GREAT QUOTES from Kodály:
http://kodalysocietyofcanada.ca/quotes.html

Kodádaly Institute in Hungary:
http://www.kodaly-inst.hu/main.html

Organization of American Kodaly Educators
http://www.oake.org/

International Society for Music Education:
http://www.isme.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=56:ijme-most-cited-articles&catid=32:ijme&Itemid=6


a great website for teaching music in music schools and classrooms including Kodály concepts as well as Orff.
http://www.classicsforkids.com/teachers/lessonplans/#kodaly


A Resource List of Kodály-Related Publications

Historical/Philosophical/Research Materials


Bacon, D. (1993). Hold Fast to Dreams: Writings Inspired by Zoltán Kodály. Kodály Center of America, Wellesley, MA. ISBN: 0935432035.

Bónis, F., editor (1974). Selected Writings of Zoltán Kodály. Boosey and Hawkes. ASIN 0851620213 (out of print).

Dobszay, L. (1992). After Kodály: Reflections on Music Education. Institute Kodály, Kecskemét. ISBN: 9637074333.

Eösze, L. (1987). Zoltán Kodály: His Life in Pictures and Documents. Olympic Marketing Corporation. ASIN: 9997785169.

. (1962). Zoltán Kodály: His Life and Work. Taplinger Publishing Co. ASIN 9631314146.

Herboly Koscár, I. (2002). Zoltán Kodály: Music Should Belong to Everyone: 120 Quotations from His Writings and Speeches. International Kodály Society, Budapest, Hungary. ISBN: 9632045009.

Hein, M., editor (1992). The Legacy of Zoltán Kodály. International Kodály Society, Budapest, Hungary.

Houlahan, M. & Tacka, P. (1998). Zoltán Kodály: A Guide to Research. Garland Publishing. ISBN: 0815328532.

Lund, F. (1981). Research and Retrieval: Music Teacher’s Guide to Material Selection and Collection. Pro Canto Press, Westborough, MA. ISBN: 0935751017.

Strong, A., editor (1992). Who Was Kodály? Sam Houston State University Press.

Szönyi, E. (1973). Kodály’s Principles in Practice: An Approach to Music Education through the Kodály Method. Boosey & Hawkes.

Zemke, L. (1974). The Kodály Concept: Its History, Philosophy, and Development. Mark Foster. ISBN: 091665608X.

Musicianship


Bacon, D. (1978). 185 Unison Pentatonic Exercises. Kodály Center of America. ASIN: 9995393301.

Bertalotti, A. (1977). Solfeggi Cantati. Edizioni Suvini Zerboni, Milan.

Cser, L. (1997). Harmony and Musicianship with Solfège. Self-published (available through Silver Lake College and Los Angeles City College).

Crowe, Edgar, editor (1961). The Folk Song Sight Singing Series. Oxford University Press.
Volumes I-VII (unison)

Volumes VIII-X (two-part)

Hartyányi, J., compiler (2002). An Ode for Music: 11 Analyses of Choral Compositions of Zoltán Kodály (Book and CD). International Kodály Society, Budapest, Hungary. ISBN: 9632055017.

Hegyi, E. (1975/1979). Solfège According to the Kodály Concept, Vols. 1 & 2. Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute, Hungary. ISBN: 9630101181 (Volume I), 9633302749 (Volume II).

Kodály, Z. Kodály Choral Library. Boosey & Hawkes
333 Reading Exercises

Pentatonic Music Vols. I - IV
Let Us Sing Correctly
Bicinia Hungarica Vols. I - IV
Fifteen Two-part Exercises
77 Two-part Exercises
66 Two-part Exercises
55 Two-part Exercises
44 Two-part Exercises
33 Two-part Exercises
22 Two-part Exercises
Tricinia: 29 progressive three-part songs
Epigrams: Nine songs for one or two voices
24 Little Canons on the Black Keys (out of print)

Molnar, A. (1955). Classical Canons without Text. Edito Musica Budapest.

Swank, J. (1995). Folk for Two. The Kodály Institute at Capital.

Williams, Mark. Bicinia Americana. Southern Music, San Antonio, TX.
Volume One (1972)

Volume Two (1988)

Folk Song Materials


Boshkoff, R. & Sorensen, K. (1995). Multicultural Songs, Games, and Dances. OAKE.

_. The Sounds of Rounds and Canons. OAKE.

Brocklehurst, B. (1968). Pentatonic Songbook. Schott Music.


_. (1976). Second Pentatonic Songbook. Schott Music.

Choksy, L. & Brummit, D. (1987). 120 Singing Games and Dances for Elementary Schools. Prentice-Hall. ISBN: 013635038001.

Erdei, I., Knowles, F., & Bacon, D. (2002). My Singing Bird: 150 Folk Songs from the Anglo-American, English, Scottish, and Irish Traditions. The Kodály Center of America, Inc. ISBN: 0935432108.

Erdei, P. & Komlos, K. (1989). 150 American Folk Songs to Sing, Read, and Play (9th printing). Boosey & Hawkes. ISBN: 0913932043.

Johnston, R. (1984). Folk Songs North America Sings. E.C. Kerby Ltd. ISBN: 0969183704.

