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  1. The Kodaly Method I: Comprehensive Music Education (3rd Edition) by Lois Choksy, 1998-10-24
  2. Kodály Today: A Cognitive Approach to Elementary Music Education by Mícheál Houlahan, Philip Tacka, 2008-06-26
  3. Zoltan Kodaly: A Guide to Research (Composer Resource Manuals) by Michael Houlahan, Philip Tacka, 1998-06-01
  4. The Kodály Method: Comprehensive Music Education from Infant to Adult by Lois Choksy, 1974
  5. Hold Fast to Dreams: Writings Inspired by Zoltan Kodaly by Denise Bacon, 1993-01
  6. The Kodaly Method II: Folksong to Masterwork by Lois Choksy, 1998-11-23
  7. The selected writings of Zoltan Kodaly by Zoltan Kodaly, 1974
  9. As cancoes tradicionais portuguesas no ensino da musica: Contribuicao da metodologia de Zoltan Kodaly (Cadernos O professor) (Portuguese Edition) by Rosa Maria Torres, 1998
  10. Zoltan Kodaly: A Hungarian Musician by Percy Marshall Young, 1976-03-30
  12. Zoltan Kodaly; his life and work by Laszlo Eosze, 1962
  13. Zoltan Kodaly: His Life in Pictures by Laszlo Eosze, 1982-12
  14. The Kodaly Method: Comprehensive Music Education from Infant to Adult by Lois Choksy, 1988-01

1. Zoltan Kodaly --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Zoltan Kodaly prominent composer and authority on Hungarian folk music. He was also important as an educator not
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2. Zoltan Kodaly
Zoltan Kodaly (18821967). Serenade for Two Violins and Viola Op. 12 (1919-1920). kodaly If I were to name the composer whose works are the most perfect
Sierra Chamber Society Program Notes Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967) Duo for Violin and Cello, Op.7 (1914) Serenade for Two Violins and Viola Op. 12 (1919-1920) Adagio for Viola and Piano (1905) Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967) Serenade for Two Violins and Viola Op. 12 (1919-1920) "If I were to name the composer whose works are the most perfect embodiment of the Hungarian spirit, I would answer, Kodaly. His work proves his faith in the Hungarian spirit. The obvious explanation is that all Kodaly’s composing activity is rooted only in Hungarian soil, but the deep inner reason is that his unshakable faith and trust in the constructive power and future of his people." Bela Bartok (1928) Kodaly’s contributions to the musical life of Hungary in the 20th century have been immense, and indeed, have gone far beyond mere nationalism. His orchestral compositions enjoy a place in the standard repertory. His researches into his country’s folk music have been models for ethno-musicologists. The program for folk music research drafted by him and Bartok in 1913 resulted in the collection, classification and editing of over 100,000 folk songs. He also made significant contributions in the fields of music history, music criticism, history of literature, linguistics and language education. His teaching methods also went far beyond the borders of his native land with the worldwide use of the "Kodaly Method" for teaching music in schools, the idea being general music literacy.

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Zoltan Kodaly was a Hungarian composer, educator, and ethnomusicologist. His philosophy of music education led to a highly sequential system of teaching
Zoldan Kodaly (1882-1967) Zoltan Kodaly was a Hungarian composer, educator, and ethnomusicologist. His philosophy of music education led to a highly sequential system of teaching music. The system was developed by those influenced by Kodaly’s vision of music education. Varied pedagogical tools are utilized to reach the central philosophical objective; “Music belongs to everyone and is necessary for health human development” (Online,
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  • 1882 Born in Kecskemet, a town in central Hungary. 1898 wrote an overture for school orchestra which received good notice - "a dynamic talent"; went to Budapest where he enrolled at the University of Philosophy, Hungarian and German language and literature, and the Academy of Music; received his Diploma in Composition. 1900-04 attended Eotvos College where he perfected his knowledge of English, French, and German; composed a lot of music. 1907 appointed as teacher at the Academy of Music; composed a lot. 1917-19 worked as a music critic, wrote many articles and composed much music.

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5. Zoltan Kodaly - Britannica Concise
Zoltan Kodaly Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, and music educator.
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died March 6, 1967, Budapest Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, and music educator. He played various instruments as a child and studied simultaneously at the university and the Budapest Academy of Music, earning diplomas in composition and teaching and a doctorate in Hungarian folk song. With , a lifelong friend, he compiled the important Hungarian Folk Songs (1906), and he continued to make field recordings until World War I made it impossible. He came to international attention with his Psalmus hungaricus (1923) and the opera document.writeln(AAMB2); Images and Media: More on "Zoltan Kodaly" from Britannica Concise Solti, Sir Georg - Hungarian-born British conductor. Bartok, Bela - Hungarian composer, pianist, and ethnomusicologist. More on "Zoltan Kodaly" from the 32 Volume Kodaly, Zoltan - prominent composer and authority on Hungarian folk music. He was also important as an educator not only of composers but also of teachers and, through his students, contributed heavily to the spread of musical education in Hungary. He was a chorister in his youth at Nagyszombat (now Trnava), Czech., where he wrote his first compositions. In 1902 he studied composition in Budapest. He toured his ... Sandor, Gyorgy

