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Volume 57 (1939), James Francis Cooke Dec 1939

Volume 57 (1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Secret of a Merry Christmas

What the World War Did for Music in Europe (interview with Granville Bantock)

Mistaken Idea

Amaryllis and Louis XIII

Dr. Damrosch on Musical Tolerance

Night Before Christmas. A Musical Playlet

Let Us Give the Piece a Rub

Pencil

Story of Major Bowes and His Amateur Hour: A Million Dollar Idea Carried Out by a Million Dollar Personality

How to Make Money by Teaching the Piano, Part 3

Billings' Best

Old Familiar Carols Game

Music Is My Hobby!: The Engaging Story of How Successful Business and Professional Men and Women Avoid Life Monotony and Insure Against ...


Volume 57, Number 11 (November 1939), James Francis Cooke Nov 1939

Volume 57, Number 11 (November 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Heredity and Music

Success in Voice Study (interview with Nelson Eddy)

Radio Flashes

Practical Aids in Getting Pupils

Composing for the Radio

ASCAP's Giant Music Festival

Do You Know?

How I Mastered Eighty Piano Concertos (interview with Henrietta Schumann)

Helpful Pedal Exercises

Who Wrote America?

Short Cuts in Piano Technic: Valuable Ideas Derived from a Study of the Keyboard Philosophy of Tausig, Deppe, and de Pachmann

Music for the Pre-School Child

Fatigue Hour

Success for the Young Musician (interview with Jan Smeterlin)

Encouragement Versus Criticism

Make Your Practice Period Profitable

Use and Misuse of the Metronome

Music As an ...


Volume 57, Number 10 (October 1939), James Francis Cooke Oct 1939

Volume 57, Number 10 (October 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music, Now, More Than Ever

Youth and Music Disciline

How People Are Swayed by Song (interview with Mark Sullivan)

Shall We Educate the Parents?

Increasing the Attendance at Pupils' Recitals

Time, Only, Tells (interview with Paul Hindemith)

Tradegy of a Deaf Musician: The Dramatic Fate of Friedrich (Bedrich) Smetana

Some Reflections on Singing (interview with Maria Anderson)

Helpful Octaves

How to Make Money by Teaching the Piano

Musical Viking: New Vistas of the Life of Edvard Grieg

Magnificent Musical Undertaking

How to Make Polyphonic Playing Interesting: Practical Doorways to the Art of Performing Interwoven Melodies

Hungarian Dance, No. 6 by ...


Volume 57, Number 09 (September 1939), James Francis Cooke Sep 1939

Volume 57, Number 09 (September 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Practical Crime Prevention: Better Spend $5000 for a Band Than $50,000 for a Jail

Make Your Pupils' Recitals Fascinating

Getting Acquainted with the Keyboard

Style's the Thing (interview with John Brownlee)

Czerny, Master of Masters

Independent Finger Motion

Schumann Drill

Luring the Child to Love the Piano (interview with Marcele Chéridjian-Charrey)

Painless Review Work

Liszt Trick

Fascination of Two-Piano Playing (interview with Silvio Scionti)

Strange Music Makers

Threshold of Music: Borrowed Chords and Altered Chords

Are You Aiming for the Opera?


Volume 57, Number 08 (August 1939), James Francis Cooke Aug 1939

Volume 57, Number 08 (August 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musica Pan-America

Music of the Woodland: A Musical Playlet

History of the Marimba

Teaching the Little Tots: The Real Pre-School Age

Mind's Ear

Diversions of the Masters

How to Teach Broken Chords

Couldn't Fool Him on Pitch

Music Makers in Old New England: A Timely Review of Many Quaint Customs

Singers of the Soil: Including the Fascinating Story of Buckwheat or Shaped Notes

Jascha Heifetz Transposed to the Films

Color in Piano Styles

Music's Debt to the Poets

New Experiment with Music in Business

Scherzo from the Sonata in F Minor of Brahms—A Master Lesson


Volume 57, Number 07 (July 1939), James Francis Cooke Jul 1939

Volume 57, Number 07 (July 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Joy of Singing

Learning to Interpret Great Music (interview with Robert Casadesus)

Radio Flashes

Negro Stephen Foster: The First Published Biography of James A. Bland

New Genius Who Does Not See—Alex Templeton

How to Improve the Child's Reading Ability

Music Circus in Recital: A Program That Will Delight All Youngsters, and Intrigue the Boys

Having Fun with the Ears

Music from a Carpenter's Saw

Music as a Business Man Sees It (interview with Allan Hancock)

Our Insect Musicians

Wrist Lubrication

Abandoned Farms of Music Education

Threshold of Music: Keys That are Related—Sisters and Cousins and Aunts ...


Volume 57, Number 06 (June 1939), James Francis Cooke Jun 1939

Volume 57, Number 06 (June 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Now That Commencement Is Here?

Learning How to Help Yourself (interview with Kirsten Flagstad)

Yes There is a Musical Market

Radio Flashes

Pianist, Know Your Fingers: A New Approach to Piano Technic

Democracy of Radio (interview with Stephen West)

Mother Goose, Mus. Doc.: A Dramatic Piano Recital

Vital Inner Structure of Music: Is Counterpoint the Dry Bones of the Tone Art?

Some Tuneful Towns in the United States

Astonishing New Instrument

Beethoven's Best Clothes (an Anecdote)

Musical Radical Reforms

Great Master's Principles of Composition: Balakirev's Clear and Practical Ideas Upon Musical Structure

New Lights on Giuseppe Verdi ...


