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Volume 74, Number 01 (January 1956), Guy Mccoy Jan 1956

Volume 74, Number 01 (January 1956), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What Was Mozart's Playing Like?

Creative Contrast in Mozart Mozart Bicentennial: A Partial Listing of Programs Honoring This Event For the Coming Year

Caring for the Voice (interview with Cesare Siepi)

Tape Recorder in the Music Room: Suggestions for the Use of Recording Equipment in the Educational Field

In the Steps of Mozart: A Brief Look at the Master's Life and Times as They Affected His Creative Output

Bartók, the Teacher—As I Knew Him


Volume 73, Number 12 (December 1955), Guy Mccoy Dec 1955

Volume 73, Number 12 (December 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

I Heard the Bells

Christmas Concerts at Grand Central

It Shouldn't be a Battle (interview with Otto Harbach)

Soviet Russia's Top Pianist Makes Sensational Début in America

To Cosima—With Love

Great Church Rebuilds Its Organ

Orchestra in the Daily Life of Your School

Music Postage Bill Passes Senate


Volume 73, Number 11 (November 1955), Guy Mccoy Nov 1955

Volume 73, Number 11 (November 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Vienna State Opera Re-opens

More Than Teaching (interview with Lotte Lehmann)

Musical Tour Through Europe Boris Goldovsky's New

Deal in Opera Trends in Piano Playing (interview with Benno Moiseiwitsch)


Volume 73, Number 10 (October 1955), Guy Mccoy Oct 1955

Volume 73, Number 10 (October 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Folk Music in Civilization

In Memorium - Mrs. Eduard MacDowell (1857-1956)

Wallingford Riegger—Composer and Pedagog

Loring Club

Bach of High Fidelity (interview with Robert D. Darrell)

Glenn Gould, A Début and a Personality


Volume 73, Number 09 (September 1955), Guy Mccoy Sep 1955

Volume 73, Number 09 (September 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

The Messrs R and H

Utah's Singing Ambassadors of Good Will

Carl Sandburg, the Musician

Eugène d'Albert Reveals How Liszt Prepared for Scales

Music vs. Guns

Orchestra Member's Check List

Highly Significant Step (editorial)

Requirements for an Artistic Career (interview with Joseph Szigeti)

Contemporary Music—An Essential Part of the School Music Program


Volume 73, Number 08 (August 1955), Guy Mccoy Aug 1955

Volume 73, Number 08 (August 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Golden Age Grandee

Playing Piano Duets Can Be Fascinating

California Women's Symphony Orchestra: The Intriguing Story of the Orchestra That is at Present Considered the Oldest in the United States

Acoustics and the Organist

World's Largest Piano Class

Making of Music, Part 2

Values in Ballet Study (interview with Mia Stavenska)

Why Minor Signatures?


Volume 73, Number 07 (July 1955), Guy Mccoy Jul 1955

Volume 73, Number 07 (July 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Toward Greater Piano Pleasures (interview with Alec Templeton)

Appreciation Through Participation

Making of Music

What Do You Want from Piano Lessons?

Rewards of a Successful Musical Career (interview with Richard Crooks)

Story of the National Ballet of Canada On the Threshold:The Emergence of the Symphonic Band

Success Lies in Service (interview with Gregor Piatigorsky)

Pianist's Page

Outstanding Compositions of the Year: Some of the Best Educational Publications of 1955


Volume 73, Number 06 (June 1955), Guy Mccoy Jun 1955

Volume 73, Number 06 (June 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music Al Fresco

Education of a Pianist

Music and Religious Drama

Carlos Chávez, Mexico's Mr. Music

Delightful Delusion: A Dramatic Account of Specific Ways on Which Music and Its Sister Art, the Dance, are Used Singing City

Sunnybank Quintet

World's Most Widely Sung Tune

Staging: Part Three—Operettas and Light Operas

Kayser Studies, Part 3: An Analysis of the Last Twelve

Ivory Towers are Boring: The Thrilling Story of the Aspen (Colorado) Music School How Can We Hold Our Adolescent Pupils?

