Journal of Singing is the official journal of National Association of Teachers of Singing, providing current information regarding the teaching of singing as well as results of recent research in the field. A refereed journal, it serves as an historical record and is a venue for teachers of singing and other scholars to share the results of their work in areas such as history, diction, voice science, medicine, and especially voice pedagogy. Journal of Singing is published five times annually (Sept/Oct, Nov/Dec, Jan/Feb, March/April, May/June)
Richard Dale Sjoerdsma, Editor-in-Chief
You may search using any or all of the search fields in the form; the search engine will return all entries that meet all the criteria specified. The database currently contains bibliographic information and descriptions of NATS Journal of Singing articles published between the first issue in 1944 and Volume 70, 2012-13, including Journal of Singing (1995-present), The NATS Journal (1985-1995), The NATS Bulletin (1966-1985) and The Bulletin (1944-1965).
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“Provenance,” created and managed for several years by Stephen Austen, is a unique column that revisits historical pedagogy and practice. To fill a vacancy in its leadership, applications are being accepted from qualified persons in this area, with musicological interests and/or preparation, and documented writing skills. Letters of application, along with examples of writing, should be sent to:
Dr. Richard Sjoerdsma, Editor in Chief