String Research Journal (SRJ) represents the research community of the American String Teachers Association (ASTA). Its purpose is to encourage and improve scholarship and research within the string education profession and disseminate the results of this work to the string and larger music teaching communities. Each year the SRJ publishes reports of peer-reviewed original research related to string music teaching, learning, and performance. The journal considers quantitative, qualitative, historical, and philosophical research relevant to string settings—from early childhood study to the advanced private studio and string ensembles. It covers a wide range of topics including: various aspects of string pedagogy and teaching practices, effective rehearsals, performance, history, and listener perception.
|Frank Diaz||Indiana University, USA|
|John Geringer||Florida State University, USA|
|Karin Hendricks||Boston University, USA|
|Rebecca MacLeod||University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA|
|James Mick||Ithaca College, USA|
|Kristen Pellegrino||University of Texas at San Antonio, USA|
|David Pope||Elyria City School District, USA|
|Laurie Scott||University of Texas at Austin|
|David Sogin||Editor, University of Kentucky|
|Rebecca Tast||Texas State University, USA|
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