Memoir of a Prince of Pianists: A Touching Incident of the Closing Days of the Immortal Ignace ...


Volume 73, Number 05 (May 1955), Guy Mccoy May 1955

Volume 73, Number 05 (May 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Problems of the Operatic Conductor (interview with Alberto Erede)

Musical Experience of the Classroom Teacher

Universal Appeal of Sir William Walton's First Opera

Development of Pianism (interview with Robert Casadesus)

Does Practice Make Perfect?

Music and the Mails

Youth Made the Challenge


Volume 73, Number 04 (April 1955), Guy Mccoy Apr 1955

Volume 73, Number 04 (April 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music Festivals Abroad this Summer

Soloist with Toscanini (interview with Herva Nelli)

Beethoven of Bonn

Xaver Scharwenka—A Great Artist and Teacher

Two Centuries of Trombones

Music in the Little Red Schoolhouse

Birthday Bells for Bell

Kayser Studies: An Analysis of the Second Twelve


Volume 73, Number 03 (March 1955), Guy Mccoy Mar 1955

Volume 73, Number 03 (March 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 5th ed.—A Review

Question of Touch (interview with Jan Smeterlin)

National Association of Schools of Music

Interpretation of the Religious Folk-Songs of the American Negro

My First Meeting with Bartók

Chorale That's Different

Eastern Music Camp

Common Sense Planning for the School Orchestra

Immortality of Melody (an editorial)


Volume 73, Number 02 (February 1955), Guy Mccoy Feb 1955

Volume 73, Number 02 (February 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Era of the Borge

Developing Musical Understanding in Teacher Training

NAACC Comes of Age

Comical Opera

Building Programs—And Singing Them

Kayser Studies for Violin, Op. 20—An Analysis of the First Twelve

Music in Germany Since the War

Talented Musical Family.


Volume 73, Number 01 (January 1955), Guy Mccoy Jan 1955

Volume 73, Number 01 (January 1955), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

World's Most Holy Hour—Poem

Challenge to America

Christmas Concerto

Minimum Instrumental Performance Requirements for Music Education Majors

Lillian Baldwin and the Cleveland Story

American Academy of Teachers of Singing

Orchestra Department

Important Rôle of the String Orchestra in School Music

Christmas with the Composers


Volume 72, Number 12 (December 1954), Guy Mccoy Dec 1954

Volume 72, Number 12 (December 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

World's Most Holy Hour—Poem

Challenge to America

Christmas Concerto

Minimum Instrumental Performance Requirements for Music Education Majors

Lillian Baldwin and the Cleveland Story

American Academy of Teachers of Singing

Orchestra Department

Important Rôle of the String Orchestra in School Music

Christmas with the Composers


Volume 72, Number 11 (November 1954), Guy Mccoy Nov 1954

Volume 72, Number 11 (November 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

On Teaching Bach

With Chopin in Japan

Barber Shop Brotherhood

Waukesha's Plan Pays Off

First Step Is . . . Honesty (interview with Richard Tucker)

Story of MTNA, Part 2

School Orchestra Today: What Successful School Orchestra Teachers Believe

Make This a Happy Musical Thanksgiving (an editorial)

Practicing and Teaching (interview with Erica Morini)

Empiricism and Science in Teaching Voice Production


Volume 72, Number 10 (October 1954), Guy Mccoy Oct 1954

Volume 72, Number 10 (October 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Liszt's Treasures in Washington

How to Write Good Tunes

Dance Art Develops a Notation

Fascinating Ensemble of Flute and Organ

Story of MTNA

Results Count!

