Development of Wind Instruments Teaching Curriculas for Professional Education in Kosova

Dardane Nallbani


The presentation of this study intends to provide a description and justification on the development of study program which will create (educate) performers in the artistic field of wind instruments. In the context of Kosova, this assignment is only possible to be achieved if the study programs of high education will be transformed in an appropriate manner and become a suitable segment for creating professional artists which perform successfully in actual environment. Therefore, the proposal of contemporary models for the specific educational programs for creating professional artistic interpreters will encourage a lot of young artist to be attracted to these professional artistic and pedagogical branches considering the great absence of qualified staff in Kosova. In this study, I will present a new educational programme "Artistic Education in Wind Instruments" in the bachelor level study which is anticipated to be offered in the Faculty of Arts of the Haxhi Zeka University in Peja, Kosovo. The main mission of the program for Artistic Education in Wind Instruments is education of academic depth knowledge and high skills related to the field of music, as well as to develop superior capabilities necessary for creative work, teaching, and research in various musical and artistic fields activities, including meeting the needs of society. In particular, the Artistic Education in Wind Instruments intends to provide the academic education of students in the art of playing wind instruments.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2014.v3n2p73

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