The Role of Instrumental Music Education in the Primary School

AuthorIlir Ramadani
PositionEuropean University of Tirana
Vol. 1 No. 1
January 2017
European Journal of Economics, Law and Social Sciences
IIPCCL Publishing, Graz-Austria
ISSN 2519-1284
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The Role of Instrumental Music Education in the Primary School
PhD (C.) Ilir Ramadani
European University of Tirana
The importance of music education lies on the planning process which develops the personality
of the pupil, their individual and group knowledge and skills in social as well as national,
human and spiritual development, emotional, physical, intellectual and cultural aspects. The
song learning by pupils is achieved to arouse and to develop the harmonic feeling. While
convoying the song, the teacher through an introduction o ers a harmony to the pupils and
more integral intonation security. On a more accurate introduction, the teacher always convoys
songs with a full harmony and with a su ciently perceptible for the skills and interpreting
abilities of the pupils.
Or instruments are applied as an easy approach of instrument interpretation in the Primary
Schools, whereby with the engagement of the teacher this method of education becomes
a ractive and entertaining by raising the level of knowledge’s and music skills to the Pupils. It
is very important for the process to be structured, planned and organized and not to jump on
the interpretation phase without previously going through the sentimental phase and music
Keywords: Instrumental Education, Song, Or instruments, Talent, Sentiment.
Music Education, as a school subject, is of a special importance because its impact lies
in a lot of aspects of pupil’s preparation in order to a ain music knowledge and skills.
“The music education power is the greatest ever since it deeply impetrates not only to
our consciousness but also to our subconsciousness” (Spahiu, 2009).
Music education, its practicing during classes, has in itself a lot of objectives to
culminate at the nal aim so that students can be active in music life. “Music enables
creation of a collective spirit. People who sing together breathe in the same rhythm
and they are in a common relationship to each other. Music turns ‘self’ to selves”
(Çaushi, 1998). Students during singing feel di erent emotions, i.e. due to the diverse
characters which songs possess on their patriotic, human and social character, etc.
“The value of music education is quite immense as through the direct impact in the
emotional aspect of the students, takes part in the formation of their personality.
Personality development and knowledge broadening are among the most important
values of music and music education” (Spahiu, 2009).
Firstly, the music education, aims to deliver the elementary music knowledge to the
students, in order to be part of art, by encouraging skills to induce the music art. The
music education has as its own goal inspiring students to be active players in the
music life. There are various detailed objectives which music education applies to its
curriculum to gain during the work with primary and middle lower school pupils.

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