Compositions Study for Composition 1

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Code Completion Credits Range Language Instruction Semester
186SSS1 Z 3 2T Czech winter

Subject guarantor

Iva OPLIŠTILOVÁ

Name of lecturer(s)

Jiří BEZDĚK, Iva OPLIŠTILOVÁ, Miroslav PUDLÁK

Learning outcomes of the course unit

The instruction focus lies in the study and analysis of selected compositions representing the main currents of music from the second half of the 20th century to the present.

Mode of study

Demonstration using masterpiece scores.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Presumed knowledge of forms, harmony, counterpoint and instrumentation ath the conservatory graduate level and impeccably good in reading scores.

Course contents

Instruction material originates in the assignments of individual students. Each student is required, at least once during the semester, to present a paper and participate in discussions on the papers of other students and others presented by the instructor.

Recommended or required reading

HONS, Miloš: Hudební analýza, Togga, Praha 2011

HONS, Miloš: Hudba zvaná symfonie, Togga, Praha 2005

HŮLA, Zdeněk: Nauka o harmonii, SNKLU, Praha 1956

HŮLA, Zdeněk: Nauka o kontrapunktu. Editio Supraphon, Praha 1985.

JANEČEK, Karel: Hudební formy. SNKLHU, Praha 1955.

JANEČEK, Karel: Melodika. SNKLHU, Praha 1956.

JANEČEK, Karel: Harmonie rozborem. SHV Praha l963.

JANEČEK, Karel: Tektonika. Supraphon, Praha 1968.

JANEČEK, Karel: Základy moderní harmonie. Nakladatelství ČSAV, Praha 1965.

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

LOUDOVÁ, Ivana: Moderní notace a její interpretace, Nakladatelství AMU,Praha 1998.

Orchestrace jako proces, sborník studií Katedry skladby HAMU, Praha 2010

RISINGER, Karel: Hierarchie hudebních celků v novodobé evropské hudbě. Panton, Praha 1969.

RYCHLÍK, Jan, Moderní Instrumentace, Panton Praha 1968

TICHÝ, Vladimír: Harmonicky myslet a slyšet. HAMU, Praha 1996.

TICHÝ, Vladimír: Úvod do studia hudební kinetiky. HAMU, Praha.

Assessment methods and criteria

Credit is awarded based on participation in class, development and presentation of a semester paper which is presented in class.

Overall grading is comprised of 60% for class participation and 40% for the paper presentation.

Note

None

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The subject is a part of the following study plans