Heath, C. (1984). The Song Garden. Vols. 1, 2, and 3. The Kodály Institute at Capital (student books).

Heath, C. (1984). The Song Garden Games and Activities Book. The Kodály Institute at Capital (teacher resource).

Jones, B. & Lomax Hawes, B. (1987). Step it Down: Games, Plays, Song, and Stories from the Afro-American Heritage. Brown Thrasher Books, The University of Georgia Press. ISBN: 0820309605.

Locke, E. (1988). Sail Away: 155 American Folk Songs to Sing, Read, and Play. Boosey & Hawkes.

Lomax, A. (1960). The Folk Songs of North America. Doubleday, Garden City, NY.

Mathias, S. & Sunami, M. (1987). Songs and Games for Young Musicians. The Kodály Institute at Capital.

Orozco, J. & Kleven, E. (1999).“De Colores” and Other Latin-American Folk Songs for Children. Dutton Children’s Books.

Seeger, R. C. (1948). American Folk Songs for Children. Doubleday, Garden City, NY (out of print).

Tacka, P. & Taylor-Howell, S., editors. Sourwood Mountain: 28 North American & English Songs Arranged for 2 Voices. OAKE.

Taylor-Howell, S., editor (1991). The Owl Sings: 22 Folksongs Arranged for 2 or 3 Voices__. OAKE.

Trinka, J. (1996). The Little Black Bull and Other Folk Songs, Singing Games, and Play Parties for Kids of All Ages, Vol. 4 (CD and Book), Folk Music Works. ISBN: 1-888895-41-1.

_. (1989). John, the Rabbit and Other Folk Songs, Singing Games, and Play Parties for Kids of All Ages, Vol. 3__ (CD and Book). Folk Music Works.

_. (1988). Bought Me a Cat and Other Folk Songs, Singing Games and Play Parties for Kids of All Ages, Vol. 2__ (CD and Book). Folk Music Works.


_. (1987). My Little Rooster and Other Folk Songs, Singing Games, and Play Parties for Kids of All Ages, Vol. 1 (CD and Book). Folk Music Works. (ISBN for the 4-volume set is 1-888895-04-7.)


Methodology

Choksy, L. (1999). The Kodály Method I and II (3rd Edition). Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.

_. (1988). The Kodály Method: Comprehensive Music Education from Infant to Adult. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ. ISBN: 0135168992.

_. (1981). The Kodály Context: Creating an Environment for Musical Learning. Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Daniel, K. Kodály Approach__. Mark Foster Music Company, Champaign, IL (now distributed by Shawnee Press).
Kodály in Kindergarten
Method Book I (1979)
Method Book II (1986), ISBN: 0916656209

Method Book III (1987), ISBN: 0916656225

Transparencies and Student Workbooks (I, II, and III) are also available

. Kodály Approach. Self-published, Carbondale, IL (available by contacting kszaszi@earthlink.net).
Method Book IV (2000)
Advanced Curriculum, Books V and VI (2002)

Dobszay, L. (trans. G. Virágh) (1999). The World of Sounds. The Kodály Institute at Capital.

Eisen, A. & Robertson, L. (1996). An American Methodology. Sneaky Snake Pub.

Epstein, M. & Rappaport, J. (2001). The Kodály Teaching Weave, Vol. II. Pro Canto Press, Westborough, MA.

Feierabend, J. (1995). Conversational Solfège (Levels I, II, and III). GIA Publications.

Forrai, K. (1998). Music in Preschool, Second Revised and Expanded Edition (translated and adapted by Jean Sinor). James Ferguson Pty. Ltd. ISBN: 0958629706.

Herboly-Kocsár, I. (1984). Teaching of Polyphony, Harmony and Form in Elementary School. Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute, Hungary. ISBN: 9630157276.

Houlahan, M. & Tacka, P. (1995). Sound Thinking: Developing Musical Literacy, Vol. I and II. Boosey and Hawkes. ISBN: 0913932531.

Mathias, S. & Sunami, M. (1987). My Beat and Rhythm Book (student workbook). The Kodály Institute at Capital.

Mathias, S. & Sunami, M. (1987). My Melody Book (student workbook). The Kodály Institute at Capital.

Rappaport, J. (2001). The Kodály Teaching Weave, Vol. I. Pro Canto Press, Westborough, MA.

Rappaport, J. (1983). New Pathways to Art Music Listening: A Kodály Approach Appropriate for All Age Levels. Pro Canto Press, Marlborough, MA.

Zemke, L. (1974). Kodály: 35 Lesson Plans and Folk Song Supplement. Kodály-Related Publications, Manitowoc, WI.

Videos (available from OAKE)


“An Interview with Zoltán Kodály” (interviewed in 1966 by Dr. Ernö Daniel).

“Kodály Approach in Piano Teaching,” Katinka Daniel.

“Music Lessons” (A Ford Foundation film showing American Kodály teachers).

“The Kodály Concept in America” (implementation of a model K-6 program, taught by David John Falconer).

“The Legacy of Zoltán Kodály” (four videotapes of exemplary Hungarian music instruction).
Volume I: Nursery School
Volume II: Grades 1-3
Volume III: Grades 4-5
Volume IV: Grades 7-8