ISSN 2409-7616

V. Kudryavtseva



Victoria V. Kudryavtseva –Candidate of Pedagogy, Associate Professor of the Department of Pop and Jazz art, Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Abstract. The need to study national traditions in the field of music education prompts the study of its history in order to further search for ways to develop national musical culture and solve pressing problems of our time. The article analyzes the system of music and pedagogical education in the pre-Soviet and Soviet space, the features and trends of this period in the context of the political, economic and cultural situation in the country. The author believes that the study of the experience of the past contributes to the solution of a number of educational problems related to the training of highly professional personnel for cultural and art institutions of the country. A significant achievement for music education in Russia in the period under study was the formation of Russian national schools in all areas of musical art and the system of training music pedagogical personnel. Such a system still has no analogues in the world educational space. The analysis and generalization of experience in the field of professional music and pedagogical education seems to be very promising and relevant in the period of global structural changes that determine the state of modern humanitarian education in the Russian Federation. Such a need is caused, first of all, by the possibility of generalizing theoretical methods and concepts in the context of the search for new effective forms of organizing the vocational training process. Modern life constantly dictates the need to search for ways to update and develop the domestic system of music and pedagogical education, however, at the same time, it is very important to take into account the experience of the past centuries in preserving the established traditions in our Fatherland.

Keywords: music education, music class, music education, music teacher, scientific library.


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Kudryavtseva V.V. Music and pedagogical education in Russia the second half of the XIX – first half of the XX centuries: historical and pedagogical analysis. CITISE, 2020, no. 4, pp.520-528. DOI: