- Sight singing and ear training at the university level – an historical discussion of, and rationale for, use of Tonic Sol-Fa (movable do) in university level musicianship training – Choral Journal, March, 1985
- Syllable Systems, Kodaly’s Choices – historical mnemonic syllable systems used in musical training – Kodaly Envoy, Fall, 1985.
- Fixed-do vs. movable-do – a discussion in the form of a critique of W. Multer’s “Solmization and Musical Perception”.
- Do vs. La minor – a discussion of 2 variations of movable do. Traditional tonic sol-fa uses the syllable “la” as the tonic of a minor scale. The use of “do” as the tonic of a minor scale is in wide use in the eastern US and Canada and parts of Germany. A discussion and evaluation follows in this article.
- A Choral Conductor’s Guide to the Music Library – an annotated bibliography of choral-related books to 1995.
- Popular a cappella vocal groups – a short history