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Volume 36, Number 04 (April 1918), James Francis Cooke Apr 1918

Volume 36, Number 04 (April 1918), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Their Ancestry

How Long is the Life of a Piano?

Price of Success

How to Locate the Keys by Touch

Spirit of the Masters: Preparing for the Study of Bach, Haydn and Mozart

Time and Rhythm

Fun in Music

Are You Musically Educated?

Questionnaire for the Average Music Teacher of the Average Child

All About Accent

Different Types of Song Accompaniment

Emotional Effect Through Rhythm and Phrasing

Open Door to Opera

Value of Finger Staccato

Musicians Short Folk

Why Some Music Lessons are Dull

What to Do When You Cannot Secure A Good Teacher: Self Help Hints for Active Music ...


Volume 36, Number 01 (January 1918), James Francis Cooke Jan 1918

Volume 36, Number 01 (January 1918), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

American Folk Music: A Negligible Quantity

Beethoven's Advice to a Piano Teacher

New Year Advice from Famous Pianists: Study Epigrams of the Foremost Present Day Virtuosos Selected for this Issue

Too Much Preparation

Well Tempered

Every Teacher's New Year Resolution

Work Out Your Own Salvation

Legato Playing with Pedal and Without

Case Against Don’ts

Beauties in the Music of the American Indian (interview with Thurlow Lieurance)

Little Thinking Machines

Where the Left Hand Ends and the Right Hand Begins

What is Elasticity in Piano Playing?

Greatest Shortcomings of the Average Student

Is Slow Practice Overdone?

Helpful Routine ...


Volume 35, Number 12 (December 1917), James Francis Cooke Dec 1917

Volume 35, Number 12 (December 1917), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Automatic Faculty in Piano Playing

How to Attain Freedom of the Fingers

Mass of Christ

Footlight Fear and Fever

Important Steps in the Educational Work of an Opera Singer

Three Measure Rhythm

Christmas Carols

Reading Detached Chords

Are the Black Keys Poisonous to the Thumb?

Time to Rest and a Time to Grow

Musical Reputations and How They are Achieved

Is Compulsory Music Study Advisable?

Successful Study of Octaves

Can You Pass This Normal Test?

Some Pianos I Have Known

Practice Individual Tones in a Chord

Beethoven's Characteristics as a Pianist

How to Study Two Against Three

Pianographs

Hints ...


Volume 35, Number 08 (August 1917), James Francis Cooke Aug 1917

Volume 35, Number 08 (August 1917), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Real Accomplishments

Simple Cure for Stage-Fright

How to Regain Your Technic

Paths to an American National School of Music (interview with Reginald de Koven)507

Bracelet of Fifths

Getting the Most from Five-finger Exercises

Sharp Major Scale Signature

How the Masters Sought Humor in Music

Echo Exercise

Spasmodic Performance

Up-to-Date Points from an Up-to-Date Teacher

How Can We Do Our Bit?

New Material and New Methods in Musical Composition

Non Plus Ultra

Playing Close to the Keys Versus the High Finger Stroke

Teresa Carreño (obituary)

High School Credits in Texas

How Shall I Play Phrases Properly?—With Special Illustrations Taken ...


Volume 35, Number 03 (March 1917), James Francis Cooke Mar 1917

Volume 35, Number 03 (March 1917), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Vital Phases of Piano Technic

Justice for the Teacher

What the Musician Must Do To Conserve Good Health

Efficient Practice

Too Much Theory

Difficult Pronunciations

Spirit and Technic of the Pianoforte Pedals

Tolstoi Throws a Bomb into Art and Music: The Arch-Iconoclast of Russia Severly Criticises Some Modern Musical and Artistic Conventions

Some Facts About Russian Church Music

Learning the Key Signatures

Some Obstacles in the Way of Standardization

Early French, Italian and German Composers of Interest to Present-day Pianists

Etude Master Study Page: A Group of Modern Masters

Composer, A Powerful and Fascinating Romance of Modern Musical Life

Ranz ...