Is There an Italian Method? (interview with Fedora Barbieri)

Present Aims and Objectives in Choral Music

Ernest Bloch Sonata: A Descriptive Analysis


Volume 72, Number 09 (September 1954), Guy Mccoy Sep 1954

Volume 72, Number 09 (September 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Choral Problems and Choral Clinics (interview with Peter J. Wilhousky)

Music and the Mechanically Minded Student

Contemporary Musical Creation in Education

Recitals: To Have or Not to Have Them

Breaking a Boston Symphony Tradition

So Paderewski Played the Trombone! (an editorial)

Once in a Century Mid-Summer Idyll—Salzburg

London's Unique New Festival Hall


Volume 72, Number 08 (August 1954), Guy Mccoy Aug 1954

Volume 72, Number 08 (August 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Harpsichord To-Day (interview with Ralph Kirkpatrick)

How Important is Music?

Beethoven and Bubble Gum

Bells from Across the Seas

Rural Music: It's Not All Hillbilly

Magic of Leopold Auer (interview with Benno Rabinof)

Making Good as a Music Teacher (an editorial)

How to Sing More Fluently (interview with Crystal Waters)

San Francisco's New Musical Leader (interview with Enrique Jorda)


Volume 72, Number 07 (July 1954), Guy Mccoy Jul 1954

Volume 72, Number 07 (July 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Ideas for the Piano (interview with Hilde Somer)

Neighborhood Music Settlement

Opera in Canada

Credit of the Music Teacher (an editorial)

Role of Music in Israel (interview with Jacques Singer)

Is the Falsetto False?

Musical Ghosts Linger Not Here!

Pointers for the Church Organist (interview with Joseph W. Clokey)

Let Them Make Songs of Their Own

They Sing for Pleasure


Volume 72, Number 06 (June 1954), Guy Mccoy Jun 1954

Volume 72, Number 06 (June 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Problems of the Concertmaster

Tarheel Orchestra Takes to the Road

Destiny and Genius

Boys' Choir of Morelia

Haydn: The Man Who Overcame Success

General Who Set Victory to Music

Music Eases the Work Load

So Your Child Has Musical Talent?

Music at Ocean Grove (interview with Walter D. Eddowes)

Summer Instrumental Music Program

Bayreuth—Today and Yesterday

A.G.O. Convenes What To Do About the Left-Handed Violin Beginner

Master Lesson on Bach's Fugue in C-Sharp Minor


Volume 72, Number 05 (May 1954), Guy Mccoy May 1954

Volume 72, Number 05 (May 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Concerning Interpretation (interview with Paul Badura-Skoda)

Key to Grieg's World: Bergen's First International Festival

Protecting the World's Most Valuable Musical Instrument (an editorial)

And Sweetly Trilled the Fipple Flute

Mr. Opera Takes a Curtain

Small Start (interview with Claramae Turner) Those Four-Year Olds Who Bang the Baldwin

Too Old? Don't You Believe It!


Volume 72, Number 04 (April 1954), Guy Mccoy Apr 1954

Volume 72, Number 04 (April 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Rachmaninoff As I Knew Him

What I Learned Singing in Competitions (interview with Carol Smith)

I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes (an editorial)

Down Upon the Suwannee

Sir Thomas Beecham—Musical Philanthropist

Do You Know How Your Piano is Tuned and Why?

What Price Vocal Longevity


Volume 72, Number 03 (March 1954), Guy Mccoy Mar 1954

Volume 72, Number 03 (March 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Have Fun Improvising! (interview with Alec Templeton)

Those Mitchell Choirboys

Use of the Flutes in the Works of J.S. Bach

Trossingen—The Little Town That Lives By Music

Piano Recitals of Tomorrow

Prepare Now for Summer Music Study (an editorial)

Slezaks—Father and Son Chopin's Influence on

Modern Music (Part 2)

J.S. Bach: Two-Part Invention in C Minor—Bach, A Master Lesson


Volume 72, Number 02 (February 1954), Guy Mccoy Feb 1954

Volume 72, Number 02 (February 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Approach to Beethoven (interview with Claudio Arrau)

