Skladatelé

Matoušek Vlastislav

8.11.1948—

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Vystudoval na hudební fakultě AMU v Praze kompozici a postgraduální kurz hudební teorie. V roce 1996 jako stipendista Japan Foundation studoval hru na japonskou bambusovou flétnu šakuhači u Kifu Mitsuhashiho v Tokiu a japonskou tradiční hudbu u prof. Osamu Yamagutiho na University of Letters v Ósace. Na hudební fakultě AMU v Praze v roce 2001 obhájil disertaci Kinetika v etnické hudbě a získal doktorát v oboru hudební teorie-teorie skladby, v roce 2004 jmenován docentem. Od roku 1991 přednáší etnomusikologii na katedře teorie a dějin hudby hudební fakulty AMU v Praze, od roku 1999 také na Ústavu pro hudební vědu FF UK v Praze. Jako teoretik se zabývá hudbou mimoevropských kultur, hudební kinetikou a organologií (Rytmus a čas v etnické hudbě, Togga, Praha 2003). Spolupracuje jako hudební publicista s Českým rozhlasem v Praze. Je autorem mnohdy značně excentrických a originálních skladeb, často s účastí exotických nástrojů a elektroniky, s oblibou uplatňuje netradiční vyjadřovací prostředky a postupy. Jako koncertní sólista hraje zejména šakuhači honkyoku (CD Kaligrafie - Angel 1999, CD Taki Ochi - Arta Rec. 2003, CD Kaligrafie II - Nextera 2004) se svým souborem soudobé hudby Ensemble 108 Hz vystupuje při prezentaci experimentálních a vlastních skladeb pro hlasy, šakuhači a další nástroje, včetně exotických a folklorních z osobní rozsáhlé sbírky, často v kombinaci s elektronikou (CD Shapes of Silence - Transmusic 1994, Nextera 2006). Na historické dudy moldánky, niněru, hackbrett, gemshorn, šalmaje, platterspiel a další historické a lidové nástroje hraje a zpívá s rodinným souborem Schola Specialis Familiae hudbu období gotiky a renesance z českých pramenů (Codex Franus, Specialnik etc.) a východočeský folklór. Na exotické perkuse (tabla, dholak, tibetské mísy etc.), folklórní flétny a další nástroje hraje od r. 1979 meditativní hudbu inspirovanou orientem v souboru Relaxace (CD Dhjána, CD Kadael, CD Český kóan, CD Morning Prayer, CD Indian Inspiration etc.).

 

 

Dílo

Orchestrální skladby

Sázení hrušky, symfonická fantazie, 1986, 18:40
Symfonie, 1987, 20:30
Canon pro orchestr, 1997, 50:00

Skladby pro sólové nástroje 

Fuga pro kytaru, 1974, 4:40
Suita pro kytaru, 1974, 8:05
Sonatina pro flétnu, 1977, cca 5:10
Přede dvanáctou, suita pro klavír, 1978, cca 8:30
Tři ronda pro klavír, 1979, 16:30
Iluminace pro violoncello, 1979, 9:15
Aleatorica pro klavír, 1983, 6:43
Algorithmus návratu pro varhany, 1991, 20:00
V kruhu, pro sólový dechový nástroj, 1996, cca 12:00 , CD "taki ochi"- Vlastislav Matoušek playing the Shakuhachi, vyd. 2HP Production s.r.o.
Hexachordon, pro kytaru (amplifikovanou ad lib.), 2000, ad lib. cca 9:00
Ante duodecimam, pro klavír, 2000, 5:24
Chronica Bohemorum, pro preparované piáno, 2001, 7:12
Pa-jin, 8 zvuků pro multipercussionistu, 2004, 16:34
Fraktály pro kytaru (amplifikovanou ad lib.), 2005, 9:25

