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Volume 23, Number 01 (January 1905), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1905

Volume 23, Number 01 (January 1905), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Fréderic François Chopin (Biographical Sketch)

Appreciation of Chopin: His Works Embody All Technical Forms

Chopin the Revolutionaire

Chopin the Teacher

Chopin the Man

Chopin the Poet of the Pianoforte

True Genius of Pianoforte Music: Exemplified in Chopin's Works

Making up a Chopin Program

Quality of Chopin's Genius

Musical Rhythm and Rhythmic Playing


Volume 22, Number 02 (February 1904), Winton J. Baltzell Feb 1904

Volume 22, Number 02 (February 1904), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

New Gems in the Old Classics: A Talk with Mrs. H.H.A. Beach

Concerning the Staccato Touch

Teaching of the History of Music

How and Why of Scale Practice

On the Self-Development of the Teacher

Analysis of a Composition and Other Aids to Interpretation

Music-Students and Concert-Going

Method of Teaching

Two Lessons vs. One Per Week

Little Singer

Reasons for Holding Class Meetings

True Genius of the Pianoforte


Volume 18, Number 10 (October 1900), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1900

Volume 18, Number 10 (October 1900), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Common-Sense in Music

What is a Lesson Worth?

Restlessness and Repose

Personal Maganetism

Mission of the Studio

Mental and Muscular Activity

Old Beethoven Program

Music in American Colleges

University of Michigan

Princeton University

Smith College

Amherst College

Oberlin University

Adelph College

Reproduction of Orchestral Effects on the Pianoforte

Serious Purpose in Music Study

Push Forward

Rebinding Music Books

Absolute Pitch

Individuality in Teaching

Primary Teaching

What and the Why of the Choice of Music

Soft Pedal

Obscure Teaching Terms

Harmony—Yesterday and To-day


Volume 18, Number 08 (August 1900), Winton J. Baltzell Aug 1900

Volume 18, Number 08 (August 1900), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Piano-Hands

Systematic Study

Vacation and Recreation Thoughts

Profitable Vacation

Pianoforte Playing as a Study

Renewing the Store of Teaching Materials

Bird's-Eye View

Some Reflections on Rhythm and Its Study

Relation of Master and Pupil in Musical History

Length of the Lesson Hour

Process of Learning a Piece

Social Demands Upon Musicians

Analysis of Grieg's Peer Gynt Suite

Anton Rubinstein

True Test of a Teacher

Experiences and Observations from the Class-Room

Forget Your Music While on Your Vacation

Great Composers and their Love for Nature

Value of Public-School Music


Volume 17, Number 02 (February 1899), Winton J. Baltzell Feb 1899

Volume 17, Number 02 (February 1899), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Should the Last Note under a Slurred Group be Played Staccato

One Step Toward Success

Playing for Parents

Self-Playing Pianos

Story of Paderewski's Minuet

Beethoven's American Biographer

American in Music

Covering Ground

On the Revival of Mozart's Works

Musical Millennium

Interesting Incident

On the Expediency of Playing Without Looking at the Keyboard

Nervous Pupils

Comments by Emil Liebling

Some Common Faults

Teachers and Pupils

Word of Encouragement to Young Pianists

How to Treat Pupils Who Have Previously Studied with Another Teacher (Symposium)

Foundation Teaching

Street-Organ as a Musical Educator

Am I a Good Teacher? How Can I ...


Volume 16, Number 02 (February 1898), Winton J. Baltzell Feb 1898

Volume 16, Number 02 (February 1898), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Make a Living

American Student

Principles of Musical Pedagogy

Life of a Pianoforte—How to Preserve It

Musical Listener

Children and Music

Music Teacher Analyzed

Thumb

How a Composer Works

Stumbling Blocks

In My Easy Chair

Romantic Side of Bach

How to Work up Concerts in the Smaller Cities

Mental Technic: A Suggestion

Key-Character a Fallacy

Ear Training

Advantages for Music Students in Various European Centers

Pen Picture

Crime Against Art

Open Your Eyes

How to Maintain Pupils' Interest

Happy Medium

Old Italian Method

Study of Musical Literature

Listening Well

Professional Code


Volume 14, Number 10 (October 1896), Theodore Presser Oct 1896

Volume 14, Number 10 (October 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

American Girl and the Piano

Ole Bull's First Great Success

Composer of The Maiden's Prayer

Plea for Professional Ethics

Scales—Sooner or Later?

An Artist's Love Affair

To the Pianist

Hitch Your Wagon to a Star

Teacher's Experience

Fifty Per Cent Off

Chopin's Birth

Pianoforte Pupil

Timely Word

Lunacy Among Men of Genius

Unteachable Pupils

Studio Illustration

How to Listen to Music

Concerning Late Methods

Leschetizky-Rubinstein

Necessity of a Standard of Attainment for Teachers of Music

Why and How

How to Interest Your Teacher

Emotional Affinity of a Student and Her Music

Results of Diligent ...


Volume 13, Number 01 (January 1895), Theodore Presser Jan 1895

Volume 13, Number 01 (January 1895), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Cause of Failure

Music Study and Society

Importance of Hearing Artists

Touch of Great Players

Three Classes of Pupils

Musicians and Music Lovers

Few Words About the Precursors of the Pianoforte

Justice in Music Teaching

Reputation

Concise Suggestions for Memorizing

Why of Scale Practice

Dont's for Young Singers

Music vs. Morality

How Much Shall I Charge for a Music Lesson?

William Mason on Piano Touch

Fault in Piano Playing

Musical Ear: Those Who Possess It and Those Who Don’t

One Way to Interest

Method of Practicing Exercises and Other Larger Works

Reviewing

Random Shots

How to Become an ...


