We are happy to announce that Dr Anna Dalos’s new monograph Zoltán Kodály’s World of Music has been published by University of California Press. Dr Dalos is Hungary’s leading Kodály expert, senior research fellow and Head of the Archives for the 20th-21st Century Hungarian Music at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
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MOVE mi MUSIC – A BRAND NEW APPLICATION FOR MUSIC TEACHERS
Move mi Music offers music teachers an effective way to develop young children’s musical skills in musical writing, reading and part-singing by providing useful tools to help improve inner hearing, musical memory, rhythmic and writing skills in a playful way.
The programme is child-centred and is used to create diverse experience-based lessons. Highly artistic images, textures and animations create an enriching experience designed to engage the modern student.
Using Move mi Music teachers can create gamified tasks and exercises for use in class or as homework, with built-in evaluation features allowing teachers to monitor overall progress, and provide individually customized exercises to suit the ongoing needs of each and every student in the class.
Using the built-in music editor you can create tasks and exercises for the following skills and areas:
- melodic ear training
- inner hearing training
- sense of tempo
- keeping tempo
- musical memory
- musical coordination
- relative solmization
- relationships between notes
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN! Kodály Seminar 2020, Special Edition marking the 50th anniversary of the first seminar in Kecskemét. Shifted to an on-line mode, the legendary Kodály Summer Seminar invites all of you from July 20 to 24 and from July 27 to 31, 2020.
The National Youth Choir of Scotland education team is keen to help teachers, parents and children who are unable to go to schools, music lessons or to do any joint musical activity, as a consequence of the isolation rules in the current coronavirus pandemic.
Careful hand washing is extremely effective at limiting the spread of respiratory viruses, such as the new coronavirus, so any new initiative of teaching proper handwashing is important.
Thank you all for taking part in this exciting contest for our 1000th record in the Songbook. Our experts have been busy checking the songs and games you uploaded, the competition was very tight. We are glad to announce our winner: Esther Hargittai from the UK (teacher of the Guildhall School - Junior Guildhall, tutor of the British Kodály Academy and frequently holds master courses in Israel). We contacted her for a short interview, please see below. Thank you again, keep uploading :)
First of all congratulation for uploading the 1000th record onto the Songbook! If you don’t mind we’d like to ask you some questions :)
KodályHUB: How did you learn about the competition?
Esther Hargittai: I saw the advert on Facebook.
We are happy to announce that the long-awaited English edition of the film Katalin Forrai's Music Educational Principles in Practice (Ed. Ilona Gróh and Helga Dietrich) is available!
Dear Kodaly HUB Community,
As you may have noticed we are about to reach 1000 records in our Songbook (if you haven’t registered yet, do it now quickly so you have access to our diverse, rich and remarkable Songbook with games, activities etc.).
To celebrate this milestone the Kodály HUB team has a little competition for you: the user uploading the 1000th record will get a copy of one of the Kodály Institute’s available books/publications (upon the winner’s choice).
Since launching Kodaly HUB we see that it is enjoying an ever increasing popularity with many new registered users every day from all over the world. We also see that you enjoy checking out the Songbook, different articles, Publications.
However, not everybody feels confident enough to share their games, songs. We would like to encourage all the users to create, submit and share their records. We made a tutorial video therefore to guide you how to create and upload your material. We hope it will help you with the procedure.
Kodály HUB, established to develop innovative methods in music education, became the first Hungarian-led higher education Erasmus project to be awarded “Good Practice” and “Success Story” qualifications. The initiative, led by the Liszt Academy of Music in collaboration with prestigious Scottish and Dutch partner institutions, is gaining recognition in more and more countries.
The European Union’s recently completed Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership project, led by the Liszt Academy of Music in cooperation with the Scottish and The Hague Royal Academy of Music, resulted in the launch of the Kodály HUB, a free online music education knowledge centre.
The kodalyhub.com site available for months, helps music teachers to design more enjoyable lessons that are based on Kodály's principles. The objective is to endear music lessons to students, thereby heightening the personality development impact of music.