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The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Russian music

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Volume 55, Number 01 (January 1937), James Francis Cooke Jan 1937

Volume 55, Number 01 (January 1937), James Francis Cooke

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Superstitions in Music

Musical Food for Millions (interview with Erno Rapée)

Brighter Scale Practice

Increasing the Activity of the Fingers

Magical and Misunderstood Art of Reviewing

Romance of the Sweetest Story Ever Told

Tooting Your Own Horn: The Most Difficult Instrument for the Musician to Learn

My Toughest Spot: Taking Things as They Come

Getting the Perspective in Teaching

Composing for Pictures (interview with Erich Korngold)

Strongest Carillon in the World

First Steps in Musical Transposition

Approach to Interpretation

Berceuse Op. 57 of Chopin

Autumn Days in the Presser Gardens

Brahms Selfless Musician

Arpeggio Drill


Volume 52, Number 06 (June 1934), James Francis Cooke Jun 1934

Volume 52, Number 06 (June 1934), James Francis Cooke

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Music of New Russia (interview with Albert Coates

Do Snakes Like Music?

Ethelbert Nevin's A Day in Venice (Un Giorno in Venezia): A New Tone Film Presentation Which is Commanding National Attention

Give the Child a Good Piano

Staccato Accents

Baseball and Scales

Use the Metronome in Practicing Sight-reading

Novelty for Your Recital

National Element in Polish Music

Getting a Start in Music Teaching in the Country

How One Teacher Did It

Art of Program Making

Accompanist

Music of the Land of the Bourrée

Music of Nature: A Series of Programs for Studio, Club or Radio Recital

Experimenting With ...


Volume 51, Number 09 (September 1933), James Francis Cooke Sep 1933

Volume 51, Number 09 (September 1933), James Francis Cooke

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Curse of Super-Worry

What I Think of Modern Music (interview with Maurice Ravel)

Touch and Accent: With their Values Carefully Defined

Then and Now

Remarkable American Musical Tradition: The Moravian Funeral Chorals at Salem

How Miss Watson Boosted Her Bank Account

How Great Composers Worked

What is Needed to Gain Success as a Pianist?

Musician Education: The Place of Music in General Education

How to Practice Arpeggios

Structure of Music: The Merits and Methods of Analysis

Musical Tower in Central America

Musical Activities in the U.S.S.R.

Having It Out with the Pupil's Parents

Going to Do ...


Volume 50, Number 08 (August 1932), James Francis Cooke Aug 1932

Volume 50, Number 08 (August 1932), James Francis Cooke

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Play With the Piano, Not At It! (interview with Myra Hess)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot? The Romance of a Famous Spiritual

Charm of Arpeggios

Artistic Pedaling and How to Achieve It

John Hoppner's Famous Contemporary Portrait of Franz Joseph Haydn

Franz Joseph Haydn, Disciple of Cheer: The World is Celebrating the Two Hundredth Anniversary of His Birth

Triple Terms

From the Cradles of Musical Art: Musical Instruments in the Pictorial Art of Italy

Russia, the Musical Question Mark of the World

What Shall I Get from the Study of an Instrument

Music of the Tanbark Ring

Monthly Tests


Volume 49, Number 10 (October 1931), James Francis Cooke Oct 1931

Volume 49, Number 10 (October 1931), James Francis Cooke

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Could Richard Wagner Have Passed a Mus. Bac. Examination?

Music in Present Day Soviet Russia (interview with Edwin A. Fleisher)

Black Notes: When the Thumb and Little Finger May Be Used on Them

Three Wonder Workers in Piano Technic

Training the Prodigy (interview with Efrem Zimbalist)

Picture Awards for Scrap-books

Neglected Phases of Piano Study

Playing Postman

Billboard Man

Royal Musicians

Art of Singing for the Radio: Tricks of the Microphone Easily Mastered

School Music Department

Coördinating the Grade School and High School Instrumental Music Program

Imperishable Romance of St. Cecilia

Training Pupils for Public Appearance

When Not to Practice ...


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

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

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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 42, Number 05 (May 1924), James Francis Cooke May 1924

Volume 42, Number 05 (May 1924), James Francis Cooke

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Souvenirs of Famous Musicians

Music Student, Prepare to Teach

Maxims for the Music Teacher

Simplifying Accidentals

Better Way to Count

Pointers for Teaching the Bass Notes

Build Well

What is the Purpose of Music? What is the Influence of the Tonal Art on Mankind?

