Creating by Mozart’s music
Ksenja Marolin Kuzma

Summary:   Music education teachers are confronted with challenges ranging from scarcity of time for course preparation to the variety of modern music that surrounds us in everyday life and its strong influence on children. These are also the reasons why the richness of classical music cannot be represented successfully. Because today’s youth show an increasing decline in an interest in classical music, I was also curious about how classical music would be accepted by children and how they would respond to it. This article presents a planed, but relaxed, implementation of musical examples from the gathered works of W. A. Mozart. I have arranged some of his works for the children and I have presented them through dance, singing, art expression, and by playing Orff instruments, etc.

* Full article is only available in Slovenian language.
Journal of Contemporary Educational Studies is
published with support of Slovenian Research Agency.