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Teenage boys in the first year of secondary school were interviewed about their Kodaly influenced, voice based classroom music course with a view to improving the subject offering in terms of educational efficacy and popularity at the site of the research. Discourse analysis of the interview transcripts revealed that the singing aspect of the course was not as unpopular with the students as some research predicted. Indeed, the boys enjoyed singing and playing instruments. They enjoyed thedoi:10.25904/1912/1960 fatcat:a7di2rdjcvgolfe6olmg4d64xu