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Volume 49, Number 11 (November 1931), James Francis Cooke Nov 1931

Volume 49, Number 11 (November 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Visit to the Home of Eduard Schütt

Novelties for the Piano

Practical Way of Acquiring Tecnic

Ginger Up Your Brains with Music: Being Some Effects of the Tone Art

Breaking into Metropolitan Opera by the Back Door

Some Popular Confusions

Building Scales Before Playing Them

Why Great Artists Succeed—Jascha Heifetz

Is Culture Progressing in Musical Art? (interview with Moriz Rosenthal)

Philadelphia Orchetra: Its Origin and History

Elusive Counter-Theme

Music of the Clarinet

Developing a True Sense of Rhythm

Music Work Counters


Volume 49, Number 10 (October 1931), James Francis Cooke Oct 1931

Volume 49, Number 10 (October 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Could Richard Wagner Have Passed a Mus. Bac. Examination?

Music in Present Day Soviet Russia (interview with Edwin A. Fleisher)

Black Notes: When the Thumb and Little Finger May Be Used on Them

Three Wonder Workers in Piano Technic

Training the Prodigy (interview with Efrem Zimbalist)

Picture Awards for Scrap-books

Neglected Phases of Piano Study

Playing Postman

Billboard Man

Royal Musicians

Art of Singing for the Radio: Tricks of the Microphone Easily Mastered

School Music Department

Coördinating the Grade School and High School Instrumental Music Program

Imperishable Romance of St. Cecilia

Training Pupils for Public Appearance

When Not to Practice ...


Volume 49, Number 09 (September 1931), James Francis Cooke Sep 1931

Volume 49, Number 09 (September 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Television and Radio To-day

What the Band Means to Your Home Community (interview with John Philip Sousa)

How Expression is Achieved at the Keyboard Through Accent: The Agógic Accent in Expression

Beethoven as a Violinist, Portrait

New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra: Its Origin and History

Report Card Form

Practical and Profitable Piano Recital

America's Giant Strides in Music for Youth

To Judge the Pupil's Progress

Twenty September Business Hints for Practical Teachers of Music

New Fashioned Dry Goods Advertising

Tone Color

Schumann's Immortal Words

On the Interpretation of Bach

Notes and Rests that Go Together


Volume 49, Number 08 (August 1931), James Francis Cooke Aug 1931

Volume 49, Number 08 (August 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Planning for a Prosperous Season

Talk on the Talkies, A (interview with Lawrence Tibbett)

How to Learn to Play at Sight

More Greetings for Paderewski

Johannes Brahms, Etching

Piano Lessons from Masters of Yesteryear

Two Famous MacDowell Pieces

To Make the Left Hand Agile

Mozart the Prodigy (1756-1791)

Swiss Music Festival in the Bernese Oberland

Reading Between the Lines in Music: What is Implied is Often More Important than the Notes Themselves

Interesting Piano-Accordion (interview with Pietro Deiro)

Use of Phonograph in the Practice Hour

Imagination as Shown in Some Piano Pieces

Economizing the Practice Hour

Bell Music, Today and ...


Volume 49, Number 07 (July 1931), James Francis Cooke Jul 1931

Volume 49, Number 07 (July 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Did this Musician Re-Make Spain?

Let the Amateur Make Music (interview with Harold Bauer)

Hold the Pedal

Systematic Memorizing

Variety, the Secret of Practice

The Right Way and Wrong Way to Interpret Syncopation

Collapsible Piano

Musical Highlights in China and Japan

Romance of Alessandro Stradella: A Story of One of the Most Picturesque Figures in the History of Music

Save Material

Music in the Home: A Family Concert

That Awful Fourth Finger

Homage to Gounod (Picture)

Class Piano Instruction Questionnaire

Six in One

Romance of Ben Bolt

Why Study the Leipzig Cantor's Inventions?

Some Music Specters

Key Signatures in ...


