Instructions to Contributors
All submissions should be well written with minimal grammatical, sentence structure, or organization problems and contain unambiguous, relevant, and supported content. Manuscript should follow the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th edition, 2020). Please write in clear and readable English, limit the use of passive voice, and avoid excessive words. Manuscripts should be approximately 20 pages, including abstract, figures, drawings, tables, and references. In accordance with the Code of Ethics, submitting a manuscript indicates that it has not been published previously and is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere, either in its entirety or in part.
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Authors should be especially clear in reporting their purpose, procedures, and conclusions. They should suggest implications for and applications to the profession. It is expected that original research will serve as models of well-executed methodology rooted in a rigorous adherence to a stated research paradigm. All submitted research articles must conform to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (7th edition, 2020).Articles that Synthesize and Discuss Issues Pertaining to a Research Topic Relevant
to and that will Enhance Knowledge of Music Teaching and Learning
Manuscripts should concern timely and significant topics. These papers will be evaluated for whether the author has contributed to the profession's knowledge by providing new insights, drawing inferences and/or developing a synthesis, in contrast to simply providing a summary of extant research.
Memoirs of a Jazz Drummer
Dottie Dodgion and Wayne Enstice
Edited by Gillian B. Anderson & Ronald H. Sadoff
Volume 1: Contexts and Paradigms
From the Spiritual to the Harlem Renaissance
Jean E. Snyder
Southwestern Ohio's Musical Legacy
Edited by Fred Bartenstein and Curtis W. Ellison
Barney Childs in Conversation
Barney Childs Edited by Virginia Anderson
Edited by Gayle Sherwood Magee
Essays after a Sonata
The Brown County Jamboree and Bill Monroes Bluegrass Festivals
Thomas A. Adler