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Zoltán Kodály:

The Kodaly Method

Zoltan Kodaly developed a method for teaching music. It is still used by teachers around the world today. Jill Trinka, who teaches the Kodaly Method, talks with Naomi Lewin.

Music heard in this episode:

Williams: Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Conversation
Rodgers: The Sound of Music: Do, A Deer
Beethoven: Symphony #7: second movement
Copland: Simple Gifts

Learn more about Zoltán Kodály

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This Week's Quiz

Solfege gives what musical spelling to the steps of the scale?

 A, B, C, D, E

 Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol

 One, Two, Three, Four, Five

Zoltan Kodaly thought which of the following was at the heart of all music?

 instruments

 rhythm

 melody

 singing

Which syllable name in the Kodaly Method is for a note that lasts one beat?

 Ti-ti

 Ta

 Do

 Sol

Classics For Kids

Our Shows

Zoltán Kodály:

The Kodaly Method

Zoltan Kodaly developed a method for teaching music. It is still used by teachers around the world today. Jill Trinka, who teaches the Kodaly Method, talks with Naomi Lewin.

Music heard in this episode:

Williams: Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Conversation
Rodgers: The Sound of Music: Do, A Deer
Beethoven: Symphony #7: second movement
Copland: Simple Gifts

Learn more about Zoltán Kodály

Classics For Kids


This Week's Quiz

Solfege gives what musical spelling to the steps of the scale?

 A, B, C, D, E

 Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol

 One, Two, Three, Four, Five

Zoltan Kodaly thought which of the following was at the heart of all music?

 instruments

 rhythm

 melody

 singing

Which syllable name in the Kodaly Method is for a note that lasts one beat?

 Ti-ti

 Ta

 Do

 Sol

 

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