Research

Research Programs (Past):

Canada  France  Hungary  Mexico  Poland  Spain  USA

Research Programs (Present):

Greece Hungary  Mexico  Poland  Spain  USA

Research Programs (Past)

 

CANADA

 

Lianne Burns
10716 Hidden Valley Drive NW
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T3A 5K3
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2001 The Transmission of Ghanaian Music by Abdul Adams in Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Teaching and Learning Kpanlogo of the Ga and Adowa of the Ashanti as Social Expression. Master’s Thesis, University of Calgary.

 

Sheri Herget
1081 West 8th Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6H 1C3
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2001 Towards an Understanding of Canadian Traditional Song Style Through Analyses of Descriptive Transcriptions Using Field Recordings Made by Edith F. Fowke in the Peterborough Area of Ontario During the Years 1957 to 1959. Master’s Thesis, University of Calgary.

Anna-Marie Koszarycz
88 Thornaby Crescent NW
Calgary, Alberta T2K 5K6
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1998 Collection and Documentation of Ukranian Folk Songs in Kalyna Country, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (1997). Master’s Thesis, University of Calgary.

FRANCE

Gontard, Lauren
" Les horizons " Bât A
41 avenue Rhin et Danube, 38000 Grenoble
" La pédagogie Kodály et ses sources" (Kodály Pedagogy and Its Sources), 1988 at the University Lumiere-Lyon II, departement of Musicology.

Spire, Florence
8 rue Hermel, 75018 Paris
"L’adaptation française de la méthode Kodály" (French Adaptation of the Kodály Concept), 1997 at the University Paris IV-Sorbonne, departement of Musicology.

Blanc, Yannick
"I.U.F.M. site de Niort "
rue Beaune la Rolande, 79000 Niort
"Les premiers codages musicaux à l’école maternelle" (The First Musical Writings at the Kindergarten), 1997 at the training college in Niort.

Baudry, Christelle and Bossuet, Claire
" I.U.F.M. site de Niort "
rue Beaune la Rolande, 79000 Niort
"Comment aborder le codage des hauteurs au cycle II? " (How to Tackle the Writing of the Notes Between 6 And 8?), 1998 at the training college in Niort.

Bellet, Caroline and Chiron, Stéphanie
" I.U.F.M. - site de Niort "
rue Beaune la Rolande, 79000 Niort
" Le travail rythmique en grande section" (The Rhythmical Work Between 5 And 6), 2002 at the Training College in Niort.

Deremetz, Milène and Lafoix, Betty
" I.U.F.M. - site de Niort "
rue Beaune la Rolande, 79000 Niort
"L’écrit musical en cycle II selon les principes de Zoltán Kodály" (Musical Writing Between 6 And 8 , According to Zoltán Kodály’s Principles), 2002 at the Training College in Niort.

HUNGARY

For detailed information contact the Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music in Kecskemét (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

MEXICO

Hilda Mercedes Morán Quiroz
Departamento de Estudios Mesoamericanos y Mexicanos
Universidad de Guadalajara
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
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1989: “La canción infantil y la identidad cultural”, Bachelor’s thesis in Sociology, Universidad de Guadalajara (U. de G.), Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Linked publications:
"János Maróthy, Music and the Bourgeois, Music and the Proletarian”, in Imprévue, Etudes Sociocritiques, 1990-2 (Recherches sur le Roman. II.- Espagne et Amérique Latine), Institut International de Sociocritique, Montpellier-Pittsburgh, pp. 145-149, ISSN 0242-5149.
“Max Weber: la racionalidad musical”, in Contornos 3, FOMES-U. de G., Guadalajara, Jal., julio-sept. 1998.
1996: “Culture, Éducation et Pouvoir. Les chansons dans l’éducation préscolaire au Mexique de 1934 à 1963”, Ph. D. dissertation, Études Romanes, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier, France.
Published by Thèse à la carte, Septentrion Presses Universitaires, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France, 1997, D.L. 2000, 807 pp., ISBN 2-284-01975-7.
A shorter version, in Spanish, to be published (hopefully) in 2007: Cantando lo aprendí. Construcción y reproducción de la realidad en preescolar, U. de G.
Other linked publications:
“Kodály in Mexico”, in Bulletin of the International Kodály Society, Vol. 22 No. 2, Budapest, 1997.
“Mujeres, canciones y educación”, in Estudios Jaliscienses 31, Zapopan, Jal., febrero 1998, pp. 18-22, ISSN 0133-8749.
“Les chansons traditionnelles dans l’éducation au Mexique”, in Bulletin of the International Kodály Society, Vol. 30 No. 2, Budapest, Autumn 2005, pp. 24-27, ISSN 0133-8749.
1998: “Talento y educación: la educación musical en la escuela primaria”, U. de G.
Linked publications:
“Historias de un conocimiento musical imaginario”, in Estudios del Hombre 9, U. de G., Guadalajara, Jal., 1999, pp. 143-165, ISSN 1405-1117 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            1405-1117      end_of_the_skype_highlighting.
“Nota a nota la confianza brota”, in Educar, Nueva época No. 15, Secretaría de Educación, Guadalajara, Jal., oct.-dic. 2000, pp. 17-23, ISSN 1405-4787 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            1405-4787      end_of_the_skype_highlighting (on the Internet: http://www.jalisco.gob.mx/srias/educacion/consulta/educar/15/15Moran.html), and in Quaderns Digitals, Valencia, 2003, ISSN 1575-9393 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            1575-9393      end_of_the_skype_highlighting:
http://www.quadernsdigitals.net/index.php?accionMenu=hemeroteca.VisualizaArticuloIU.visualiza&articuloˍid=3692.
1999: “La familia, el canto y los niños: Transmisión de canciones en la Hermosa Provincia y colonias aledañas”, Centro Estatal para la Cultura y las Artes de Jalisco.
Unpublished report and song collection.
Linked publications still in process, combined with new findings in current research projects.

