Methodology of Folk Dance 6

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107ML6 ZK 4 1+1/T Czech summer

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Learning outcomes of the course unit

Working on partner technique. Work in training pupils for solo dance, solo and partner improvisation.

Mode of study

Folkdance instruction preparation for the 7th study year. Creating a model instruction lesson according to dance conservatories, ZUŠ dance studies and other dance and movement studies.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Pro absolvování tohoto předmětu je třeba úzpěšně projít předmětem - metodika lidového tance 5.

Course contents

Folkdance in its peak form: Students are to find complex dances and their variations in collections. These dance are the joined into a larger whole (students are introduced to the creation of a transition). The dances are further enhanced with additional motifs so the pupils are prepared for working with a professional ensemble. The student help each other creation their own variations and joined step motifs and whole dances.

Enhanced pupil endurance: Student check as to what manner it is possible to work using folkdance on the endurance of the pupils. Dance combinations are created to be longer (for stamina) and more difficult (for technical growth). Step variations are created base on these examples: Mazurpolka with prestep and side step jump. polka step ornamented with prestep and side step jump, Skočna in various connection to other steps and all possible manners of execution. All other covered steps and their variations are used.

Improvisation in folkdance: In the original folk environment improvisation was an inseparable part of the dance culture. Students are introduced to manners of arranging non-emphasized improvisation forms into intruction of folkdance. The manners are various and other possibilities may be created by the students themselves (changing the instructed dance according to pupil imagination, creation of a particular part of the dance combination, free improvisation on the song). Improvisation in dance with no firm connection to the music accompaniment is an improvisation on the basic dance structure.

Dance repertoire: Additional variations of Southern Bohemian reels, Skočna in pairs, Holubička, Kopaničařský Čardáš, Ondraš in fours, selected dances from Slovak folkdances.

Recommended or required reading

Jelínková, Zdenka: Lidové tance z Kopanic, Brno 1957

Jelínková, Zdenka: Valašské tance, Praha 1954

Karel, Link: Beseda, Český salonní tanec, Praha 1944

Bonuš, František: Společenské tance z doby národního obrození, Plzeň 1966

Bonuš, František; Kos, Bohumil; Mišurec, Zdenek: Zbojnické písně a tance, Praha 1953

Socha, Vincenc: Lašské tance, vlastní náklad 1950

Janáček, Leoš: Národní tance na Moravě, Praha 1987

Vycpálek, Josef: České tance, Praha 1921

Seidl, Jan; Špičák, Josef: Zahrajte mi do kola Praha 1945

Plicka, Karel; Volf, František; Svolinský Karel: Český rok (jaro, léto, podzim, zima), Praha 1947 ? 1960

Binderová, Eva: České lidové tance pro I.-VIII. roč. hudební a taneční školy, SPN Praha 1990

Mázorová, Mária; Ondrejka, Kliment a kol.: Slovenské ludové tance, Bratislava 1991

Assessment methods and criteria

Preparations for instruction of folkdance for 7th years students, creation of a model instruction lesson. Preparation of dance variations with firm and not firm relationships to the music accompaniment - Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia. Simplification of variations and other adjustments to prepared variations for various types of dance studies and dance conservatories.

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