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Volume 53, Number 07 (July 1935), James Francis Cooke Jul 1935

Volume 53, Number 07 (July 1935), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Prosperity Leads the Way

Distinctly American Vocal Problems (interview with Queena Mario)

Star Spangled Banner: Our National Anthem, Enshrined in the Hearts of all Patriotic Americans

Violinist's Summer (interview with Mischa Elman)

Geography of the Piano: Where the Piano Comes From

Failures that Triumphed

Romances of Great Musicians: Romance in the Life of Mozart

Why Every Child Should Have a Musical Training

Increasing the Resources of the Piano (interview with Walter Gieseking)

Music of the Congo: An Interesting Romance of the Music of Darkest Africa

Music Study Extension Course


Volume 52, Number 12 (December 1934), James Francis Cooke Dec 1934

Volume 52, Number 12 (December 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Progress in Piano Playing and Teaching (interview with Ossip Gabrilowitsch)

Letting the Pupil Select the Music

How to Write a Good Musical Advertisement

Removing the Jounce

Famous German Musical Centers: Leipzig, Part 2

Schumann Discovers a Young Genius

Etude Music Study Expansion League: Great Revival of Interest in Practice

Santa Claus' Surprise Party

American Singer's Opportunities (interview with Gladys Swarthout)

Rhythmic Drawing

What is the Basis of the Piano Technic of Today: Great Pianists Give Important Opinions

Christmas Again

Vital First Year of Music Study: Selecting Right Materials for Children

How to Improve Mind and Muscle Coördination

Square Holes ...


Volume 52, Number 11 (November 1934), James Francis Cooke Nov 1934

Volume 52, Number 11 (November 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Antique Spanish Pianoforte

Famous German Musical Centers: Leipzig

Sand Tables in Music Teaching

Don't You Know

Getting Pupils in 1763 (From Goethe's Boyhood)

Making the Trill Beautiful: Proper Diagnosis and Treatment Remove Ordinary Difficulties

Evening with the Waltz King

Cambridge the Beautiful: A Letter from an Etude Friend in Old Cambridge

How to Hold Your Pupils Longer

Musical Pepper Box

Musical Racketeers: The Claque and Its Long Career

Making the Piano Sing

Beyond the Measure Line

Changing Notes

Story of Elgar

Spreading Culture Through Prizes

Orchestral Tutti, Old and New

Pace Maker of the Keyboard: The Metronome as ...


Volume 52, Number 03 (March 1934), James Francis Cooke Mar 1934

Volume 52, Number 03 (March 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Student Hardships that Lead to Success (interview with Elisabeeth Rethberg)

Studying the Pianissimo

Musical Courtesy

Composer's Workshop: How Composers Employ Simple Devices to Expand Their Musical Ideas

Irish Quartet

On Choosing a Musical Career

Music and the Ritual of the Dance in Ceylon: The Subtropical Themes and Rhythms that Have an Undying Allure

Pride of Personal Performance

Musical Pepper Box

Helps to Better Sight Playing

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: Its Origin, History and Activities

Slighted Finger

Teach All Keys in the Early Grades

Piano Accordion Band

Conducting a Practical Studio Piano Contest

Problem of the Baby Violinist

Story of Aloha ...


Volume 48, Number 01 (January 1930), James Francis Cooke Jan 1930

Volume 48, Number 01 (January 1930), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music and Brains

New Apsects of American-Indian Music

How Much Technic is Indispensable?

Designing Natural Fingerings

Pertinent Advice to Practical Pianists

Notable Careers of the Esterhazy Family: An Account of the Remarkable Hungarian Family Which Extended Enormous Assistance to Musical Art, Through Its Benefactions to Composers and Players, Including Mozart, Haydn, and Schubert

Centenary of the Accordion

Art of Making Playing Beautiful (interview with George Copeland)

Up-to-Date Ideas on Improving Piano Touch: How to Practice Thirds, Sixths and Octaves

Beethoven's Minuet in G

Brace for Broken Rhythm

Arpeggio Drill

Parent's Part

Tips Important

Teaching Note Values

Musical Home ...


