AESTHETIC EDUCATION AND THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE OF MUSIC IN NEW MODES OF TEACHING: CAN MUSIC BE TAUGHT ONLINE?

Danijela Zdravić-Mihailović

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096

Abstract


The paper focuses on the aspects of aesthetic education and aesthetic experience of music under the conditions of online teaching of music due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The new mode of teaching affected the teaching process, particularly in the field of performance arts which involves direct experiencing of music, stage performances and direct cooperation of musicians. Aside from certain advantages, mostly regarding the organization of teaching and more time for practice, the results show that students were for the most part deprived of a comprehensive experience of music during the teaching process, and particularly of a specific aesthetic experience. A general conclusion is drawn that direct contact between the student and the professor in face-to-face teaching practice is an irreplaceable segment of music education.


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aesthetic education, aesthetic experience, teaching practice, music education

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