Komorní hudba 

Dvě věty pro hoboj a klavír, 1978, 5:55
Trio - "Of Kenozoic", pro hoboj, klarinet, fagot a bicí, 1979, cca 11:00
Dharana - koncentrace pro trombón a klavír, 1980, 9:40
Sonáta - "Klasická", pro flétnu a klavír, 1981, 13:50
Sansara, smyčcový kvartet, 1984, durata ad lib.
Symetrio pro housle, violoncello a klavír, 1985, 20:00
F#minutka pro zobcovou flétnu, housle, violoncello, klavír a 4 sportovní hráče, 1988, 2:20
Rattyfication for Prepared Piano and 4 Hands, 1989, 5:55
Algorithm 108 for Vibraphone, Percussion and 4 Hands, 1992, 15:50
Return Without Return, for 3 Gongs and Percussion, 1992, 30:00
The Way of Bells, for 3 Shakuhachi, 1996, cca 27:00, commissioned by Pro Musica Nipponia Orchestra, premiere at the concert From East to East 10. 7. 96, Tokyo Ordo Mobii - canon enigmaticus, cancrisans, perpetuus, vocibus ad libitum (crab endless enigmatic canon for arbitrary number of voices and instruments) 1996, durata ad libitum
Postscriptum for Various Musical Instruments (Fl, Cl in B, Vl, Vla, Vclo, Piano), 1997, 11:00
Koan for Various Instruments and Really Brave Musicians, 1998, 7:30
Samadhi, string quartet, 1998, dur. ad lib. (can be performed simultaneously with Sansara)
Incantus for Various Musical Instruments (Fl, Cl in B, Vl, Vla, Vclo, Piano, Percussion), 1999, 5:24
In Circulo for Various Musical Instruments, 2003, 17:00
Talea Iacta est 4 StrinQ pro smyčcové kvarteto, 2013, 11:00

Vocal Music

Above Landscape, 5 songs for Middle voice and Piano (lyrics: Pavel Dostál), 1976, 11:00
Songs for My Little Animals and the Others - 9 Songs for Children and Keyboard, (texts 1-4, 6-9 Vlastislav Matousek, 5 Jiri Havel), 1983, 15:00
Musicologia viva, Hymn for Mixed Choir, Renaissance Music Instruments and Musicologist ad lib. (text: J.A. Comenius, Vlastislav Matousek), 1985, 15:30
A Literati's Admonition to Those Who Do Not Know the Art of Singing Well - from the Choir of the Tyn Church in the Capital City of Praque, hymnus pro 12 vocibus - the "hymn" for twelve voices, (text: Czech Aanonym cca 1570), 1988, 10:30
The Adventures of the Good Cat Meecash, 5 songs to jumping for children and Keyboard (texts 2.3.5. Jan Burian, 1.4. Vlastislav Matousek), 1988, cca 9:00
Morning Lullabies, 3 bicínia for children (texts Jan Burian), 1989, 4:45
Without Memory, Songs for voice and strings (Prepared Piano, Violin and Violoncello), premiere at conc.1. 4. 97, Martinu Hall, Academy of Performing Arts, Prague (Text - Without Memory - Jan Jerabek, Counting Rhyme - Frantisek Jance, Spiral - Vlastislav Matousek)
Calligraphy for Voice and Bamboo (Koe to take no tame no shodo) songs for voice and shakuhachi on Ancient Japanese poetry from "One Hundred Poems from One Hundred Poets", 1997, 12:00
"...et deduce me in via aeterna", canon enigmaticus, cancrisans, perpetuus, vocibus ad lib., 1998, durata ad lib.
"Et revertatur...", for organ or low strings and voice, 1998, 24:00
Labyrinthus for vox humana, (at texts of sacral scriptures - Mandukyopanishad, Tao te ting, Tora, New Testament, Quaran, Lin-ti lü, Popol Vuh) 2000, ad lib., cca 17:35
Via Prophetiae, for voice and Tibetan bell (at Jer X and Is XXXV of Old Testament), 2001, 9:00
The 8th Journey, chamber Sci-Fi opera at story of Stanislaw Lem and text of Jan Burian (7 voices and 7 instruments), 2001, cca 50:00
Hitori Mondo, for Voice, Tibetan Bell, Shakuhachi and Strings at ancient Japanese text (Hisamatsu Fuyo), 1823, 2002, 14:31
San Kyomu - Emptiness Three, for Two Voices, Tibetan Bell, Water-filled Glass and Shakuhachi at ancient Japanese text (Hisamatsu Fuyo, 1823), 2002, 12:00
Kyomu - Emptiness, for Voice, Tibetan Bell and Shakuhachi at ancient Japanese text (Hisamatsu Fuyo, 1823), 2003, 12:00
E.T. Opernicus, set of Songs from Opera The 8th Journey for Voice and Guitar, 2003, ca 16:30
Vox Clamantis for Voices and Percussion at Biblic texts (Iz, Mat, Luc, Mar, Joh), 2003, ca 17:00
Signate signa, canon magicus enigmaticus cancrisans perpetuus vocibus ad lib., 2006, ad lib.(is possible to being performed together with the composition Roma Tibi)
Roma Tibi (2006) canon magicus enigmaticus cancrisans perpetuus vocibus ad lib., 2006, ad lib.(is possible to being performed together with the composition Signate Signa)

