Recent Submissions

Bařtipánová, Soňa
Simulation Incubator as an Activation Method of Music Management Teaching at the Faculty of Education

The paper aims to show the reader how to use an economic-manager instrument in the shape of an incubator in the teaching process at the faculty of pedagogy. The research on the impor tance of using a simulation incubator as an activation teaching method is int...

Gadžijeva, Elvira
Choral Activities in the Czech Republic During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The time of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent government restrictions, which included a ban on singing in public places and companies, proved to be challenging for choirs in the Czech Republic. When group singing was listed as a high-risk activity that could spre...

Bubeníčková, Daniela , Slavíková, Marie
Music Education in a Small Rural School

The article deals with the issue of small rural schools and the possibilities of teaching music education in these schools. Small rural schools are schools with a small number of classes, where two or three school years are taught simultaneously in one classroom....

Daniel, Ladislav
Flauto dolce in the Post-War Context of Art Synesthesia: Dedicated to the memory of my father Ladislav Daniel (1922–2015)

The postwar situation changed the social atmosphere in the whole world. After World War I, the Dadaist movement and surrealism appeared, like after World War II, Arte povera, or Informel. Artists began to deal with new approaches to art. Interest now was taken in i...

Chaloupková, Lenka , Tichá, Adéla , Moravčíková, Dominik
Wang Guangqi and Feng Zikai: Two Ways of Appreciating European Art Music in China

Abstract This paper focuses on two musical textbooks written by Wang Guangqi 王光祈 (An Outline of the History of Western Music, 1930) and Feng Zikai 丰子恺 (Introduction to Music, 1926). During the 1930s in China, these publications emerged as the dominant genr...