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1 Non-formal music learning opportunities after school From Music School to the Community Choir – Veszprém (HU) ERDÉLYI Ágnes

2 We have had Kodály’s „Singing Hungary” here. Where is it now?

3 Kodály Zoltán Music Elementary School in Nyíregyháza, old building

4 Veszprém

5 Veszprém Basilica

6 Two volumes by M. Tóth Antal: one of the sacred and another of secular music in Veszprém

7 Common Songs of Veszprém County – 136 „Verbunkos” - recruiting dances

8 Bakony Folksongs 210 songs collected by Békefi Antal Balaton Folksongs 190 songs published by Nyék Sándor

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10 Veszprém City Choir

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12 Zámbó István founder and conductor of the Veszprém City Choir The Bell of Arezzo

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15 „My castle” – the music school and the other possibilities where the Veszprém kids learn to sing.

16 THE MUSIC-SCHOOL SYSTEM IN HUNGARY Preparing classes (1 or 2 school years) – without instrument Age-group: 6–8 years 2 x 45 minutes/week (singing, rhythm-playing, musical hearing, basic of the notation) 1st-4th class - with instrument Age-group: 8–12 years Solfege: 2 x 45 minutes/weekInstrument: 2 x 30 minutes/week (absolute pitch names, tonic sol-fa, rhythms, scales, intervals, harmonies, musical styles) 5th-10th class – with instrument Age-group: 13–18 years Optional course: music theory, history, etc or practical music-making in string orchestra or in brass band or in choir Optional course:: 2 x 45 minutes/week Instrument: 2 x 30 minutes/week or 1 x 90 minutes/week

17 OTHER POSSIBILITIES IN VESZPRÉM „Ringató” – project by Gállné Gróh Ilona For mothers and babies (0-3 years) 30 minutes/week: nursery rhymes, children’s songs, plays and games „Singing Kindergarten” in the music school for little children: (4-6 years) 45 minutes/week: Hungarian children’s songs, folk games, folk dances „Music elementary school – according to Kodály” Age-group: 6–14 years Singing every day, choir rehearsals 1 – 2 times in a week Folk-dance specialized class – of the Christian Elementary School Age-group: 6–14 years Traditional singing, playing, dancing every day on the week

18 THE MUSIC-SCHOOL SYSTEM IN HUNGARY Preparing classes (1 or 2 school years) – without instrument Age-group: 6–8 years 2 x 45 minutes/week (singing, rhythm-playing, musical hearing, basic of the notation) 1st-4th class - with instrument Age-group: 8–12 years Solfege: 2 x 45 minutes/weekInstrument: 2 x 30 minutes/week (absolute pitch names, tonic sol-fa, rhythms, scales, intervals, harmonies, musical styles) 5th-10th class – with instrument Age-group: 13–18 years Optional course: music theory, history, etc or practical music-making in string orchestra or in brass band or in choir Optional course:: 2 x 45 minutes/week Instrument: 2 x 30 minutes/week or 1 x 90 minutes/week

19 THE MUSIC-SCHOOL SYSTEM IN HUNGARY Preparing classes (1 or 2 school years) – without instrument Age-group: 6–8 years 2 x 45 minutes/week (singing, rhythm-playing, musical hearing, basic of the notation) 1st-4th class - with instrument Age-group: 8–12 years Solfege: 2 x 45 minutes/weekInstrument: 2 x 30 minutes/week (absolute pitch names, tonic sol-fa, rhythms, scales, intervals, harmonies, musical styles) 5th-10th class – with instrument Age-group: 13–18 years Optional course: music theory, history, etc or practical music-making in string orchestra or in brass band or in choir Optional course:: 2 x 45 minutes/week Instrument: 2 x 30 minutes/week or 1 x 90 minutes/week

20 Children’s choir of the music school and the youth group of the Veszprém City Choir: the „Vokál”

21 Our Choir Family VESZPRÉM CITY CHOIR (VESZPRÉM VÁROS VEGYESKARA = VVV) Founded in Mixed community choir Age-group: 18 – 81 years VVV VOKÁL Founded in Youth mixed choir Age-group: 15 – 22 years VVV CSERMÁK GYERMEKKÓRUS Founded in Children’s Choir Age-group: 12 – 15 years

22 Repertoire Comes from… Hungarian folksongs, classical and folksong-canons Songs of other nations – often in Hungarian translation Interesting melodies, musical plays from the singing booklets of choir festivals or from the publications of singing teachers of different lands And last but not least: the “unwritten tradition” – when I hear some good ideas when meeting Hungarian or foreign colleagues.