Electroacoustic Music

Monolog of Kitty for MG tape and Viola, 1983, 5:30
Voices of 6 Walls, for Electronics and Ethnic Instruments, 1990, 13:00, Radio Prague
The Wide Path, for Electronics, Tibetan Singing Bowls and Shepherd's Pipe, 1991, 16:48, Radio Prague
The Return, for Electronics and Voices, 1991, 19:48, Radio Prague
108 Wawes of the Wind, for Electronics and Ethnic Flutes, 1992, 18:36
Without Return, for MG tape and Harp, 1992, 9:15, Radio Plzen
5 Minutes Before, for Alarm Clock and Recording Studio, 1992, 5:00, Radio Prague
Praga 93, for Characteristic Prague's Sounds, 1993, 5:01, Radio Prague
From the Roof of the World, for Tibetan Singin Bowls, 1993, 11:49, Radio Prague
Trigrams, for MG tape, Flute and Harp, 1993, 18:00, Radio Prague
Shapes of Silence, for Tibetan Singin Bowls, Pipes and Sound Objects, 1993, 11:07, Radio Prague
Shapes of Silence 1-5, for Tibetan Singin Bowls, Pipes and Sound Objects, 1:06:50, 1994, CD EM 10, Transmusic, 1994
Discovery, for Czech Wood, Rain, Bees, Tibetan Singing Bowls and Ethnic Instruments, 1995, 32:24, Sound Studio AMU Prague, sound Ing. Tomas Drbohlav
Anacoluthes, Set of 10 Compositions for Sound Structures, Ticking and Instruments, 10 x 5:00, 1996, the Premier as piece choregraphique concue et interpretee par Anne-Lise Valla-Penttila, at Salle Edith Piaf, March 29, 1996, Paris
Go Rin No Sho (The Book of 5 Rings), for the Sounds of Japanese Temples and Shakuhachi, 12:35, 1997, Radio Prague
9 x 1 = 9, for 8 Dancers, Various Silences, the Sounds of Bohemia´s Woods and Fields and Ethnic Instruments, 42:22, 1998
Play 4, for 4 Dancers, Various Silences, the Sounds of Bohemia´s Woods and Fields and Ethnic Instruments, 26:34, 1998
Melodic Steps, for Sounds Structures and Shakuhachi, 2000, 9:12, Radio Prague
Vox Clamantis EA for Voices of Human and Animal Beings and Percussion at Biblic texts (Iz, Mat, Luc, Mar, Joh), 2004, ca 18:36, Czech Radio Prague
Vade Cum for Czech Nature Sounds and Relicts of Music, 2004, 79:38 for Exhibition The Tale of the Prague´s Castle at Castle of Prague
Prolog for Voice, Violoncello, Imprints of the Time and Dancers at Atharvavedic Hymn The Time, AVS 19.53, 2003, 12:36

Music for Films

Behind Bars (35:00) directed by Helena Trestikova, KF(Short Film) Prague 1990
Tell me Something about You - Pavlina (45:00) dir. H. Trestikova, KF Prague 1992
Tell me Something about You - Rene (55:00) dir. H. Trestikova, KF Prague 1992
Situation 1, Situation 2, (Children's Game, Discovery) dir. Pavel Koutecky, KF Prague 1995
Samurai, (44:00) dir. Michal Votruba, Czech TV and Studio FAMU, 1997
Czech Japan, (22:25), dir. Miroslav Capek, Czech TV, 2000
Prague-Kyoto, the sister towns, (12:00) dir. and realised by Zdenka Cechova 2001
The Tale of the Story directed and realised by Pavel Koutecký, CTV, KF Prague 2004
The Japan Garden Šówa-en (the music from CD Taki Ochi)

Incidental Music

In the Camp Music for dramatic adaptation of Franz Kafka stories (dir. by Attila Kovács, Martin Zoubek), Union Artists, 1992
Karkulín Music for a puppet theatre play (Marie Míková after A. Lindgren), ULD Prague, 1989

 

 

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