Kodaly - Techniques to adapt to piano teaching

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Postby Mins Music » Sun Aug 22, 2004 9:45 pm

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Urise, what do you mean by 'organising' a Kodaly workshop? Do you mean attend one that is given by someone else, or do you mean conduct one? I'd be very interested in your ideas about this as Kodaly is something I've thought about going into further.
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Postby Tranquillo » Sat Jun 07, 2008 1:57 am

As a young child, 5 years old I was introduced by a music teacher to Kodaly. There were several activities we did in groups as young children including: clapping, saying time French Kodaly counting syllables, playing with percussive instruments, singing simple tunes, using solfege (do re mi fa so la ti do), having corresponding hand signals with solfege.

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