Volume 34, Number 09 (September 1916), James Francis Cooke Sep 1916

Volume 34, Number 09 (September 1916), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Stephen Foster's Versatility and Industry

Talking Too Much

Some Musical Signposts

Personal Recollections of the Last Days of Stephen Foster

Intimate View of Stephen Foster

Sense of Rhythm

Intelligent Training of the Thumb

Find the Shortest, Quickest and Easiest Way to Do Things

Spurring Up a Slow Pupil

Stephen C. Foster's Romantic Career

Music's Written Language

How to Show Pupils the Advantages of Slow Practice

Compounded Measures

Popularizing Good Music

Some Curious Musical Instruments Used by Savage Tribes

Beauty and Originality in Haydn's Pianoforte Sonatas

Generosity of Franz Liszt

Two Great Musical Innovators, Liszt and Paganini ...


Volume 33, Number 08 (August 1915), James Francis Cooke Aug 1915

Volume 33, Number 08 (August 1915), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What the Great War Will Mean to Music in America

Doing Away with the Useless in Piano Playing

How to Get Established in a New Town

Are Teachers Careless in Details?

Easy Scale Memorizing

Music Teaching and Common Sense

Interesting Musical Facts

Musical Tendencies which Must be Observed

Remedies for Musical People Who Are Nervous (interview with Alberto Jonás)

Saint-Saëns on Gounod's Faust

Must the Teacher Also be a Fine Pianist?

Music a Human Necessity in Modern Life

Why Memorizing is Always Desirable

From the Professor's Standpoint

Passing of a Great Pianist

Studying Tone Values in Piano Playing ...


Lesson Book: Public School Music, Clark E. Frances Jan 1912

Lesson Book: Public School Music, Clark E. Frances

Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music

A Music Lesson Book for the correspondence courses offered through the Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music.
Lessons and Examinations: Public School Music, number 76 through 100


Volume 28, Number 10 (October 1910), James Francis Cooke Oct 1910

Volume 28, Number 10 (October 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music the American People Demand (interview with John Philip Sousa)

Scharwenka on Listening to One's Playing

Failure of Gounod's Faust

Heredity and Music: Remarkable Instances of the Manner in Which Musical Talent Has been Communicated from One Generation to Another

Some Great Virtuosos of the Present Day

Clara Schumann on Ear Training

Talk with Svendsen

Preparing the Hands for Advanced Pianoforte Study

Better Understanding of the Double Bar

Vital Defects of Most Pianists

Some Distinctions in Musical Terms


Volume 28, Number 06 (June 1910), James Francis Cooke Jun 1910

Volume 28, Number 06 (June 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Spirit of Life in Music—Rhythm

Real Musical Interest in the Czerny Studies

Pianist and the Tuner

Balfe's Opera The Bohemian Girl

Famous German Conservatories: The Conservatories of Southern Germany

Analysis of Teaching Material: The Rondo Form

Some Sign-Posts on the Road to Success in Music Study

What is Expected of the Student in the German Music School

History and Uses of the Metronome

Finger-Habit in Memorizing


Volume 28, Number 04 (April 1910), James Francis Cooke Apr 1910

Volume 28, Number 04 (April 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Faults Americans Must Correct (symposium)

How Tschaikowski Spent His Days

Neglected Details in Pianoforte Study (interview with Ferruccio Benvenuto Busoni)

Personal Glimpses of Moszkowski as a Teacher

Weber's Description of Beethoven

Some Familiar Teaching Pieces by Franz Liszt

To the Young Musician Who Would Compose (interview with Liza Lehmann)

Mendelssohn at Work

Diatonic Scale in the Works of the Masters

How Helen Keller Appreciates Music

Common Mistakes in Tempo and Rhythm

What Early England Gave to Music

How to Enjoy a Symphony

Plain Talk on Starting a Teaching Business

Tschaikowski and Rubinstein


Volume 27, Number 08 (August 1909), James Francis Cooke Aug 1909

Volume 27, Number 08 (August 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Teaching the Child How to Think

Sight Reading and Memorizing

Gounod and Mendelssohn

Haydn's Picturesque Personality

Women's Opportunity in Music (symposium)

Influence of the Amateur in Music: Non-Professional Music-Workers Who Have Made Important Contributions to the Art

Music After Marriage and Motherhood: Opinions of Some of the Most Famous Living Women Musicians Upon the Problem of Keeping Up Musical Work Without Neglecting the Home

Strengthening the Hands

Study Lighter Music in the Summertime

How Beethoven Wrote His Opera Fidelio

Tact in Correcting Mistakes

Popular Error About the Liszt Rhapsodies

Judging Pianos

Forcing Children to Learn Music

Avoid Dull ...


