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Volume 46, Number 12 (December 1928), James Francis Cooke Dec 1928

Volume 46, Number 12 (December 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Don't Make Counting a Bugbear

Tuning Forks and Canary Birds

Question and Answer Department

Music of Christmas Dawn

World's Tribute to Franz Schubert (pictures)

World Bows in Homage of Franz Schubert: A Graphic Word Picture of the Great Schubert Festival at Vienna

Studio Slogan

Essence of Opera or Almanzor and Imogen, An Opera in Three Acts

How to Play Repeats

Musicians—Painting

Why a Conductor?: Some Hints to the Layman

Teaching the Triads

Style in Singing

Master Themes the World Loves Best

Evolution of Piano Playing and Virtuosity, Part 6

Maintaining Concentration in Practice

Milan, the Shrine of ...


Volume 46, Number 11 (November 1928), James Francis Cooke Nov 1928

Volume 46, Number 11 (November 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Revolution in American Musical Education

Milan, the Shrine of the Opera

Johann Sebastian Bach (Etching)

Master Themes the World Loves Best

Antidotes for Unnecessary Platform Fear

Race and Nation in Music

Scale Writing Drill for Young Pupils

Egyptian Music: Sonds of the Ancient Land of Mystery

First Year Ear Training


Volume 46, Number 10 (October 1928), James Francis Cooke Oct 1928

Volume 46, Number 10 (October 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mastering Irregular Rhythms

Page Turning for the Pianist

Two Centers in Piano Playing

Simplifying Note Reading

Young Beginner

Musical Home Reading Table

Eighteenth Century Italian Opera

Clara Schumann's Hands

Beethoven's Mother

Music in the City of Flowers

System in Study and Practice

Gounod's Definition

Veronese's Immortal Masterpice—Les Noces de Cana (The Marriage at Cana)

Story of the Ballet and Its Music

Schumann as Educator

Most Curious Page in American Musical History: An Early American Experiment in Communism with a Musical Background

Prerequisites for the Accompanist

Rhythmic Educational Value of the Toy Symphony

How to Get ...


Volume 46, Number 09 (September 1928), James Francis Cooke Sep 1928

Volume 46, Number 09 (September 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Teaching Correct Pedaling

Incredible Mental Achievement

Music in the City of Flowers

Improve Your Stretch

Keyboard Facility and Agility

How to Extend Your Hand Without Injury

Beethoven Listening to the Muses—An Etching

Folk Element in Music: The Study of Nationality in Music

Cross Rhythm

Teaching the Use of the Pedal

Master Themes the World Loves Best

Most Amazing Achievement in the History of Music Study: The Remarkable Story of a Student Who Has Been Blind


Volume 46, Number 08 (August 1928), James Francis Cooke Aug 1928

Volume 46, Number 08 (August 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Means to an End

Band Without Music

Musical Education in the Home

Most Remarkable Orchestra in the World

Stiumulating the Desire to Compose

Modulation and Transposition

Raising the Price Imperceptibly

Touch It Up

Meet My Friend, Mr. Schubert!

Facsimile The Erlking

Summer Music Study

Rhythmic Educational Value of The Toy Symphony

How to Give a Rhythmic Kitchen Symphony

Rhythmic Studies in Rests

Tests that Turn Teaching Successward: A Vital Series of Pertinent Personal Questions Designed to Help Ambitious Teachers

Fourth and Fifth Fingers

Yes, I Teach 'Em Jazz

Scenes from the Childhood of Franz Schubert: A Musical Playlet for Children ...


Volume 46, Number 07 (July 1928), James Francis Cooke Jul 1928

Volume 46, Number 07 (July 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Hymn Playing Helpful

Musical Education in the Home

What Makes a Fine Piano

Evolution of Piano Playing and Virtuosity

Why Do I Study Music

On Describing a Piece

Efficiency in Piano Study

Speaking the Pupil's Language

Studio Ventillation

Tickling the Risibles

Grandeur that Was Rome

Point on Poise

Doorstep of Harmony: Showing How Simple and Delightful the Study May be Made for the Amateur

Frederic Chopin, an Etching

Queen and a Quarrel about Musicians

Making Arpeggios Interesting


Volume 46, Number 06 (June 1928), James Francis Cooke Jun 1928

Volume 46, Number 06 (June 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making Summer Study Count

Naples is a Song (Napoli é Una Canzone)

How to Study the Encore Song

Etching, Beethoven and Goethe

Secret of Extracting Tone Color from the Piano

One Hour at the Piano

Chord Conversion for Small Hands

Memorizing Notes on Staves

Practicing Away from the Piano (interview with E. Robert Schmitz)

How to Free the Fourth and Fifth Fingers

Aids to Musicianship: Scientific Principles a Necessity for Perfection in Art

Accents


Volume 46, Number 05 (May 1928), James Francis Cooke May 1928

Volume 46, Number 05 (May 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musician and Fly

