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The Kodaly Method

Aled Jones presents a celebration of the life and work of Hungarian composer, philosopher and teacher Zoltan Kodaly, one of the most important figures in 20th-century choral music.

Aled Jones presents a celebration of the life and work of Kodaly.

Composer, philosopher, teacher and Hungarian national icon, Zoltan Kodaly was one of the most important figures in the history of 20th-century choral music.

Including a special feature on the composer's groundbreaking Kodaly Method of music education.

Playlist:
Zoltan Kodaly
Este (Evening)
Danish National Radio Choir conducted by Stefan Parkman
CHANDOS CHAN9754, track 10
Zoltan Kodaly
Too Late
Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus, conducted by János Ferencsik
HUNGAROTON HCD12352, track 5

Zoltan Kodaly
Norwegian Girls
Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus, conducted by János Ferencsik
HUNGAROTON HCD12352, track 4
Zoltan Kodaly
Psalmus Hungaricus – Finale: You, My Lord, Are True In Your Judgment
Hungarian Radio Choir and Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Arpád Jóo
ARTS MUSIC, track 3

Zoltan Kodaly
Jesus And The Traders
Debrecen Kodály Chorus conducted by Péter Erdei
HUNGAROTON HCD32364, track 9

Zoltan Kodaly
Hary Janos – Act 2: Soldier’s Chorus
Edinburgh Festival Chorus and London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Istvan Kertesz
DECCA 4434882, CD 1, track 16

Zoltan Kodaly
Missa Brevis: Credo
Maria Steijffert (alto); Lars Pedersen (tenor); Michael W Hansen (bass)
Niels Henrik Nielsen (organ)
Danish National Radio Choir, conducted by Stefan Parkman
CHANDOS CHAN9754, track 4

“Hippity Hoppity” (extract - part of package)
Aurin Girls’ Choir directed by Laszlo Duranyik

Zoltan Kodaly
King Laszló’s Men
HUNGAROTON HCD31291, track 20

Zoltan Kodaly
See the Gypsies
Cantemus / Dénes Szabo
HUNGAROTON HCD31291, track 1
Zoltan Kodaly
Hymn of Zrinyi
Lajos Miller (baritone) with the Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus conducted by János Ferencsik
HUNGAROTON HCD12352, track 1

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sun 12 Jul 2009 18:30

Music Played

  • Zoltán Kodály

    Este (Evening)

    Performer: Danish National Radio Choir Conductor: Stefan Parkman

    • CHANDOS.
    • CHAN9754.
    • 10.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Too Late

    Performer: Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus Conductor: János Ferencsik

    • HUNGAROTON.
    • HCD12352.
    • 5.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Norwegian Girls

    Performer: Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus Conductor: János Ferencsik

    • HUNGAROTON.
    • HCD12352.
    • 4.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Psalmus Hungaricus – Finale: You, My Lord, Are True In Your Judgment

    Performer: Hungarian Radio Choir Performer: Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra Conductor: Arpád Jóo

    • ARTS MUSIC.
    • 3.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Jesus And The Traders

    Performer: Debrecen Kodály Chorus Conductor: Péter Erdei

    • HUNGAROTON.
    • HCD32364.
    • 9.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Hary Janos – Act 2: Soldier's Chorus

    Performer: Edinburgh Festival Chorus Performer: London Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Istvan Kertesz

    • DECCA.
    • 4434882, CD 1.
    • 16.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Missa Brevis: Credo

    Performer: Maria Steijffert (alto) Performer: Lars Pedersen (tenor) Performer: Michael W Hansen (bass) Performer: Niels Henrik Nielsen (organ) Performer: Danish National Radio Choir Conductor: Stefan Parkman

    • CHANDOS.
    • CHAN9754.
    • 4.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    "Hippity Hoppity" (extract - part of package)

    Performer: Aurin Girls’ Choir Conductor: Laszlo Duranyik

  • Zoltán Kodály

    King Laszló's Men

    • HUNGAROTON.
    • HCD31291.
    • 20.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    See the Gypsies

    Performer: Cantemus Conductor: Dénes Szabo

    • HUNGAROTON.
    • HCD31291.
    • 1.
  • Zoltán Kodály

    Hymn of Zrinyi

    Performer: Lajos Miller (baritone) Performer: Hungarian Radio and Television Chorus Conductor: János Ferencsik

    • HUNGAROTON.
    • HCD12352.
    • 1.

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