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Volume 71, Number 04 (April 1953), Guy Mccoy Apr 1953

Volume 71, Number 04 (April 1953), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

America, Involved in Music, is Becoming Great in Music (interview with Aaron Copland)

How to Begin Practicing a Piece Music Should Serve the Community (interview with Leon Barzin)

Why Not a Community Boy Choir?

Attack and Emission in Singing

Greatness of Pablo Casals

Last Living Pupil of Franz Liszt (interview with Sophie Charlotte Gaebler)

New Records—The Phonograph Discovers the Organ

Radio City's Unseen Experts

Decentralization in Music is Necessary!


Volume 70, Number 03 (March 1952), Guy Mccoy Mar 1952

Volume 70, Number 03 (March 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Points on Piano Teaching (interview with Isidore Philipp)

Master of Melody

Inspiration of Defeat

Accompanying the Ballet Class Audio-Visual Aids for the Music Educator

Your Voice After Fifty Years?

Bach and Bernie

Music from an Unstrung Violin Singing Towers of North America, Part 2

Give 'Em a Chance


Volume 69, Number 01 (January 1951), John Briggs Jan 1951

Volume 69, Number 01 (January 1951), John Briggs

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Most Potent Musical Forces of the First Half of the Twentieth Century Were . . . Achille Claude Debussy, Igor Stravinsky, Arnold Schoenberg, Maurice Ravel, Richard Strauss, Paul Hindemith, Arturo Toscanni, George Gershwin, Bela Bartok, Serge Prokofieff, Jan Sibelius

What is Happening to Music in America

Modern Music: The First Half Century

Let's Give Them a Rest!: Five Overworked Piano Pieces by Mendelssohn, Chopin, Debussy, and Rachmaninoff Should be Retired in Favor of Less-Hackneyed Numbers

Rhythm Makes the Music Go

How I Stage an Opera (interview with Margaret Webster)

Art of Mezza-Voce Singing

Some Thoughts on How to Perform Bach

Master Lesson ...


Volume 68, Number 06 (June 1950), John Briggs Jun 1950

Volume 68, Number 06 (June 1950), John Briggs

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Tanglewood: A Mountain Holiday, Summer Study for Gifted Students and One of America's Most Glorious Music Festivals

Opportunities for the Music Counselor

What is Singing?

Master Your Flute Tone (interview with Julius Baker)

Athletes at the Keyboard Wedding

Etiquette for the Organist

Deafness Comes Hard to Music-Lovers, but They Can Hear Now

Master Lesson on Chopin's Waltz in A-Flat Major, Op. 69, No. 1


Volume 50, Number 09 (September 1932), James Francis Cooke Sep 1932

Volume 50, Number 09 (September 1932), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Band in Modern Education (interview with Edwin Franko Goldman)

Structure of Music: How We Get the Natural Scale

Lesson from Liszt in 1832

Romance of Ole Bull

Essentials in Class Piano Teaching

Brighter Prospects for American Music: America Now Leads the World in Music

Why Great Artists Succeeded—Teresa Carreño

Pianist of the Future: A Thought-Provoking Article by the Well Known San Francisco Teacher

Millions and Millions for Musical Education: Foundations Grant Inspiring Security to Music Workers

How to Produce an Operetta: With Particular Directions for High Schools and Colleges (interview with Louis Woodson Curtis)

Seven Fine Reasons for Studying ...


Volume 50, Number 04 (April 1932), James Francis Cooke Apr 1932

Volume 50, Number 04 (April 1932), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

America's Momentous Contribution to Public School Music

Interpretation Depends on Talent and Personality (interview with Sergei Rachmaninoff)

Cleveland Orchestra

Hats Off, Ladies, A Master

Fine Art of Accompanying (interview with Charles Gilbert Spross)

Effects of Music on Wild Animals

King of Instruments? (interview with John Philip Sousa)

Catechism for an Hour's Practice: For Intermediate Grades

Conditions Affecting the Development of an American Music

Publicity for the Small Town Music Teacher

Are the Blind Superior to Seeing in Hearing?