Maxims for Pianoforte Students

Matter of Hour Lessons

Largo from The New World Symphony

Oboe in the Kettle

History of a Best Seller

Rubinstein, the Leonine

Napoli E' Una Canzone

Ethics in the Musical Profession

Fifth Finger

Cinderella at the Piano

Wonderful New Etching of Johannes Brahms

One Hour at the Piano: A Highly Concentrated Plan of Study by a Famous London Teacher

Orchestral Innovations

How to Get the Right Number of Notes in Repeated Figures

Reading Chords Simplified

Keeping Right Tempo

Practical Memorizing

Making Note Reading Easy

Row Boat Playing

Self-Help Lesson in Modern Pedaling

Romance ...


Volume 46, Number 04 (April 1928), James Francis Cooke Apr 1928

Volume 46, Number 04 (April 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What is a Symphony Concert?

Musical Appreciation and Form

Taking an Inventory

Alleluia (Frontispiece)

Reinforce the Weak Spots

Aiming for It!

Do You Know That

Wrapping-Paper De Luxe

Teaching the Fundamentals of Music Through Improvisation

Accompanying as an Art

Uses and Abuses of the Pedals

Mozart (Etching)

Parental Influence in the Lives of Famous Musicians

Eighth Note

Whither the Trend of Music? (interview with Darius Milhaud)

Path of Music

Daily Exercises for the Busy Teacher

Keep It Up

Simplicity Thoughts

Finger Combinations Met With Every Day

Youngest Performer

Sight Reading

Phonograph Record as a Master Teacher

Fascinating Journals in Music ...


Volume 46, Number 03 (March 1928), James Francis Cooke Mar 1928

Volume 46, Number 03 (March 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Double Notes for Strengthening the Fingers

Ear-Training the Child on His Own Pieces

Wagnerian Estimate of Mozart

Gilded Angel

Bad Company for a Gentleman's Sons

Baif Club

Taking up Music in Later Life (interview with John Erskine)

Training of a Virtuoso (interview with Moritz Rosenthal)

Not Quantity but Quality

Art and Music

We Have 'Phones!

Impression of Max Bruch's Tone-Poem, Kol Nidrei

Good Instrument for the Beginner

Franz Schubert—An Etching

New Lights on Scale Playing

Fairies in Music

Great Masters as Students of Music: Edward Grieg (1843-1907)

Why a Boy Should Study Music

Fun in Reading Notes ...


Volume 46, Number 02 (February 1928), James Francis Cooke Feb 1928

Volume 46, Number 02 (February 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making Music Colorful

Signs—Always Signs

Forefather of Pianoforte Technic: Czerny The Indispensable

Musical Education in the Home

Why not Write to the Young Pupil?

Radio and the Music Student

Relating Key and Note

Think Before You Play

Cushion for Aida

Sleep On It

Haydn and the Clarinet

Magic of Melody (interview with Eduard Poldini)

Musical Reading and Thinking

Finishing Touches in Piano Playing

Great Moments in Wagner's Nibelungen Triology

Wagner, the Eternal

Acquiring Realistic Technic

Musicians, Take Care of Your Ears

His Own Musician

Go Ahead!

Mélange from France

Romance of a Pioneer Prima Donna: Striking Pictures from ...


Piano Course: Grade 2, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1928

Piano Course: Grade 2, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 2, Preparatory B: Lessons and Tests, number 21 through 40


Piano Course: Grade 3, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1928

Piano Course: Grade 3, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 3, Intermediate A: Lessons and Tests, number 41 through 60


Piano Course: Grade 1, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1928

Piano Course: Grade 1, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 1, Preparatory A: Lessons and Tests, number 1 through 20


Piano Course: Grade 5, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1928

Piano Course: Grade 5, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 5, Advanced A: Lessons and Tests, number 81 through 100


Piano Course: Grade 6, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1928

Piano Course: Grade 6, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 6, Advanced B: Lessons and Tests, number 101 through 120


Piano Course: Grade 4, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1928

Piano Course: Grade 4, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 4, Intermediate B: Lessons and Tests, number 61 through 80


Volume 46, Number 01 (January 1928), James Francis Cooke Jan 1928

Volume 46, Number 01 (January 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Playing Arpeggios

Finding the First-Bests

One Road to Good Piano Technic

Picture and Canvas

Checks—and Checks

Self-Study in the Art of Music (interview with Leopold Godowsky)

Musical Question of the Hour: Why Every Child Should Have a Musical Education

Schumann and His Mother

Measuring Musical Minds

What Makes the Musical Person?

Suspended Count

Beethoven's Life Tragedy: Dramatic Episodes in the Career of the Great Composer

New Piece

How a Mother Can Make the Child's Music Study Irresistibly Interesting: How Influences will Make or Ruin the Child's Musical Career

Composers at Work

Romance of Music in Palestine ...