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Volume 06, Number 11 (November 1888), Theodore Presser Nov 1888

Volume 06, Number 11 (November 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Improvements Needed in Writing Music

Woman as a Musician

Melograph and Melotrope

American Composers—Attention!

Criticism Once More

Pianoforte Study

Rubinstein's Repertoire

To Young Students

American Students in Berlin

Graded List of Pianoforte Music

Grand Social Again

Emotion in Piano-Playing

Is the Study of Music Profitable?

How to Study

Square Versus Upright Pianos

Scientific Investigation Applied to the Anatomical Details Involved in Piano Playing


Volume 06, Number 10 (October 1888), Theodore Presser Oct 1888

Volume 06, Number 10 (October 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Listen to Music

Musical Punctuation

Raif's Method

Incident

Songs Without Words

Fourth Finger Operation

Harmony as a Study

Grand Social

Art of Studying

Philosopher's Opinion of Music

Practical Letters to Teachers

Knowledge of the Relation of Physiology and Anatomy to Piano Playing

Advice to Nervous Pianists

Sight-Reading

Franz Liszt's Mother


Volume 06, Number 09 (September 1888), Theodore Presser Sep 1888

Volume 06, Number 09 (September 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Acquire a Sympathetic Touch

Summer Music Schools

Cost of Studying Abroad

Professional Courtesy

Some Thoughts for Music Teachers

Musical Pharisee

Sight Reading Before Memorizing

Studies and Their Importance

Work of the American College of Musicians

Dead Teachers

Solved—A Vexed Question

Teaching Beginners

Open for Discussion

Crazy Patch of Musical Memories

Harmonic Scale


Volume 06, Number 08 (August 1888), Theodore Presser Aug 1888

Volume 06, Number 08 (August 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Biographical Sketch of John S. Van Cleve

Mental Grasp in Pianoforte Playing

Letter from Mr. Emery

Ear Training

Touch and Tone

Neglect of Ear Training

Recent Idea

Hint for Executive Musicians

American Compositions in the Class and Concert Room


Volume 06, Number 07 (July 1888), Theodore Presser Jul 1888

Volume 06, Number 07 (July 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Festival Concerts

Piano-Forte Accompaniments

La Fileuse—Raff

Gossip About Masters, Old and Young

One-Armed Pianist

Piano Teaching

Modern Methods of Teaching

Neglect of Ear Training in Current Musical Education

Concerning Beauty of Tone

If You Want to Study Music, Study Music

Musical Notation and Terminology

Plan of Study


Volume 06, Number 06 (June 1888), Theodore Presser Jun 1888

Volume 06, Number 06 (June 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Brotherhood's Technicon and Elementary Piano Teaching

Consecutive Fifths

A.D. Turner (Obit.)

Historical Pianoforte Recitals

On the Importance of Theoretical Studies to the Pianist

On the Use of Studies in Piano Teaching

Deppe Method Again

Missing Lessons

Rainbow Reference Cards

New Piano Effects

Musical Normals

Piano Teaching


Volume 06, Number Number 05 (May 1888), Theodore Presser May 1888

Volume 06, Number Number 05 (May 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

First Year with a Young Piano Pupil

Piano Technic

Piano Teaching

Deppe Method

Few Extracts

Mother Goose Tonality

Klindworth

One-Handed Piano Player

How Can a Piece of Music Be Written Upon the Words Sachs, Bach, Etc.

On the Use of Studies in Piano Teaching

Practical Letters to Teachers

New Keyboard

What is Written About Howe's New Piano-Forte Instructor


Volume 06, Number 04 (April 1888), Theodore Presser Apr 1888

Volume 06, Number 04 (April 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Public School Demonstrative Examination

Musical Items

Nervous Musicians Who Lack Self-Confidence

International Copyright

Karl Klindworth and His Critics

Still Again Upon Memorizing

Historical Piano-Forte Recitals

Experiences

Pupilage

Missing Lessons

On the Use of Studies in Piano Teaching

Piano Technique

Teacher and Executant

Peculiarities of the Growth of American Music

Remonstrance


Volume 06, Number 03 (March 1888), Theodore Presser Mar 1888

Volume 06, Number 03 (March 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Rubato Tempo in Piano Playing

Minor Scale

Collateral Fancies

Talent and Intelligence Contrasted

Graded List of Piano-Forte Music

Notes from Anton Rubinstein's Cyclus of Seven Piano Recitals, with Historical Notes

Piano Playing and General Musical Instruction from the Beginning to the End

Philosophy of Legato Touch

On the Fingering of Diatonic Scales

Occasional Correspondence of a Music Teacher

Karl Klindworth

Criticism of a Piano Player

Correction

Concerning the Psychological Relation of Music

Piano Teaching


Volume 06, Number 02 (February 1888), Theodore Presser Feb 1888

Volume 06, Number 02 (February 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Improving the Hand by Surgery

A Keyboard for Children

Meaning of Music

To Authors of American Musical Works

Piano Teaching

Needs of the Piano Teacher

Some Old Pianists

Memoranda Upon Greek Music, and Arguments Derived From It

Musical Catechism

On Touch

Music Lessons

Practical Letters to Music Teachers

Philosophy of Legato Touch

Talk About Some Things

Practical Harmony

Stephen Heller

Schopenhauer's Musical Philosophy

High Ideals

We Work for Culture

Occasional Correspondence of a Music Teacher

Reminiscences of Musical Technique

Sound Sense

Foreign Correspondence

Concerning the Psychological Relation of Music


Volume 06, Number 01 (January 1888), Theodore Presser Jan 1888

Volume 06, Number 01 (January 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Limits of Personal Rights in Piano-forte Performance

Some Pianists in America

Plea for Simplicity

Notes from a Teacher's Diary

Catechism

Tarantelle (Poem)

An Open Letter to J.C. Fillmore

A Discussion of Piano-Forte Study

Personality in Music

Something About Beginners

Piano Pounding

Piano-Forte Music

Schopenhauer's Musical Philosophy

Some Old Pianists

Variety of Piano Playing

Piano Playing and General Musical Instruction from the Beginning to the End

Old-Time Frauds

Joseph Hofmann

Concerning the Psychological Relation of Music

Study of Music

Foreign Correspondence

Victor S. Fletcher: The Most Successful Collector of Genuine Old Violins

Piano Teaching