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Volume 27, Number 12 (December 1909), James Francis Cooke Dec 1909

Volume 27, Number 12 (December 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mendelssohn and Schumann: Personal Recollections of Them as Teachers

Self-Control in Music

Christmas Stories for the Musician's Fireside Reading

Individuality in Piano Playing (interview with Teresa Carreño)

Who the Troubadours Were and What They Did

Etude Gallery of Musical Celebrities

How to Preserve These Portrait-Biographies

How to Study the Trill

Why Some Artists Fail to Win Public Favor

Observations of the Moment

Story of the March

Wonderful Virtuosos of the Thirties and Forties

Helping the Dull Pupil

Mozart the True Type of Genius

Helping the Dull Pupil

Friends of Schubert

When is Music Classical?

Bach the Master of Masters ...


Volume 27, Number 11 (November 1909), James Francis Cooke Nov 1909

Volume 27, Number 11 (November 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Educational Influence of the Opera

On Memorizing Piano Music

Story of the Polonaise

What the Early Church Did for Music

Chopin as Extemporizer

Learning the Bass Clef Notes

How to Expand the Hand Without Injury

Short, Practical Lessons in Theory—The Dominant Seventh Chord

Teacher's Success Depends Upon the Pupil's Success

Mr. George A. Burdett's Work as a Composer

Why Hugo Wolf Failed as a Teacher

Some Fundamental Principles of Advertising for the Musician

Care of the Pianoforte in the Home

How to Form a Musical Library


Volume 27, Number 10 (October 1909), James Francis Cooke Oct 1909

Volume 27, Number 10 (October 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Their Obstaclesnd How They Overcame Them: Difficulties That Have Beset the Paths of the Foremost Masters and the Way in Which They Fought and Triumphed

How Music Began

Nervousness—How and When to Prevent It

Analysis of Beethoven Sonata, Opus 14, No. 2, First Movement

Inspiration of Bach's Piano Music

Mendelssohn's Compositions

Grieg at the Keyboard

How to Conduct Pupils' Musicales: Some Practical Hints Regarding the Students' Recital Gleaned from Practical Experience

How the Staccato Touch Broadens Technic

Schumann on Liszt's Playing

Peculiarities of Hungarian Music

Correcting Mistakes at the Lesson

Determining the Lesson Price


Volume 27, Number 09 (September 1909), James Francis Cooke Sep 1909

Volume 27, Number 09 (September 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Digest of Musical Opinion in Europe

Timely Hints to Parents of Musical Children

Social Position of Some of the Great Composers

How to Select Teaching Pieces

How to Retain the Boy's Interest in Music

How to Study Some Noted Mendelssohn Compositions

Unnecessary Motions

Making of a Music Class

Influence of the Reading of Music on the Eye

Commencing Music in Infancy

Making Pupils Practice

Who's Who Among Women Pianists and Violinists

How Rossini Played


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 07 (July 1909), James Francis Cooke Jul 1909

Volume 27, Number 07 (July 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Art of the Coloratura Soprano

Woman's Opportunity in Music (symposium)

Famous Women in Musical History

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

Successful Memorizing: Some Remarkable Experiments in Memory

What Six Months with Czerny's Studies Did

Who's Who Among Famous Women Musicians

American Woman Pianist of To-day and Yesterday: An Entertaining Account of the Remarkable Advance in Piano Playing Made by the Women of Our Country During the Last Century

Vacation Study Without a Piano

Edward Grieg ...


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 05 (May 1909), James Francis Cooke May 1909

Volume 27, Number 05 (May 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Wagner and Verdi: The Great Masters of Modern Opera

Garcia the Wonderful: The Story of the Teacher of Jenny Lind

How American Students Differ from European Students

Ten Practice Rules by Robert Schumann

What the Masters Thought of Dance Music

Origin of the Sonata

Fitting the Hand to the Keyboard

Music's Great Debt to Poetry

Short Autobiography of Eduard Schutt

Leschetizky on Piano Playing (interview with Theodor Leschetizky)

How You Might Start Your Teaching Business: Some Practical Letters to a Young Teacher

Study of Sixteenth Notes

Short Practical Lessons in Theory

Some Teaching Principles of Dr. Mason

Pedalling

Needs ...


Volume 27, Number 04 (April 1909), James Francis Cooke Apr 1909

Volume 27, Number 04 (April 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

At the Grave of Beethoven

What Musical Europe is Thinking and Doing

How Fortunes Are Wasted on a Vocal Education (interview with Marcella Sembrich)

Theodore Leschetizsky on Modern Pianoforte Study (interview with Theodore Leschetizsky)

Story of the Waltz: How the Most Fascinating of Dances Has Influenced the Great Composers

Lessons from the Life of Beethoven

How to Study a New Piece (interview with Schelling, Ernest)

Story of Musical Prodigies: How Some Very Remarkable Children Have Afterwards Become Great Musicians and How Others Have Been Injured by Excessive Work in Their Childhood

Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata: Balestrieri's Famous Painting Described ...


Volume 27, Number 03 (March 1909), James Francis Cooke Mar 1909

Volume 27, Number 03 (March 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What Musical Europe is Thinking and Doing

Touch—the Great Essential (interview with M. Ossip Gabrilowitsch)

How to Cultivate Sight-Reading

Sub-conscious Mind in Piano Playing

Musical Europe of Yesterday and Musical America of To-day: Reflections Upon the Study of Music and Pianoforte Playing as Taught in Europe Twenty-Five Years Ago and as Taught in America Now

Scarlatti's Unique Fingering

Interesting Stories of Chopin's Career

Chopin's Taste in Music

Mathematics of Melody

How Music Brightens the Home

Bellini, the Genius of Stricken Sicily

Easy Way to Teach Musical History

Conquering of Fear

Use of the Sound Reproducing Machine ...


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


Lesson Book: Harmony, Protheroe Daniel Jan 1909

Lesson Book: Harmony, Protheroe Daniel

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: Harmony, number 76 through 100


Lesson Book: Singing, Crampton George Jan 1909

Lesson Book: Singing, Crampton George

Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music

A Music Lesson Book for the correspondence courses offered through the Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music.
Lessons: Singing, number 51 through 75


Volume 27, Number 01 (January 1909), James Francis Cooke Jan 1909

Volume 27, Number 01 (January 1909), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mendelssohn, The Man and the Musician

Franz Liszt on the Chopin Mazurka

Mendelssohn the Fortunate

Songs Without Words

Raising Your Income

Home Life of Mendelssohn

Grown-up Beginner

Advantage of Etudes

Napoleon's Great Love for Music

Mendelssohn, The Poet of Symmetry and Grace

Interesting Stories of Mendelssohn

Important Events in the Life of Mendelssohn

Personal Reminiscence of Mendelssohn

Interesting Extracts from Mendelssohn's Letters

Present Position of Mendelssohn's Music

Mendelssohn's Piano Compositions and Their Availability for the Teacher

Origin of the Waltz

Training of a Concert Pianist

How Helen Keller Enjoys Music

Liszt on the Musical Trinity

Told ...