String Research Journal: Volume VI, 2015
Ed. David W. Sogin
American String Teachers Association
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The String Research Journal (SRJ) is the official juried string research publication of ASTA. It is also the world's only journal devoted to string playing research. The SRJ is published annually. ASTA members also have the option of viewing a PDF of the SRJ at www.astastrings.org with member sign in. In this issue, research reports include: Forum: Reflections on a String Educator's Journey (Margaret Schmidt) * A Comparison of Three Pedagogical Methods for Setting Cello Endpin Length (Rebecca L. Tast) * An Analysis of Ratings Assigned to String Musicians' Performances at Solo and Ensemble Music Performance Assessment Events (David A. Pope & James P. Mick) * A Survey of Practice Behaviors Among Middle and High School String Players (John M. Geringer, Rebecca B. MacLeod & Heather Lofdahl) * The Effect of Pitch and Rhythm Difficulty on High School String Sight-Reading Performance (Michael L. Alexander & Michele L. Henry).