Forcing Habit

Effective Method in Teaching

Memory Work and Public Performance

Table for Correct Fingering of Common-Chord Arpeggios

Walking Time

What to Teach at the Very First Lessons

Handel Shrine

Three Ways for Practicing the Scale

Sidelights of Human Nature

Teach First the Effect—The Method Afterward

Virtuoso Pianists and Virtuoso Conductors

To the Earnest Pupil ...


Volume 41, Number 08 (August 1923), James Francis Cooke Aug 1923

Volume 41, Number 08 (August 1923), James Francis Cooke

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Leaves from a Virtuoso's Note Book: Practical Study Ideas form Personal Contact with Liszt and Rubinstein (interview with Alexander Siloti)

First Use of the Damper

Tell How Teacher

Making Programs Atrractive

Secret of Caruso's Glorious Voice: What Made the Voice of the Greatest of Tenors so Wonderful and Powerful

Really Use Your Magazines

Need of Muscular Freedom

Carnivals in Music

Transposing Exercises to Build Technic

Demolishing Criticism

Musical Vistas: Sketches from a Busy Musical Life

Swimming to Music

Those Pictured Walls

Ten Be's that Do Not Sting

True of False! Which? Musical Screws to Adjust

Musical Debt ...


Volume 38, Number 07 (July 1920), James Francis Cooke Jul 1920

Volume 38, Number 07 (July 1920), James Francis Cooke

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Know How in the Art of Singing (interview with Mary Garden)

Summer Activities of the Music Teacher

Music and Mechanics

Why Use the Letter C in 4/4 Time?

What Every Piano Student Should Know About Pedaling

Technic or No Technic? Which?

Best Remedy I Have Ever Found for Nervousness in Public Performance

Secrets of the Success of Great Musicians

Good Beginning

Memories of Rubinstein and Liszt

Why Go to Pieces?

Make Your Left Hand Intelligent

Musical Patriotism

Strengthening the Weaker Digits

Where Does Father Come In?

Helpful Hints on Arpeggio Fingering

Illustration and Story in Piano Teaching

That Loud ...


Volume 31, Number 04 (April 1913), James Francis Cooke Apr 1913

Volume 31, Number 04 (April 1913), James Francis Cooke

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Chord Analysis

Self-Expression in Piano Study (interview with Max Pauer)

Music of the People in Russian Masterpieces (interview with Modeste Altschuler)

Developing a Child's Taste for Music

Parental Opposition to the Musical Career

Secrets of Artistic Phrasing

Handel the Autocrat

Developing Patience in Music Teaching

Spohr on Beethoven as a Conductor

Pianoforte Music by Some of the Modern Russian Composers

When Criticism is Justified

Problem of the Left Hand

Etude Master Study Page—The Real Schubert

Success in Class Teaching: How to Conduct Special Classes in Musical Subjects

What the Teacher Should Memorize

How Some Famous Musical Pieces Got ...


Volume 31, Number 03 (March 1913), James Francis Cooke Mar 1913

Volume 31, Number 03 (March 1913), James Francis Cooke

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Amusing Experiences with Eccentric Pupils

Music of the People in Rusian Masterpieces (interview with Modest Altschuler)

Russian Folk-Songs Relating to Marriage

Age to Begin Piano Study

Pianoforte Music by Some of the Modern Russian Composers

Music Teacher and the Doctor

Famous Russian Pianists on the Art of Piano Study: Interesting Opinions of Great Virtuosos Which Give Practical Help to the Student

Some Common Musical Terms Relating to Experssion

All About the Interval

Art of Pianoforte Playing in Russia (interview with Josef Lhevinne)

Why They Lost Their Pupils

Chopin's Lamentable Affliction

What Russia Has Done for the Violin

Modern Masters ...


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

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

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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 24, Number 10 (October 1906), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1906

Volume 24, Number 10 (October 1906), Winton J. Baltzell

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Making of a Russian Pianist (interview with Josef Lhévinne)

Qualities that Deterine Musical Worth

Two Remarkable Modern Compositions

Music Among the Hindoos

Study of Piano Technic from Bach to Clementi, Field and Cramer

Study of Piano Technic from Beethoven to Rubinstein

Thoughts on Modern Piano Technic

Manuel Garcia: His Life and Works

Interpretation of Bach's Works

Hindoo Air in the Sunday-School

Place of the Talking Machine in Music Teaching

Place of Mechanical Instruments in Musical Culture

Menace of Mechanical Music to a True Art