HF0122l Chamber Music II

Hudební fakulta
léto 2022
0/2/4. 3 kr. Ukončení: zk.
Bc. Jan Čižmář, Ph.D., M.A., B.A., dipl. um. (cvičící)
MgA. BcA. et BcA. Martin Hroch, Ph.D., MBA (cvičící)
Michaela Šikulová Ambrosi, MMus, Ph.D. (cvičící)
MgA. Marek Štryncl (cvičící)
Mgr. Irena Troupová (cvičící)
prof. Barbara Maria Willi, Ph.D. (cvičící)
prof. Barbara Maria Willi, Ph.D.
Katedra varhanní a historické interpretace - Děkanát - Hudební fakulta - Janáčkova akademie múzických umění
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Katedra varhanní a historické interpretace - Děkanát - Hudební fakulta - Janáčkova akademie múzických umění
Successfully completed winter semester of Chamber Music II.
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Cíle předmětu
The subject Chamber Music performance enables students to get acquainted with the historically informed performance practise of early music. The student is in close contact with the style of baroque and classicist music through a large number of chamber music literature of these periods. During the course the students have the possibility to cooperate in variable instrumental and vocal settings - melodic instruments, instruments of the basso continuo section and voices. The student during the study compares different instruments, their possibilities, the interconnection of the style of music and the interpretation, ornamentation and performance. After completing the subject, the student should achieve an artistic-interpretative level that will allow him to apply his newly acquired knowledge not only as a player in chamber ensembles but also as a solo player, i.e. that the student is guided during the study so that after completing the subject he may be a flexible chamber music player with a separate ability to operate a historically informed performance practise.
Výstupy z učení
Students demonstrate highly profiled skills in playing their instrument with a focus on chamber music in particular.
Students demonstrate an ability to perform simple and difficult works in the repertoire of their chosen field, which involves giving historically accurate performances of music from early periods.
Performances are in accordance with the current trends in historical principles such as the French School, the Dutch and English traditions, mixed styles, etc.
Students are equipped with a professional vocabulary including foreign terms and musical terminology.
Students are able to follow current trends in their chosen field and are able to integrate them into their own professional development.
  • Time period: second half of the 18th century to the beginning of the 19th century.
  • When performing classical music, it is necessary to take into account essential elements, such as: homophonic techniques, the preference of fast tempi, tonal and harmonic processes, features of metrical rhythm, periodicity and symmetry new types of melodic lines, dynamics, tonal colours of musical instruments, musical expressivity, musical styles, forms and genres.
  • The students apply the principles of articulation, phrasing, musical forms, intonation, balancing voices and other important aspects of musical creation in accordance with historical principles of interpretation.
  • The students recognise the diversity in the make-up of ensembles, the sound, style, technical and psychological aspects of performances.
  • They are able to alternate the roles of leading and following. They develop perceptual skills.
  • For advanced students, emphasis is placed on the study of classical or early romantic music, including the appropriate principles of interpretation.
    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
  • 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
  • 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
  • BUKOFZER, Manfred. Music in the Baroque Era. W. W. Norton & Company: 1947
Výukové metody
Student performance analysis - continuous monitoring of student performance (interpretation and discussion), semestral concert.
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. Semestral concert.
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