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The Kodály method II : folksong to masterwork

Author: Lois Choksy
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, ©1999.
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"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  Read more...
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Choksy, Lois.
Kodály method II.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c1999
(OCoLC)652279979
Named Person: Zoltán Kodály; Zoltán Kodály; Zoltán Kodály; Zoltán Kodály
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lois Choksy
ISBN: 0139491732 9780139491733
OCLC Number: 39499299
Description: xi, 210 p. : ill., music ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Kodaly in North America --
Ch. 2. Putting It All Together: 19 Sample Lessons for Getting Older Students Started --
Ch. 3. What Shall We Teach Once a Common Musical Vocabulary Is in Place? --
Ch. 4. First Experiences in Directed Listening --
Ch. 5. Experiences in Directed Listening: The Symphony and Sonata Form --
Ch. 6. Experiences in Directed Listening: Music of the Baroque (1600-1750) --
Ch. 7. Experiences in Directed Listening: Music of Schubert and Brahms --
Ch. 8. Experiences in Directed Listening: Music of the Impressionist Period and Early Twentieth Century --
Ch. 9. Conclusion.
Other Titles: Kodály method 2
Kodály method two
Responsibility: Lois Choksy.

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"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.

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