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Volume 57, Number 03 (March 1939), James Francis Cooke Mar 1939

Volume 57, Number 03 (March 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Quirks

Victor Herbert as I Knew Him: Memories of The Man and His Music

Simplicity as a Background for Art (interview with Guiomar Novaes)

Radio Flashes

Adult Piano Beginner: What Should be Done to Make the Hands Supple (interview with Isidor Philipp)

Hand and the Keyboard

William Mason—An American Master: High Lights in the World's Famous Piano Methods

Good Singing Must be Natural (interview with Bruna Castagna)

Recent Record Releases

Unknown Victor Herbert: Intimate Pictures of the Life of a Widely Loved Composer

Lazy Hand

Scrambling Pupil

Romance of Annie Laurie: The Story Behind One of the ...


Volume 54, Number 09 (September 1936), James Francis Cooke Sep 1936

Volume 54, Number 09 (September 1936), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Good Humor in Music: Do Composers Tend Toward the Sombre Colors, or Do They Inclinde Toward the Gay?

Radio and Music (interview with David Sarnoff)

Music at Harvard: From a Historical Review

Memories of William Mason and His Friends

Whetting the Children's Appetite for Music

A-440 by National Broadcast

Origin of Sousa's Name: Ridiculous and False Stories about the Ancestry of John Philip Sousa Which Should be Corrected by Etude Readers

Making Tempo Rubato Understandable

When Should Piano Study Be Commenced? A Question Asked by Thousands

Roll of Honor

Finger Independence as Applied to Bach's Fugues

How ...


Volume 39, Number 08 (August 1921), James Francis Cooke Aug 1921

Volume 39, Number 08 (August 1921), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Momentous Musical Anniversary: P.M.T.A. Celebrates Thirtieth Anniversary of the Inauguration of a Movement Which Has Become Country Wide

Greatest Thing in Technic: Dr. William Mason's Vast Technical Vision

Musical Brain-Storms and Their Results

Heyday of Music

Vocal Masterpieces for the Masses (interview with Henri Scott)

Sustaining Pedal and What It Does to Piano Music

Musical Explorer

Pianist's Vitality

Keeping Up Interest in Your Music Club

Color Effects in Piano Playing

Don'ts for Scale Playing

Bug-Bear of Dotted Notes

Variety in Scale Practice

Bad Manners at Concerts

Look Up!

Variety at Lessons

Something New in ...


Volume 32, Number 11 (November 1914), James Francis Cooke Nov 1914

Volume 32, Number 11 (November 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music in Canada

Edward MacDowell as a Teacher of Pianoforte: How the Most Eminent of American Composers Gave Instruction at the Keyboard

Waiting for Inspiration

What is America's Greatest Musical Need? A Symposium by Eminent American Musicians

Romance of Stephen Collins Foster

Three Principles of Musical Memorizing

Etude Master Study Page—The Real Wm. Mason

Interesting Studies in Piano Touch

Legion of Music Workers in America: A Wonderful Record Which Should Stir the Patriotic Pride of All American Music Lovers

To-morrow in American Music (interview with John Philip Sousa)

How to Develop Sight-Reading

Musical War Code Puzzle

How to ...


Volume 22, Number 11 (November 1904), Winton J. Baltzell Nov 1904

Volume 22, Number 11 (November 1904), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

European Centers for Music Study: Weimar German Athens

Cranky Pupil

Physicians' Diagnosic for Young Practitioners

Elementary Harmony

Musical Analysis

How May We Widen Our Influence as Teachers?

Russia's Greatest Composer: Peter Iljitch Tchaikovsky

Thoughts on Mozart

Mechanical and Musical Side of Piano Teaching

Importance of Music Training for Boys

Some Mistakes in a Musical Education

Unpopularity of Classical Music

Dr. Mason on the Arm in Playing: What Does the Arm Actually Do in Piano Playing?


Volume 19, Number 10 (October 1901), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1901

Volume 19, Number 10 (October 1901), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Useless Difficulties

Mechanical Accessories in Piano-Forte-Teaching

Our Pupils as Social Acquaintances

Waste in Musical Education

Orchestral Manner in Piano-Playing

Know the Meaning of Musical Terms

Blunder of Ambitious Students

McKinley

Interludes in Various Keys

Art of Learning to Study

First Studies in Music Biography

What Justifies the Choice of Music as a Profession?