Volume 57, Number 05 (May 1939), James Francis Cooke May 1939

Volume 57, Number 05 (May 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Quest for Ideals

New York World's Fair Music Festival

Staccato Star

Building and Use of a Vocal Instrument (interview with Kerstin Thorborg)

Bach's Musical Helpmate: A Graphic Picture of Anna Magdalena Bach and Her Notenbüch

World's Largest Carillon: Dedicated to Stephen Foster

My Old Kentucky Home: An Eighty-five Year Old Folk Song and Something of Its History

Threshold of Music: The Art of Musical Voyaging: Modulation

Ten Remarkable Years Before the Mike (interview with Virginia Rea)

Schumann's Hints to Young Musicians

Music Study Means Music Study (interview with Mischa Elman)

Forward March of Music


Volume 57, Number 04 (April 1939), James Francis Cooke Apr 1939

Volume 57, Number 04 (April 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Sound the Trumpet, Beat the Drums! (from Handel's Judas Maccabeus)

Renaissance of the Band (Interview with Edwin Franko Goldman)

What Do Bands Mean to America? (interview with Fred A. Holtz)

And the Band Won

New Concepts in Present Day Music (interview with Paul Whiteman)

America's Oldest Civic Band: One Hundred and Ten Years of Activity; and Still Flourishing

Sing With Your Heart (interview with Frieda Hempel)

Recent Record Releases

Tooting a Horn for Fifty Years (interview with B.A. Rolfe)

Eight Years Abroad With a Jazz Band

American Bandmaster Speaks—A Symposium

March of the Grail Knights: From ...


Volume 57, Number 03 (March 1939), James Francis Cooke Mar 1939

Volume 57, Number 03 (March 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Quirks

Victor Herbert as I Knew Him: Memories of The Man and His Music

Simplicity as a Background for Art (interview with Guiomar Novaes)

Radio Flashes

Adult Piano Beginner: What Should be Done to Make the Hands Supple (interview with Isidor Philipp)

Hand and the Keyboard

William Mason—An American Master: High Lights in the World's Famous Piano Methods

Good Singing Must be Natural (interview with Bruna Castagna)

Recent Record Releases

Unknown Victor Herbert: Intimate Pictures of the Life of a Widely Loved Composer

Lazy Hand

Scrambling Pupil

Romance of Annie Laurie: The Story Behind One of the ...


Volume 57, Number 02 (February 1939), James Francis Cooke Feb 1939

Volume 57, Number 02 (February 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music and the Arts

Smart Attire for Concert and Recital (interview with Elizabeth Hawes)

Why Music Is the Most Popular of the Fine Arts

Let's Go to the Music Hall: How They Put on the Show in the World's Largest Theater

How to Play Notes

Music's Debt to Shakespeare

Recent Record Releases

Musical Foresight-Hindsight

Mystic Dances of the Far East

Music Elects a Governor

Threshold of Music: Linking Chords into Sentences—And Punctuating Them

Meaning of Musical Ornamentation: The Psychology Behind These Interesting Tonal Decorations in Music

Etude's Courses in Culture

Magnificent New The Mikado in ...


Violin Course: Grade 5, Exercises, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

Violin Course: Grade 5, Exercises, Sherwood Music School

Violin Courses

A Lesson Book for the Violin Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 5, Advanced A: Exercises, number 501 through 556


Violin Course: Grade 6, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

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

Violin Courses

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


Violin Course: Grade 8, Studies, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

Violin Course: Grade 8, Studies, Sherwood Music School

Violin Courses

A Lesson Book for the Violin Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 8, Graduate B: Studies, number 801 through 870


Violin Course: Grade 6, Exercises, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

Violin Course: Grade 6, Exercises, Sherwood Music School

Violin Courses

A Lesson Book for the Violin Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade , Advanced B: Exercises, number 601 through 656


Violin Course: Grade 7, Exercises, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

Violin Course: Grade 7, Exercises, Sherwood Music School

Violin Courses

A Lesson Book for the Violin Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 7, Graduate A: Exercises, number 701 through 753


Violin Course: Grade 8, Exercises, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

Violin Course: Grade 8, Exercises, Sherwood Music School

Violin Courses

A Lesson Book for the Violin Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 8, Graduate B: Exercises, number 801 through 853


Violin Course: Grade 7, Studies, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

Violin Course: Grade 7, Studies, Sherwood Music School

Violin Courses

A Lesson Book for the Violin Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 7, Graduate A: Studies, number 701 through 770


Violin Course: Grade 5, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1939

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

Violin Courses

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


Volume 57, Number 01 (January 1939), James Francis Cooke Jan 1939

Volume 57, Number 01 (January 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

American Epic of Attainment

Amazing Musical World of To-day (interview with Walter Gieseking)

Going Through the Book

Moonlight Sonata: Fact, Fiction and Fancy

How to Abolish Fear Before Audiences: The Meaning of Mike-Fright

Men of the Orchestra: A Visit with the Individuals Who Produce the Music (interview with Mishel Piastro)

Spelling of Musical Notation: Musical Orthography Made Clear

Earning a Living Through Singing

Astonishing Invention of Musical Interest

New European Sound Reproducing Invention

Etude in C-sharp Minor by Chopin

Etude's Courses in Culture

Quest for Harmony in Decoration

Forward March of Music

Aids to Sight Reading

Another Use for ...