POLAND

Preparation of the Polish adaptation of the Kodály concept:

1. MA Mirosława Jankowska & Dr. Wojciech Jankowski (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) (eds.)
‘Zoltán Kodály i jego pedagogika muzyczna’ (‘Zoltán Kodály and His Musical Pedagogy’ - materials in the field of Kodály’s pedagogy), the first Polish edition concerning Kodály’s educational vision. Warsaw 1990, published by WSiP.

 

2. Prof. dr J. Katarzyna Dadak-Kozicka (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
‘Śpiewajże mi jako umiesz’ (Sing to Me How You Can’ - Polish adaptation of the Kodály concept), a handbook for university students and music teachers, published in Warsaw, 1992 by WSiP.

SPAIN

SLKE - Sociedad Liszt-Kodály de España
Liszt Society of Spain / Kodály Society of Spain
Vega 18, 47004 Valladolid (Spain)
Phone: +34 91.1868914 / Phone in other countries:
http://www.slke.org/contacto/telefonos
Director: Mr. Carlos Gallardo
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For detailed information visit www.slke.org
Educación Musical “Método Kodály” (adaptacion del método a la educación primaria en España). Editorial Castilla Ediciones. Valladolid (España). 
Música 1 (adaptacion del método Kodály a la educación secundaria en España). Editorial Sociedad Liszt-Kodály de España. Valladolid (España). 
Música 2 (adaptacion del método Kodály a la educación secundaria en España). Editorial Sociedad Liszt-Kodály de España. Valladolid (España).
Música 3 (adaptacion del método Kodály a la educación secundaria en España). Editorial Sociedad Liszt-Kodály de España. Valladolid (España).

USA

Jerry L. Jaccard (Professor)
C-582 HFAC School of Music
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602 USA
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Doctoral Dissertation: “A Conceptual Model for Literature-based Musical Education” 1995, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

 

 

Research Programs (Present)

 

GREECE

 

Michalis Patseas, Doctoral student (candidate for PhD)
Kyprou 61, Halandri, GR-15233 Athens, Greece
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Title of the thesis: “Kodály System and its method of application in Greece”
The author is willing to publish first a simplified version of the thesis (in Greek) and later a full version in a form appropriate for use by University students.
If there is enough interest, the last part of the research may be published in English as well.
This research is done in connection with the University of Athens, Department of Music Studies. It will end with a thesis for PhD in Music (Education).

HUNGARY

For detailed information contact the Zoltán Kodály Pedagogical Institute of Music in Kecskemét (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

MEXICO

Hilda Mercedes Morán Quiroz
Departamento de Estudios Mesoamericanos y Mexicanos
Universidad de Guadalajara
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
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“La música de tradición oral en México: análisis, clasificación y catalogación”, U. de G.
“Tradición, música e ideas”, U. de G.
Linked publications:
“Lo que cantamos sin cantar”, in Memoria del V Congreso Internacional de Historia Oral: Las fuentes orales y la entrevista, U. de G., Guadalajara, 2002 (CD).
“From Theory to Practice: Kodály Music Education in a Multicultural Environment”, in Kodály Envoy, Vol. 33 No. 2, Winter 2007, ISSN 1084-1776, pp. 5-13.
Several articles and books in process, among which:
A collection of Hispanic folk songs, to be used in music education in the USA.
Cantando lo aprendí. Construcción y reproducción de la realidad en preescolar. U. de G.
“Lenguajes olvidados. La transcripción musical de los cantos de tradición oral”, in El Occidente de México. Perspectivas multidisciplinarias. U. de G.
In collaboration with Gilbert de Greeve: a volume of writings by Zoltán Kodály, hopefully followed by another volume dedicated to reflections about music education and Kodály’s proposal, with contributions from musicians and social scientists. U. de G.

POLAND

A second volume concerning Kodály’s educational vision is in progress, edited by Mirosława Jankowska (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) (with study about the role of Kodály composition and concept for modern music pedagogy in Poland by Katarzyna Dadak-Kozicka, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

 

SPAIN

SLKE - Sociedad Liszt-Kodály de España
Liszt Society of Spain / Kodály Society of Spain
Vega 18, 47004 Valladolid (Spain)
Phone: +34 91.1868914 / Phone in other countries:
http://www.slke.org/contacto/telefonos
Director: Mr. Carlos Gallardo
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For detailed information visit www.slke.org
Gallardo, Carlos: “Kodalium”. Software for PC about the Kodály Method. This research is done in connection with the Liszt-Kodály Society of Spain.

USA

Jerry L. Jaccard (Professor)
C-582 HFAC School of Music
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602 USA
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Various articles in OAKE Envoy, IKS Bulletin; a book chapter; several book translations, a wind instrument curriculum, a violin curriculum; a book are in progress. Most in connection with the Brigham Young University School of Music, some private