Volume 49, Number 06 (June 1931), James Francis Cooke Jun 1931

Volume 49, Number 06 (June 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Fame Overnight! (interview with Lily Pons)

Why Modern Music is Modern—And What, Please, is Atonal Music? (interview with Nicholas Slonimsky)

Physical Revitalization of Musicians: New Scientific Health and Diet Discoveries Which Are Startling the World

Should the Child Begin Piano Study at the Age of Five

Rage of the Rumba

Secrets of the Staccato Touch

Three Costly Mistakes

Playing the Piano by Touch

Time-Saving Method to Keep Up Old Pieces

Educating the New Musical Public

Most Important Point in Singing

Coming Musical Awakening

Improvised Opera

Clothespins or Hammers

Graded Courses and Prizes


Volume 49, Number 05 (May 1931), James Francis Cooke May 1931

Volume 49, Number 05 (May 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

International Appreciation of Ignace Jan Paderewski: World Famous Pianists and Teachers Greet the Renowned Master in His Hour of Greatest Triumph

Some Fundamentals of Natural Octave Playing

Important Association and a Great Cause

Student Days of George Frederic Handel (1685-1759)

How Harmony Helps the Music Student

Pedal Markings

Picture from the Past

Lest We Forget, Lest We Forget: Important Musical Historical Figures of the Picturesque Past

Freak Scales: Curious Musical Systems Used by Modern Composers

Wagner's Death-Dreams of His Own Walhalla (Picture)

Master Lesson Upon Chopin's Aeolian Harp Etude, Op. 25, No. 1

Singing Intelligently in English

Garcia ...


Volume 49, Number 04 (April 1931), James Francis Cooke Apr 1931

Volume 49, Number 04 (April 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Should the Piano have Two Keyboards (interview with Winifred Christie)

Eliminating Nerves When Playing in Public

Listen for Color in Your Piano Playing

Tchaikovsky on Mozart

Little Visits to European Musical Shrines: Stockholm the Magnificent

What Music Owes to Alessandro Scarlatti: Bach's Italian Predecessor and What He Did

International Musical Conference: Musical England and America to Meet on Shores of Lake Geneva

Right Piece for the Right Pupil at the Right Time

Ornaments and their Interpretation

Romance of Bells

Music of Hindu Temples

Breathing for Voice Production

Educating the New Musical Public


Volume 49, Number 03 (March 1931), James Francis Cooke Mar 1931

Volume 49, Number 03 (March 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Amazing Idiosyncrasies of Richard Wagner: Demi-God or Demi-Demon

Hearing Inwardly

Those Troublesome Grace Notes

Can You Tell?

Quicker Results Through Weight Playing

Does Radio Broadcasting Require a Special Technic?

Stockholm the Magnificent

Some Origins of the Harp

Simile, Segue and Sempre

Dynamics and Expression

Playing the Piano with the Minimum of Muscular Effort

How to Develop Technic

Grandma Fry Adds a New Stunt

Educating the New Musical Public

Are You Old Enough to Remember?


Volume 49, Number 02 (February 1931), James Francis Cooke Feb 1931

Volume 49, Number 02 (February 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

When I Arrived in the Metropolis

Social Art of Music (editorial)

Leschetizky as I Knew Him

Music Study in Paris

Report Card for Piano Work

Musik der Zeit: An Editorial Discussion of Present Day Gargoyles of Dissonance

Putting the Spirit into Spirituals

Accompanist

How Dvorák Taught Composition

Tie and Slur Confusion

Young Pupil Meditates

Educating the New Musical Public

Musical Greeting

Reports for Music Pupils

Music Versus Noise

Relaxing the Shoulders

Transposing for the Uninitiated

Remembering the Pupil


Piano Course: Grade 8, Compositions, Sherwood Music School Jan 1931

Piano Course: Grade 8, Compositions, Sherwood Music School

Piano Courses

A Lesson Book for the Piano Courses administered by the Sherwood Music School's Extension Division.
Grade 8, Graduate B: Compositions, number 801 through 860


Piano Course: Grade 8, Lessons And Tests, Sherwood Music School Jan 1931

Piano Course: Grade 8, 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 8, Graduate B: Lessons and Tests, number 141 through 160


Volume 49, Number 01 (January 1931), James Francis Cooke Jan 1931

Volume 49, Number 01 (January 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Ultimate Musical Choice

Musical Life in Festive Copenhagen

Musical Jargon of the Radio Clarified: A Popular Interpretation of Technical Terms Heard Daily Over the Radio, Part 7

Educating the New Musical Public

Lepold Auer's Great Legacy to Art

Reflections on the Art of Piano Playing

Present Day Musical Films and How They are Made Possible

Airways of Music

Technic of Scale Playing

Marimba

Triumphant Advance of Music

Master Lesson on the Impromptu in A Flat, Opus 29, of Chopin

Game of Correcting Melodies

Minor Family

Light and Agile Thumb

Teaching Fundamentals to Young Students

Tchaikovsky's School Days

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