[[abstract]][ABSTRACT] The purposes of this study are to discuss the investigation of a "class concert" program on high school students. The main objectives of this research are as the following: (1) to investigate the reliability and validity of developing high school students' music course learning motivation by a designed class concert program. (2) to explore the correlation between conducting a designed class concert program and raising atmosphere of the high school students in music classroom. The quasi-experimental design is adopted. Subjects are evaluated by the “music subject learning motivation scale” and “music subject classroom atmosphere scale”. The subjects are selected from Chen-tsai high school students who are taking their second year music course.The researcher conducts the program for 12 weeks which means 12 periods totally and 50 minutes for each period. Results of this research indicate that: (1) The use of the designed class concert program and the developing of high school students’ music learning motivation--there is no significant difference between the experiment group and control group. (2) The use of the designed class concert program and raising atmosphere of the high school students in music classroom.--there are significantly related between the experiment group and control group. (3) This alternative way of high school music course learning has been proved receptively by both the teachers and the students. Inclusion, a new model for the high school musical program is suggested. It is an intent of this research to utilize this teaching methods for musical teachers and the references for further researchers.
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