ARLL 3004 - Colorado Kodály Institute Level II

  • Noncredit
  • Online

The course serves as a foundation for the teaching philosophy and approaches of Hungarian music educator, Zoltán Kodály. Components of the course include: Pedagogy, Folksong Literature, Folksong Analysis and Retrieval, Solfège, Conducting, and Choir. The Level 2 course focuses on work with late-beginner level students yet participants may adapt this information to any music teaching situation. Students in this course:

  • observe, practice, and refine teaching techniques in a laboratory setting of peers
  • continue building their collection of authentic folksong literature appropriate and of strong quality for use in music instruction
  • analyze music literature appropriate for a late-beginner music curriculum, including American folk music, traditional children’s songs and games, folk music from other countries and cultures, and art music
  • continue to augment their “retrieval” system so they can quickly and accurately select appropriate song literature for lesson planning
  • develop their nonverbal communication skills in conducting by reviewing and strengthening conducting techniques and essential ensemble directing skills
  • Strengthen individual and ensemble musicianship skills through in-tune singing, excellent tone quality, internal hearing, partwork, and understanding of complex melodies and pieces of music

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Prerequisite

Undergraduate degree in music or consent of instructor.

Please note that there are no refunds for open entry courses.

Important Information

This course is also available as a credit option. See the MU 526B course page if you are obtaining a degree and need the credits!

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