Music's Royal Heritage: From Early Times to the Present Royalty has Bestowed Many Favors and Much Assistance to Music and Musicians

Personal Reminiscences of Jacques Thibaud

Pre-Kindergarten School

Chopin's Influence on Modern Music

Preparing for an Operatic Career (interview with Camilla Williams)

Playing the Church Service

Music Comes to the Little Red School House: A Unique Arrangement Which Has Proved Its Worth in Bringing Music to Children Who Otherwise Would be Deprived of It

William Kapell—An Informal Sketch By His Teacher


Volume 72, Number 01 (January 1954), Guy Mccoy Jan 1954

Volume 72, Number 01 (January 1954), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Albert Schweitzer, The Man and Musician Music and the Rose Parade

New Year of Musical Opportunities (an editorial)

Meet Miss Hebden—Canadian Ambassadress for Music

Making of a Conductor (interview with Dimitri Mitropoulos)

Advice from the Golden Age (interview with Giovanni Martinelli)

Pianist Finds Himself (interview with Seymour Lipkin)

Old Opera with New Ways

Choir with a Vision

New Life for Old Music

Master Lesson on Schubert's Moment Musical in A-Flat, Op. 94, No. 6


Volume 71, Number 11 (November 1953), Guy Mccoy Nov 1953

Volume 71, Number 11 (November 1953), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Genius Begins with Maturity (interview with Yehudi Menuhin)

Paderewski as I Knew Him

Problems of a Genuine Musical Culture in America

Challenge of Operatic Performance on Television

Musical Critical Assault and Battery (an editorial)

Some Characteristics of Good Piano Teaching

Dance Accompanist

If You Hope for a Film Career (interview with Jeanette MacDonald)

Jacques Thibaud—In Memoriam


Volume 71, Number 10 (October 1953), Guy Mccoy Oct 1953

Volume 71, Number 10 (October 1953), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

American Way of Life in Art (interview with Lauritz Melchior)

Revival at the Opéra

Century of Tradition

Piano Triumphs

Korea Concerto

Must You Sing? (Part 2)


Volume 71, Number 09 (September 1953), Guy Mccoy Sep 1953

Volume 71, Number 09 (September 1953), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Preparation for Opera (interview with Licia Albanese)

What Can Technical Instruction Achieve?

Piano Art of Ferruccio Busoni

What the Junior Music Festival Can Do For Your State

Mental Practice (interview with Aldo Ciccolini)

Must You Sing?

Symphony of Bells: An Authoritative Discussion of a New Development in the Electronic Carillion Field

Place of the Non-Concertizing Artist in America's Music

Marketing the Music Manuscript


Volume 71, Number 08 (August 1953), Guy Mccoy Aug 1953

Volume 71, Number 08 (August 1953), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Impressions of Bayreuth (interview with Astrid Varnay)

Bright Lantern: New Methods for Piano Teachers

Lully—Master Musician

Children Designed This Opera Production

Do's and Dont's for Parents

Making Friends Through Music (An editorial)

America's Rich Musical Heritage (interview with Annabel Morris Buchanan)

Mastering the Cello (interview with Aldo Parisot)

Music Therapy—A New Occupational Horizon

Faulty Rendering of Appogiaturas


Volume 71, Number 07 (July 1953), Guy Mccoy Jul 1953

Volume 71, Number 07 (July 1953), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Road to Musicianship (interview with Mischa Elman)

Good Health is a Major Asset to the Vocal Artist (interview with David Poleri)

Pennies in the Tambourine (An editorial)

Well-Tempered Piano Tuner (interview with John H. Steinway)

Master of Masters—A Tribute to Arcangelo Corelli

That Cancelled Lesson

Career as a Mortuary Organist (interview with Gene Driskill)

Music Out of Old Mexico

Child is Father to the Man: An Authoritative Discussion of the Question When to Begin Vocal Instruction with Children

Democratic Process in Music: An Intelligent Discussion of the Pros and Cons of Group Instruction

Music of the Coronation Service