Analysis on the Reform Direction of Wind Music Teaching of Music Major in Normal Universities in the New Era

Yihua YUAN

Abstract


On the background of quality-oriented education, the wind music education in music major in normal universities attracts increasing attention. As an indispensable part of music education, wind music education plays a unique role in specialized music teaching and has become an irreplaceable part in specialized music teaching. Therefore, the investment in wind music education by China’s normal universities is increasing. With the continuous deepening and development of educational reform, corresponding reforms and adjustments have also been made in wind music education. However, there are still some factors affecting students’ wind music learning level and restrain the improvement in students’ comprehensive quality in wind music teaching in normal universities. Thus, how to overcome such restraining factors in wind music teaching and promote the reform process of wind music teaching in normal universities have become important subjects. This paper analyzes the wind music teaching of music major in normal universities and puts forward the directions and ways of reform so as to provide the personnel concerned with a reference.


Keywords


Professional music; Music teaching; Higher normal colleges; Reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9166

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