Listening Beforehand

Getting the Most From the Metronome in Piano Study

Shoot Straight at the Target

Marimba-Xylophone

Piano Class Teacher ...


Volume 48, Number 11 (November 1930), James Francis Cooke Nov 1930

Volume 48, Number 11 (November 1930), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music, Season 1930-31

Critical Digest of Music and Masters

To Count or Not to Count

How to Organize and Start a Piano Class

Fascinating Musical Dances I Have Seen East of Suez

Mother's Hand Leads the Way: Changing the Practice Hour from Drudgery to Delight

Christmas Party

Teresa Carreño as Teacher: Memories of a Remarkable Woman and Musician

Are You Able to Play Trills?

Sparks from the Musical Anvil of Today

Beauty of Bach

Ivory and Ebony Gymnasium

How to Place the Piano

That Concert Cough

Snapshot Sight Reading

Teacher-Parent Coöperation

Tales from ...


Volume 47, Number 09 (September 1929), James Francis Cooke Sep 1929

Volume 47, Number 09 (September 1929), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Brussels, the Musical Gem of Europe

Report Cards for Piano Pupils

Practical Considerations in Pianoforte Interpretation (interview with Walter Gieseking)

Philadelphia's Amazing Operatic Situation

Centenary of Rubinstein

Future of Music in Moviedom (interview with Erno Rapée

Music Idealism in the United States: An Address Delivered at the Anglo-American Conference on Music at Lausanne, Switzerland, August, 1929

Master Lesson on the Chopin Etude Opus 25, No. 2

Paragraphs form Schubert's Diary

Jazz—Whither Bound?


Volume 45, Number 05 (May 1927), James Francis Cooke May 1927

Volume 45, Number 05 (May 1927), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Real Secret of Relaxation in Pianoforte Playing

What Music Thinkers Think

Ten Rules for Writing Music

Simple Ear Test

Making a Musical Start

Can You Tell? Contest

How to Play Glissandos

Vanishing Folksong

Teaching Scales to Young People

Make the Pupils Do the Work

Early Steps in Music

Pedal Study

One Perfect Number

More Questions from Teachers, Answered

Phenomena of the Wonder Child: Musical Prodigies of Today and Yesterday

Form in Music

Famous Liszt Cadenza Simplified

Gymnasium of the Singers: Technic That Produces Definite Results

Let the Pupils Do It

Scientific Grading

Bel Canto Legend

Leschetizky and the Invalid

My ...


Volume 44, Number 01 (January 1926), James Francis Cooke Jan 1926

Volume 44, Number 01 (January 1926), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Tributes from Eminent Men and Women to Theodore Presser

How to Teach the Major and Minor Scales

Suggestion for Orchestra Goers

Some Aspects of America's Advance in the Musical Art (interview with Owen Wister)

Practice Hour for the Rusty Housewife

Character Study of Theodore Presser the Man: Biography of Theodore Presser as it Appears in Who's Who for 1925

Inspirational Moments

What Part Has Modernism in Present Day Piano Study

Teaching Old Pianists New Tricks

Touch

Utilizing Sensations

Life Appreciations of Theodore Presser from Those Who Knew Him

Opus-Numbers

Adaptable Wrist-Action

Practical Fingering Illustrated for Individual Needs: A ...