Volume 12, Number 04 (April 1894), Theodore Presser Apr 1894

Volume 12, Number 04 (April 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Philadelphia Summer Music School

Technique and Feeling

Devitalized Wrist

Very Much to the Point

Valuable Contribution to Musical Criticism

Good Enough to Practice On

Classses in Biography and Musical History

Art Versus Prize-Getting

Women's Amateur Musical Clubs

Musical Taste

Public v. Private Pupils' Recitals

Review

Reason Why

Origin(?) of Certain Compositions

Some Secrets of Practice

Encourgting Young Musicians

What is Musical Intelligence?

Beethoven Sonatas

Wanted, in the Musical Profession, More Brains and Better Morals

Hints and Helps

In Jest

My Morning's Work

Let All Be Worthy and Well Tried

Necessary Reform in Charging Tuition

Extracts from Handy Music-Lexicon ...


Volume 10, Number 02 (February 1892), Theodore Presser Feb 1892

Volume 10, Number 02 (February 1892), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What is Romantic Music?

Secret of Rapid Progress

Four-Hands Playing

Requisites for Voice Teachers

Value of Analysis for Pupils

One of a Music Teacher's Perplexities

Some Useful Pieces

Pen and Pencil Sketch of Beethoven

What is Musical Life?

Home Influence Upon the Pupil's Progress

Study of Rhythm

Faults and Their Remedies

University Extension, for the Systematic Home-Study of Music

Varieties of Legato Touch

How to Learn a Piece

How to Study—How to Tecah

Musical Analysis and Phrasing

European Conservatory in St. Louis


Volume 08, Number 05 (May 1890), Theodore Presser May 1890

Volume 08, Number 05 (May 1890), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Jerusalem

Who Can Study Music with a Hope of Success?

Movements of Nerves and Muscles in Playing a Piece of Music

On Thorough Study

Thoughts on Piano Playing

One-Sided Specialism in Pianoforte Playing

Commissions to Teachers Once More

Chats on Technical Subjects

How Can the Individuality of the Musical Profession Be Raised to a Higher Level?

Raif Club in New York

To the Earnest Student and Player of the Pianoforte

Electro-Clavier

Sixth Programme from Anton Rubinstein's Cyclus of Seven Piano Recitals, with Biographical and Critical Sketch


Volume 08, Number 01 (January 1890), Theodore Presser Jan 1890

Volume 08, Number 01 (January 1890), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Liberation of the Ring Finger

Misuse of Music

Principles of Pianoforte Playing

Gustav Lange

How Shall We Increase the Respect of Educated Men for Music and Musician

Tottering Arm

Nerve Control

Artistic Development

Concerts and Lessons by Phonograph

New Standpoint of Artists

Objective and Subjective Interpretation

Rules for Major Keys

Frequency of Lessons


Volume 07, Number 08 (August 1889), Theodore Presser Aug 1889

Volume 07, Number 08 (August 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Brief Hints at Odd Times

Teaching As It Is and As It May Be

Mason's Touch and Technic

Wm. H. Sherwood on Improved Methods of Pianoforte Teaching

Constantin Sternberg's Essay

On Teaching and Teaching Reforms


Volume 07,Number 01 (January 1889), Theodore Presser Jan 1889

Volume 07,Number 01 (January 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

One-Sided Piano Teachers

Oliver Ditson

In the Teacher's Studio

Pernicious Sentiment

Tempo Rubato

Technicon in England

About Studying Music

Is the Piano a Doomed Instrument?

Current Phases of Piano Teaching

Purity of Tone in Piano Playing

Thought and Emotion in Piano Playing

Surgery for Pianoforte Players


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 02, Number 03 (March 1884), Theodore Presser Mar 1884

Volume 02, Number 03 (March 1884), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Chat With Pupils on Thorough Study

Conferring Degrees on the Music Teacher

Successes, Directions, Incentives, Developments

Graded List of Popular Music

Wisdom of Many

One Hundred Questions in Harmony

Too Much Piano: Outcry of a Sufferer

Thought or Two

Use of Slow Piano Practice

How to Awaken the Pupil's Interest


Volume 02, Number 02 (February 1884), Theodore Presser Feb 1884

Volume 02, Number 02 (February 1884), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Few Thoughts for Piano-Forte Teachers

Gottschalk

Successes, Directions, Incentives, Developments

Action of the Fifth Finger in Piano Playing and the Means of Securing a Correct Position of Hand, Arm, and Fingers

Purity and Impurity

Robert Schuman's Rules for Young Musicians, Part 2

Thoughts on Piano Playing

Fourth Finger of the Left Hand


Volume 02, Number 01 (January 1884), Theodore Presser Jan 1884

Volume 02, Number 01 (January 1884), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

On the Use of Piano Studies, Part 2

Few Thoughts for Piano-Forte Teachers

Successes, Directions, Incentives, Developments

Virginia State Music Teachers' Association

Reflections and Suggestions on Piano Technic

Robert Schumann's Rules for Young Musicians

Notes on Music

Bach's Method of Teaching

Musical Literature


Volume 01, Number 02 (November 1883), Theodore Presser Oct 1883

Volume 01, Number 02 (November 1883), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

To Our Readers

Unprofitable Study

Wisdom of Many

20 Elementary Studies

Rules for the Fingering of Scales

Preparatory Scale Exercise

Vertical Relation Between the Fore-arm, Wrist, and Hand in Piano Playing

Observations on the Study of the Piano-Forte

Virginia Association of Music Teachers

Artistic Development

Thorough Practice


Volume 01, Number 01 (October 1883), Theodore Presser Sep 1883

Volume 01, Number 01 (October 1883), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Observations on the Study of the Piano-Forte

Wisdom of Many

Cautions for Pianists

Protection of the Musical Profession