MEDŇANSKÝ, K. Viola da Gamba and Its Place in the Teaching Process of the Primary Level of Music Education in Slovakia

The historical instruments play an important role in interpretation of Early music in line with historically influenced interpretation. Viola da Gamba has important role in this tendency. It is an ideal instrument to support the music development in child. However, viola da gamba is not included in the study programs of primary level of music education in Slovakia.

Key word: historically influenced interpretation, viola da gamba, instrument build, teaching process.

Doc. Mgr. Art. Karol Medňanský, PhD., Department of Music, Faculty of Humanities and Natural Sciences, Universita of Prešov in Prešov, e-mail: karolmed@unipo.sk


KUBÁTOVÁ, G. Masterpieces of 20th Century Chamber Music at Elementary Music School

The article concerns the development of practical music skills through the teaching of chamber music at elementary music schools both for beginning and advanced violinists with the focus on the music of the 20th century. It analyses 44 Duets for Two Violins (Sz. 98, BB 104; 1931) written by one of the most important composers of the 20th century Béla Bartók.

Key words: violin, children, chamber music, duo, interpretation, Béla Bartók.

PhDr. Gabriela Kubátová, Ph.D., Music Department, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague, e-mail: gabriela.kubatova@email.cz

KLJUNIĆ, B. Adivision of Ludwig van Beethoven life and works

This contribution deals with a problem of difference approaches to division of L. van Beethoven life and works. This issue is regarded from the composers’ 32 piano sonatas. For didactics use is recommend a subdivision into five periods of Beethoven’s life and works, according W. S. Newman. This subdivision into five periods is intended for use in music teaching.

Keywords: a division of L. van Beethoven life and works, the Beethoven’s sketchbooks, the Beethoven’s series of 32 piano sonatas, music education, music didactics.

PhDr. Bojana Kljunić, Ph.D., Music Department, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague, e-mail: sardina@email.cz