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Composition

Beethoven

1894

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Volume 12, Number 11 (November 1894), Theodore Presser Nov 1894

Volume 12, Number 11 (November 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Methods of Popularizing Songs

Jests That Instruct

Courage in Music

Influence of Music

Two Lessons or One Lesson a Week?

Right Beginning

Ways and Means, and—Results

Egoism

Our Country Teachers—Some Hints for Their Advancement

How to Make Practice Easy

Godard's Characteristics

Machine Pupils

Rheumatism of the Hand and Arm

Foreign Titles and Foreign Names

Hints to Young Composers

Conflict Between Public School Work and Music

Habits of Music Pupils

Does Music Describe?

Portamento Touch

Music (Male) Teacher's Work

Suggestions to Musical People

Power of Association

Amateur Musical Club

Paderewski's Tone and Touch

American Pianists ...


Volume 12, Number 06 (June 1894), Theodore Presser Jun 1894

Volume 12, Number 06 (June 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Traditional Beethoven Playing

Flying Seed

From a Teacher's Notebook

Graduated Quack

Some Peculiar Concerts

What Can Be Learned From Copying Music

Chat With Paderewski

How to Keep Up a Repertoire

Equally True of Other Nations

Chopin Peculiarity

History of Music in a Nutshell

Some Secrets of Practice Illustrated

Beethoven's Personal Apperance

Life of Richard Wagner

Johann Strauss

Anecdotes of Von Bülow

Arthur Sullivan's Youth

Making It Certain

Word for Private Recitals

Cursory Talk about Sonatas

Paderewski's Daily Life

Music Lessons for Boys

Singers vs. Musicians

Class Experiences


Volume 12, Number 02 (February 1894), Theodore Presser Feb 1894

Volume 12, Number 02 (February 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Fraternal Appreciation

Left Hand

As the Twig, Etc.

How Progress is Made

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

This Reminds Me

Unsatisfactory Pupil

Playing in Public

Tempos

Resolve To—

Why Take the Etude?

Fifth Symphony

Description of an Amateur Band

Profitable Practice

Home Influence Upon the Pupil's Progress

Keeping the Piano in Good Condition

Clinging Touch

Rubinstein's Joke

Power of Attention

Conscientious Resolution

Narrow Study

Advice and Caution

Plea for Daily Piano Lessons

Three Talks

Faults of Beginners

American Compositions

Counterparts Among Poets and Composers

Use of the Pedal

What ...