Singing Voice Pedagogy Tutorial (Article)
This 33 minute tutorial was presented at the Voice Foundation's Annual Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice, in June 2016, by Dr. David Meyer, Professor of Voice at Shenandoah University. This lecture explains the basics of vocal pedagogy, and includes discussion of what the field of vocal pedagogy needs from the field of voice science. (posted 1:56 PM, September 12, 2016)

In Support Of Contemporary Commercial Music (non-classical) Voice Pedagogy (Article)
This often-quoted article presents the history of CCM styles and their development throughout the 20th century along with acoustic comparison of CCM singing with classical as evidence that contemporary singing is fundamentally different from classical and deserves its own pedagogical approach. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

CCM and Classical are NOT the Same (Article)
Jeannette LoVetri provides numerous examples of how CCM singing differs from classical singing. She expands on these ideas in other blog posts titled "More Details About Why CCM Is Different Than Classical" and "Still More About CCM vs Classical." Many of these ideas are further developed in scholarly journal articles Lovetri has authored/co-authored. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Musical Theater and Opera Singing—Why So Different? A Study of Subglottal Pressure, Voice Source, and Formant Frequency Characteristics (Article)
This voice science article examines the timbre differences in Musical Theater and Classical Singing. The author examines the different demands of each singer and takes into account microphone usage and the number of weekly performances. Björkner asserts that subglottal pressure is the main player in controlling vocal intensity. Five male opera singers and five mail MT singers were involved in this study, which seeks to determing "voice source characteristics" and formant frequencies at two fundamental frequencies (f0) and over a large dynamic range. Results indicate that MT and opera singers both sing with equally pressed phonation and that the singer's formant plays a large role in classical vs. MT singing. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Contemporary Commercial Music: More Than One Way to Use the Vocal Tract (Article)
This article discusses how the vocal tract is used in different styles of singing. It encourages voice teachers to use style-specific pedagogy with their students. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)

Still More About CCM vs Classical (Article)
This article discusses the differences in laryngeal position, diction, and registration found in CCM and Classical singing. (posted 2:34 PM, August 27, 2014)