Kodály Resources

Article Index
Kodály Resources
By Kodály
Signing exercises
Canadian Songs
Canadian Collections
Choral Collections
World Music
Vocal Choral
Songs and Rhymes
Storybooks
Dance and Movement
Research Recording
Organizations Publications
Other
All Pages

About Kodály (Thanks to Kodaly Society  of Canada)

Bacon, Denise. Hold Fast to Dreams: Writings Inspired by Zoltán Kodály. Wellesley, Massachusetts: Kodály Center of America, 1993.
Barron, John. A Selected Bibliography of the Kodály Concept of Music Education (Kodály Institute of Canada Monograph II). Willowdale, Ontario: The Avondale Press, 1979.
Bónis, Ferenc (Ed.). The Selected Writings of Zoltán Kodály. New York: Boosey & Hawkes, 1974.
Dobszay, László. After Kodály: Reflections on Music Education. Kecskemét: Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music, 1991.
Eösze, László. Zoltán Kodály: His Life and Work (trans. István Farkas and Gyula Gyulás). Budapest: Corvina, 1962.
Eösze, László. Zoltán Kodály: His Life in Pictures and Documents. Budapest: Corvina, 1982.
Johnston, Richard (Ed.). Kodály and Education III. Zoltán Kodály in North America (Kodály Institute of Canada Monograph III). Willowdale, Ontario: The Avondale Press, 1986.
Hein, Mary Alice. The Legacy of Zoltán Kodály: An Oral History Perspective. Budapest: International Kodály Society.
Kaplan, Barbara (Ed.). The Kodály Concept: A Bibliography for Music Education. Whitewater, Wisconsin: Organization of American Kodály Educators, 1985.
Strong, Alan D. (Ed.). Who Was Kodály? (OAKE Monograph Series No. 1), Organization of American Kodály Educators, 1992.
Szögi, Ágnes. Kodály's Music Educational Concept in the International Practice: A Selected Bibliography from the Collection of the Kodály Institute. Kecskemét: Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music, 1993.
Vikár, László. Reflections on Kodály. Budapest: International Kodály Society, 1985.
Weiss, Paul. Kodály and Education I. Kodály - Questions of Adaptation and Pedagogy of Rhythm (Kodály Institute of Canada Monograph I). Willowdale, Ontario: The Avondale Press, 1977.