Volume 47, Number 12 (December 1929), James Francis Cooke Dec 1929

Volume 47, Number 12 (December 1929), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Romance of the Christmas Carol

Music, Munich and the Mad King, Part 1

Pedagogic Principles of Piano Playing: As Prepared for the Ecole Normale de Musique of Paris

Decade of The Six: Based on an Interview with the Distinguished French Composer, Arthur Honegger, One of The Six

Secrets of a Master Technic

Self-Study in Music

Changes in Piano Teaching in Fifty Years

Getting Correct Hand Position

To Overcome Poor Fingering

Lure of Japanese Music, Part 1

Are You Making Your Scales Real Ladders to Success: A Review of Common-sense Pedagogical Procedure for Intermediate Students and Some Novel Suggestions for Advanced ...


Volume 45, Number 11 (November 1927), James Francis Cooke Nov 1927

Volume 45, Number 11 (November 1927), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Branding the Blunders

Mother Music

Musical Education in the Home

How Germany is Striving to Win Back Pre-War Musical Conditions

New Paths in Musical Art (interview with Alfredo Casella)

To Facilitate Note Reading

Aid to Memory and Expression

Mechanics of Art

Treat Your Piano Right: Respect Your Piano in the Home and in the Concert Hall if You Demand the Best Results

Introducing Cora and Dora

Showing an Interest in the Pupil

Teaching the Student to Think

Music as an Inspiration in Art (painting)

Something About Chord-Playing

Successful Radio Performance

Haunts of Great Masters n Vienna (etchings)

Light and Shade ...


Volume 26, Number 06 (June 1908), James Francis Cooke Jun 1908

Volume 26, Number 06 (June 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Child Who Can't

Some Eccentricities of Musical Genius

Self-Made Masters in Music: How Schubert, Haydn, Raff, Wagner, Elgar and Others Taught Themselves—Practical Advice for Students Who are Forced to Carve Out Their Own Careers Without the Assistance of a Teacher

How Public School Music Should Help the Private Music Teacher

Should Music be Studied by High School Pupils?

Is the Piano a Disadvantage in Early Musical Education? A Symposium Upon a Vital Subject by Many Well-Known Teachers and Artists

How Correct Accenting Helps the Student

Making the Summer Profitable: Opinions of Practical Teachers upon Rest and Study in ...


Volume 25, Number 05 (May 1907), Winton J. Baltzell May 1907

Volume 25, Number 05 (May 1907), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musician's Holiday in Central Europe: Summer Music in Germany

Liszt's Love for the Piano

TTo the Graduates in Music: A Baccalaureate

Scales and Scale Playing: Their Place in Modern Piano Playing (Prize Essay)

Minnesinger

Education of the Masters

Conservatory Musical Society—What it Can Do for Members

Suggestion to Stimulate American Composition

Teaching Pieces by Godard

Some Leipzig Teachers of Fifty Years Ago


Volume 22, Number 06 (June 1904), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1904

Volume 22, Number 06 (June 1904), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dr. Theodor Lierhammer on the German Lied

Subtleties of Piano Playing

Suggestions to Young Composers

On Educating Audiences

Reason for Practice

Repertory Building for Children

Exaggerated Accents

Shakespeare and Music

How Much Shall I Correct My Pupils?

Practical Transposition in the First Grade

Antonin Dvorak


Volume 22, Number 05 (May 1904), Winton J. Baltzell May 1904

Volume 22, Number 05 (May 1904), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

German Centers of Music Study: Leipzig and Its Great Conservatory

How Composers Work

My Friend Musicus and His Practice Gloves: A Practical Hint for Pianists

Lesson of a Noble Life: What a Country Teacher Did for a Community

Plea for the Use of the Black Keys

What is American Music?

