International Journal of Human Voice (IJHV), the most recent publication of Apollonia University of Iasi, issued for the first time in 2012, as an initiative of the Interdisciplinary Symposium on the same theme (November 2011 Iasi), welcomes articles from a wide range of domains: physics of human voice, medicine of human voice, brain integration of human voice (autism, dyslexia etc), human voice in music (lyric performances, concerts, art of composition, folk art), human voice in the theatre, human voice in literature, human voice in communication, musical criticism, portraits of artists, interviews.
“Music is feeling and science at the same time … combining science and inspiration, art is born”
(Hector Berlioz); hence, the journal is substantiated on the main concept of human voice – a world in itself of unbelievable complexity and beauty, hiding mysteries whose unveiling is still to be disclosed.
The evolution of human voice along centuries, the progress recorded and the subtleties experienced by famous vocal performers have been the main topics of interest for both contributors and readers.
The journal aims at establishing a close interrelationship between academic projects, artistic projects and research and the contributions published in the journal are expected to create close links between research teams and to stimulate the exchange of ideas and experience both nationally and internationally.
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