Volume 42, Number 07 (July 1924), James Francis Cooke Jul 1924

Volume 42, Number 07 (July 1924), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Facts About Music and Shakespeare

How Schubert Found Inspiration From a Coffee Mill

How Queen Elizabeth Played the Virginal

Value of Two-Finger Exercises

Changes of Key

Unrest in Study

Self-Help, Eight Weeks' Intensive Summer Course in Pianoforte Study

Grand Piano Gives a Lesson

Don't Interrupt Pupils

Spring Day, a Pitch-Pipe and Some Ear-Training

How Little Italy Requires Its Funeral Marches

Pigeon-Toed Hands and Fingers with Arched Insteps

Musical Dialogue

Haydn's Gay Heart

Tchaikowski's Strange Marriage

Indecent Music

Moment's Notice Repertoire

How a Famous Engineer Studies a New Composition: A Practical Talk on Study Analysis

Listening to ...


Volume 40, Number 11 (November 1922), James Francis Cooke Nov 1922

Volume 40, Number 11 (November 1922), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Getting the Right Start in Piano Playing

How to Acquire Technic in Musical Theory

Is the Teacher Without a Music Club as Successful as the Teacher with a Music Club?

What to Do at Children's Musical Parties

Scale Guide

Limitations of the Piano Keyboard

Piano Manners at the Pupils' Recital

Lesson on Chopin's Famous Raindrop Prelude, Opus 28, No. 15: A Practical Reduction of Notes to Dollars and Cents

Starting at the Cradle

Full Pay or Half a Mass

Recorder

Metamorphosis of Charles

Now and Then

Routine for Practical Teacher

Glimpses of Present Day Piano Study (interview with ...


Volume 38, Number 02 (February 1920), James Francis Cooke Feb 1920

Volume 38, Number 02 (February 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Notable Group of American Musical Educators

Etudes of Chopin and How They Ought to be Practiced

Multiple Rhythm

Indispensables in Pianistic Success

Some Errors and How I Corrected Them

What is Shape in Music

All Sorts and Conditions of Pupils

Is Playing by Ear Harmful? Play What You See, See What You Play; Play What you Hear, Hear What You Play; See What You Hear, Hear What You See

Key Relationship and Key Signatures

Hearing Wrong Fingering

Secrets of the Success of Great Musicians

High-Grade Concerts in a Small Town

Gather Memories! The True Story of a Musician Who Did ...


Volume 32, Number 11 (November 1914), James Francis Cooke Nov 1914

Volume 32, Number 11 (November 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music in Canada

Edward MacDowell as a Teacher of Pianoforte: How the Most Eminent of American Composers Gave Instruction at the Keyboard

Waiting for Inspiration

What is America's Greatest Musical Need? A Symposium by Eminent American Musicians

Romance of Stephen Collins Foster

Three Principles of Musical Memorizing

Etude Master Study Page—The Real Wm. Mason

Interesting Studies in Piano Touch

Legion of Music Workers in America: A Wonderful Record Which Should Stir the Patriotic Pride of All American Music Lovers

To-morrow in American Music (interview with John Philip Sousa)

How to Develop Sight-Reading

Musical War Code Puzzle

How to ...


Volume 32, Number 03 (March 1914), James Francis Cooke Mar 1914

Volume 32, Number 03 (March 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Devices that Make Sight Reading Easy

Chopin's Last Surviving Pupil Gives Recollections of His Master

Leading the Pupil to Think While Practicing (interview with Harold Bauer)

Comfort at the Keyboard

Self-Development and Piano Playing

Mozart's Personal Appearance

Pioneers of American Music

Ornamentation in Music

Pros and Cons of Correspondence Instruction in Music: A Far Reaching Symposium on a Much Discussed Subject

Some Things the Student Should Know about Mozart's Works

Liszt's Original Compositions

Music and Abstract Ideas

Foundation Stones of Good Piano Technic

Tragic Character of the Music of Russia

Recollections of Celebrated Musicians (interview ...


