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Volume 16, Number 11 (November 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Nov 1897

Volume 16, Number 11 (November 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Song Writers of the Day

American Conservatories

Genius

Playing by Ear

Leschetizky on Technic

Talent-Pianistic Talent

Education

How to Teach: How to Study

Verdi's First Success

Adolphe Henselt as a Teacher

How Chopin Played

Wise Teacher

Why We Lose Interest in Certain Pieces

Melba's First Concert

Dullard's Service to Art

Beautiful Thought

Plea for Broader Musicianship

Musical Listener

A Popular Readig Course for a Some-what Advanced Student

Would-Be Paderewski

Three Suggestions

Every Man His Own Critic

Odd Musical Creature

Ten Cardinal Points in the Early Musical Education

What We Get Out of Music

Songs and Song Making


Volume 15, Number 10 (October 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1897

Volume 15, Number 10 (October 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

On the Virtues of India-Rubber: A Pupil's Plea

Piano and the Left Hand

Tale with a Moral

Women as Piano Tuners

You Can Lead a Horse to Water, But You Can Not Make Him Drink

Greatest Dates in Music

Impositions on Musicians

Music Teacher and His Work

Piano and Pianist at the Summer Hotel

Feel Music: Think Music

Business Side of Music: About Piano Commissions, etc.

Pilgrim of Art

Development in Firmness of Rhythm

Would-Be Paderewski

Wasting a Pupil's Time

Brains and Music

Oddities of Great Musicians

Aphorisms of Art-Philosophy

Neglected Pianoforte Compositions

At the Musicale

I Have ...


Volume 15, Number 09 (September 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Sep 1897

Volume 15, Number 09 (September 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Would-Be Paderewski

Music No Hindrance to Getting On

Some Don'ts for Students Who are Going to Germany to Study Music

Playing in Public

From Recent Programmes

Neglected Essential: Music and Languages

Self-Exaltation

Time Values

Flowers by the Wayside

Not Yourself, But Your Art

Four Stages of Student Life

Physical Exercises an Aid to Artistic Piano Playing

How a Pupil Rose to Success

Should Piano Students Attend Piano Recitals?

For the Student's Encouragement

Reading New Music

Extracts from Reinecke's Hints to Music Students

Materials and Workmanship

Ear Training

Study on Phrasing

Reed Organ as an Aid in Piano ...


Volume 15, Number 08 (August 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Aug 1897

Volume 15, Number 08 (August 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Piano and Our Girls

For Juvenile Recital: When Malindy Sings (poem)

Protecting the Artistic Sense

Can a Poor Ear be Improved?

Pianoforte Study

Whither Are We Drifting: Realism in Music

Wit of Composers

Musical Stage Fright

Bach Anecdotes

Liszt and Tausig

Story Teller: For Summer Reading

Counting Time

My Fellow-Students

Aids in Teaching Time Values

Guide to Pianists

Musical Listener

Automatism in Technic

Promising Indication

Musical Inconsistencies

Day's Practice

Appreciative Audience

Plea for Pimary Instruction in Harmony

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

Truly Great Musician

How Music Affects Some People

Remarkable Definitions ...


Volume 15, Number 07 (July 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Jul 1897

Volume 15, Number 07 (July 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Listener

Means Available in Piano Teaching

Truths in a Nut-Shell

Plagiarism in Music

Child Nature

Learn to Think

Some Passing Notes

Forty Good Resolutions for the Music Student

Usefulness of Some Recent Composition

Common Mistake and Its Deplorable Results

Recreation in Music

Character Will Out

Student Life in Berlin

My Fellow-Students

Memorizing

Moonlight Sonata: Or, What's in a Name?

Plea for Idealism in Music

Touch: Physical, Physiological, and Esthetic

Art of Preparing a Programme

Benefit of Seeing and Hearing Concert and Opera


Volume 15, Number 06 (June 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1897

Volume 15, Number 06 (June 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Pianoforte Study: Hints on Piano Playing

Mozart's Journey from Vienna to Prague: A Romance of His Private Life

Musical Vitiation

What Our Profession Needs

Original of Chopin's Funeral March

Means Available in Piano Teaching

Anecdote of Liszt

Thoughts on Expression

Mistaken

Comments on Two Important Subjects

Finger Quality in Piano Playing

Selection of Teachers

Folk-Music

Three Golden Rules

Pupils' Musicales

Musical Listener

Tragic Side of Music Study

Music Education

Practicing the Hands Separately


Volume 15, Number 05 (May 1897), Winton J. Baltzell May 1897

Volume 15, Number 05 (May 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Points in Music Teaching

