PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom

PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom
PAPP, Zsuzsanna - SPIEGEL, Marianna: Solfége in the classroom

A methodology reference book, which is equally suited for music education students at colleges and practitioners of solfége and for music theory classes for children aged 6 to 14. On one hand, it is firmly based on Zoltán Kodály’s concept of music education as reflected in the systematic use of singing and relative solmisation in the teaching/learning process. On the other hand, regarding the choice and the organisation of the musical repertory as well as the methodological thinking, it builds on László Dobszay’s teaching approach inherent in his textbook series, of epochal significance, “The World of Tones.”

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A methodology reference book, which is equally suited for music education students at colleges and practitioners of solfege and music theory classes for children aged 6 to 14. On one hand, it is firmly based on Zoltán Kodály’s concept of music education as reflected in the systematic use of singing and relative solmisation in the teaching/learning process. On the other hand, regarding the choice and the organisation of the musical repertory as well as the methodological thinking, it builds on László Dobszay’s teaching approach inherent in his textbook series, of epochal significance, “The World of Tones.”
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