As it is mentioned above, classroom teachers are the generalists who, in contrast with the specialist teachers, are lacking undergraduate music training. Actually, the majority of them had no substantial musical background before their music education at undergraduate degree level. Therefore, someone should suppose that their musical efficiency is limited and might not be able to develop their abilities at a high level. Asking the students teachers who are studying at the University of Cyprus, some of them believe strongly that it is significant to have musical background from school years. Otherwise, according to them, it is not easy to gain enough subject knowledge and musical skills to be able to teach music effectively from a University’s program. Regardless, of their inadequate training in music, the generalist teachers are required to teach it. This circumstance stimulates feelings of low confidence When classroom teachers with little formal training have the responsibility to teach music lesson, their problem is often law confidence. ‘Many student teachers describe themselves as ‘unmusical’ and have a very poor self-esteem about their musical abilities. Their law confidence can attributes to a failure to follow the teaching style of the music teachers or a negative experience they remember from their own early education .