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HAYDN: Online Journal of the Haydn Society of North America is accepting submissions for a special issue on “Haydn in the Music Theory Classroom,” which will appear as its Fall 2020 Issue. This special issue will feature short papers (approximately 2000-6000 words) on any subject relating to Haydn and music theory pedagogy. Topics may include but are not limited to:

- Pedagogical approaches to Haydn’s forms
- Haydn’s music in the aural skills classroom
- Haydn and counterpoint pedagogy
- Teaching rhythm and meter concepts through Haydn’s music
- Haydn’s music as model for teaching harmony
- Haydn as pedagogue

Prospective authors are encouraged to take advantage of the journal’s online format by submitting manuscripts that include embedded audio, video, or hyperlinks. The journal is also open to Work-In-Progress submissions from graduate students or early-career scholars.

Guidelines for submitters may be found here: https://www.rit.edu/affiliate/haydn/submissions

Manuscripts will be due by May 1, 2020. Any queries should be directed to the editor, Dr. Michael E. Ruhling, mergsl -at- rit.edu, and guest editor for this issue, Dr. Melissa Hoag, hoag -at- oakland.edu.
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