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Australian Kodály Journal

Since its founding in 1973 by Dr Deanna Hoermann, KMEIA has produced national publications under various titles that provide a rich source of academic and historical literature concerning Australian Kodály-inspired research and practice. Most recently, this was under the title of the Australian Kodály Journal.

At the end of a project spanning over three years, in 2018 the KMEIA National Council is pleased to make all its previous national publications available online FREE to the world under open access principles. It is envisaged that future music and music education research and practice will build upon this significant collection and continue to advance music for all in Australia and around the world.

Click here to access the collection of KMEIA national publications through Informit.

Click here to view the index of the KMEIA’s published articles.

Australian Kodály Journal

Latest News

2020 Kodály Australia Conference & COVID-19

I trust that this message finds you and your family well and that you are staying positive amongst these challenging circumstances. The 2020 Kodály Australia Conference Spring into Song: Sustaining the Vision is scheduled to be held in Canberra from Monday 28 …
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Connecting with you online

I hope you, your family and students are well and safe at this time. The National Council of Kodály Australia recently met and formed an organisational response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Face-to-face events The National Council has recommended …
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An important update from Kodály Australia

I write to you providing an important update from Kodály Australia. National Council 2020-2022 Recently we held the Annual General Meeting of the association and conducted elections for the National Council 2020-2022 term. I congratulate the elected Council and thank …
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Congratulations Dr Jason Goopy

Kodály Australia is proud to congratulate our President Dr Jason Goopy who recently completed Doctor of Philosophy studies at the School of Music, University of Queensland. Dr Goopy’s research investigated adolescent boys’ music beliefs, values and identity work in a …
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Register now for Kodály Australia Conference 2020!

Join your colleagues and friends in Canberra from 28 September to 1 October this year! Spring into Song: Sustaining the Vision invites you to reflect on Kodály-inspired research and practice in the 21st Century. The conference will celebrate our diversity of …
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