The aim of this work is to develop a valid and reliable measuring instrument for measuring the success of students, in which the topics of Harmony and Music Forms are included in Piano Education. Firstly, a list of achievements was prepared taking into consideration the content of the lessons in the music education departments, and then the questions appropriate for these achievements were selected. Prior to taking the final test, expert opinions were obtained and piloted with twenty students. The Piano Education Achievement Test has been applied to 50 music education students since the last test, and the reliability coefficient of the test results (Cronbach alpha) was found to be 0,710. These results show that validated and reliable results are achieved with the developed Piano Training Achievement Test. Some questionnaires have also been discussed according to their success level. As a result, the Piano Education Achievement Test is a valid and reliable measurement tool that music education instructors can use in their learner assessment process, as it covers both piano education topics as well as harmony and musical forms and in accordance with course content.
Piano Education, harmony, Music Forms, Test Development