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Volume 17, Number 02 (February 1899), Winton J. Baltzell Feb 1899

Volume 17, Number 02 (February 1899), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Should the Last Note under a Slurred Group be Played Staccato

One Step Toward Success

Playing for Parents

Self-Playing Pianos

Story of Paderewski's Minuet

Beethoven's American Biographer

American in Music

Covering Ground

On the Revival of Mozart's Works

Musical Millennium

Interesting Incident

On the Expediency of Playing Without Looking at the Keyboard

Nervous Pupils

Comments by Emil Liebling

Some Common Faults

Teachers and Pupils

Word of Encouragement to Young Pianists

How to Treat Pupils Who Have Previously Studied with Another Teacher (Symposium)

Foundation Teaching

Street-Organ as a Musical Educator

Am I a Good Teacher? How Can I ...


Volume 17, Number 01 (January 1899), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1899

Volume 17, Number 01 (January 1899), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Forms of Musical Memory

Training of Musical Listeners

Comments by Emil Liebling

Piano for Everybody

Playing Duets with Other Instruments

Problems

Struggle for a Public Career

Let Your Moderation be Known

Speed of Thought

Plea for Simplicity

Charity That is Kind

Some Thoughts by Busoni on Piano Playing

What One Man Did

Word to Aspiring Composers

Should the Last Note under a Slurred Group be Played Staccato

Uncharitableness Among Musicians

Common Sense in Piano Teaching

Blasts from the Ram's Horn, for Musicians

Frederic Francois Chopin

Critical Estimate of Chopin's Pianoforte Compositions

Harping on One String

Count Zichy and ...


Volume 14, Number 10 (October 1896), Theodore Presser Oct 1896

Volume 14, Number 10 (October 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

American Girl and the Piano

Ole Bull's First Great Success

Composer of The Maiden's Prayer

Plea for Professional Ethics

Scales—Sooner or Later?

An Artist's Love Affair

To the Pianist

Hitch Your Wagon to a Star

Teacher's Experience

Fifty Per Cent Off

Chopin's Birth

Pianoforte Pupil

Timely Word

Lunacy Among Men of Genius

Unteachable Pupils

Studio Illustration

How to Listen to Music

Concerning Late Methods

Leschetizky-Rubinstein

Necessity of a Standard of Attainment for Teachers of Music

Why and How

How to Interest Your Teacher

Emotional Affinity of a Student and Her Music

Results of Diligent ...


Volume 14, Number 04 (April 1896), Theodore Presser Apr 1896

Volume 14, Number 04 (April 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Where Ignorance is Bliss—!

Selecting a Piano

Art of Singing Applied to the Piano

Maxims for Young Teachers

Dr. Mason and the Pressure Touch

Appeal

Some Elements Necessary to the Success of a Pupil of the Pianoforte

For Amateurs: What is a Theme and Counter Theme in Music?

Half-Baked Musicians

Faults of Pianists

Selection of Pieces for Teaching

Cultivation of Memory in Piano Students

Something for Every One

How Gounod Managed the Church Committee

Paderewski's Hands

How to Combine the Art and the Business of Music

Am Beyond the Mark to Hit the Mark

Woman's Future

Music Lesson ...


Volume 14, Number 03 (March 1896), Theodore Presser Mar 1896

Volume 14, Number 03 (March 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Anecdotes About Rubinstein

Method in Piano Teaching

Some Valuable Information

Metronome, Its Use

Bülow as Liszt's Pupil

Music Teaching in a Small Town

How Parents Often Prevent Their Child's Advancement

No Genius Without Work

Word on Playing From Memory

Cornelius Gurlitt

Avoid Over-Fatigue

What Becomes of All the Music Pupils?

Two Ways to Win

To Interest in Scale Practice

Chapter on Musical Education

Professional Courtesy Among Musicians

Have We Competent Teachers

Mlle. Chaminade


Volume 13, Number 06 (June 1895), Theodore Presser Jun 1895

Volume 13, Number 06 (June 1895), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Reflections on the Study of Music at the Piano

Music, Home and Wife

How to Work, or the True Gradus ad Parnassum

Crescentic Keyboard

Their Characteristics

Boxing as an Aid to Piano Playing

Country Teacher

Teach Music

Music in Education

Is it a Waste?

