Kurtuldu, M. Kayhan
March 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p127
Academic Journal
In this study information into the PhD and Master Thesis in the scope of piano education has been examined. In the study PhD and Master Thesis completed in the year of 2000 and after 2000 have been considered. In this review information about importance and requirement of the piano instrument and piano education has been revised. Into this thesis completed in the year of 2000 and after 2000 sections about using, importance, requirement of the piano, piano education and reasons of the importance has been examined. In consequence of the review some evaluations has been made by examining the data obtained from the thesis. Obtained data exhibit that in every thesis importance and requirement of the piano has been emphasized meticulously.


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