Piano Pedagogy Forum

Submitting an Article

Piano Pedagogy Forum invites and accepts submissions from authors.

Prospective authors should review the following guidelines:

  • Piano Pedagogy Forum accepts submissions in all areas of piano-related study including but not limited to pedagogical subjects, literature, technique, group study, collaborative piano, technology, and current trends. Of primary interest are the results of graduate theses and dissertations.
  • Submissions may not be currently under consideration by another publication, and must not have been published previously.
  • Format: authors should consult the most recent edition of the Chicago Manual of Style. Length: minimum length of 1500 words.
  • Permissions: Permission must be obtained for any personal images and any musical examples currently under copyright. All musical examples must be engraved by the author and are the responsibility of the author. Proof of permission must be submitted with the article.
  • Manuscripts may be sent as Microsoft Word documents via the submission portal above. Receipt will be acknowledged.
  • Unsolicited submissions will undergo blind review by the editorial board. This process may take 2 months and authors will be notified of the results of the blind review.
  • Authors of manuscripts that are accepted for publication must complete the Frances Clark Center/Piano Pedagogy Forum/Piano Magazine writer’s agreement and acknowledge the Frances Clark Center/Piano Pedagogy Forum plagiarism policy.
  • Submissions accepted for publication acknowledge that “publication” means that the work may be used, entirely or partially, on any of the Frances Clark Center Piano Pedagogy Forum platforms (including digital, social media, etc.)

Piano Pedagogy Forum’s Plagiarism Policy

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