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Fri Mar 21 17:08:46 2014 UTClccn-n810265980.07Teaching music at beginning levels through the Kodaly concept /0.570.88Zoltano Kodály, octogenario sacrum27266146Zoltán_Kodályn 81026598572349Kadaï, Zoltan, 1882-1967Kodai, Z.Kodaĭ, Z. (Zoltan), 1882-1967Kodai, Zoltan.Kodaĭ, Zoltan, 1882-1967Kodaj, Zoltan.Kodaj, Zoltan 1882-1967Kodājs, Zoltāns, 1882-1967Kodal, Zoltan 1882-1967kodalyKodaly-Marosszek dancesKodály, Z.Kodály, ZoltánKodály, Zoltán, 1882-1967Kodalyi, Zoltan 1882-1967Кодай, З., 1882-1967קודאי, זולטאןקודאי, זולטאן, 1882־1967コダーイコダーイ, ゾルターンlccn-n80038176Young, Percy M.(Percy Marshall)1912-2004trledtlccn-n85014463Choksy, Loislccn-n50002347Orff, Carl1895-1982ctblccn-n79109330Bartók, Béla1881-1945arrprfctbadpitredtcrecomcmplccn-n82217177Ferencsik, Jánoscndprflccn-n81052503Eősze, Lászlólccn-n95025718Tacka, Philiplccn-n95025715Houlahan, Mícheállccn-n85006809Magyar Állami Hangversenyzenekarprforclccn-n81042604Dorati, AntalcndprfKodály, Zoltán1882-1967BiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcMusical settingsFolk musicBibliographyOrchestral musicManuscriptsOrchestral excerptsMethodsRecords and correspondenceSchool music--Instruction and studyHungaryKodály, Zoltán,Folk songs, HungarianFolk musicComposersMusic--Instruction and studyFolk dance musicSuites (Orchestra)United StatesRhythm bands and orchestrasCognitive learningOrchestral musicChoral singingTe Deum laudamus (Music)Suites (Orchestra)--ScoresMusicians as authorsMusiciansString quartets--ScoresSonatas (Cello)Children's songsOrchestral music, ArrangedOrchestral music--ScoresBartók, Béla,Vég, Mihály,Music appreciationOperas--ExcerptsSight-singingVariations (Orchestra)String quartets--PartsOperas--Vocal scores with pianoRomaniaCanons, fugues, etc. (Voices (2))String trios (Violins (2), viola)--PartsChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with orchestraVocalises (Voices (2)), UnaccompaniedVocal duets, UnaccompaniedPiano musicChoruses, Secular (Children's voices), UnaccompaniedSingingCanons, fugues, etc. (Voices)Great BritainPiano music, ArrangedString quartets--Scores and partsString quartetsSymphoniesConcertos (Orchestra)Symphonic poemsChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), UnaccompaniedCzechoslovakia1882196718861897190019051906191019111920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201463938546711535372.873ML410.K732ocn058479959ocn015626362ocn036513137ocn858092005ocn030394303ocn024088191ocn858085888ocn858085170ocn858085401ocn858085666ocn058479959ocn036513137ocn811244815ocn823230416ocn820736223ocn811245223ocn856907304ocn047042712ocn062353838ocn001248479ocn811454397ocn020019196ocn013225862ocn022669735ocn003936153ocn021932229ocn019974946ocn720264386ocn063596305ocn038182453ocn010685059ocn313539187ocn314214318ocn033189588ocn174599117ocn174621034ocn314961091ocn843330222ocn843330202ocn034587761ocn781995822ocn659312972ocn462202768ocn780883248ocn843480362ocn842994724ocn843480356ocn460348236ocn843059422ocn461881011ocn072991840ocn725631522ocn724772168ocn724771581ocn724771992ocn723866263ocn801458685ocn724395385ocn724898777ocn724772476ocn248730642ocn257420598ocn712388900ocn462218415ocn458643275ocn073798308ocn781019631ocn312460707ocn724913831ocn725744440ocn859398451ocn316281219ocn699238326ocn856868818ocn464179997ocn465818455ocn843076045ocn459164091ocn699118453ocn698854999ocn315485962ocn729907240ocn852653472ocn313301368ocn699217328ocn268661509ocn297548484ocn658556594ocn263180788ocn439869723ocn658362388ocn057139182ocn661440875ocn765207090ocn865081143ocn863599689ocn843515212ocn185649641ocn863258790ocn3015780801182129ocn009505794score19000.59Kodály, ZoltánHáry János-SuiteOrchestral excerpts108011ocn000429241book19720.53Wheeler, LawrenceOrff and Kodaly adapted for the elementary school1012153ocn013591159score19240.66Kodály, ZoltánPsalmus Hungaricus : für Tenorsolo, Chor und Orchester = tenor szóló, énekkar és zenekarra = for tenor solo, chorus, and orchestraMusical settings100849ocn000370782book19560.53Kodály, ZoltánFolk music of HungaryCriticism, interpretation, etcFolk music919129ocn043920323rcrd19400.35Kodály, ZoltánHáry János suite Dances of Galánta ; Dances of Marosszék ; Psalmus hungaricusVerso of disc cover carries a note on Kodály & Bartók plus programme notes90693ocn019726987score19370.63Kodály, ZoltánTe Deum : für Soli, Chor und Orchester = szólisták énekkar és zenekarra = for soloists, chorus and orchestra = pour soli, choeur et orchestre8414ocn006762745book19810.50Choksy, LoisThe Kodály context : creating an environment for musical learning79961ocn000851301score19470.66Kodály, ZoltánMissa brevis : for mixed chorus, organ (ad lib.) and orchestra = pour chœur mixte, orgue (ad lib.) et orchestre = für gemichsten Chor, Orgel (ad lib.) und Orchester57117ocn001180008book19740.59Kodály, ZoltánThe selected writings of Zoltán KodályBiographyRecords and correspondence56583ocn013836703score19320.59Kodály, ZoltánGalántai táncok = Tänze aus Galanta = Dances of GalantaOrchestral