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Title:MELODIČNA TOLKALA
Authors:Zavšek, Eva (Author)
Feguš, Maksimiljan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:V uvodu tega diplomskega dela so kratko predstavljene osnovne razvrstitve glasbil ter splošni pregled tolkalnih instrumentov, njihov razvoj in uporaba. Osrednja tema je posvečena posameznim melodičnim tolkalom, ki so lahko narejena iz lesa (ksilofon, marimba), kovine (metalofon, vibrafon, zvončki, zvonovi, tubafon, čelesta, jekleni boben, bonang, pojoča žaga, fleksaton), kamna (litofon) in stekla (steklene čaše, steklena harmonika). Predstavljeni so tudi nekateri manj znani in novejši instrumenti. Avtorica pri vsakem instrumentu predstavi njegov opis, zgodovinski razvoj, akustične značilnosti, tehniko igranja nanj, orkestrsko rabo, strokovno literaturo in tolkače, ki se uporabljajo pri igranju. Poleg tega poskuša oceniti možnosti njegove uporabe v današnjem času. V delu so uporabljene naslednje metode: deskriptivna metoda, komparativna metoda, zgodovinska metoda in metoda klasifikacije. V sklepu avtorica povzame obravnavano snov in izpostavi nekaj glavnih virtuozov in izvajalcev na melodičnih tolkalih današnjega časa, ki so prispevali k temu, da se ti instrumenti vse bolj izpopolnjujejo, hkrati pa se povečujejo njihova prepoznavnost, raba in vrednost v glasbenem svetu. Zagovor diplomskega dela vsebuje tudi izvedbo treh skladb, napisanih za melodična tolkala: Fantazija za vibrafon solo skladatelja Roberta Kampleta, Blues for Gilbert za vibrafon solo Marka Glenthwortha in Eldorado za vibrafon in kovinska tolkala Neya Rosaura.
Keywords:Instrument, melodična tolkala, ksilofon, vibrafon, marimba, zvončki, cevni zvonovi.
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[E. Zavšek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:78(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17174280 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:F9ZKWRMD
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Language:English
Title:MALLET PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS
Abstract:The introduction of my dissertation gives general overview of the basic classifications of musical instruments, followed by detailed overview of the percussion instruments, their development and use. The main part is dedicated to individual mallet percussion instruments, which may be made of wood (xylophone, marimba), metal (metalophone, vibraphone, glockenspiel, tubular bells, tubaphone, celeste, steel drum, bonang, musical saw, flexatone), stone (litophone) and glass (crystal glasses, glass harmonica). Some less known and newly developed percussions are presented too. For each instrument, the author focuses on its description, historical development, acoustic characteristics, technique of playing, orchestral use, professional literature and beaters used for playing it. Additionally, she tries to assess the possibilities of using it nowadays as well. The theoretical part was written by using the following methods: descriptive method, comparative method, historical method and classification method. In the conclusion, the author summarizes the discussed topic and exposes some of the main contemporary virtuoses and mallet percussion performers, who contributed a lot to the perfection and transparency of these instruments in the world of music. Within the presentation of my dissertation three songs, written for mallet percussions will be performed: Fantasy for solo vibraphone by Robert Kamplet, Blues for Gilbert for solo vibraphone by Mark Glenthworth and Eldorado for vibraphone and metal percussions by Ney Rosauro.
Keywords:Instrument, mallet percussions, xylophone, vibraphone, marimba, glockenspiel or orchestra bells, tubular bells or chimes.


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