Music Education

Play with Brains

Pianoforte Study: Hints on Piano Playing

Massage as a Means for Developing Suppleness in the Fingers

Music for Piano Students

Like unto a Magnet

Rubinstein's Thoughts

My Fellow-Students

Music Cure Again

Appogiaturas and Passing Notes

Mozart's Journey from Vienna to Prague: A Romance of His Private Life

Death of Brahms

Wasted Efforts

Good Advice for Composers

Hypocrisy in Music

Modern Music, or Feed for Thought

Ruskin on Music

Value of an Objective Point

Art of Playing Accompaniments

Use of Slow Piano Practice

Find Your Proper Niche

Vehicle of Music


Volume 15, Number 04 (April 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Apr 1897

Volume 15, Number 04 (April 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Modern Musical Definitions

Have I Talent?

Peculiarities of Popular Teachers

Mozart's Journey from Vienna to Prague: A Romance of His Private Life

Chat with Students on the Purpose of Study

Teachers Who Scold

How Do We Listen?

Ring-Finger

Hearing Colors

Musical Listener

Reading Course: Outline of Psychology

Leschetizky as a Teacher: Reminiscences of a Pupil

Keep Your Temper

Great Thoughts About the Hands

Dull Pupil

Concerning Practice and Other Points of Interest to Students

Calvé on American Musicians

Pianofore Study: Hints on Piano Playing


Volume 15, Number 03 (March 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Mar 1897

Volume 15, Number 03 (March 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Listener

Clayton Johns

On Choosing Music

First Lessons

Why We Have So Few Musicians

Some Wholesome Truths for Teachers

Sieveking's Mode of Practice

W.J. Henderson

Study the Nature of Melody

How Long Should One Practice?

Henry T. Finck

Soul of Music

Music Scrap-Book

Beginning and Development of Pianoforte Playing

Common Sense in Music

Mozart's Journey from Vienna to Prague: A Romance of His Private Life

Why Study Harmony?

Queer Traits of Great Musicians

Art of Programme-Making

Louis C. Elson

Backward Pupils


Volume 15, Number 02 (February 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Feb 1897

Volume 15, Number 02 (February 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical items

Music Study in Chicago

New York, the Place for the Music Student

Wm. H. Sherwood Writes

Studio Meditations

Bridge between Mechanism and Esthetic Piano Playing

Personal Power and Influence

Class-Work for the Piano-Student

Mozart's Journey from Vienna to Prague: A Romance of His Private Life

Broken Stairways

Johannes Brahms

The Use and Abuse of the Piano-Forte Pedal

Are Exercises Necessary?

Komikal Kadenza

Recitals, Pro and Con

One Type

Letters to Teachers

Marchesi's Opinion of American Voices

Musical Listener

Fools

Harmonic Analysis: An Aid to Piano Students

Trials of a Student

Pleas for Mediocre Talent


Volume 15, Number 12 (December 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1897

Volume 15, Number 12 (December 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Make a Living

Apology for the Piano

Remedy Suggestion

Song Writers of the Day

Bit of Biography

Talent for Technic is not Musical Talent

Musical Listener

Monomaniac in Music

How to Teach—How to Study

Are We Not Giving Too Much Thought to the Technical Side of Music, Thereby Losing Sight of the True Meaning of the Art?

Treatment of Unpromising Pupils

Cathedral Chimes at Christmas Eve

Strongest Thing in the World

Music Touched His Heart

What a Music Teacher Ought to Know

Starting Pupils Aright

Mozart and Pure Beauty

How to Study

Would-Be Paderewski

Keeping Up with ...


Volume 15, Number 01 (January 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1897

Volume 15, Number 01 (January 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mr. Emil Liebling's Bach Course

Common Sense of Piano Teaching

Should Teachers Employ Collectors?

Souls or Stomachs, Which?

Singing the Counts

Music in its Relation to Health

Nervous Pupil

Boston as Musical Center for the Student

Cincinnati as a City for the Music Student

Talent and Intelligence Contrasted

What Method Do You Teach?

Should a Singing-Teacher Be Able to Sing?

One of Bob's Tramps: A Musical Tale

Talk About Some Early German Folk-Songs

High Prices Realized from Songs

Blasts from The Ram's Horn

Musical Listener

Wanted—A New System of Musical Notation

Better Understanding

That First Lesson ...