Zoltan Kodaly: 333 Reading Exercises

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Catalogue No: M060035661
Composer: Zoltán Kodály
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A collection of books comprising the music which Kodaly composed and collected for the Method. Based on sol-fa notation combined with unaccompanied part singing from the earliest stages in a child's school music, the Kodaly Method develops musical literacy, secure intonation and rhythmic confidence - essential fundamentals of sound music education.

ISBN: 9790060035661
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
No of pages: 60
Language: English
Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes
 
     
       

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        Quality of content
        8.0
        Value for money
        6.0
        Overall rating
        8.0
        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        8 out of 10

        Róisín

        Cork, Ireland GB
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        I am a harp teacher. My teachers used this book in theory class when I was a child. I can sing at sight. I am amazed how many professional musicians I come across during the course of my work who cannot sight read. I bought this book to teach my own children.
        It's a small book, difficult to read for kids. I copy it onto A4 to make the dots easier to read. But it has 333 exercises and by the end of the book you will be a good sight reader.
        Confirmed purchase: 22 October 2014
        Published on: 05 November 2014

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        5
        It's got an unpromising title but it's an excellent resource for teaching sight singing using movable 'do'. Students begin with just 'do' and 're', but are soon reading intervals and don't get confined to singing up or down scales to find the pitch. Kodaly's concept of hearing what you see and seeing what you hear are developed through singing sol-fa notation to letter names and staff notation to sol-fa.
        Anonymous - (Bristol, United Kingdom)
        5
        This excellent music book helps to develop sight-singing skills via the solfege (sol-fa) method. This famous method by Zoltan Kodaly is widely practised in schools and at choir singing in Hungary.
        Anonymous - (Bromley, United Kingdom)

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