Volume 27, Number 06 (June 1909), James Francis Cooke Jun 1909

Volume 27, Number 06 (June 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Study a New Piece: Suggestions for Cultivating Strength and Endurance Without Running the Risk of Injuring the Hands in Octave Playing

Schumann and Chopin

Recollections of Franz Liszt

How to Use the Etude Gallery

Carl Czerny: A Short Review of the Life and Work of the Teacher of Liszt and Leschetizky

Cheap Teachers Always Expensive

Von Bülow's Memory

How Verdi Entered the Musical Profession

Chronological Sketch of Joseph Haydn's Life

Card System as a Music Teacher's Aid

Why Class Teaching Sometimes Fails

Securing a Desirable Teaching Location

Story of Ballestrieri's Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata


Volume 27, Number 02 (February 1909), James Francis Cooke Feb 1909

Volume 27, Number 02 (February 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Review of European Musical Articles

Masters and Their Methods

Mozart's Lack of Commercial Instinct

On the Quantity of Work to be Given a Pupil

Rossini's Remarkable Industry

Opportunities for Young Oratorio Singers

Useless Musical Exercises

Robert Schumann's Carnaval

Optimism in Teaching

What is an Ear for Music?

How Mendelssohn Wrote a Famous Work

Beethoven's Woodland Walks

Young Artist's Treasure Box: Aphorisms by Poets, Philosophers and Artists


Volume 26, Number 06 (June 1908), James Francis Cooke Jun 1908

Volume 26, Number 06 (June 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Child Who Can't

Some Eccentricities of Musical Genius

Self-Made Masters in Music: How Schubert, Haydn, Raff, Wagner, Elgar and Others Taught Themselves—Practical Advice for Students Who are Forced to Carve Out Their Own Careers Without the Assistance of a Teacher

How Public School Music Should Help the Private Music Teacher

Should Music be Studied by High School Pupils?

Is the Piano a Disadvantage in Early Musical Education? A Symposium Upon a Vital Subject by Many Well-Known Teachers and Artists

How Correct Accenting Helps the Student

Making the Summer Profitable: Opinions of Practical Teachers upon Rest and Study in ...


Volume 24, Number 06 (June 1906), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1906

Volume 24, Number 06 (June 1906), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making of an Artist: The Views of Alfred Reisenauer

Louis Köhler

Köhler's Technical Scheme

What is American Music?

Gluck and Lavater: How the Great Physiognomist Predicted the Composer's Career

Qualities of the Pianistic Hand

Notes on Rubinstein's Teaching

Handling of Piano Technic for Very Young Children

Study Value of the Pedal

Isadora Duncan and Her School for Classic Dancing

Studies in Prejudice: A Phase of Modern Art

Care to Practice, Then Careful Practice


Volume 24, Number 01 (January 1906), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1906

Volume 24, Number 01 (January 1906), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

George Frederick Handel: The Making of Great Man in Music

Handel's Place in Musical History

Instrumental Music of Handel

Handel's Oratorios To-day

Handel Miscellany

Longevity of Musical Compositions

Vincent d'Indy

Two Ways of Teaching the Piano

Music Teaching and General Education

Practical Ideas Applied to the Teaching of Children

Story of the Water Music


Volume 23, Number 01 (January 1905), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1905

Volume 23, Number 01 (January 1905), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Fréderic François Chopin (Biographical Sketch)

Appreciation of Chopin: His Works Embody All Technical Forms

Chopin the Revolutionaire

Chopin the Teacher

Chopin the Man

Chopin the Poet of the Pianoforte

True Genius of Pianoforte Music: Exemplified in Chopin's Works

Making up a Chopin Program

Quality of Chopin's Genius

Musical Rhythm and Rhythmic Playing


Volume 20, Number 04 (April 1902), Winton J. Baltzell Apr 1902

Volume 20, Number 04 (April 1902), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Three English Women Composers

