Zoltaan Kodaaly; His Life and Work

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
Zoltán Kodály in 1955 Frontispiece
Kodály's Father Facing p. 16
Kodály's Mother Facing p. 17
Nagyszombat at the End of the 19th Century Facing p. 32
Kodály in 1900 Facing p. 33
Béla Bartόk in 1902 (At the time of his first meeting with Kodály) Facing p. 48
A Page from one of the Notebooks (1906) in which Kodály Recorded Folk Songs Facing p. 49
Kodály, with his Wife Emma, and Bartόk (Taken during a tour in Transylvania, 1912) Facing p. 80
Kodály at the Outbreak of the First World War Facing p. 81
The First Page of the Manuscript of Psalmus Hungaricus (1923) Facing p. 96
Programme for the First Performance of the Spinning-Room Abroad (Milan, 1933) Facing p. 97
Kodály with the Swiss Conductor Ansermet Facing p. 112
Kodály Conducting in Moscow (1947) Facing p. 113
Kodály with Some of his Former Pupils (Left to right Gyula Kertèsz, Kodály, Iván Engel, Tibor Serly, Mátyás Seiber, István Szelènyi, Jenő Ádám, Lajos Bárdos, Mihály Szigeti, Gyèrgy Kerényi) Facing p. 113
Kodàly at Home (Budapest, 1958) Facing p. 128
Kodàly and "the Musicians of the Future" Facing p. 129
Kodàly with Yehudi Menuhin Facing p. 144
Kodàly at Oxford University, after Receiving the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Music Facing p. 145

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  • Title Page 3
  • Table of Contents 5
  • List of Illustrations 6
  • Preface 7
  • KodÁly's Life 11
  • The Musicologist 47
  • The Teacher 66
  • The Composer 88
  • By Way of Epilogue 167
  • Notes 169
  • Appendices 174
  • Index 179
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