Reviews of Research in Human Learning and Music (RRHLM) is a free, open-access, digital journal that publishes reviews of literature related to the various dimensions of music activity in the human experience. By publishing substantive, readable reviews of up-to-date research results, RRHLM provides teachers, musicians, scientists, and other scholars current information about music learning, music performance, music perception, and the effects of music on multiple aspects of human functioning.
Vol 1 (2013)
Table of Contents
|"Boyes are apt to change their voice at about fourteene yeeres of age": An historical background to the debate about longevity in boy treble singers|
|Martin Ashley, Ann-Christine Mecke|
|Pitch Perception in Lexical Tone and Melody|
|Evan D. Bradley|
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