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19th INTERNATIONAL KODÁLY SYMPOSIUM

THE KAROL SZYMANOWSKI ACADEMY OF MUSIC IN KATOWICE,POLAND
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE INTERNATIONAL KODÁLY SOCIETY
KATOWICE AUGUST 10-17, 2009
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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

The Karol Szymanowski
Academy of Music, Katowice

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Monday, August 10th

2:00 – 5:00 PM Registration K. Szymanowski Academy of Music, Zacisze 3 str.
5:00 PM Dinner
7:00 PM OPENING CEREMONY
7:30 PM CONCERT
8:30 PMRECEPTION – Restaurant Akolada – The Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music All the presentations, concerts, meals will be take place at the Academy

Tuesday, August 11th

8:30 – 9:00 Book Store Open (104)
9:00 – 9:20 Common Singing (Aula)
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote Address (Aula)
Erzsébet Szönyi
ON VALUES OF MUSIC
10:00 –10:20 Lecture
1. Katalin Losonczy (Aula)
MUSICAL COMPETITIONS IN HUNGARY FOR HIGHSCHOOL GENERATION. INFLUENCE ON THE PERSONALITY AND TRANSFER OF GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
10:25 – 10:45 Lecture
2. Ewa Krzatala, Mary Stouffer (Aula)
VALUABLE MUSICAL EXPERIENCES. HOW CHILDREN’S INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES ARE IMPROVED THROUGH THE COMMUNITY MUSIC CLASSES
3. Cho, Hyo Ihm (114)
AN APPROACH TO THE MULTI-CULTURAL PLAY FOR MUSIC EDUCATION ADAPTING CHILDREN SONGS WITH DRAWING PLAY
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
11:20 – 11:40 Lecture
4. Barbara Kamińska (Aula)
PHILHARMONIC CONCERTS FOR INFANTS AND BABIES. ZOLTÁN KODÁLY’S INSPIRATION.
5. Hilda Mercedes Morán Quiroz (114)
SAME AND DIFFERENT: SHARED HISPANIC GAME SONGS
11:45 – 12:15 Lecture
6. Chuang Pei-wen (Aula)
PRIMARY GRADE SCHOOL CHILDREN’S PREFERENCE FOR MUSIC STYLE AND MUSIC PERFORMANCE FORM OF NATIVE MUSIC RECORDINGS
7. Irén Jenőné Nag (114)y
KINDERGARTEN EDUCATION WITH ARTISTIC INSTRUMENTS
12:30 – 1:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)
1: 00 – 2: 00 Lunch
2:30 – 3:10 Workshop
8. Vera Banki (Aula)
DO WE HAVE TO CHANGE?
9. Pamela Stover (115)
FROM THE SOUTH SIDE OF CHICAGO TO CAIRO: AFRICAN-AMERICAN CLAPPING GAMES FROM ILLINOIS
3:15 – 4:15 CHOIR of participants (Aula) conducted by Tomasz Giedwiłło and Maria Piotrowska – Bogalecka
4:15 – 4.45 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
8:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)

Wednesday, August 12th

8:30 – 9:00 Book Store Open (104)
9:00 – 9:20 Common Singing (Aula)
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote Address (Aula)
Wojciech Jankowski
THE ZOLTÁN KODÁLY`S CONCEPT IN POLISH MUSIC EDUCATION
10:00 –10:20 Lecture
1. Cho, Hongky (Aula)
A STUDY FOR SIHGT-SINGING TEST OF KOREAN PENTATONIC MUSIC FOCUSED ON KODÁLY’S APPROACH
2. Jerry L. Jaccard (114)
VILLAGE VALUES IN SCHOOL MUSIC: THE FOUNDATION OF LITERATE MUSICIANSHIP
10:25 – 10:45 Lecture
3. Daniel Crump (Aula)
THE VALUE OF STRUCTURED DAILY SEQUENTIAL AURAL-BASED MUSIC PROGRAM IN THE SECONDARY CONTEXT: PROGRAM FOR OLDER BEGINNERS
4. James Cuskelly (114)
A CASE STUDY USING KODÁLY PRINCIPLES IN A LANGUAGE IMMERSION SETTING
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
11:20 – 11:40 Lecture
5. Hua Kuan Chi (Aula)
THE EFFECT OF INTEGRATING CLASSICAL THEMES AND FOLK SONGS WITH TRADITIONAL MUSIC DICTATION INSTRUCTION ON AURAL SKILL AND ATTITUDES OF FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE STUDENTS IN TAIWAN
6. Rachael Dwyer (114)
REPERTOIRE, PEDAGOGY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE IN MUSIC EDUCATION
11:45 – 12:05 Lecture
7. Michály Ittzés (Aula)
KODÁLY THE METHODOLOGIST
12:30 – 1:00 CONCERT (Aula)
1: 00 – 2: 00 Lunch
2:30 – 3:10 Workshop
8. James Cuskelly (Aula)
NEW AUSTRALIAN SONGS MATERIALS FOR USE IN THE KODÁLY CONTEXT
9. Brent M.Gault (115)
AN ACTIVE MUSICAL COMMUNITY: APPLYING KINESTHETIC STRATEGIES TO SEQUENTIAL MUSIC LEARNING SITUATIONS
3:15 – 4:15 CHOIR of participants (Aula) conducted by Tomasz Giedwiłło and Maria Piotrowska – Bogalecka
4:15 – 4.45 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
8:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)

