Seminar of Stringed Instruments 9

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
105SSN9 credit 3 2 seminar hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 57 to 72 hours of self-study English, Czech winter

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

The student responds creatively and appropriately to the ideas and suggestions of others, working consistently and positively with verbal feedback.

Uses their imagination, intuition and emotional understanding, thinks and works creatively.

Acts as a confident and trustworthy person in an appropriate context, communicates effectively.

Understands in depth the role of the musician in contemporary society, exploring, engaging and reflecting on specific relevant professional working environments and contexts.

Undertakes a high level of critical self-reflection in relation to their own learning style, skills and strategies.

Has a high level of appropriate presentation skills in all aspects of their practice and activities.

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Course contents

Learning objectives:

This seminar builds on the learning from previous semesters and emphasizes the quality of independent critical thinking, analytical skills, and creative discussion based on informed argumentation. The focus is on the discussion of problems of musical performance and the mutual confrontation of artistic opinions between students and teachers. Students practice the verbal skills needed to accurately articulate and persuasively defend their artistic ideas. They apply their knowledge and skills acquired in the main subject of their specialisation and in theoretical lectures.

Thematic areas:

Regular presentations during seminars

Specifics of stage performance

Listening to recordings

Attending concerts

Attending professional seminars and master classes

Recommended or required reading

Literature and study aids are individual and depend closely on the repertoire studied in each individual student's specialisation.

Assessment methods and criteria

Conditions for the award of credit examination:

Participation in the seminar including minimum 80% attendance, activity in discussions, to play a composition studied in the main course of his/her specialisation with a total duration of at least 30 minutes at least once a semester.



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