CFMAE Journal 2017 Vol 9 Singing & Voice Call for Articles
Singing & Voice 2017 Vol. 9
Singing and voice education across the lifespan
Vaike Kiik-Salupere, PhD Associate Professor of Vocal Studies
Tallinn University, Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM)
Tiina Selke, PhD Professor of Music Teaching Methodology Tallinn University, Baltic Film, Media, Arts and Communication School (BFM)
Graham F. Welch, PhD
Professor UCL Institute of Education, University College London, UK
Patrick K. Freer, Ed.D
Professor of Music Education, Georgia State University Atlanta, USA
Proposal abstract length: 300–500 words (incl. 3–5 keywords)
Article length: 7–10 A4 pages (longer texts possible on individual negotiations during the review process)
Please use APA6 style and CFMAE template for article formatting!
Sections to be included in the abstract and article:
Name(s) and affliation(s) of author(s) (university and department)
Theoretical and practitioner research article:
Introduction (including Aims)
Method(s) Main contribution / Application
Implication / Conclusion
Full text articles include also
References (APA6 style) and Appendixes
Illustrations should be in TIFF or JPG picture format at least 300 dpi.
All authorship (copyright information) of illustrations should be cleared from the author him/herself.
Abstract proposal deadline: 03/2017 – proposal feedback: ca 3 weeks
Full text application deadline: 05/2017 – review process: 05–09/2017
Article editing and issuing process: 10–12/2017
Send Abstract proposal and Full text to: cfmae.journal....at....gmail.com
Technical question to: gerhard.lock....at....tlu.ee
CFMAE: The Changing Face of Music and Art Education, established at Tallinn University (Estonia) in 2009, is a peer-reviewed research journal with international editorial and advisors' board. Its aim is to issue research in the field of music, art and dance education as well as on innovative and new educational concepts, future volumes will expand on interdisciplinary topics. CFMAE is dedicated to serving an international readership with diverse needs, interests, and concerns, addressing the idea that music and art education is constantly in flow: its changing face can be traced historically (yesterday), shapes contemporary developments (today), and will affect the future (tomorrow).
CFMAE articles are abstracted and indexed in RILM abstracts of music literature and EBSCO Discovery portal.
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