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Hans Krása a jeho opera pro děti Brundibár

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Title:
Hans Krása a jeho opera pro děti Brundibár
Titile (in english):
Hans Krása and his opera for children Brundibár
Type:
Diploma thesis
Author:
Bc. Petra Klimešová, DiS.
Supervisor:
doc. MgA. Libuše Tichá, Ph.D.
Opponent:
PhDr. Kateřina Hurníková, Ph.D.
Thesis Id:
135256
Faculty:
Faculty of Education (PedF)
Department:
Katedra hudební výchovy (41-KHV)
Study programm:
Teacher Training for Secondary Schools (N7504)
Study branch:
Training Teachers of General Subjects at Lower and Higher Secondary Schools Music — Musical Instrument (N HV-NA)
Degree granted:
Mgr.
Defence date:
08/09/2015
Defence result:
Excellent
Language:
Czech
Keywords (in czech):
Analýza, Brundibár, holocaust, interpretace, klavírní výtah, opera, partitura, terezínské ghetto, Terezínská iniciativa.
Keywords:
Analysis, Brundibar, holocaust, interpretation, opera, orchestra score, piano reduction, Terezin Ghetto, Terezin Initiative.
Abstract (in czech):
Summary: Without a doubt, Hans Krása belongs amongst the most important figures in Czech music. In my thesis, I would like to focus on his opera for children, Brundibar, which represents an important bridge between free cultural expression and life behind the walls at the Terezin concentration camp. Clearly, it will be fruitful to compare both the Prague and Terezin versions of this piece. With this work, I would like to delve into the personality of the composer, his output, and musical life in the Terezin ghetto. Key words: Analysis, Brundibar, holocaust, interpretation, opera, orchestra score, piano reduction, Terezin Ghetto, Terezin Initiative.
Abstract:
Summary: Without a doubt, Hans Krása belongs amongst the most important figures in Czech music. In my thesis, I would like to focus on his opera for children, Brundibar, which represents an important bridge between free cultural expression and life behind the walls at the Terezin concentration camp. Clearly, it will be fruitful to compare both the Prague and Terezin versions of this piece. With this work, I would like to delve into the personality of the composer, his output, and musical life in the Terezin ghetto. Key words: Analysis, Brundibar, holocaust, interpretation, opera, orchestra score, piano reduction, Terezin Ghetto, Terezin Initiative.
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Download Supervisor's review doc. MgA. Libuše Tichá, Ph.D. 56 kB
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Download Defence's report prof. PaedDr. Michal Nedělka, Dr. 153 kB