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The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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Volume 55, Number 11 (November 1937), James Francis Cooke Nov 1937

Volume 55, Number 11 (November 1937), James Francis Cooke

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Justice for Genius

This is Walter Damrosch Speaking: The Eminent Conductor Give His Opinions Upon Opera, American and Otherwise (interview with Walter Damrosch)

Typewriter and the Piano

Learning Lines and Spaces

Tuneful Tweddle

Claude Debussy's American Born Teacher: His Contribution to Modern Music

How I Increased My Enrollment

Bringing the Symphony Orhcestra to Moving Picture Patrons

Gospel of Relaxation

Universality of the Piano: The Indispensable Instrument and its Place in Art

Repetition in Musical Composition: Its Important Function in the Tonal Art

Pilgrimages with Franz Liszt, in Rome, Budapest, and Weimar, 1881 to 1884, Reminiscences of His Pupil

Mystic ...


Volume 51, Number 10 (October 1933), James Francis Cooke Oct 1933

Volume 51, Number 10 (October 1933), James Francis Cooke

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Music and Modern Life (interview with Herriot, M. Ëdouard

Aid to Relaxation

Best Method is Eclectic (interview with Leopold Godowsky)

Carloads of Pianos

Golden Anniversary Greetings

Rhythm and Accent

Tannhäuser: A Romantic Opera in Three Acts—Arranged as a Reading for Music Clubs

What is Wrong with the Piano?

Points in Pedaling

Singing School to School Symphony

Since Singing is So Goode a Thing

Expressive Piano Playing

Impressing the Accent

Personal Observations of Rimsky-Korsakoff

Plenty of Pupils

Glance Behind the Scenes of Radio Land

Chopin's Valse in E Minor (Posthumous): A Master Lesson

Musical Small Coal Man

Making the ...


Volume 46, Number 03 (March 1928), James Francis Cooke Mar 1928

Volume 46, Number 03 (March 1928), James Francis Cooke

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Double Notes for Strengthening the Fingers

Ear-Training the Child on His Own Pieces

Wagnerian Estimate of Mozart

Gilded Angel

Bad Company for a Gentleman's Sons

Baif Club

Taking up Music in Later Life (interview with John Erskine)

Training of a Virtuoso (interview with Moritz Rosenthal)

Not Quantity but Quality

Art and Music

We Have 'Phones!

Impression of Max Bruch's Tone-Poem, Kol Nidrei

Good Instrument for the Beginner

Franz Schubert—An Etching

New Lights on Scale Playing

Fairies in Music

Great Masters as Students of Music: Edward Grieg (1843-1907)

Why a Boy Should Study Music

Fun in Reading Notes ...


Volume 38, Number 11 (November 1920), James Francis Cooke Nov 1920

Volume 38, Number 11 (November 1920), James Francis Cooke

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From Liszt to Leschetizky: Forty Years with Great Pianists

Unmusical Fugue

Chart for Remembering Key Signatures

Music and the Home

Practical Exercises in Modern Phrasing

Tonal Perception

Don't Be Fooled by Applause

How Can I Study the Art of Instrumentation?

Preparedness: The Secret of Speed

Getting Results in Pianoforte Study: Some Modern Ways of Reaching the Goal Through New Artistic Means

Musical Misnomers

Lessons We Dread

Early Hours for Practice

Passing on the Credit

Some Tricky Musical Signs, Ties, Slurs and Accidentals

Planning Practice to Get Best Results

Why are Sharps Harder than Flats

Effective Finger Exercises

Fingers versus ...


Volume 36, Number 10 (October 1918), James Francis Cooke Oct 1918

Volume 36, Number 10 (October 1918), James Francis Cooke

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Spain the Eldorado of Music

Thomas à Becket

Beethoven and Hero Worship

Music Interest of the American Man of To-Morrow

Help in Interpretation

How Can I Make My Practice More Intelligent?

Musical Thermometer

Imperial Opera

Rhythmless Pupils

Stems, Tails and Hooks: A Lesson in Exact Notation

Cultivating a Perfect Staccato Touch

Value of Visiting Lessons

High Lights in the Life of Grieg: Interesting Phases in the Career of the Great Norwegian Master

Thumb and Its Agility

Accompanied Trill

How to Read at Sight and Memorize at the Same Time

Finishing Steps

Second Nature in Music

Interesting Suggestion for Advanced Pupils ...


Volume 31, Number 06 (June 1913), James Francis Cooke Jun 1913

Volume 31, Number 06 (June 1913), James Francis Cooke

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Plan of Scale Practice

Solving the Missed Lesson Problem: A Symposium Upon a Matter of Vital Importance to All Music Teachers

Importance of the First Impression

How I Made My Summer Vacation Profitable: A Timely Symposium from Busy Representative Teachers

Tolstoy's Great Love for Music

Are Great Pianists Always Nervous?

Making the Pupils' Recital Attractive: A New Idea for Progressive Music Workers

New Idea in Teaching the Touch

Instruments of the Orchestra

Balfe's Musicianship

How to Secure a Beautiful Tone at the Keyboard

Temperamental Playing

Developing an Instinctive Sense of Tone

Wisdom of Robert Schumann

Ten Working Rules ...


Volume 27, Number 10 (October 1909), James Francis Cooke Oct 1909

Volume 27, Number 10 (October 1909), James Francis Cooke

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Their Obstaclesnd How They Overcame Them: Difficulties That Have Beset the Paths of the Foremost Masters and the Way in Which They Fought and Triumphed

How Music Began

Nervousness—How and When to Prevent It

Analysis of Beethoven Sonata, Opus 14, No. 2, First Movement

Inspiration of Bach's Piano Music

Mendelssohn's Compositions

Grieg at the Keyboard

How to Conduct Pupils' Musicales: Some Practical Hints Regarding the Students' Recital Gleaned from Practical Experience

How the Staccato Touch Broadens Technic

Schumann on Liszt's Playing

Peculiarities of Hungarian Music

Correcting Mistakes at the Lesson

Determining the Lesson Price


Volume 25, Number 06 (June 1907), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1907

Volume 25, Number 06 (June 1907), Winton J. Baltzell

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Johannes Brahms: The Classical Spirit in Music

Some Sayings of Brahms

Estimate of Brahms' Work

Brahms as a Practical Joker

How Liszt Taught

Chorus in the Small Town, with Some Side-Lights on Its Influence on American Music

Edvard Grieg: The Scandinavian Spirit in Music

Jacques the Dreamer: The Story of a Musician, with a Moral in It

Charles Camille Saint-Saëns: A Representative of French Music

Story of the Minuet

History Questions for Music Students

Importance of Finger Training

Cornelius Gurlitt

Monument to Stephen Heller


Volume 20, Number 07 (July 1902), Winton J. Baltzell Jul 1902

Volume 20, Number 07 (July 1902), Winton J. Baltzell

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Edward Macdowell on the Relations of Music and Poetry

Inter-Relation of Touch and Tone Effect

Aphorisms by Theodore Gouvy

Borodine's Account of Liszt's Playing

Feeling of Rhythm

Pedagogic Gleanings Selectec by Heinrich Germer

Education of the Listener

Octave Playing and Its Technicr

Analysis of Grieg's Berceuse, Op.28, No. 1