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Volume 29, Number 12 (December 1911), James Francis Cooke Dec 1911

Volume 29, Number 12 (December 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making Regular Progress

Presto Paragraphs

Recollections of My Musical Childhood

Acquiring a Good Touch

Is Woman's Musical Talent Really Limited?

Simplicity of Harmony

How Musical Sounds Come to Us

Glory of Beethoven

Mental Pictures in Music

Chopin's Revolutionary Etude

Do Americans Need More Technic?

Training the Crossing Fingers in scale Playing

Reminders

How Piano Playing Has Progressed (interview with Josef Hofmann)

Posing at the Pianoforte

Mystery of the Lethbridge Strad: A Christmas Story of Musical Life in a Great City

Lisztiana

What Franz Liszt Did for the Music of the Church

Franz Liszt as I Knew Him

Well ...


Volume 29, Number 11 (November 1911), James Francis Cooke Nov 1911

Volume 29, Number 11 (November 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Rubinstein's Meteoric Tour of America: Personal Reminiscences of the Great Russian Master

Pupil's Part in Piano Study

Work, the Secret of Pianistic Success (interview with Vladimir de Pachmann)

Physical Development and Care of the Pianist's Hand: Practical Directions for Gaining Strength, Firmness and Flexibility, Treatment of Strained Muscles and Pianist's Cramp

Developing the Natural Rhythmic Sense of the Child

Graded Course for Piano Students (symposium)

Offenbach's Greatest Opera, Tales of Hoffmann

How The Tales of Hoffmann was Written

Story of The Tales of Hoffmann

Famous Singers in The Tales of Hoffmann


Volume 29, Number 10 (October 1911), James Francis Cooke Oct 1911

Volume 29, Number 10 (October 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Introductions in Classical Compositions

My Only Meeting with Richard Wagner

Originality in Pianoforte Playing (interview with Vladimir de Pachmann)

Richard Wagner's Great Sacrifices for Success: The Master Composer's Own Description of His Fight Against the Bitterest Povety and Continual Failure

Self-Help, the Foundation of All Permanent Success: A Collection of Letters and Articles from World Famous Men Pertaining to One of the Greatest Elements in Human Progress

Self-Help Course for Piano Students: A Series of Educational Works, Technical Studies, Etudes and Pieces, Selected Especially for this Issue by Well-Known Teachers with Wide Experience in America and in Europe ...


Volume 29, Number 09 (September 1911), James Francis Cooke Sep 1911

Volume 29, Number 09 (September 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Centenary of Franz Liszt—Founder of Modern Pianism: A Recent Analysis of the Technical and Artistic Traits of the Greatest of Piano Masters

What Schubert was Paid for His Songs

How Thinking Ahead Helps Memorizing and Sight Reading

Revealing the Composer's Hidden Meaning (interview with Sigismund Stojowski)

Prime Minister's Tribute to Music

Music Teachers for Piano-Player Owners

Left-Hand Recital

Flotow's Tuneful Opera Martha

How to Gain Muscular Control at the Keyboard

Clara Schumann's Memories of Mendelssohn's Piano Playing

Progress in American Musical Education

Well-Known Composers of To-Day—Richard Ferber

Getting Ready for the Musical Club ...


Volume 29, Number 08 (August 1911), James Francis Cooke Aug 1911

Volume 29, Number 08 (August 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Chopin: Pre-Eminent Genius of the Pianoforte

Getting the Most Out of Five-Finger Exercises

Modern Pioneers in the Art of Piano-Playing

Etude Debate: Shall Music Teachers be Required to Pass an Examination Before They are Permitted to Teach?

Pentatonic Scales in Famous Song

Can Your Pupils Listen?

When the Mother Interferes

Laying the Foundation for Velocity: How Great Speed May be Attained if the Right Beginning is Made

Wagner's Opera Tannhäuser

Mendelssohn the Fortunate

Some Delicate (?) Contemporary Criticisms of Wagner's Early Works

How I Overcame Stage Fright

Encores at Pupils' Recitals

Rossini the Humorist: Epigrams and Wit of the ...