Thursday, August 13th

8:30 – 9:00 Book Store Open (104)
9:00 – 9:20 Common Singing (Aula)
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote Address (Aula)
Denise Bacon,
“NO ONE CAN BE A REAL ARTIST WHO IS NOT A TRUE MAN” – ZOLTÁN KODÁLY
10:00 –10:20 Lecture
1. Michalis Patseas (Aula)
ZOLTÁN KODÁLY – HOMO POLITICUS
2. Marilyn Brouette (114)
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN SPIRITUAL IN THE KODÁLY CLASSROOM. A LEGACY OF COMMUNITY AND A TREASURE OF TRADITION
10:25 – 10:45 Lecture
3. Eva Floyd (Aula)
THE VALUE OF KODÁLY - INSPIRED MUSIC THEORY PEDAGOGY IN THE UNDERGRADUATE MUSIC CURRICULUM
4. Hsiao - Shien Chen, Yu-Chuan Yao (114)
MARCH WITH LUO-GU JING THROUGH KODÁLY
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
11:20 – 12:00 Workshop
5. Ewa Krzatala, Mary Stouffer (Aula)
SIMPLE SINGING GAMES, CANONS AND DANCES FOR CHILDREN FROM CULTURES AROUND THE WORLD
6. Celia Waterhouse (114)
A SCHEME FOR TEACHING RECORDER IN UK PRIMARY SCHOOLS BASED ON AN AURAL-VOCAL APPROACH AS ADVOCATED BY ZOLTÁN KODÁLY.
12:30 – 1:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)
1: 00 – 2: 00 Lunch
2:15 – 3:15 Workshop (Aula)
7. Jerry L. Jaccard
MUSIC, A UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE. FOLKSONGS FROM DIFFERENT COUNTRIES. edited by International Kodály Society
3:15 – 4:15 CHOIR of participants (Aula) conducted by Tomasz Giedwiłło and Maria Piotrowska – Bogalecka
4:15 – 4.45 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
4:45 – 5:45 ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION (Aula)
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
8:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)

Friday, August 14th

EXCURSIONS:

KRAKÓW

Krakow - a city wrapped in legend, where time flows differently, and where every moment becomes a moment of history. For centuries Krakow was the capital of Poland, the seat of kings, drawing great scholars and artists from the whole world. It is their talents and imagination we must thank for the city's rich legacy of unique historical relics, which reflect the most important trends in European culture.

The renaissance Royal Castle at Wawel, the gothic St Mary's Basilica, the historical trade pavilions of the Cloth Hall, the former separate Jewish city of Kazimierz, and even the Nowa Huta district, absorbed by Krakow together with its socialist-realist, industrial architecture, are all places which make a visit to Krakow extremely worthwhile.



SALT MINE in WIELICZKA

"The historic Salt Mine in Wieliczka is the only mining site in the world functioning continuously since the Middle Ages. Lying on nine levels, its original excavations (longitudinals, traverses, chambers, lakes, as well as minor and major shafts) stretch for the total of about 300 kilometres: reaching the depth of 327 metres they illustrate all the stages of mining technology development over time."

The quotation comes from the justification for entering the Wieliczka Salt Mine on UNESCO's First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage, 8th September, 1978 together with 11 other sites from around the world.

For, indeed, reaching back to the Middle Ages, the history of Wieliczka is a reflection of mining technology progress, development of work organisation and management, origin of industry legislation, as well as a lesson in patriotism and the love of freedom.



6:00 – 7:00PM Dinner
9:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)

Saturday, August 15th

8:30 – 9:00 Book Store Open (104)
9:00 – 9:20 Common Singing (Aula)
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote Address (Aula) Judith Johnson IT’S NOT THE METHOD, IT’S THE MUSIC
10:00 –10:20 Lecture
1. Jennifer Bergstrum (Aula)
MANY VOICES, ONE SONG: GROUP SINGING WITHIN TWO DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
2. Emel Funda Türkmen (114)
INTERACTION BETWEEN ACADEMIC MUSIC AND TRADITIONAL FOLK MUSIC
10:25 – 10:45 Lecture
3. Katalin Kismartony, Ilona Gáll-Gróh (Aula)
MY FIRST BILINGUAL SONGBOOK – ELSÖ KÉTTANNYELVÚ ÉNEKKÖNYVEM
4. Paul Domby (114)
PRESERVING FOLK AND ART MUSIC OF THE DOMINANT CULTURE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF COMMUNITIES WHERE THE MINORITY CONSTITUTES THE MAJORITY
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
11:20 – 12:00 Workshop
5. Connie Foss More (Aula)
ZING! WHILE YOU SING: CANADIAN CHILDREN’S CHOIR REPERTOIRE
6. Panni Anna Kovacs (115)
TECHNIQUES FOR CHOIR DIRECTORS IN THEIR ROLE AS INTERPRETERS OF THE VALUE OF TRADITIONAL MUSIC PIECES FOR THE COMMUNITY OF PERFORMERS AND LISTENERS, USING PIECES BY ZOLTÁN KODÁLY AND BÉLA BARTÓK FOR CHILDREN’S AND WOMEN’S CHOIRS.
12:15 – 12:55 Workshop (Aula)
7. David Vinden, Ruth Herbert (Aula)
THE SONGS COLLECTED FROM CHILDREN IN ENGLAND BY CECIL SHARP 1908 – 1914
8. Anne Laskey, Gail Needleman (115)
OUTSHINE THE SUN: COMMUNAL AND SPIRITUAL VALUES IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSIC
1: 00 – 2: 00 Lunch
2:30 – 3:10 CONCERT (Concert Hall)
3:15 – 4:15 CHOIR of participants (Aula) conducted by Tomasz Giedwiłło and Maria Piotrowska – Bogalecka
4:15 – 4.45 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
8:00 CONCERT (Concert Hall)