music53635ocn009810893score19540.53Kodály, Zoltán33 two-part exercises52179ocn000752170score19210.70Kodály, ZoltánStreichquartett II = String quartet, op. 1051781ocn013836676score19210.70Kodály, ZoltánSerenade für zwei Violinen und Viola = Szerenád, 2 hegedüre és violára, op. 1249589ocn004206709score19100.66Kodály, ZoltánI. [i.e. Első] vonósnégyes, Op. 2Analyse: Porte une dédicace en hongrois: "pour Emma" datée de 1910 et renouvellée en 195547344ocn017706550score19210.63Kodály, ZoltánSonate, op. 8, violoncello solo43681ocn003259716score19300.66Kodály, ZoltánMarosszéki táncok = Marosszéker Tänze = Dances of MarosszékManuscripts37628ocn000272204score19410.63Kodály, ZoltánVariations on a Hungarian folksong (The peacock) = sur une chanson populaire hongroise (Le paon = über ein ungarisches Volkslied (Der Pfau)3656ocn007300842book19810.70Bartók, BélaThe Hungarian folk songCriticism, interpretation, etc36323ocn007873648score19620.63Kodály, ZoltánBicinia hungaricaMethods35725ocn024150019rcrd19530.50Kodály, ZoltánHáry János suite14277ocn000740994book19740.50Choksy, LoisThe Kodály method ; comprehensive music education from infant to adult+-+382316086532411265ocn000496448book19720.56Landis, BethThe eclectic curriculum in American music education: contributions of Dalcroze, Kodaly, and Orff+-+022142594511227ocn000602162book19640.47Young, Percy MZoltán Kodály, a Hungarian musicianBiography10349ocn308568549com20070.50Houlahan, MícheálKodály today a cognitive approach to elementary music education"In Kodaly Today, Micheal Houlahan and Philip Tacka offer an thorough, and practical approach to transforming curriculum goals into tangible, achievable musical objectives and effective lesson plans. Their model - grounded in research in music perception and cognition - outlines the concrete practices behind constructing effective teaching portfolios, selecting engaging music repertoire for the classroom, and teaching musicianship skills successfully to elementary students of all degrees of proficiency."--Jaquette+-+84596804658982ocn000166446book19620.47Eősze, LászlóZoltán Kodály; his life and workBiography46312ocn000877671book19730.63Szőnyi, ErzsébetKodály's principles in practice; an approach to music education through the Kodály method4043ocn039497955book19990.56Choksy, LoisThe Kodály method I : comprehensive music educationDesigned to provide a step-by-step approach to the teaching of music for each grade level from one to six. Features a collection of more than 200 songs, many of which are new to the Third Edition, organized precisely in the sequence of the Kodály Method. It presents a highly sequential music program in which singing, moving, listening, musical reading and writing, improvising and composing are the means through which children develop skills and acquire knowledge about melody, harmony, rhythm, form, tempo, timbre, and dynamics+-+60164948653352ocn038024253book19980.73Houlahan, MícheálZoltán Kodály : a guide to researchBibliography+-+78037806353292ocn039499299book19990.66Choksy, LoisThe Kodály method II : folksong to masterwork"The schools of Hungary have been producing musically literate amateurs and audiences as well as outstanding professional musicians for more than half a century. This phenomenon can be directly traced to the influence of one man, Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, and educator, Zoltan Kodaly." "Under Kodaly's leadership, schools in Hungary instituted music as a subject taught daily, given equal importance with mathematics, science, and language. The goal of this education was universal musical literacy - love of music supported by knowledge about music. The method that evolved to support this philosophy has since spread to the four corners of the earth."--BOOK JACKET+-+78264948652616ocn010926657book19710.59Eősze, LászlóZoltán Kodály, his life in pictures and documentsPictorial works2332ocn003505945book19770.59Zemke, LornaThe Kodály concept : its history, philosophy, and development1983ocn010869855book19830.73Lendvai, ErnőThe workshop of Bartók and KodályCriticism, interpretation, etc1912ocn017412567book19870.84Bartók and Kodály revisitedCriticism, interpretation, etc1638ocn017708748book19620.63Eősze, LászlóZoltán Kodály : his life and workBiography1532ocn005991544book19790.81Barron, John PA selected bibliography of the Kodály concept of music educationBibliography1394ocn000819231score19650.66Dorati, AntalVariations on a theme of Zoltán Kodály : composed and dedicated to their master on his 80th birthdayMusic1383ocn002240937serial0.79The Kodály envoyPeriodicals1133ocn002704197book19740.33Vajda, CeciliaThe Kodály way to music : the method adapted for British schools+-+39757160351102ocn002116858book19620.88Kodály, ZoltánZoltano Kodály, octogenario sacrum1105ocn014643904book19730.07Kodály Musical Training InstituteTeaching music at beginning levels through the Kodaly conceptJuvenile worksMethods Juvenile works+-+3823160865324+-+3823160865324Fri Mar 21 16:06:34 EDT 2014batch176446