Zoltán Kodály

Birth Year: 1882
Death Year: 1967
Notes: Hungarian composer, ethnomusicologist, pedagogue, linguist, and philosopher. He is best known internationally as the creator of the Kodály Method.


Title Alternate Title(s)
333 Reading Exercises
A Magyarokhoz Song of Faith
Bicinia Hungarica
Cease Your Bitter Weeping
Chi D'Amor Sente
Chi Vuol Vender
Choral Method: 66 Two-Part Exercises
Cohors Generosa
Dancing Song Táncnóta
Evening Song Esti Dal
Fior Scoloriti
Four Italian Madrigals Négy Olasz Madrigál; Quattro Madrigali
Fuor de la Bella Caiba
Greetings on St. John's Day
Gyermek Es Noikarok Choral Works for Children's and Female Voices
Gypsy Lament Gipsy Lament
Have Good Courage Semmit Ne Bankodjal
Hymn of Zrinyi
Hymn to King Stephen
Jezus Es a Kufarok Jesus and the Traders
Kallo Folk Dances
Karacsonyi pasztortanc Christmas Dance of the Shepherds
Ladybird Katalinka
Laudes Organi
Let Us Sing Correctly
Matra Pictures
Media Vita in Morte Sumus
Missa Brevis
Mountain Nights


Title Composer(s) Type Arranged For Publisher
Horatii Carmen Horváth, Josef Maria Score SATB, A capella Boosey & Hawkes Inc.
O Come, O Come Emmanuel Trad/Anon/composer unknown, Score SAB, A capella Boosey & Hawkes Inc.
See the Gipsies Trad/Anon/composer unknown, Score SATB Oxford University Press
See the Gypsies Trad/Anon/composer unknown, Score SATB, A capella Oxford University Press
See the Gypsies Trad/Anon/composer unknown, Score SSAA Oxford University Press
Whitsuntide Trad/Anon/composer unknown, Score SSAA, a capella Publisher Unknown