Sunday, August 16th

8:30 – 9:00 Book Store Open (104)
9:00 – 9:20 Common Singing (Aula)
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote Address (Aula)
Takao Nakamura
50 YEAR KODÁLY MOVEMENT IN JAPAN
10:00 –10:20 Lecture
1. Chen, Szu-En, Cheng, Fung-Ching (Aula)
A SURVEY STUDY OF PARTICIPATION ATTITUDE OF CURRENT TAIWAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHOIR MEMBERS
10:25 – 10:45 Lecture
2. Jerry L. Jaccard, János Sipos, Hilda Mercedes Moran Quiroz, Miriam Factora (Aula)
FOLKSONG AS A FUNDAMENTAL MUSICAL VALUE: CONNECTING COMMUNITIES THROUGH THE LÁSZLÓ VIKÁR INTERNATIONAL FOLK MUSIC RESEARCH FORUM
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
11:20 – 12:00 Workshop
3. Mónika Benedek (Aula)
THE ACTIVE USE OF RELATIVE SOLFA IN THE THEORY OF CLASSICAL AND JAZZ MUSIC
4. Csilla Kicsi (115)
WAITING FOR THE MIRACLE WITH MUSIC. MUSIC PROGRAM FOR EXPECTANT MOTHERS
12:15 – 12:45 Choir of participants - rehearsal (Concert Hall) conducted byTomasz Giedwiłło and Maria Piotrowska – Bogalecka
12:45 – 1:45 Lunch
2:00 – 2:40 Workshop (Aula)
5. Judith Johnson
MUSICAL BEGINNINGS
3:00 – 4:00 CONCERT in the Church (10 mins from Academy)
4:15 – 4.45 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
6:00 – 7:00 Dinner
7:00 – 8:30 General Assembly of IKS

Monday, August 17th

8:30 – 9:00 Book Store Open (104)
9:00 – 9:20 Common Singing (Aula)
9:20 – 9:55 Keynote Address (Aula)
Katarzyna Dadak-Kozicka
MUSIC FOR EVERYONE ACCORDING TO KODÁLY AND SZYMANOWSKI
10:00 –10:20 Lecture
1. Uğur Türkmen (Aula)
THE ROLES OF INSTITUTIONS THAT GIVE VOCATIONAL MUSICAL EDUCATION IN CULTURAL EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIETY
2. Celia Waterhouse (114)
AN APPRAISAL OF THE METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR CHOIR TRAINING AND MUSIC TEACHING KNOWN AS THE NORWICH SOLFA, DEVISED BY SARAH ANN GLOVER IN 19TH CENTURY NORWICH, FROM WHICH MANY KEY ELEMENTS WERE CARRIED FORWARD, THROUGH THE TONIC SOLFA METHOD OF JOHN CURWEN, TO ZOLTÁN KODÁLY
10:25 – 10:45 Lecture
3. Denise Bacon (Aula)
ARCHIVES – THEIR ROLE IN EXPANDING YOUR HORIZONS
4. László Norbert Nemes (114)
“Kodály Method according to the Kodály Concept”. A new generation of hungarian music pedagogues in the service of safeguarding the tradition of Kodály-based music pedagogy in Hungary
10:45 – 11:15 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
11:20 – 12:00 Workshop
5. Katherine Hickey (Aula)
THE LEGACY OF JENÖ ÁDÁM: KONCEPT SONGS AND TEACHING STRATEGIES
6. Zoltán Pad (114)
The practical use of relative solfa in teaching of atonal and twelve-tone music
12:30 – 1:00 CONCERT(Concert Hall) Choir of participants conducted by Tomasz Giedwiłło and Maria Piotrowska – Bogalecka
1: 00 – 2: 00 Lunch
2:30 – 3:10 Workshop (Aula)
7. Polish children's games
- teacher Dominika Lenska
3:15 – 4:15 ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION (Aula)
4:15 – 4:45 Coffee and Tea (coffee break)
6:00 CLOSING CEREMONY/CONCERT
7:30 BANQUET
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