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Research on the Teaching of Piano Accompaniment Arrangement Course in Colleges and Universities

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DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2023.060207 | Downloads: 22 | Views: 446


Menglan Li 1


1 School of Music and Dance, Lingnan Normal University, Zhanjiang, Guangdong, 524048, China

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Menglan Li


Piano accompaniment is one of the most common and fast forms of musical accompaniment. It requires the performer to use the piano theory knowledge and performance skills to integrate techniques in the keyboard and take into account the harmony, so that the music is presented with more full and abundant emotions. In the practice of piano teaching in colleges and universities, piano accompaniment arrangement is a compulsory course for the development of students' musicianship. However, in the current teaching practice of the course, students' ability to arrange accompaniment is insufficient due to the differences in students' musicianship and the teachers' teaching methods in the course. In response to this, this paper briefly explores the teaching strategies from the current situation of piano accompaniment arrangement course teaching in colleges and universities, combined with the actual teaching practice.


Piano in higher education, Accompaniment arrangement course, Teaching status, Teaching practice


Menglan Li, Research on the Teaching of Piano Accompaniment Arrangement Course in Colleges and Universities. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2023) Vol. 6: 35-39. DOI:


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