Donald Macleod focuses on Kodaly's role as a music educationalist and on his legacy in general.
Kodály's life was, to an unique extent, dedicated to the music education of the Hungarian people. Donald Macleod discusses his legacy with David Vinden.
"It is our firm conviction that mankind will live the happier when it has learned to live with music more worthily. Whoever works to promote this end, in one way or another, has not lived in vain." The words of Zoltán Kodály: a composer whose commitment to the celebration of his nation's culture, and the education of his nation's children, was virtually unparalleled. In the closing programme of this week's series, Donald Macleod talks to Kodály scholar and teacher David Vinden about Kodály's role as a music educationalist, and about how his much fêted teaching 'method' works.
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