International journal of research in choral singing

International Journal of Research in Choral Singing is an online and print journal that publishes original research articles, critical reviews, book reviews, and interviews related to the field of choral singing.

The mission of the International Journal of Research in Choral Singing is to provide platforms for interdisciplinary debate on a wide range of topics and issues pertaining to singing. Students, scholars, professionals are invited to contribute their ideas through peer-reviewed articles or comments.

International journal of research in choral singing is a professional academic journal that features articles on topics related to choral singing: from the theoretical level to practical applications.

The journal publishes new articles and reviews on the latest knowledge and practices in choral singing. It also publishes articles about teachers, students, directors, choirs, choirmasters, and others involved in choral music. Articles are submitted anonymously by researchers.

The journal also has an open access policy that makes it a pioneering publication in the field of global music education science research.

The International journal of research in choral singing is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes studies on the theory, methodology and history of choral singing.

This journal publishes studies on the theoretical, methodological and historical aspects of choral singing practice. Articles published in this journal discuss topics such as aural training, music therapy and children’s choral performance. The articles are published in English, French and Spanish.

This journal is a valuable resource for both students and professionals in the field of choral singing.

International Journal of Research in Choral Singing is an online journal that publishes research articles, reviews and news on choral music. It covers various topics ranging from academic research to practical applications in the education sector, to ethnomusicology, history and theory.

Every article published by IJRRS not only includes an abstract but also provides multiple links for further reading or other useful resources. They produce a variety of content from multimedia such as audio recordings and video clips to supplementary material like study questions, syllabi, and interview transcripts.

International Journal of Research in Choral Singing is a peer-reviewed, open access journal and first published in January 2016. It is available online or on paper and prints articles to be distributed through the societies of choirs and singing teachers.

The International Journal of Research in Choral Singing aims to provide high quality research articles, reviews, viewpoints and case studies in all areas relating to choral singing. The journal publishes original research papers such as those that are based on literature reviews or the results of empirical research studies; short pieces describing new theoretical advances or software tools; historical essays; those that explore various aspects of choral singing practice; hypotheses about future trends.

In its current form, this journal has been published in English and German. It exists to allow scientists and music enthusiasts to publish research on choral singing in an international manner.

“International Journal of Research in Choral Singing” is a journal that was created to provide a platform for scientists and music enthusiasts who are interested in publishing research on choral singing. The journal exists as an online platform with content available only online. The current open access print version of the journal is published by Springer and will launch this year in April 2017.

International journal of research in choral singing, is one of the most influential academic journals in the field of choral singing. It publishes research from scholars from around the world and it has been an essential source for researchers, teachers, and choir directors for more than 50 years.

This journal is published twice a year: The first issue of each year appears in March/April and the second issue in September/October. It also includes a Special Issue on a single topic every three years.

The International Journal of Research in Choral Singing is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes review articles related to choral singing and choir research.

International Journal of Research in Choral Singing is an open access journal published by the Music Department of The University of Arizona. Published once a year, it consists of four volumes with six issues each that covers various aspects and trends within choral singing from an international perspective.

It hosts articles such as:

“Singing in the School Classroom: Re-imagining the Student-Teacher Relationship”

“A General Approach to Teaching Children’s Choir”

and “Theoretical and Methodological Considerations for Research in Choral Singing”.