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Volume 38, Number 12 (December 1920), James Francis Cooke Dec 1920

Volume 38, Number 12 (December 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Self Study in the Art of Singing (interview with Mme. Amelita Galli-Gurci)

Harsh Chords in the Bass and What To Do With Them

Rubinstein, Master of Tone

Environment and the Child's Musical Life

Ten-Toned Scales

Harmonious Blacksmith

Revolutionary Etude: A Christmas Story of Music and the Great Unrest

Getting Results in Pianoforte Study

Doing too Much for Students

Like Flying to a Bird

Schubert and Schubart

Bringing Out the Master's Meaning

Some Interesting Things to Know About Playing Scales, Chords and Arpeggios

Marking Accidentals

Apple-pie-ano

Christmas Festival of Peace, Music and Good Cheer

Practical Exercises in Weight Playing ...


Volume 38, Number 11 (November 1920), James Francis Cooke Nov 1920

Volume 38, Number 11 (November 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

From Liszt to Leschetizky: Forty Years with Great Pianists

Unmusical Fugue

Chart for Remembering Key Signatures

Music and the Home

Practical Exercises in Modern Phrasing

Tonal Perception

Don't Be Fooled by Applause

How Can I Study the Art of Instrumentation?

Preparedness: The Secret of Speed

Getting Results in Pianoforte Study: Some Modern Ways of Reaching the Goal Through New Artistic Means

Musical Misnomers

Lessons We Dread

Early Hours for Practice

Passing on the Credit

Some Tricky Musical Signs, Ties, Slurs and Accidentals

Planning Practice to Get Best Results

Why are Sharps Harder than Flats

Effective Finger Exercises

Fingers versus ...


Volume 38, Number 10 (October 1920), James Francis Cooke Oct 1920

Volume 38, Number 10 (October 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Soul of the American Indian

Keyboard Masters of Other Years

Does Your Piano Need a Scavenger?

Light Touch

American Indian's Music Idealized

Great Possibilities of American Music Clubs

Places That Don't Sound Right and What to Do With Them

Shall I Take Up Music as a Profession?

Be Generous with Praise

Impressions of Indian Music as Heard in the Woods, Prairies, Mountains and Wigwams

Passing of Carlos Troyer, Musician and Explorer: Famous Friend of the Indians and the Notable Work He Accomplished

Interesting Facts About the Indians

Indian Musicians in the Modern World

Lieurance Program

Collectors of ...


Volume 38, Number 09 (September 1920), James Francis Cooke Sep 1920

Volume 38, Number 09 (September 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Hold Your Audience

Injured Right Hand a Blessing

Playing in the Right Octave

How to Make Your Practice Time Less Tedious

Music Composition as a Field for Women (interview with Carrie Jacobs-Bond)

Why Underpay the Music Teacher?

Early Fall Recital

Does Your Pupil Know What Music to Bring to the First Fall Lesson?

Painless Musical Bookkeeping

Opening Gun of the Teaching Season: What a Teacher Must Do to Insure a Prompt Start and a Full Class

Gradual Hand Stretching Exercise

All About Variations

Some Hints on Modern Fingering

Ultra-Modern Music Explained: Unusual Futurist Harmony and Form Discussed

Remembering ...


Volume 38, Number 08 (August 1920), James Francis Cooke Aug 1920

Volume 38, Number 08 (August 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Three Touches Employed in Melody Playing

How to Create New Teaching Business

Direct Method in Music Study

Basis of Success in Music Reading

Fighting Fate to Triumph

Never Too Late

To Parents—Don't Give Up Your Music

To the Pupil Without a Teacher

School and Studio: Studies in the Cirriculum of the Public School Which Compare with Musical Studies

Practical Aspects of Modern Pianoforte Study (interview with M. Alfred Cortot)

Accenting Compound Measures

By-Product of Counting Aloud

Passing Notes

How Much Do You Practice?

More Advanced Technical Exercises and the Relation of Technical Exercises to Studies

Starting Them In ...


Volume 38, Number 07 (July 1920), James Francis Cooke Jul 1920

Volume 38, Number 07 (July 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Know How in the Art of Singing (interview with Mary Garden)

Summer Activities of the Music Teacher

Music and Mechanics

Why Use the Letter C in 4/4 Time?

What Every Piano Student Should Know About Pedaling

Technic or No Technic? Which?