23 Tancuj, tancuj (Slovakia) The Sally Gardens (England/Ireland) Baj van a részeg tengerésszel - Drunken Sailor (England) O ma belle aurore (France) Amsterdamse Grachten (The Netherlands) Who can sail (Scandinavia) Limburg mijn vaderland (Flanders) Un pochito cantas (Spain) A mese jó (Greece) Mare nostre (Italy) Hava Nagila (Israel) Siyahamba (Africa/Zulu tradition) E-La (Africa) Tuéj, tuéj (Ghana) Aka tombo (Japan) Hotaru koi (Japan) Mol i hua (China) Sambalelé (Brazil) Escondido (Brazil) Én édes kincsem (Argentina) Indulj, szép égi szekér (Swing low, sweet chariot)) This Little Light of Mine I’v got Peace Like a River Were You There? I’m Going Home on a Cloud Amazing Grace West Side Story – (choral selection) – L. Bernstein Dzsungel könyve – Dés L. – Geszti P. Over the rainbow – H. Arlen Brother Sun, Sister Moon - Donovan Shrek „Hallelujah” – L. Cohen FOLK- AND POPULAR TUNES from AROUND THE WORLD SPIRITUALS, MUSICAL-SONGS, SOUNDTRACK-MUSIC

24 Szép vagy muzsika – M. Praetorius Az élet ünnepel – J. Arcadelt Tavaszi dal – P. Certon Belle qui tiens ma vie – T. Arbeau Pastime with Good Company – King Henry VIII. Though Philomela Lost Her Love – T. Morley Come Again – J. Dowland Alta trinita beata – Anonymus Tavasz – L. Marenzio Kék ibolyácska – Anonymus Szép dalra jöttünk össze – M. Vulpius Boldog aki énekel – G. O. Pitoni Ragyogva tűz a napsugár – J. S. Bach Canticorum jubilo – G. F. Händel Ária – G. F. Händel Jöjj, mondjunk hálaszót – J. Crüger Sárga levél – H. Purcell Alleluia – W. Boyce O mysterium ineffabile – J. F. Lallouette Ave Maria – G. Caccini Nocturnes – W. A. Mozart Ave verum – W. A. Mozart Laudate pueri Dominum – M. Haydn Plaisir d’amour – J. P. E. Martini Lennék csak víg madár – R. Schumann Egy édes hangú kismadár – J. Brahms A vándor éji dala – A. Rubinstein EASY RENAISSANCE and BAROQUE PART-SONGS / CANONS / SHORT MOTETS EASY CLASSICAL and ROMANTIC CHORAL PIECES

25 Verbunkos dalok 1848-ból Széles a Balaton – Vavrinecz B. Marosszéki dalok – Vavrinecz B. A juhász – Kodály Z. Jó gazdasszony – Kodály Z. Komáromi kisleány – Bárdos L. Dana–dana - Bárdos L. Pandúr andandóri – Bárdos L. Szellő zúg – Bárdos L. Tiszai dallamok – Bárdos L. Vendégnóta – Bárdos L. Három népdal Bartók gyűjtéséből - Daróci Bárdos T. Ne menj el! – Bartók B. Cohors generosa – Kodály Z. Jánosköszöntő – Kodály Z. Egyetem-begyetem – Kodály Z. Bikaviadal – Bárdos L. Üszküdárá – Daróci Bárdos T. Tavaszi dal – Karai J. Ugrótánc – Karai J. Öt világrész dalai – Szőnyi E. Musica beata – Wolf P. Adiemus – K. Jenkins Pelican chorus – W. Matthias Signore delle cime – G. Marzi I Will Sing With the Spirit – J. Rutter The Lord Bless You and Keep You – J. Rutter Songs of Taizé HUNGARIAN FOLKSONGS and ARRANGEMENTS MODERN CHORAL LITERATURE