Young Man in Music

Criticism of J.S. Bach by a Contemporary

Graduate Recitals: The What and the How

Habit of Counting Correctly

On Instruction in First and Second Grades

Training of Music Teachers

Economy for the Advanced Student and the Teacher

Value of Writing Down One's Impressions

Initial Difficulties in the Student's Work

Intellectual Requirements of the Music-Student

Curving the Fingers


Volume 19, Number 03 (March 1901), Winton J. Baltzell Mar 1901

Volume 19, Number 03 (March 1901), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Socieites in Smaller Towns

Rules for Young Composers

How I Teach Piano

As to Tradition in Music

Industry of Genius

False Alarm

Qualities of a Superior Pianist

Making the Most of It

Self-Control

Fable for Graduates

Ear-Training

How to Manage a Teacher

Way to Make the American People Musical

Successful Teacher

Purposeful Doing

Ludwig Schytte

Technical Practice

Pseudonyms of Musicians

Genuine Enthusiasm in Teaching

Some Elements in a Musical Education

Habit in its Relation to Student Life

Old Industries

Law of Student Life

Faults of American Students


Volume 18, Number 11 (November 1900), Winton J. Baltzell Nov 1900

Volume 18, Number 11 (November 1900), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Slow Practice

Difference in Fractions

Teaching: Its Purpose and Its Influence upon Music at Large

Ideas for Teaching Children

True Basis of Teaching

Playing or Non-Playing Teachers

Mental Attitude of Teacher and Pupil

Letter to a Young Composer

Primary Teaching, Part 2

How to Begin the Study of Bach

Teacher's Fertility

Home-Circle Critics

Some Points of Success

Talking Lessons Not All

Rapid Memorization of Key Signatures

Art of Holding Pupils

Look up to Bach


Volume 17, Number 03 (March 1899), Winton J. Baltzell Mar 1899

Volume 17, Number 03 (March 1899), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Loving-Cup to Dr. Mason

What a Composition Means

Education and Its Demands Upon the Modern Teacher

People to Cultivate

Training of the Ear

Popularity of Vocal Over Instrumental Music

Common-Sense Chat

Good Teacher Versus Good Player

Transformation of a Genius from a Musician's Diary

Opposition to the Violin for Girls

How to Get People to Attend Pupils' Recitals

Teaching as a Specialty

Status of Music-Study in America

Rubinstein's Theory of Practice

Curved Thumb

How to Treat Pupils Who Have Previously Studied with Another Teacher (Symposium)

Matter of Temperament

On Special Editings and Annotations

Some Salient Points in Leschetitzky ...


Volume 16, Number 09 (September 1898), Winton J. Baltzell Sep 1898

Volume 16, Number 09 (September 1898), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

John Comfort Fillmore (obit)

Frivolous Pupils

Scherzoso

Capacity for Teaching

Musical Taste

Why?

Minor Scales

Conservatory the Public School of Music

Twelve Business Maxims

New Teaching Season

How to Buy a Piano

Reading at Sight vs. Artistic Playihg

Mechanical Aids to Piano Study

Another Teaching Ability

Modernizing Classics

How to Understand Music

Parental Interference

Value and Practice of Advertising Among Professional Musicians

Pedalmania

Time Brings Changes

Teaching the First Piece

Anton Rubinstein

Rubinstein as I Knew Him

On Selecting a Teacher

Introspect

Principles of Musical Pedagogy

Self-Criticism

True Music Teachers vs. Pin-Money-Makers

Charlatanism in Music

Aimlessness Among Musicians

Inspiration

Song ...


Volume 16, Number 08 (August 1898), Winton J. Baltzell Aug 1898

Volume 16, Number 08 (August 1898), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Cultivate the Love of Nature

The Subjective Player

Music and Progressiveness

Rusting and Rusticity

Culture: A Suggestion for Summer

The Teacher Not Everything

Pioneer American Pianist: Gottschalk—His Work, Artistic Standing, and Financial Circumstances; A Statement as to His Poverty Corrected

Letter from Sousa

Value and Practice of Advertising Among Professional Musicians

Professional Courtesy

Environment as an Educational Factor

Encores

Individuality in Art

Teaching a Necessity

Present and Abiding Duty for the Music Teachers

Rhythm the Basis of Melody

Gladstone's Interest in Music

Prize Medal System

Two Schools of Organ Playing

How to Make Music Studios Attractive

Studio Experiences ...