Best Remedy I Have Ever Found for Nervousness in Public Performance

Secrets of the Success of Great Musicians

Good Beginning

Memories of Rubinstein and Liszt

Why Go to Pieces?

Make Your Left Hand Intelligent

Musical Patriotism

Strengthening the Weaker Digits

Where Does Father Come In?

Helpful Hints on Arpeggio Fingering

Illustration and Story in Piano Teaching

That Loud ...


Volume 38, Number 06 (June 1920), James Francis Cooke Jun 1920

Volume 38, Number 06 (June 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What Must I Go Through to Become a Prima Donna? (interview with Geraldine Farrar)

More Income for Music Teachers: How and Why One Teacher Made Good at an Increased Price

Count the Cost

Musical Genius Everywhere

Child's First Piano Lesson

How to Get Your First Pupils

Compelling Force in Musical Success (interview with Alberto Jonás)

What Shall I Teach?

Most Simple Way of Teaching Lines and Spaces

Scale Maxims

Hint on Memorizing

New Pianistic Beauties Through New Pedal Effects

Did You Say You Couldn't Memorize Music? Read This!

Taking American Music Seriously

Temperature and Practice

Let the Light ...


Volume 38, Number 05 (May 1920), James Francis Cooke May 1920

Volume 38, Number 05 (May 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

New Tendencies in Pianistic Art (interview with Benno Moiseiwitsch)

Note on Interpretation

How to Write Characteristic Music

Some Big Thoughts from a Great Writer

Slow Scales

Don't be Fooled by Fake Memory Systems

Technic versus Interpretation in Piano Study

Those Tiresome Five-Finger Exercises!

Teaching in the Language of Do

What Do You Mean by Musical Expression?

Well-tuned Piano

Start the Fashion of Punctuality

How the Great Masters Practiced

Interest at the Very Beginning

Dictating Music

Mystery of Genius

New Pianistic Beauties by New Pedal Effects

Tone-Deaf Pupils

Will Ragtime Turn to Symphonic Poems (interview with Major Rupert Hughes)

Some ...


Volume 38, Number 04 (April 1920), James Francis Cooke Apr 1920

Volume 38, Number 04 (April 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music for the Man of To-day (interview with Rupert Hughes)

Don't Be Discouraged

Need for Wrist Freedom

Psychic Influence in Modern Music

Slow Practice the First Step on the Road to Virtuosity

Romance of a Famous Song: Judge Galloway's The Gypsy Trail

Recipes for Profitable Practice

Piano Playing of To-day

Temperament, Technic and Tact in Accompanying

Some Important Facts About Studying Real Composition

Introducing Yourself to the Pupil

Scales in Four Octaves

Getting the Most from Technical Exercises

Hateful Half Hour' Practice and Some Ways of Overcoming It

How Some Composers Compose

Attention as a Factor in Piano ...


Volume 38, Number 03 (March 1920), James Francis Cooke Mar 1920

Volume 38, Number 03 (March 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Aftermath of the Great War (interview with Walter Damrosch)

Catchy Fourth

Getting Ahead in Music

Method versus Methods: A Practical Talk to Teachers from a Renowned European Pedagog

Murdering Your New Piece

Secrets of the Success of Great Musicians

Secret of a Good Musical Memory: Successive Steps in Acquiring the Art of Remembering Music

Piano Teacher's Best Advancement

Home-Made Metronome

Classic Piano Playing from Beethoven to the Modern

Hints for Your Repertoire

Ill-Founded Conclusion Concerning the Great Mozart

Every Music Student Should Learn How to Accompany

Right Kind of Musical History

Do You Want a Flexible Wrist?

What ...


Volume 38, Number 02 (February 1920), James Francis Cooke Feb 1920

Volume 38, Number 02 (February 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Notable Group of American Musical Educators

Etudes of Chopin and How They Ought to be Practiced

Multiple Rhythm

Indispensables in Pianistic Success

Some Errors and How I Corrected Them

What is Shape in Music

All Sorts and Conditions of Pupils

Is Playing by Ear Harmful? Play What You See, See What You Play; Play What you Hear, Hear What You Play; See What You Hear, Hear What You See

Key Relationship and Key Signatures

Hearing Wrong Fingering

Secrets of the Success of Great Musicians

High-Grade Concerts in a Small Town

Gather Memories! The True Story of a Musician Who Did ...


Volume 38, Number 01 (January 1920), James Francis Cooke Jan 1920

Volume 38, Number 01 (January 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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