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Kodály Resources

Kodály Resources

By Kodály

 

Educational Music and Singing Exercises written by Zoltán Kodály
(
published by Boosey & Hawkes)

Fifteen Two-part Exercises, 1941
Bicinia Hungarica I-IV, 1937-42
Let Us Sing Correctly, 1941
333 Elementary Exercises, 1943
Pentatonic Music I-IV, 1945-48
33 Two-Part Exercises, 1954
44 Two-Part Exercises, 1954
55 Two-Part Exercises, 1954Tricinia, 1954
Epigrams, 1954
24 Little Canons on the Black Keys, 1957
Fifty Nursery Songs, 1961
66 Two-Part Exercises, 1962
22 Two-Part Exercises, 1964
77 Two-Part Exercises, 1966 Pedagogical Resources


Kodály Pedagogy Books

Bacon, Denise. 185 Unison Pentatonic Exercises. Newton, Massachusetts: Kodály Center of America, 1978.
 
_____. 50 Easy Two-Part Exercises. New York: European American Music Corporation, 1977.
 
Baird, Irene. Kodály I. Victoria, B.C.: Victoria Conservatory of Music, 1984.
Barron, John. Ride With Me. A Journey from Unison to Part-Singing.. Oakville, Ontario: Frederick Harris Music Co., Limited, 1993.
 
Choksy, Lois. The Kodály Method I: Comprehensive Music Education from Infant to Adult, Third Edition. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1999.
 
Choksy, Lois. The Kodály Method II: Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1999.
 
Choksy, Lois, Robert M. Abramson, Avon E. Gillespie, and David Woods. Teaching Music in the Twenty-First Century. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 2000.
 
Forrai, Katalin and Jean Sinor. Music in Preschool. Budapest: Corvina, 1988.
 
Hegyi, Erzsébet. Solfege According to the Kodály-Concept, Vol. 1 and Pupil's Book. Kecskemét: Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music, 1975.
 
Hegyi, Erzsébet. Solfege According to the Kodály-Concept, Vol. II. Budapest: Editio Musica Budapest, 1979.
 
Hegyi, Erzsébet. Stylistic Knowledge on the Basis of the Kodály-Concept: Characteristics of Folk Music and Renaissance Style, Vol. 1 Advanced Level. Kecskemét: Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music, 1984.
 
Herboly, Ildikó. Teaching of Polyphony, Harmony and Form in Elementary School. Kecskemét: Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music, 1984.
 
Houlahan, Micheál and Philip Tacka. Sound Thinking: Music for Sight-Singing and Ear Training, 2 Vols. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 1990.
 
Lantos, Edith. Bounce High, Bounce Low. Oakville, Ontario: Frederick Harris Music, 1988.
 
Sándor, Frigyes (Ed.). Musical Education in Hungary. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 1969.
 
Szabó, Helga. The Kodály Concept of Music Education (English edition by Geoffrey Russell-Smith). London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1969.
 
Szönyi, Erzsébet. Kodály's Principles in Practice (trans. John Weissman). London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1973.
 
Szönyi, Erzsébet. Musical Reading and Writing, Vol. 1, London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1974.
 
Vinden, David. Harmonic Foundations Through Relative Solfa, Part I. Wellesley, Massachusetts:Kodály Center of America, 1993.

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