HF0119z Interpretation of Early Music I

Hudební fakulta
zima 2020
Rozsah
2/0/2. 2 kr. Ukončení: z.
Vyučující
Bc. Jan Čižmář, Ph.D., M.A., B.A., dipl. um. (přednášející)
MgA. BcA. et BcA. Martin Hroch, Ph.D., MBA (přednášející)
MgA. Anežka Šejnohová (přednášející)
Michaela Šikulová Ambrosi, Ph.D., MMus (přednášející)
MgA. Marek Štryncl (přednášející)
Mgr. Irena Troupová (přednášející)
prof. Barbara Maria Willi, Ph.D. (přednášející)
Garance
prof. Barbara Maria Willi, Ph.D.
Katedra varhanní a historické interpretace - Děkanát - Hudební fakulta - Janáčkova akademie múzických umění v Brně
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Katedra varhanní a historické interpretace - Děkanát - Hudební fakulta - Janáčkova akademie múzických umění v Brně
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Cíle předmětu
The subject supports the creativity and personality of the student and prepares them for independent work in highly competitive environments. Studying the subject prepares the student for the variability and flexibility of the labour market. The student has the opportunity to connect the theory of the historically informed performance practise beyond their skills on a classical or historical instrument. The future graduate of the subject should acquire the knowledge, ability and skills so as to incorporate them into their concert activity. The aim of this course is to prepare the student for authentic interpretation in solo and ensemble playing, as well as in specialized orchestras. For students to correctly interpret the early music, it is necessary that they be familiarized with the relevant issues: tempo, instrumental setting, articulation, phrasing, tuning, ornamentation, etc. All these questions need to be supported by the corresponding literature.
Výstupy z učení
The aim of this subject is to prepare students to work in ensembles that focus on authentic performances as well as in early music ensembles.
Authentic performances of pre-baroque, baroque and classical music require students to be aware of the relevant issues that include: tempo, instrumentation, articulation, phrasing, pitch standards, ornamentation.
These questions are addressed in the light of the relevant literature.
Osnova
  • The subject of Interpretation of Early Music is related to the study of period sources (treatises, methods, prefaces to compositions, tables of ornaments, encyclopaedical works, musical dictionaries, etc.)
  • the study of contemporary sources (RISM, catalogues of sources, eg: Méthodes et Traités, thematic catalogues, catalogues of dictionaries, eg: Grove, MGG, bibliography of dictionaries and books of criticism, musical & science journals, etc)
  • the study of iconography (paintings, graphics, drawings, statues, etc.); the study of historical documentation (archive documents - factual sources, periodicals, literature, memoirs, polemic writings, aesthetic works, etc.)
  • the study of musical documentation (manuscripts, prints, periodicals, posthumous editions, musical journals, etc.)
  • the study of instrumental documentation (invoice, literature).
  • Another aspect is also the orientation in key groups in the interpretation of music of older stylistic periods, such as declamation and rhetoric, phrasing including, the hierarchy of beats, gestures, tempo, rhythm and rhythmic elements, the creation of ornaments and melodic decorations (appoggiaturas, trills, free ornaments, vibrato, messa di voce, glissando, etc.), basso continuo, etc.
Literatura
    doporučená literatura
  • Bruce Haynes: A history of performing pitch;. info
  • Couperin, François: L´Art de toucher le clavecin. Breitkopf und Härtel 1933. info
  • Dolmetsch, A.: The Interpretation of the Music of the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, London 1915. info
  • Donington, Robert: The interpretation of Early Music. Faber & Faber, London 1989. info
  • Grove, Riemann, MGG a další světové slovníky a encyklopedie. info
  • Hotteterre: Principes de la flute; Methodes et Traité de basson. info
  • Neumann, Frederick: Ornamentation in Baroque and Post-Baroque Music. With special emphasis on J. S. Bach. University Press, Princeton 1980. info
  • Rosen, Ch. : The Classical style - Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven. New York 1998. info
  • Vybrané hudebně-teoretické traktáty (S. Ganassi, G. Caccini, J. Mattheson, L. Mozart, J. J. Quantz, C. Ph. E. Bach, D. G. Türk u. a.). info
  • BUKOFZER, Manfred. Music in the Baroque Era. W. W. Norton & Company: 1947
  • BURNEY, Charles. The present state of music in France and Italy: or, The journal of a tour through those countries, undertaken to collect materials for a general history of music. T. Becket, 1773
Výukové metody
The teacher evaluates students on the basis of their knowledge, contributions, progress, individual preparation, abilities, etc. The teacher monitors the theoretical knowledge of the students as well as well as the extent of their orientation in the given subject.
Metody hodnocení
Students are evaluated according to their knowledge, abilities, presentations, progress, individual preparation. The teacher evaluates the activity of students, how much they have learnt and their ability to shape this into an oral presentation. The teacher monitors the gains in theoretical knowledge of the students as well as their ability to deal with specific issues. Oral or written exam.
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