26 Java-Jive Somebody Loves Me – G. Gershwin Strike Up the Band – G. Gershwin Rock ’n’ Roll Around Good Night, Sweetheart The Old Piano Roll Blues Hallo, Django Aqua de Beber Sweet Georgia Brown Have a Nice Day Singing All Together Hymn to Freedom – O. Peterson Blue Moon That Lucky Old Sun Linsted Market On the Sunny Side of the Street Domine ad adjuvandum me festina – 15th century Hungarian codex tune Viva la Musica – M. Praetorius Gloria – E. Gebhardi Áldjon meg Téged az Úr – Draskóczy L. A csalogány – J. Haydn Sárgul a fű – J. Haydn Ave Maria – W. A. Mozart Kínai kánon – Bárdos L. Orchestra Quodlibet – W. Geisler “Svédhatos” Quodlibet Tumbai – Israeli canon A Song is Like an Apple – L. Maierhofer Ritmus-rondó – C. Orff Good Evening – R. Sund „CAFE-SINGING” – VOCAL JAZZ ARRANGEMENTS CANONS of different style and content ORATORIO–EXCERPTS Halleluja – The Messiah G. F. Händel An die Freude – 9th Symphony, L. v. Beethoven Psalmus Hungaricus – Kodály Z.

27 Festive days of the youth Camps: „Advent”-camp Singing Vacation in Zánka, by the lake Balaton Qualification: „Singing Youth” national showcase Concerts: at Christmas „Csermák Days of Arts” Charity events, feasts exhibition-openings Travels and excursions: Eastern Hungary: Debrecen, Nyíregyháza, Szatmárcseke Transylvania: Cluj-Napoca/Kolozsvár, Déva, Orphanage of Brother Csaba Southern Hungary: Kaposvár Belgium: Veszprém’s Walloon twin city, friends in the Flemish part.

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29 MUSIC for ADVENT and CHRISTMAS It Come Upon – English carol Ding! Dong! Merrily on high – English carol God Rest You Merry Gentlemen – L. Smith Come, Come to Betlehem – R. Artman This Little Babe – B. Britten Angels’ Carol – J. Rutter Carol of the Children – J. Rutter White Christmas – I. Berlin El cant dels occels – P. Casals Harangszó – O. Fischer Les anges dans nos campagnes – French carol Tiliseb, tiliseb – L. Virkhaus Joululaulu – Hannikainen Underbar en stjarna bild – Runbach Born Jesus i en Krybbe la – N. W. Gade A Belén pastores vamos – Colombian carol Festejo de Navidad – H. Bittrich Alliluja – Ljudkevics Cestit svietu – Croatian carol Oggi e Natale – Italian carol O Santissima – Sicilian carol Karácsonyi bölcsődal – Bárdos L. Karácsonyi ének – Csenki I. Aranyszárnyú angyal – Demény D. Áldott éj – Farkas F. Kicsi gyermek – Farkas F. Karácsonyi szvit – Gárdonyi Zs. Szálljatok le – Gryllus V. Száncsengő – Gryllus V. Csillagoknak teremtője – Karai J. Hív minket most egy tiszta szó – Karai J. Karácsonyi pásztortánc – Kodály Zoltán Hull a hó – Pintér J. Üdvözlégy kis Jézuska – Pintér J.

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32 Multiplied benefits are gained: The boys and girls get acquainted with singing, as a skill of joy, alredy in their early years They learn to co-operate, to work together for a common goal, and experience the feeling of belonging to a community They obtain the basic knowledge in the world of music They are attached to each other and their city They keep on singing indeed – if not in our adult choir, then somewhere else, where life – studies, jobs – drives them …and there are some who choose singing as a profession, or become a choral conductor

33 We bring up and educate young people for the Music, not for ourselves…

34 Which way is to take in the future?

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36 If you want your dream to be Take your time go slowly Do few things but do them well Heartfelt work grows purely. If you want to live life free Take your time go slowly Do few things but do them well Heartfelt work grows purely.


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