leopolda Mozarta, velkoknížecího salcburského vicekapelníka důkladná škola na housle, Praha 2000

QUNTILIANUS, Marcus Fabius, Základy rétoriky,Odeon (Živá díla minulosti), Praha 1985

QUANTZ, Johann Joachim, Pokus o návod jak hrát na příčnou flétnu, Supraphon, Praha 1990

Slovenská hudba. Revue pre hudobnú kultúru. Antologia renesancia a barok, roč. XX, rok 1994, číslo 3-4

VILLARI Rosario (editor), Barokní člověk a jeho svět, Vyšehrad 2004

Foreign language:

Music encoklopediae MGG and Grove

The Companion to Baroque Music, Ed. J. A. Sadie, Oxford University Press 1998

DONINGTON, Robert, Interpretation of Early Music, Faber - Faber, London 1963, New Version London 1989

FERGUSON, Howard, Keyboard Interpretation from the 14th to the 19th Century, Oxford University Press, London 1975, 1987

MATTHESON, Johann, Der vollkomenne Capelmeister, 1739, Faksimile (2. vyd.) Bärenreiter, Kassel, 1969

Grosse-Generalbass-Schule oder: Der exemplarischen Organisten-Probe II/1731, Georg Olms Verlag, Hildesheim 1994

MIEHLING, Klaus, Das Tempo in der Musik von Barock und Vorklassik, Florian Noetzel Verlag, Wilhelmshaven 1993

NEUMANN, Friderik, Ornamentation in Baroque and Post-Baroque Music, Princeton 1978

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded based on:

Lecture participation

completion and presentation of a paper

During the semester the student is required to do independent readings and participate in discussion. 70% lecture attendance is required. If not managed for health reasons substitute tasks may be requested.



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