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8. Zoltán Kodály - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Jump to: navigation search Zolt¡n Kod¡ly Zolt¡n Kod¡ly Hungarian Kod¡ly Zolt¡n IPA [ˈkodaːj ˈzoltaːn] December 16 March 6 ) was a Hungarian composer ethnomusicologist educator ... linguist , and philosopher Born in Kecskem©t , Kod¡ly spent most of his childhood in Galanta and Nagyszombat (now Trnava Slovakia ). His father was a stationmaster and keen amateur musician, and Kod¡ly learned to play the violin as a child. He also sang in a cathedral choir and wrote music, despite having little formal musical education. In 1900, Kod¡ly entered University of Budapest to study modern languages, and began to study music at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest , where Hans Koessler taught him composition. One of the first people to undertake the serious study of folk tales , Kod¡ly became one of the most significant early figures in the field of ethnomusicology . From 1905 he visited remote villages to collect songs recording them on phonograph cylinders . In 1906 he wrote the thesis on Hungarian folk song ("Strophic Construction in Hungarian Folksong"). Around this time Kod¡ly met fellow composer B©la Bart³k , whom he took under his wing and became his mentor and subsequently a major influence on Bartok's music. The two became lifelong friends and champions of each other's music.

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10. Zoltan Kodaly (1882 - 1967) - Find A Grave Memorial
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Kodly, a colleague of Bartk in the early collection of folk music in Hungary and neighbouring regions, made his later career in his own country, where the system of musical education he devised has had a profound effect, as it has abroad. His own music is imbued with the spirit and musical idiom of Hungary and is in general less astringent than is sometimes the case with the music of Bartk. He was active as a composer until his death in 1967. Stage Works Kodly wrote relatively little for the stage. His Singspiel or musical play Hry Jnos, more widely known in the orchestral excerpts heard frequently in the concert hall, deals with the alleged exploits of an old soldier, Jnos, who has a vivid imagination and no regard for truth or probability. These include his single-handed defeat of Napoleon and the French armies. Orchestral Music In addition to the orchestral suite derived from Hry Jnos, Kodly's Marosszk and Galanta Dances, with the Peacock Variations, make powerful use of Hungarian folk material.

12. Zoltan Kodaly - Composer, Musician And Educator
Zoltán Kodály (18821967), prominent Hungarian composer and musician, directed a significant portion of his creative endeavors to the musical education of

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In a lecture on children's choirs in 1929, he said, "Teach music and singing at school in such a way that it is not a torture, but a joy for the pupil;instill a thirst for finer music in him, a thirst which will last for a lifetime… If the child is not filled at least once by the lifegiving stream of music during the most susceptible period-between his sixth and sixteenth years-it will hardly be of any use to him later on. Often a single experience will open the young soul to music for a whole lifetime. This experience cannot be left to chance, it is the duty of the school to provide it. "
Kodály believed that music is meant to develop one's entire being-personality, intellect and emotions. He said, "… music is a spiritual food for everybody. So I studied how to make more people accessible to good music." (Kodály, 1966) Kodály realized this was part of everyone's basic heritage and was necessary for human development and should be started at as early an age as possible. Jenö Adám, an early and prominent colleague of Kodály, stated, "The most important thing is to actualize the instinctive love of the child for singing and playing, to realize the changing of his moods through the songs, his feelings, his experiences … in other words, to bring about the miracle of music."
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13. Hungarian Composer Zoltan Kodaly: Collector Of Folk Songs And Dances Of His Nati
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Brief biography of Zoltan Kodaly, his life and music. Together with Bartok, they elevated Hungarian music through folk music and dances.
Zoltan Kodaly, Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist and educationist, was a prominent figure in the Hungarian musical world from the early 20th century. Kodaly and Bartok pioneered the integration of folk music. He is known for his opera H¡ry J¡nos and cantata Psalmus Hungaricus. Together with Bela Bartok , his compatriot, fellow composer and friend, they elevated the international profile of Hungarian music through folk songs and dances. Unlike his collaborator and friend Bartok who turned his vision into new musical language, Kodaly stayed in touch with the folk people. At the turn of the 20th-century, he went to Budapest to study with Koessler at the Academy of Music, and in 1905 he began his collaboration with Bartok. They recorded and transcribed Magyar folk music, the scales and rhythm of which they incorporated in a deliberately nationalist Hungarian style.

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Zoltán Kodály was born into the musicloving family of an official of Hungarian Railways. His father’s career meant a number of moves which had a decisive
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Concurrently Kodály was also an increasingly respected and successful educator in the field of music. His veritable crusade to provide all young people with a sound basic musical education resulted in a great body of work for schools and choirs, both mixed and single sex. He lectured, conducted, taught - often involving his advanced pupils as well. He published, wrote as a critic and laid the foundations for a universal musical education system where singing as a group activity ensured that children became musically literate, learnt to co-operate and understood the need for verbal as well as musical communication. The "Kodály Method" is now his permanent legacy, used and respected world-wide where the value of producing musical literacy among the young is recognised.
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    Zoltan Kod¡ly was a prominent Hungarian composer, educator, ethnomusicologist, linguist, author and philosopher. Along with Bart³k and Ligeti, he is one of the three major figures in Hungarian music this century. Kod¡ly's many compositions show a strong affinity with the folk traditions of his country and include ballad operas, orchestral works, chamber music, choral works, songs, folk song arrangements and music for children.
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