Volume 29, Number 07 (July 1911), James Francis Cooke Jul 1911

Volume 29, Number 07 (July 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mendelssohn's Ideal Musical Training: Some Interesting Sidelights Upon the Education of the Fortunate Boy Who Was Later to Become One of the Word's Greatest Masters

Great Innovators in the Art of Piano-Playing

Very First Lessons at the Piano

Verdi's Egyptian Opera Aïda

Josef Pischna: The Renowned Writer of Technical Exercises

Brahms' Quick Wit

How to Secure a Legato-Touch

Systematise Your Octave Study

Closing of a Great Career—Gustav Mahler

Old Laws and New Ideas: Important Observations Upon Piano Practice

How the Piano Differs from Its Fore-runners

Characteristic Dance Forms: Short Notes upon Dances Which Have Become Famous ...


Volume 29, Number 06 (June 1911), James Francis Cooke Jun 1911

Volume 29, Number 06 (June 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Spirit of Life in Music—Rhythm

Real Musical Interest in the Czerny Studies

Balfe's Opera The Bohemian Girl

Famous German Conservatories: The Conservatories of Southern Germany

Analysis of Teaching Material: The Rondo Form

What is Expected of the Student in the German Music School

History and Uses of the Metronome

Hearing with the Eye

Beginner Specialist in Piano Teaching


Volume 29, Number 05 (May 1911), James Francis Cooke May 1911

Volume 29, Number 05 (May 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Influence of Germany's Greatest Masters on the Musicl Art of the World

Weber's Opera, Der Freischutz

Influence of the Folk-Song on German Musical Art (interview with Gustav Mahler)

Predominating Influence in the German Music of To-day

Some Important Things I Learned in Germany

Germany's Remarkable System of Music Schools: Music Schools of Northern Germany

What is Expected of the Student in the German Music School

Important Observations Upon Piano Practice

Ten Vital Tests in Finishing a Piece

Some Facts about Sopranos

Singers Who Lost Their Voices

How to Study a Song


Volume 29, Number 04 (April 1911), James Francis Cooke Apr 1911

Volume 29, Number 04 (April 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How Great German Singing Festivals Have Advanced the Art of Music in Germany and America

Conservatory at Leipsic

Program Music of Yesterday

Supernatural in German Musical Art

Some Important Things I Learned in Germany

Some Interesting Facts About Musical Magazines

Predominating Influence in the German Music of To-Day

Influence of Germany's Greatest Masters on the Musical Art of the World

As to Music Study in Europe

Wagner's Music-Drama, Lohengrin

America's Musical Debt to Germany

Great Gifts of the Centuries: Immortal Contemporaries in Music, Art and Literature

Gottschalk and Impressarios

Musician's Letter to an Ambitious Piano Student ...


Volume 29, Number 03 (March 1911), James Francis Cooke Mar 1911

Volume 29, Number 03 (March 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

New Radiating Keyboard

Oldest Living Composer

Some Absurdities of Opera

First Compositions of the Masters

Gounod's Masterpiece, Faust

Some Recent Music for Piano

About Accompanying

Fundamental Principles of Piano Playing

Famous Extemporizing

Rogues' March

Helpfulness of Obedience: A Talk with Mothers of Music Students

Attitude of the Pupil

Great Philosopher on Music

Impediments to Interpretation

Little Known Irish Musician

Music and the American Boy


Volume 29, Number 02 (February 1911), James Francis Cooke Feb 1911

Volume 29, Number 02 (February 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Weber as a Teacher

How Shall We Make Our Pupils Practice?

Bizet's Masterpiece, Carmen

Music and Color

Epigrams from Schumann

Your First Public Appearance

William H. Sherwood

Some Piano Personalities

Selecting Compositions for Teaching Purposes

Thumb and the Little Finger in Piano Playing

Some Things Piano Owners Ought to Know

Musical Blunders of Famous Authors

Practical Points for the Young Teacher

Well Known Composers of To-Day—Henry Weyts

English Organist of the Past and Present

Decline of the Banjo


Volume 29, Number 01 (January 1911), James Francis Cooke Jan 1911

Volume 29, Number 01 (January 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

English Pianists and the Development of Piano Playing in England

English Composers of To-day

Influence of Oratorio Upon English Music

Short Biography of Frederick Corder

Beggar's Opera

Music at the English Universities

How Music in England Has Profited by Local Musical Examinations

England's Hospitality to Foreign Musicians

Short Biographical Notes on British Musicians

Value of Pianoforte Transcriptions

Lessons from Memorable Piano Recitals

English Folk-Songs

Well Known Composers of To-Day—Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Handel Failure

English Organist of the Past and Present

How Verdi Came to Write Aïda