Thoughts and Strategies of Talent Training Mode of Music Education Major in Chinese Normal Universities: A Case Study of Art College of Henan University



With an example of music education major in Art College of Henan University, this paper looks into talent training mode of music education in Chinese normal universities, tries to seek contradictions between actual talent demand for realistic society and traditional talent training mode, and explores a talent training mode that meets basic requirements of music education in Chinese normal universities through thoughts and practice.


Music education in normal universities; Talent training mode; Strategies

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