Pupil's Repertory: How to Keep It

How the Teacher is Taught

Strength in Piano Playing

Pure Music and Program Music

How to Teach Little Children


Volume 22, Number 01 (January 1904), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1904

Volume 22, Number 01 (January 1904), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Study of Great Vocal Works. A Talk with Alberto Randegger

From Virginal to Pianoforte

Why is Music Written in so Many Keys?

How the Teacher Conducts the Lesson

Analysis of a Composition and Other Aids to the Interpretation fo Piano-Musi

Parallels in Music Teaching

Careless Practicing

Real Purpose of Teaching Music in the Public Schools

Gospel of Effort

What is Kindergarten Music?

Illustration: Its Power in Teaching


Volume 21, Number 05 (May 1903), Winton J. Baltzell May 1903

Volume 21, Number 05 (May 1903), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music Study in Berlin

About Entering the Musical Profession

Making of an Independent Teacher

Does Practice Make Perfect?

Intellectual and Emotional Phases of Piano Playing

True Genius and Work Founded on an Incident in the Life of Beethoven

Composition as a Factor in Musical Education

Extracting the Roots of Rag-Time


Volume 21, Number 03 (March 1903), Winton J. Baltzell Mar 1903

Volume 21, Number 03 (March 1903), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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Volume 19, Number 06 (June 1901), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1901

Volume 19, Number 06 (June 1901), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music as a Culture-Study

Paradoxes in Piano-Practice

Modest Music-Teacher

How Shall We Study?

Future of Music in America

Liszt's Sight-Reading

Practice Versus Rehearsal

Differences in the Fingers

How to Be a Success

Creating an Interest in Technic

Art for Art's Sake: A Study of the Music Profession

Musical Moss-Backs

Madame Schumann-Heink: The Study of the German Song


Volume 18, Number 12 (December 1900), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1900

Volume 18, Number 12 (December 1900), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Is Wagner Wearisome?

Richard Wagner

Has Europe Discovered A Great Pedagogue?

Romantic Story of Wagner's Life

Suggestions for Wagner Study

Wagner and Operatic Reform

Present State of the Wagner Question

Wagneriana

Memory Among the Blind

Literature of Wagner

Wagner's Influence on Piano Composition

Outline Sketch of Richard Wagner's Life

Wagner Craze

Wagner's Harmonic Methods

How to Meet the New In Art

Outline Sketch of Wagner's Operas

Popularization of Wagner's Music

Esthetic Value of Wagner's Works

True Spirit of Advanced Study


Volume 14, Number 12 (December 1896), Theodore Presser Jan 1896

Volume 14, Number 12 (December 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

One Hand Alone

Submerged Melodies

Fillmore, John C.

Intention and Success

Playing by Memory

Evil of the Time

Avoidance of the Commonplace

Music Chats with Children

Music Teachers' Problem

Theodor Kullak

Let Singers Beward of Doctors

Humorous Incident

Is Marriage Inimical to Music? If so, Why?

New Story of Paganini

Plea for My Last Teacher

Needs of Piano Students and How They May be Secured

Secret of Musical Expression

Extract

For the Suppression of Din

Why Study Musical History?

Obstacles They Met, and How They Overcame Them: Lessons in Perseverance from the Lives of the Masters

Most Difficult Piece

How ...


Volume 07, Number 09 (September 1889), Theodore Presser Sep 1889

Volume 07, Number 09 (September 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Nieck's Life of Chopin

Broad Culture

Liszt's Works and Their Effects

Word for Compulsory Music-Study

Ms. Beethoven Concert

Woman as Composer, Performer and Teachers

Is Music Aristocratic?

Analogies of Tone and Form

Organization versus Study

Music Teacher

Graded Course for Cabinet Organ

How Liszt Gave Lessons

Touch and Technic

Pianoforte Instruction

Sensible Talk About Opera