Master Project 2
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|174MP2||Z||12||2 hours (45 min) of instruction per week, 79 to 99 hours of self-study||English, Czech||summer|
Name of lecturer(s)
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The student has a comprehensive knowledge of jazz music repertoire and demonstrates a high level of proficiency in creating and delivering seamless musical experiences and interpretations.
Possesses a cultivated and experienced knowledge of improvisational practices and processes and has the ability to apply them freely in a variety of contexts. Has the ability to create, realise and express their own artistic concepts and can ensure that any areas of weakness in relation to the artistic practice of jazz music are overcome. Understands the field in depth in relation to relevant career paths and opportunities and identifies and formulates strategies for developing collaborative work on this basis.
Mode of study
Prerequisites and co-requisites
The Master's Project course serves as preparation for the student's final graduate project. The project is a concert, supplemented by a recording on CD or other media, if necessary. The preparation of the project includes all organizational details such as the choice and reservation of the concert venue, its promotion, etc.
The course is taught in the form of continuous individual consultations, the student presents partial progress in the preparation of the project in class. At the end of the semester, the student demonstrates the status of the project preparation in the form of a concert.
- CREATIVE WORK ON THE DEFINED PROJECT - studying sources of inspiration for own work, searching for connections between existing music, based on similar premises, and own work. Creating own compositions or arrangements of compositions taken from other composers, all within the guidelines defined in the previous semester.
- PREPARATION OF THE SEMESTER CONCERT - choosing the appropriate form of presentation of the partial results of the project. This presentation will not yet take the form of a final concert, but should clearly define the chosen direction.
Recommended or required reading
Recordings of music stylistically or conceptually related to the student's project or that inspires the student's project.
GOLDSTEIN, Gil. Gil GOLDSTEIN, Gil GOLDSTEIN, Jazz Composer's Companion. Rottenburg: Advance Music, 1993.
HINDEMITH, Paul. The Composer's World. Prague: AMU Publishing House, 2008. ISBN 978-80-7331-132-2.
MILLER, Ron. Modal Jazz, Composition & Harmony. Rottenburg: Advance Music, 1992.
THAKAR, Markand. Counterpoint, the basics of musical performance. Prague: AMU Publishing House, 2012. ISBN 978-80-7331-254.
Assessment methods and criteria
active participation in exercises, successful performance of the semester concert
Other requirements: attendance of at least 60%
No schedule has been prepared for this course
The subject is a part of the following study plans
- Jazz Interpretation (Mg) (required main subject)