Wealth and Poverty of Musicians

Pupil of To-Day

Musical Individuality

Reading, Listening, and Thinking

Little Story

Alphabetical Musical Rhyme

Phrasing

Choosing a Teacher

What Shall be Taught Beginners

Why So Many Failures?

Pianistic Mannerisms

Pushing and Pulling

Use of the Metronome

Liszt and Mendelssohn

Musical Prejudices

Teaching and Playing

Playing for Pupils

How to Sing ...


Volume 13, Number 12 (December 1895), Theodore Presser Jan 1895

Volume 13, Number 12 (December 1895), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Great Composers of Music

Piano Playing and Analysis

Getting Better Work from Pupils

Slow Practice

Taste and Teaching

Difficulties of a Piano Teacher

Music as It is Taught

Ludwig Schytte (autobiography)

Berceuse by Ludwig Schytte

Spoiled Child

Description of Danse Macabre

Limits of the Ear

Study in Dates

Jealousy Among Pianists

How to Become a Pianist

Almost Discouraged

Wrist Training Before Finger

Non-Success

Prejudice in Musical Art

How to Pronounce Them

Why Should We Study Harmony?

Enigmas

Commendable List of Music—Grade I to X


Volume 12, Number 12 (December 1894), Theodore Presser Jan 1894

Volume 12, Number 12 (December 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musical Brotherhood

Concerning Authority in Piano Teaching

Sayings of Von Bülow

Dull Pupils

Word to the Thoughtless Pupil

One Thing Neglected

What Are They?

Man Cannot Live By Talent Alone

Labor of Teaching

Gilding the Pill

On Fingering

Recognition of the Worth of Others

Independent Thinking

Is Blind Tom a Genius?

On Fees and Missed Lessons

Plea for the Intelligent Instruction of Children Upon the Pianoforte

Labor of Writing Music

Is the Piano a Detestable Instrument?

Memorizing Music

Technical Reserve Power

Rubinstein is Dead


Volume 09, Number 02 (February 1891), Theodore Presser Feb 1891

Volume 09, Number 02 (February 1891), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

System in Piano Practice

First Lessons on Real Music

Pianoforte Teaching

Muscular or Musical Training?

Two Extremes

What Use Shall Beginners Make of Their Eyes

Place of Music in Liberal Education

Cultivating the Imagination

Musings on Class-Teaching

Superficial Teachers

Cultivation of Feeling

Difficulties

Musical Affinity

First Lessons

Stimulus of Melody Study

Veteran Publisher Gone

More About the Pedal

Extempore Playing

Use of the Word Technique


Volume 08, Number 06 (June 1890), Theodore Presser Jun 1890

Volume 08, Number 06 (June 1890), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

In Memory of Karl Merz

Dr. Eugene Thayer, A Reminiscence

Something for Piano Teachers

Genius

Programme-Making

To Prospective A.C.M. Candidates

Personality of Musicians

Have a Purpose


Volume 07, Number 08 (August 1889), Theodore Presser Aug 1889

Volume 07, Number 08 (August 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Brief Hints at Odd Times

Teaching As It Is and As It May Be

Mason's Touch and Technic

Wm. H. Sherwood on Improved Methods of Pianoforte Teaching

Constantin Sternberg's Essay

On Teaching and Teaching Reforms


Volume 07, Number 07 (July 1889), Theodore Presser Jul 1889

Volume 07, Number 07 (July 1889), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Eugene Thayer

Brief Hints at Odd Times

Clara E. Thoms Closes the New York State Convention with a Brilliant Piano Recital

Drift of Modern Piano Teaching

Old Proverbs

Chopin and Other Musical Essays

Sources of Skill in Musical Performance

Philosophy of the Beautiful

On Teaching and Teaching Reforms


Volume 06, Number 07 (July 1888), Theodore Presser Jul 1888

Volume 06, Number 07 (July 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Festival Concerts