Volume 31, Number 10 (October 1913), James Francis Cooke Oct 1913

Volume 31, Number 10 (October 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Truths for Singing Teachers and Students

One Good Reason Why All Should Cultivate Music

Part That Health Plays in Musical Success

Physical Exercise to Strengthen the Pianist's Back

Help from Well-Known Teachers in Overcoming Obstacles

Fighting a Physical Difficulty

Getting Ahead by Asking Questions

Making Good in a Responsible Position

Find Why Others Have Failed

Real Service in Teaching

Doorsteps to Fame

Need for Logical Study

Lifting the Fingers in the Technic of Piano Playing

Developing the Music Worker's Brain Force

Why Strive for Useless Knowledge?

Uplift from Master Minds: Inspiring Thoughts for Daily Reflection of Earnest Music ...


Volume 28, Number 05 (May 1910), James Francis Cooke May 1910

Volume 28, Number 05 (May 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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

Giving Lessons in the Country

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

First Finger Exercises at the Keyboard

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

Some Facts about Sopranos

Singers Who Lost Their Voices

How to Study a Song


Volume 25, Number 03 (March 1907), Winton J. Baltzell Mar 1907

Volume 25, Number 03 (March 1907), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Easter at St. Peter's, Rome

Notes for the History Teacher

Pioneers in Music

Keyboard and the Hand

Incident of Schumann's Last Days

Hints for the Duet-Player

Rhythm and Meter in Music

Nature's Symphony: An Incident of Beethoven's Youth

Songs without Words

Sigismond Thalberg


Volume 23, Number 09 (September 1905), Winton J. Baltzell Sep 1905

Volume 23, Number 09 (September 1905), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Summer Music Festival in America: Its Tendency to Promote a Musical Atmosphere

Emancipation of the Musician

Sense of Musical Beauty

On the Necessity of Better Music in Teaching

Ways and Means for the Development of Music in Small Towns

Music Teaching as a Profession and a Business

Modern Idea of Business System Applied to the Musical Life


Volume 23, Number 06 (June 1905), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1905

Volume 23, Number 06 (June 1905), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Art of Piano Interpretation

Musical Conditions on the Pacific Coast: The Plethora of Teachers but Less Concentration of Effort than in the East

Failure: Its Causes and How to Overcome Them

English System of Examinations in Music

Suggestion for Sight Reading

How Strauss Composes a Song

Helps for New Teachers

Health of the Musician

Hygiene of the Hand


Volume 20, Number 12 (December 1902), Winton J. Baltzell Dec 1902

Volume 20, Number 12 (December 1902), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Best Living Composers

Perennial Romanticism

Music as it Exists in the United States: A General Survey

Choral Societies as a Factor in Musical Progress

What the Pedagogues Have Done for Modern Music

Influence of the Modern Orchestra

Musical Journalism as a Factor in Modern Music

What Some Persons Expect of a Pupil

Popular Instrumental Music

Popular Ballad and its Influence

Cradle Song

Modern Theory Teaching

Old Fogy is Pessimistic

Commercialism a Stumbling-Block

First Flights of a Singer: A Story Founded upon the Career of a Prominent American Singer


Volume 19, Number 10 (October 1901), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1901

Volume 19, Number 10 (October 1901), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Useless Difficulties

Mechanical Accessories in Piano-Forte-Teaching

Our Pupils as Social Acquaintances

Waste in Musical Education

Orchestral Manner in Piano-Playing

Know the Meaning of Musical Terms

Blunder of Ambitious Students

McKinley

Interludes in Various Keys

Art of Learning to Study

First Studies in Music Biography

What Justifies the Choice of Music as a Profession?

English Women in the Orchestra

Women as Orchestral Players: An American Point of View


Volume 09, Number 06 (June 1891), Theodore Presser Jun 1891

Volume 09, Number 06 (June 1891), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

New Instrument for Women, Giving Health Combined With Pleasure

Advice to Amateur Music Teachers

Weak Point of Piano Teaching

Why, When and How to Begin Music

Valse Caprice in E Flat—Rubinstein

Obituary

Genius at Large

Bach's Self-Education

Music and the Musician's Place in the World

How Not to Play the Piano

Why Go Abroad?

Nerves and Discord