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Volume 26, Number 12 (December 1908), James Francis Cooke Dec 1908

Volume 26, Number 12 (December 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Tschaikowski's Appreciation of Grieg

How to Play My Best Know Pieces

Schumann's Industry as a Piano Student

Schubert's Love of Nature

Secret of Public Appearance

Wagner's Phenomenal Imagination

Training of a Concert Pianist, Part 1

We Shoot at a Flying Mark

Paying for Lessons

With Anton Rubinstein in the Class-Room

Teaching the Scales and Arpeggios

Securing Arm Control at the Keyboard

Lesson with Dr. Hans von Bülow

Make Every Movement Count

Question of Equipment

Musical Comedy of Errors

How Chopin Played

Dvorak on Why Bohemia is Musical

What Teachers and Pupils Could Do for American Music ...


Volume 26, Number 11 (November 1908), James Francis Cooke Nov 1908

Volume 26, Number 11 (November 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Invention of the Nocturne

Stephen Heller—His Life and Works

From Rubinstein's Note-Book

Superstititions of Concert Pianists

Effective Piano Practice

American Students Should Study in America

What the Masters of Music Have Accomplished in Old Age: Remarkable Instances of Musical Activity and Intellectual Fecundity Late in Life

Musical Atmosphere in America

What Constitutes Beauty in Piano Playing

Classical Music as a Basis of Pianoforte Instruction

Handel's Youth


Volume 26, Number 10 (October 1908), James Francis Cooke Oct 1908

Volume 26, Number 10 (October 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Profitable Physical Exercises for Piano Students

About the Metronome

Paul Wachs: A French Composer Whose Drawing Room Pieces Have Been Exceptionally Successful

How the Masters Waited and Worked for Success: Tales of Persistence and Patience that Paid in the End

How a Musical Note-Book Helps Children

How to Play Chopin

Important Musical Activities Abroad

Musical Magazine and the Village Student

Self-Help Hints on Etude Music: Practical Explanatory Notes for Ambitious, Progressive Teachers and Students


Volume 26, Number 09 (September 1908), James Francis Cooke Sep 1908

Volume 26, Number 09 (September 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Influence of Chopin

Life of Dr. William Mason

Journalistic Comment on Dr. Mason's Death

What is Gipsy Music?

Appreciation of Dr. Mason

Dr. Mason's Genius as a Teacher

William Mason Model Teacher

Pithy Sayings by Dr. Mason

Dr. Mason's Personality

With Dr. Mason in the Studio

Music in the Old World: What the Masters of Europe are Thinking and Doing

Basis of Music Memory

Passing of the Square Piano

Eccentric Moods and Manners of the Great Composers


Volume 26, Number 08 (August 1908), James Francis Cooke Aug 1908

Volume 26, Number 08 (August 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Should Amateurs be Given a Different Course of Study Than Professional Students?

Class Teaching Versus Private Teaching

False Stories in Musical History

Importance of Music in the Home Life

Rimsky-Korsakov: 1844-1908

Musical Libraries

Piano Lessons by the Great Masters: Franz Liszt

Practical Church Music

Increased Valuation of Music in our Government

How Music May Alleviate Suffering

Bach Becoming Popular


Volume 26, Number 07 (July 1908), James Francis Cooke Jul 1908

Volume 26, Number 07 (July 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dr. Robert Goldbeck, Prominent German-American Musician and Educator, Deceased

Lessons with Kullak: How the Great German Pedagogue Taught

Questionable Advantages of Foreign Study

Is the Piano a Disadvantage in Early Musical Education? (Symposium)

Correct Pronunciation of the Names of Well-Known Musicians

Acquisition of a Loose Wrist

How the Music Teacher is Hampered by Pupils' School Work

Necessity of a Vacation for Musicians and Students

Musical Development Late in Life

Educational Value of Musical Postal Cards

Egotism in Music

Reginald de Koven upon Night Work


Volume 26, Number 06 (June 1908), James Francis Cooke Jun 1908

Volume 26, Number 06 (June 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Child Who Can't

Some Eccentricities of Musical Genius

Self-Made Masters in Music: How Schubert, Haydn, Raff, Wagner, Elgar and Others Taught Themselves—Practical Advice for Students Who are Forced to Carve Out Their Own Careers Without the Assistance of a Teacher

How Public School Music Should Help the Private Music Teacher

Should Music be Studied by High School Pupils?

Is the Piano a Disadvantage in Early Musical Education? A Symposium Upon a Vital Subject by Many Well-Known Teachers and Artists

How Correct Accenting Helps the Student

Making the Summer Profitable: Opinions of Practical Teachers upon Rest and Study in ...


Volume 26, Number 05 (May 1908), James Francis Cooke May 1908

Volume 26, Number 05 (May 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Student Days in Weimar With Liszt: Reminiscences of an American Virtuoso and Teacher Who Won the Interest of the Greatest Master of the Keyboard

Extending the Compass of a Hand Without Injury

Securing Pupils

Helpful Ideas for the Younger Piano Teacher

Difficulties of Teachers in Small Towns

Leopold Godowsky on Natural Technic

Retaining the Loyalty of Old Pupils

Rise of the Virtuoso

Necessity of Credentials for Music Teachers

Some Essentials of Pianoforte Tone Production

Good Way to Teaach Odd Rhythms

Mothers as Assistant Teachers


Volume 26, Number 04 (April 1908), James Francis Cooke Apr 1908

Volume 26, Number 04 (April 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Newly Discovered Sketch by Mozart with its Musical Explanation

Sustained Finger Exercises

Co-öperation of Teacher and Student

Stimulating the Pupil's Ambition

Autobiography of a Rhapsody of Liszt

Suggestions Relating to Scale Fingering

Some Factors that Aid Good Teaching

Thirty-minute Lesson

Wagner's Witty Remarks on the Oratorio in England

Difficulties of the Young Music Teacher

What Should the Amateur Pianist be Taught of Harmony

Allow the Student to Develop His Own Ideas

Remodeling the Old Teacher's Work: How Great Tact Should be Used in Making Changes


Volume 26, Number 03 (March 1908), James Francis Cooke Mar 1908

Volume 26, Number 03 (March 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

MacDowell and His Mission

Why We Should Support American Music

Bach at the Organ

Poor Pay for Musicians

Harold Bauer on Technic

Rembrandt and Wagner

How to Study Chopin's Nocturne, Opus 9, Number 2

H. Engelmann

Brahms and the Waltz

Trying for a Church Position

Slow Practice


Volume 26, Number 02 (February 1908), James Francis Cooke Feb 1908

Volume 26, Number 02 (February 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Teaching Young Boys

Placate the Parent

Piano Duet Practice

Technic as It Should Be

Teachers' Auxiliary Work

What is Music?

So-Called Natural Piano Technic

Carl Heins

Musical Degrees in American Colleges

Why the Masters Died Poor

Brahms and Nikisch

Contrasted Character of Major and Minor Music


Volume 26, Number 01 (January 1908), James Francis Cooke Jan 1908

Volume 26, Number 01 (January 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some of Reinecke's Famous Pupils

Home Life of Reinecke

Courses of Self-Study for Piano: Suggestions as to How It May Best Be Pursued

What Music Owes to Dancing

Paderewski on Music Teaching

Career of a Concert Singer: Opinions and Experiences of the Noted Concert Soprano Miss Emma Thursby

Private Teacher in His Relation to Music in the Public Schools

How I Teach the Scales

How Long Shall Be the Lesson of a Child Under Twelve Years?

Chances of the Music Teacher in the Southwest