Piano-Forte Accompaniments

La Fileuse—Raff

Gossip About Masters, Old and Young

One-Armed Pianist

Piano Teaching

Modern Methods of Teaching

Neglect of Ear Training in Current Musical Education

Concerning Beauty of Tone

If You Want to Study Music, Study Music

Musical Notation and Terminology

Plan of Study


Volume 06, Number Number 05 (May 1888), Theodore Presser May 1888

Volume 06, Number Number 05 (May 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

First Year with a Young Piano Pupil

Piano Technic

Piano Teaching

Deppe Method

Few Extracts

Mother Goose Tonality

Klindworth

One-Handed Piano Player

How Can a Piece of Music Be Written Upon the Words Sachs, Bach, Etc.

On the Use of Studies in Piano Teaching

Practical Letters to Teachers

New Keyboard

What is Written About Howe's New Piano-Forte Instructor


Volume 06, Number 01 (January 1888), Theodore Presser Jan 1888

Volume 06, Number 01 (January 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Limits of Personal Rights in Piano-forte Performance

Some Pianists in America

Plea for Simplicity

Notes from a Teacher's Diary

Catechism

Tarantelle (Poem)

An Open Letter to J.C. Fillmore

A Discussion of Piano-Forte Study

Personality in Music

Something About Beginners

Piano Pounding

Piano-Forte Music

Schopenhauer's Musical Philosophy

Some Old Pianists

Variety of Piano Playing

Piano Playing and General Musical Instruction from the Beginning to the End

Old-Time Frauds

Joseph Hofmann

Concerning the Psychological Relation of Music

Study of Music

Foreign Correspondence

Victor S. Fletcher: The Most Successful Collector of Genuine Old Violins

Piano Teaching


Volume 05, Number 02 (February 1887), Theodore Presser Feb 1887

Volume 05, Number 02 (February 1887), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Real Side of Music Teaching

Mendelssohn's Music for Pianists

Three Classes of Pupils

Review Lesson

Musical Art Company

Kindergarten Music System

Schumann's Piano Works

Five-Finger Exercises

Letter from a Student in Germany

Practical Value of Certain Modern Theories Respecting the Science of Harmony

Current Chats

Important! to New Jersey Musicians and Teachers

Missing Lessons

Why is the Techniphone Better Than the Piano for Piano Practice?

Firm But Flexible Wrist


Volume 04, Number 12 (December 1886), Theodore Presser Jan 1886

Volume 04, Number 12 (December 1886), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Wholesome Truths for Teachers

Concerning the Pure Minor Scale

Study Music Itself

How to Use the Pedal

Young People's History of Music: The First Ten Centuries of Christian Music

Necessity of Studying Harmony

Teacher's Duty

Pianism and Poetry

Ann Arbor School of Music

Mental Processes in Musical Execution

Psychology Applied to Teachers

Touch

Of the Proper Utilization of Practice Time

Preparation for Piano Teaching

Is it Necessary That a Piano-Forte Teacher Should Be a Good Player?

Wanted in the Musical Profession, More Brains and Better Morals

Christmas Presents

How to Be Intelligent

Appeal to the Music Teachers ...


Volume 04, Number 02 (February 1886), Theodore Presser Feb 1885

Volume 04, Number 02 (February 1886), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Dullards

Finger and Wrist Gymnastics Without the Use of a Piano

Star of the Twilight

More About Memorizing

Dark Points

Incident

Inconsistencies in Notation

Natural System of Fingering

Liberating of the Ring Finger

Ring Finger

Rules to Aid Pupils in Remembering the Fingering of the Scales in Double Triads and Double Sixths


Volume 01, Number 01 (October 1883), Theodore Presser Sep 1883

Volume 01, Number 01 (October 1883), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Observations on the Study of the Piano-Forte

Wisdom of Many

Cautions for Pianists

Protection of the Musical Profession