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Musical instrument learning is one of the areas where the face-to-face model is used extensively. Teacher-student communication has an important place in the successful completion of the educational process. For this reason, although the online learning model is widely used in many disciplines, it is generally used as a complementary element for musical instrument learning. There is no music department in Turkey where the online learning model is used at the university level. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic measures, classes were conducted with this model for approximately one and a half semesters. In this study, the experiences of students who took online musical instrument learning were examined. The research was conducted using a qualitative model. A semi-structured interview form was used as a data collection tool. The interview form was created to determine the experiences of students who have received online musical instrument learning in this process. The study group consisted of 7 conservatory students. The interviews were conducted online. The data obtained from the participants were organized by coding. In the research, the following results were obtained: the musical instrument study times of the students became more intense than normal, they started to use different software during the process, their learning activities increased, the teacher interaction decreased, they had problems with the sound quality, they could not convey their real situation, they did not get enough feedback.

Music education, musical instrument learning, online learning


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