Author: Papp, Zsuzsanna – Spiegel, Marianna
Title: Solfege in the Classroom
Publisher: Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music – Kodály Institute & Foundation for the Kecskemét Kodály Institute (2016)
Price: 14000 HUF
Book description: A methodology reference book, which is equally suited for music education students at colleges and practitioners of solfege and music theory classes for children aged 6 to 14. (328 pages, paperback)
The Kodály Concept of Music Education (DVD-ROM)
Editors: Sarolta Platthy, Dr Mihály Ittzés
Advisor: Péter Erdei
With a representative selection of demonstration class videos from kindergarten to secondary school and choir.
With English and Hungarian texts and videos.
Contents: Welcome – Kodály’s Life – The Kodály Concept – Demonstrations – Extra Features – On the Foundation – Impressum
The DVD-ROM was published in 2007 by the Foundation, as a revised edition of the 2006 DVD-ROM published under the same title and sponsored by the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Kodály Heritage Programme of the Town of Kecskemét.
Distributed by Editio Musica Budapest. Suggested retail price by EMB: 33 EUR.
For more information on how to obtain copies outside Hungary, please contact them at emb[at]emb.hu, or the Foundation at foundation[at]kodaly.hu.
Kodály: Hungarian Folk Music – excerpts (audio CD)
Performers: Katalin Szutrély, János Klézli (voice) and Roland Hajdu (piano)
Contents: Which one I should marry? – Wheelcart, barrow – Woe is me – All the hemp – Lovely is the forest -Woman, woman, out of your bed! – In the forest – I have but just arrived – Love’s Anodyne – A Psalm of Supplication – A little sad song – The ferryman – Kitty and Johnny – Piper Johnny – In the cornfields – Far away – My geese – Hey! The wine of Mohi vintage – Mistress Prue – Sit and drink all Sunday – I am old and bald now – From distant mountains – The young wife; Hear the rushes rustling – Do not come to-night – Now I’ve paid a hundred thalers
Price: 2400 HUF
Further information: Katalin Szutrély, János Klézli and Roland Hajdu, professors of the Kodály Institute, are performing a selection of Kodály’s folksong arrangements on this CD which was first published in 2005 by the Foundation, with the financial help of the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A second edition of the CD was published in 2007 with the support of Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek Ltd., Kecskemét.
Kodály’s works for mixed choir and organ (audio CD)
Performers: Cantus Nobilis Choir of Kecskemét, conductor: János Laczkó, organ: László Révész, soloists: János Klézli, Ágnes Anna Kun, Dániel Potyók, Ildikó Szakács, Edit Szappanos
Contents: Pange lingua – Missa brevis – Geneva Psalm CXIV – Laudes organi
Price: 2500 HUF
The CD, published in December 2007 for the Kodály Anniversary Year, was sponsored by the company, Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek Ltd., Kecskemét.
All three publications are sold by the Kodály Institute, Kecskemét. Please contact them at archivum[at]kodaly.hu.
The DVD-ROM is also distributed by Editio Musica Budapest.