- “George Gershwin: An American Original” in Anderson, R.P. (2011). The Pianist’s Craft: Mastering the Works of Great Composers. Lanham, Maryland: Scarecrow Press.
- “Tips for Teaching the Adult Piano Student” in Lyke, J., Haydon, G, & Rollin, C. (2011). Creative Piano Teaching (4th Ed.). Champaign, Illinois: Stipes Publishing.
Research and Journal Articles
- Jutras, P. (in press). “Investigating the purpose and benefits of learning an instrument as an adult.” Scientia Pedagogica Experimentalis
- Jutras, P. (2011). “The Benefits of New Horizons Band Participation as Self-Reported by Selected New Horizons Band Members” in The Bulletin for the Council of Research in Music Education (187), 65-84.
- Jutras, P. (2009). The benefits of adult music study. American Music Teacher (59) 2, 21-22.
- Jutras, P. (2009). How do you teach polyrhythms? Relationships and independence. Clavier Companion (1) 1, 40-43.
- Jutras, P. (2007). 21st century piano lessons – keeping a broadband (always on) connection with our students’ technological world. The Georgia Music News, (68) 1.
- Jutras, P. (2006). The benefits of adult piano study: As self-reported by selected adult piano students. The Journal of Research in Music Education (54) 2, 97-110.
- Jutras, P. (2002). What benefits do adult piano students report receiving from their piano study? Keyboard Companion (13) 4.
- Jutras, P. (1997). “Secret Agent” Piano solo published in the Hal Leonard Student Piano Library, Piano Solos Book 4.
- Jutras, P. (2003). The benefits of adult piano study: As self-reported by selected adult piano students. (Doctoral dissertation, The University of North Texas, 2003). UMI No. 3095363.
In addition to the listings above, you can read Pete’s writings in the Editor’s Columns of each issue of Keyboard Companion and Clavier Companion from 2007 to the present.