Volume 16, Number 02 (February 1898), Winton J. Baltzell Feb 1898

Volume 16, Number 02 (February 1898), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Make a Living

American Student

Principles of Musical Pedagogy

Life of a Pianoforte—How to Preserve It

Musical Listener

Children and Music

Music Teacher Analyzed

Thumb

How a Composer Works

Stumbling Blocks

In My Easy Chair

Romantic Side of Bach

How to Work up Concerts in the Smaller Cities

Mental Technic: A Suggestion

Key-Character a Fallacy

Ear Training

Advantages for Music Students in Various European Centers

Pen Picture

Crime Against Art

Open Your Eyes

How to Maintain Pupils' Interest

Happy Medium

Old Italian Method

Study of Musical Literature

Listening Well

Professional Code


Volume 12, Number 03 (March 1894), Theodore Presser Mar 1894

Volume 12, Number 03 (March 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dvorak's Lessons

Truth

To Practice a Song

Piano Playing Can't Be Stopped

Von Bülow Dies

Summer School in Prospect

Read! Read! Read!

Questions about Scales

Shall All Children Learn Music

Concise Chronological History of the Chief Musicians and Musical events from A.D. 1380-1885

I've Hear Him Once

Musical Pharisees

Some Errors as We Find Them in Pupils

Failure in Music

Why Woman Cannot Compose

Looking Backward

Puff Direct

Missed Lesson

Pupils [from] the Teacher's Standpoint

Quality, Rather than Quantity

Regarding Certain Pianists

Shall We Teach Cause or Effect?

Presumptuous Sins

Art and Money

Mozart on ...


Volume 11, Number 06 (June 1893), Theodore Presser Jun 1893

Volume 11, Number 06 (June 1893), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Ear Training

Method

Heart, Brains, and Fingers

Liszt and Contemporary Composers

Some Deductions from Paderewski's Playing

Ladies' Piano Club

Reading Music Mentally

Beethoven

Congress of the American College of Musicians

Wasted Piano Practice

Pedal

Popular Outline of Musical Literature

Music Teacher's Duty From the Standpoint of an Intelligent Pupil

Exercise in Counting Intervals

On Thorough and Artistic Study

Scale-Playing

Collateral Reading


Volume 10, Number 02 (February 1892), Theodore Presser Feb 1892

Volume 10, Number 02 (February 1892), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What is Romantic Music?

Secret of Rapid Progress

Four-Hands Playing

Requisites for Voice Teachers

Value of Analysis for Pupils

One of a Music Teacher's Perplexities

Some Useful Pieces

Pen and Pencil Sketch of Beethoven

What is Musical Life?

Home Influence Upon the Pupil's Progress

Study of Rhythm

Faults and Their Remedies

University Extension, for the Systematic Home-Study of Music

Varieties of Legato Touch

How to Learn a Piece

How to Study—How to Tecah

Musical Analysis and Phrasing

European Conservatory in St. Louis


Volume 09, Number 07 (July 1891), Theodore Presser Jul 1891

Volume 09, Number 07 (July 1891), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Diversity of Taste

Professional Versus Amateur Music Teachers: Or Low Tuition Fees and How to Raise Them

Piano-Forte Teaching

Life-Rests

Elegant Design For a Piano Cover

Minnie Hauk's Music Lesson

Education of Pianists

Careless Beginners

Committing Music to Memory

Paying the Price

Melody and Pedantry

Expression and Its Conditions

Music as a Bread Winner for Girls

Man Created Music


Volume 07, Number 02 (February 1889), Theodore Presser Feb 1889

Volume 07, Number 02 (February 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Individuality in Pupils

Herr Moriz Rosenthal, Pianist

Traumeri

Course of Study for the Pianoforte

Current Phases of Piano Teaching

Leading Thoughts

Fingering in History

Estimation of the Musical Profession by College Presidents

Certain Educational Aspects of Technical Development

Reforms in Music Teaching