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Volume 14, Number 11 (November 1896), Theodore Presser Nov 1896

Volume 14, Number 11 (November 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Things Which the Musical Profession Owes Itself

Music Chats with Children

American Artists

Class in Ear-Training

Mendelssohn's Piano Playing

Art and Ease

Artist vs. Amateur

Modesty in Music

Chopin's Notes for a Method of Methods

Is the Study of Music Profitable?

Difference Between Studying and Cramming

As a Man Thinketh So Is His Work

Thoughts About the Most Salient Features of Music Life—Teaching and Otherwise

Musical Mischief-Breeders

Beethoven and the Ladies

How to Stimulate Practice

Playing by Ear

Rough and Musical Bülow

Some Mistakes of the Provincial Musician

Correction

Is Mendelssohn to be Ranked Among the ...


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 14, Number 09 (September 1896), Theodore Presser Sep 1896

Volume 14, Number 09 (September 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Liszt's Pen-Picture of Chopin

Music and Money

Our Trials

Illustrated Music Lessons

M. Saint-Saëns

My Piano Teacher Criticised

How to Interest Beginners

How Shall We Interest Our Pupils?

Musical Thief

New Chapter of Touch

Male and Female Teachers

To One About to Enter the Profession

Analysis of Bach's Prelude and Fugue in C Major and C Minor

Class Work in Musical Criticism

Some of the Pupils We Meet With


Volume 14, Number 08 (August 1896), Theodore Presser Aug 1896

Volume 14, Number 08 (August 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Care of the Reed Organ

Hour or Half Hour?

Ruts

Studio Experience

Plea for Short and Easier Pieces

Fritz Spindler

Errors in Piano Practice

Points for the Young Pianist

Indolence and Indifference

Women Pianists

Success and Failure in the Musical Profession

Musical Fools

Summer Days

Fingers, Wrist, and Arm

Better Lessons—How to Get Them

Sense and Non-Sense


Volume 14, Number 07 (July 1896), Theodore Presser Jul 1896

Volume 14, Number 07 (July 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Description of Last Island

Mme. Clara Schumann

Commendable List of Music—Grade I to X

Hints About Memorizing

Outside Helps to Young Musicians

Letter of the Law

Why Some Pupils Hate Music

Golden Rules of Vocal Teachers

How to Hold Pupils

Music as a Social Factor

Chat with Students

Music and Manhood

Be Gracious

Word About Two Popular Composers

Power of Persistence

Anecdote

What is Classic Music?

Bicycle Craze and Music

Edward Schuett

Edmund Neupert

Ideal


Volume 14, Number 06 (June 1896), Theodore Presser Jun 1896

Volume 14, Number 06 (June 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Johann Sebastian Bach and George F. Root Monument Fund

Gounod's Visit to Mendelssohn

On the Interpretation of Chopin's Works (prize essay)

Teachers Ignorant and Erudite (prize essay)

Does the Acquisition of Artistic Education and Taste Necessitate the Lose of the Power to Enjoy? (prize essay)

Some Advice to the Parents of Music Students

Aim High

Anecdote of Henselt

Town Libraries

How to Make a Vacation Profitable

Music and the Bicycle

Pedal

To Awaken Enthusiasm

Division of Difficulties

Music for the Uncultivated

Petty Cheating in Music

After Graduation—What?

Mental Backbone

Vacation or Vexation

What an Artist Advises About ...


Volume 14, Number 05 (May 1896), Theodore Presser May 1896

Volume 14, Number 05 (May 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Fidelity to Music

What is the Use of a Musical Education

Plea for the Other Side

Musical Hypocrisy

Sober Chat

Breadth in Teaching

Will-Power and Success

Paderewski in His Daily Life

Genius

Place of Music in Education

Musical Thermometer

Don't Crush Individuality

Selection of Pieces

Technic or Not Technic

Three Bad Cases—Remedies Applied—Results

Washing a Piano

American Composer of the Future

To Amateurs

Good Playing Makes Classic Music Popular

Should Pupils Hear Their Pieces?

Letters to Pupils

Real Paderewski

Two Worthy Objects


Volume 14, Number 04 (April 1896), Theodore Presser Apr 1896

Volume 14, Number 04 (April 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Where Ignorance is Bliss—!

Selecting a Piano

Art of Singing Applied to the Piano

Maxims for Young Teachers

Dr. Mason and the Pressure Touch

Appeal

Some Elements Necessary to the Success of a Pupil of the Pianoforte

For Amateurs: What is a Theme and Counter Theme in Music?

Half-Baked Musicians

Faults of Pianists

Selection of Pieces for Teaching

Cultivation of Memory in Piano Students

Something for Every One

How Gounod Managed the Church Committee

Paderewski's Hands

How to Combine the Art and the Business of Music

Am Beyond the Mark to Hit the Mark

Woman's Future

Music Lesson ...


Volume 14, Number 03 (March 1896), Theodore Presser Mar 1896

Volume 14, Number 03 (March 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Anecdotes About Rubinstein

Method in Piano Teaching

Some Valuable Information

Metronome, Its Use

Bülow as Liszt's Pupil

Music Teaching in a Small Town

How Parents Often Prevent Their Child's Advancement

No Genius Without Work

Word on Playing From Memory

Cornelius Gurlitt

Avoid Over-Fatigue

What Becomes of All the Music Pupils?

Two Ways to Win

To Interest in Scale Practice

Chapter on Musical Education

Professional Courtesy Among Musicians

Have We Competent Teachers

Mlle. Chaminade


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 14, Number 12 (December 1896), Theodore Presser Jan 1896

Volume 14, Number 12 (December 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

One Hand Alone

Submerged Melodies

Fillmore, John C.

Intention and Success

Playing by Memory

Evil of the Time

Avoidance of the Commonplace

Music Chats with Children

Music Teachers' Problem

Theodor Kullak

Let Singers Beward of Doctors

Humorous Incident

Is Marriage Inimical to Music? If so, Why?

New Story of Paganini

Plea for My Last Teacher

Needs of Piano Students and How They May be Secured

Secret of Musical Expression

Extract

For the Suppression of Din

Why Study Musical History?

Obstacles They Met, and How They Overcame Them: Lessons in Perseverance from the Lives of the Masters

Most Difficult Piece

How ...


Volume 14, Number 01 (January 1896), Theodore Presser Jan 1896

Volume 14, Number 01 (January 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Ultra Sensitive

Rambling Talk

Hints for the Studio: How to Gain the Greatest Good from Pupil Recitals

Faults in the Editions of Chopin's Works

Make Study Interesting

Failures

Mechanical Aids for Piano Playing

Description of Beethoven's Pastoral Sonata

Thinking Sound

How We Have Progressed

Study of Music Criticism

Interview with a Pianist (interview with M. Henri Falckes)

Niccolai von Wilm

Piano Nuisance

Estimate of Bach

Should Music Teachers Be Performers?

How Is it Pronounced?

Irregular Groups

What is the Effect of Touch on the Piano?

Plea for Keeping Time

Paderewski Technic