English Women in the Orchestra

Women as Orchestral Players: An American Point of View


Volume 18, Number 07 (July 1900), Winton J. Baltzell Jul 1900

Volume 18, Number 07 (July 1900), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Artist and the Machine

Dr. William Mason's Memoires

Tale of a Would-Be Musician

Whims and Fancies of Celebrated Musicians

Sir George Grove and Schubert

How of It

Early Composers and Copyrights of this Country

Collateral Summer Reading for Musicians

Educational Value of Program Music

Some Selected Quotes for Singers from Musical Mosaics

Patti's Advice to Singers

Adventures of a Musician

Hints to Play Triplets and Chords

Curious Discovery of a Genius

Advice to the Student of Harmony: Original Work

Saint-Saens and the Phonograph

Fashions in Pianos


Volume 17, Number 03 (March 1899), Winton J. Baltzell Mar 1899

Volume 17, Number 03 (March 1899), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Loving-Cup to Dr. Mason

What a Composition Means

Education and Its Demands Upon the Modern Teacher

People to Cultivate

Training of the Ear

Popularity of Vocal Over Instrumental Music

Common-Sense Chat

Good Teacher Versus Good Player

Transformation of a Genius from a Musician's Diary

Opposition to the Violin for Girls

How to Get People to Attend Pupils' Recitals

Teaching as a Specialty

Status of Music-Study in America

Rubinstein's Theory of Practice

Curved Thumb

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

Matter of Temperament

On Special Editings and Annotations

Some Salient Points in Leschetitzky ...


Volume 14, Number 02 (February 1896), Theodore Presser Feb 1896

Volume 14, Number 02 (February 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What Is It to Be Musical?

Jean Louis Micodé

Developing Musical Feeling

Wanted—A Looking-Glass for Teachers

Attention is Genius

Musical Education—How to Procure One at Little Cost

Tact and Success

Much Neglected Staccato Practice

Requisites for a Vocal Teacher

Two Teachers and What They Did

Schwigzebeer's Fatal Mistake

What All Should Know: A Few Facts about Modern Music and Musicians

Anecdotes About Von Bülow

Concerning Ear Training

Commendable List of Music—Grade I to X

Something More of Paderewski

Cast of Liszt's Hand

Love Your Neighbor as Yourself


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 11, Number 05 (May 1893), Theodore Presser May 1893

Volume 11, Number 05 (May 1893), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Be Competent

How to Learn to Play with Expression

Progressive and Young Music Teachers and the Summer Music School

Value of Hard Work

Dr. William Mason

Clementi, Cramer, and Czerny

Curved Line

Imitative Teaching

Musical Study for Children

Hero Worship

Sharp Four in the Minor Mode

Exactness in Fingering

Model Student

Experience, Suggestions, Trials, Etc.

From the Teacher's Standpoint

Why They Fail

Re-Studying of Compositions

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

Types of Muisc Teachers


Volume 11, Number 01 (January 1893), Theodore Presser Jan 1893

Volume 11, Number 01 (January 1893), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Concerning Arm-Touch

Statement from Wm. Mason

Is the Musical Profession Over-Crowded?

Teachers and Teachers

Practical Suggestions

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

List of Piano Studies

Patience

Pupils and Practice

Who Shall Select Pieces?

Musicians Have Good Memories

Teaching of Musical Form

Johannes Brahms

Foundations Work

Methods of Self-Education in Music

Pleasures of Musical Analysis

Phonograph in Music Study

Modern Musical Education

Pedagogical Aspect of Piano Teaching

Frederick Chopin

Teacher as a Missionary


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 07, Number 11 (November 1889), Theodore Presser Nov 1889

Volume 07, Number 11 (November 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dr. William Mason

Worth Repeating

Music to be Beautiful Must be Scientific

Counterpoint—Beethoven's Idea

New Course of Piano Instruction

Krause's Studies in Measure and Rhythm

Musical Prodigies

Thought Versus Emotion

Depressed Knuckle-Joint Piano Practice

Artistic Uses of the Practice Clavier

Talent—Pianistic Talent

Touch and Technic

Technique

Education

Chopin's Method of Teaching

Bidwell Pocket Hand Exerciser

Wanted: A Good Instruction-Book for Beginners

Emotional Character of the Different Keys