YangQin Teaching Reform of University
The rise of musicology professional in the university has brought new look for China’s education development. The teaching objective and task of musicology professional in the university become how to train comprehensive music talents to adapt to the cultural construction. According to the characteristics of musicology professional, combined with the university teaching idea, this paper endeavors to explore teaching new ideas of YangQin, optimize teaching mode of professional skills and deepen YangQin teaching reform in terms of YangQin teaching patterns and methods.
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