Music Theory Text Analysis 6

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186AHT6 Z 2 1T Czech summer

Subject guarantor

Jiří BEZDĚK, Iva OPLIŠTILOVÁ

Name of lecturer(s)

Jiří BEZDĚK, Iva OPLIŠTILOVÁ

Learning outcomes of the course unit

LInked to the Analysis of Music Theory Texts 5 course. Study of medium length complex literature with focus on writings about 20th century music, nominal texts on tone and compostion technique systems and new elements of music (micro-intervals, non-music sounds). A gradual transition to more extensive theory writings. The year's paper is required to have significant independent handling content and critical assessment of the discussed issue. Continued study of classical music theory.

Mode of study

Classes with individual student performances and subsequent discussion.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Completion of Music Theory Text Analysis 5. No other requirements.

Course contents

A required course for Music Theory studies. Instruction is 1 hour per week in the summer semester of the 3rd year of Bachelor's study. Linking of Music Theory, History and Classification. Study of intermediate extent and complex music theory writings focused on 20th century music, in particular new tone and composition techniques and new music and sound material (micro-intervals, non-music sounds) Parallel study of classic music theory writings. The semester paper is to be of critique-evaluation character with an increased section of the students distinctive approach to the material. The completed writing is the Bachelor's thesis.

Recommended or required reading

Dahlaus, Carl: Untersuchungen über die Entstehung der harmonischen Tonalität. - Kassel 1968

Dahlhaus, Carl: Ästhetische Probleme der elektronischen Musik. - in: Experimentelle Musik, ed. F. Winckel, Berlin 1971, s. 81 nn

Dahlhaus, Carl, (ed): Einführung in die systematische Musikwissenschaft. - Cologne 1971

Dahlhaus, Carl: Musiktheorie. - in: Einführung in die systematische Musikwissenschaft, ed. C.Dahlhaus, Cologne 1971, s. 93-132

Dahlhaus, Carl: Schoenberg and Schenker. - in: Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association C, 1973/74, s. 209 nn.

Dempster, Douglas-Brown, Matthew: Evaluating Musical Analyses and Theories: Five Perspectives. - In: Journal of Music Theory 34, 1990, No 2, s. 247-279

Dunsby, Jonathan: Models of Musical Analysis: Early Twentieth-Century Music.- Oxford, Alden Press 1993

Faltin, Peter: Semiotische Dimensionen des Instrumentalen und Vokalen im Wandel der Symphonie. Archiv für Musikwissenschaft (AfMw) 32, 1975, s. 26-38

Filip, Miroslav: K problémom hudby a slova z experimentálného hľadiska. - Hudební věda I, 1964, č.3, s.462-475

Georgiades, Thrasybulos: Der griechische Rhythmus: Musik, Reigen, Vers und Sprache. - Hamburg 1949 (habilitační spis)

Georgiades, Thrasybulos: Zur Musiksprache der Wiener Klassiker. - Mozart-Jahrbuch des Zentralinstituts für Mozartforschung 1951, s. 50 nn.

Hauer, Josef Matthias: Vom Melos zur Pauke. Eine Einführung in die Zwölftonmusik. - Wien 1925, 21967

Kofroň, Petr: Třináct analýz. - Praha, H+H 1993

Kohoutek, Ctirad: Novodobé skladebné teorie západoevropské hudby. Praha, SHV 1962.

Kohoutek, Ctirad: Novodobé skladebné směry v hudbě. - Praha, SHV 1965

Kohoutek, Ctirad: Projektová hudební kompozice. - Praha SPN 1969

Kohoutek, Ctirad: Hudební styly z hlediska skladatele. - Praha, Panton 1976

Kohoutek, Ctirad: Hudební kompozice. Praha, Ed. Supraphon 1989.

Lissa, Zofia: Geschichtliche Vorform der Zwölftontechnik. - Acta musicologica XVII, 1935, s.15 nn

Ludvová, Jitka: Matematické metody v hudební analýze. K muzikologické aplikaci teorie informace a teorie množin - Praha, Editio Supraphon 1975

Marsden, Alan - Pople, Anthony (Ed.): Computer Representations and Models in Music. - London, Academic Press 1992

Martináková, Zuzana: Modalita vo vzťahu k hudbe 20. storočia. - Bratislava, VŠMU 2000

Neue Wege der musikalischen Analyse. Berlin, Merseburger Verlag 1967.

Rahn, John: Basic Atonal Theory. - New York, Schirmer 1980

Reti, Rudolf: Tonality, Atonality, Pantonality. - London 1958

Rut, Josef Dvanáctitónová tonální teorie. - Praha, Panton 1969

Rut, Josef: Relativistická teorie hudebního pohybu. - Praha 1990

Šťastný, Jaroslav: Josef Berg a jeho snění. - Brno, JAMU 2002

Webern, Anton: Der Weg zur neuen Musik. Ed. Willi Reich. Wien 1960, angl.překl.1963

Assessment methods and criteria

Active participationin classes with assignment papers, active participation in discussions. Completion of the year's paper. Credit.

Note

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