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Suggested Reading:


The Kodaly Method 1 - Comprehensive Music Education

by Lois Choksy - Prentice Hall

The Kodaly Method 2 - Folksong to Masterwork
by Lois Choksy - Prentice Hall

The Kodaly Context : Creating an environment for Musical Literacy
by Lois Choksy - Prentice Hall

The Kodaly Concept : Its History, Philosophy & Development
by Sister Lorna Zemke - Mark Foster Music Company

The Kodaly Way to Music (Books one and two)
by Cecilia Vajda - Boosey and Hawkes

The Selected Writings of Zoltan Kodaly
by Boosey and Hawkes

  

Suggested Websites:

ZOLTAN KODALY PEDAGOGICAL INSTITUTE
http://www.kodaly-inst.hu
This site gives details of courses run by the Kodály Institute in Kecskemet, Hungary. Lengthy and detailed text regarding Kodály's guidelines, including numerous quotations, are included.


INTERNATIONAL KODALY SOCIETY

http://www.iks.hu
The IKS was established in 1975 - its purpose is to promote the pedagogical goals of Zoltán Kodály.


BRITISH KODALY ACADEMY

http://www.britishkodalyacademy.org
Dedicated to the promotion of Kodály principles within the British Heritage.
Details are available of all courses e.g. Annual Summer School, weekend courses and various workshops throughout UK.


COLOURSTRINGS

http://www.colourstrings.co.uk
Colourstrings is an approach to music teaching that will take a child from the very early stages in music kindergarten and equip him or her to study at conservatoire level. It was developed as a natural progression from the traditions of Kodály by the Hungarian Szilvay brothers, who are known to string players and pedagogues all over the world. Children can study violin, cello, mini-bass, piano and guitar within the Colourstrings integrated approach.


KODALY of NEW YORK
http://www.oake.org/kony/
KONY has selected several links to music education related websites. Categories include: Music Education Organizations, Music Education Resources, Folk Resources, and Education Resources.

 

 



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