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Volume 31, Number 11 (November 1913), James Francis Cooke Nov 1913

Volume 31, Number 11 (November 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Keeping Up the Enthusiasm

Memories of Franz Liszt

Great Composers and Politics

Von Bülow and the Liszt Concerto

Main Essentials of Dr. William Mason's Principles of Pianoforte Instruction

Liszt and Dr. Mason's Eyeglasses

Necessity for Daily Practice (interview with Raoul Pugno)

Making Teaching a Pleasure

Hints on Velocity

What the Pedal Does

How to Gain Confidence for Playing in Public

Simple Calisthenics Loosen the Wrist

How Should the Study of Harmony Benefit Piano Students?

Long-Suffering Accompanist

Ideas for Interesting Club Entertainments

Why Many Clubs Fail

Opera Evening in Costume

Composite Biographies

Fun in Analysis

Pupils' Recital That Paid ...


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 31, Number 09 (September 1913), James Francis Cooke Sep 1913

Volume 31, Number 09 (September 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Lesson in Piano Playing from Sarah Bernhardt

Making an Operatic Career in Europe

Types of Musicians' Hands

Getting New Business: Dignified and Progressive Means for Securing Desirable Pupils for the Coming Season

Artist's Life: The Virtuoso's Career As It Really Is

Understanding the Music We Play

When Should the Piano Student Go Abroad? The Best and Quickest Way to Gain Results

Reed Organ: A Too Much Neglected Instrument

Penmanship and Piano Playing

Mozart from a French Viewpoint

First Lesson After Vacation

Correcting Waste in the Teachers' Business

Instruments of the Orchestra—No. 5: The Percussion Instruments and the ...


Volume 31, Number 08 (August 1913), James Francis Cooke Aug 1913

Volume 31, Number 08 (August 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Tact in Selecting Teaching Pieces

Dvorák as I Knew Him

Making Your Surroundings Help You

Overheard at a Musical Convention: Opinions of Well-Known Teachers and Musicians

Qualities of a Pianist

Painting Pictures with Tonal Colors: An Instructive and Entertaining Discussion of Programme Music

Instruments of the Orchestra

Musician's Vacation: How to Make It a Restful One

Getting a Start as a Virtuoso in Europe

Romance of the Chopin Preludes

Spirit of the Valse

Wisdom of Liszt

Solving the Missed-lesson Problem

Saint-Säens on the Playing of Bach Fugues

Shall Music Teachers Be Licensed?

What Tchaikovsky Thought of the Great Musicians ...


Volume 31, Number 07 (July 1913), James Francis Cooke Jul 1913

Volume 31, Number 07 (July 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Emperor's Operatic Rules

Getting a Start in Europe as a Virtuoso

Teaching Too Many Pupils

Story of the Orchestral Instruments Told for the General Music Love: The Woodwind Section

Wisdom of Felix Mendelssohn

Pen Picture of Brahms

How to Become a Sure-Fingered Pianist

How to Make Summers Musically Profitable

Commonsense Helps in Teaching Little Folks

Despondent Versus the Over-Sanguine Pupil

Compelling Independent Finger Action

Teaching Children to Use the Pedals

Legato and Staccato Playing

Liszt as a Russian Master Saw Him

Some Old Musical Legends

Playing for Our Friends

Combating the Missed-Lesson Evil (symposium)

Neglected Staccato

Metronome and Its ...


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

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

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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 31, Number 05 (May 1913), James Francis Cooke May 1913

Volume 31, Number 05 (May 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Recollections of Famous Musicians

Counting Habit

Practical Hints to Pupils

Great Operatic Romances Adapted for the Piano

How Chopin's Funeral March Was Written

Plagiarism in Music

Important Secret of Touch

How Diabelli Curbed Beethoven

Story of the Orchestra Instruments told for the General Music Lover

Pianist's Part in Ensemble Playing

Teacher's Attitude for Success

Natural Progressive Methods with Beginners

Character of Beethoven's Music

Secrets of Artistic Phrasing

Where the Dictionary Helps

Striking Modern Ideas on Music as a Curative Force

Etude Master Study Page—The Real Schumann

What Does it Mean to Practice

In Dr. Harmony ...


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

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

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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 31, Number 02 (February 1913), James Francis Cooke Feb 1913

Volume 31, Number 02 (February 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Conserve Your Nerve Force

How Piano is Studied in France

Slow Movement

Chopin's Characteristics

Application fo Efficiency to Piano Playing

Preparing the Hands for Keyboard Mastery

Errors in Print

Giuseppe Verdi: Composer, Patriot and Philanthropist

Learning to Listen

Importance of Accent

Why are Consecutive Fifths Objectionable?

Vitalizing the Practice Period

What the Piano Teacher Can Do For the Reed Organ Pupil

Why We Have so Few Good Sight Readers

Success in Concert Singing (interview with Clara Butt)

Rhythmic Importance of Accent

Runs

Master Study Page—Handel

With the World's Great Educators—Herbert Spencer

Give the Boy a Chance ...


Volume 31, Number 01 (January 1913), James Francis Cooke Jan 1913

Volume 31, Number 01 (January 1913), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Personal Recollections of Famous Musicians

How Fine Editions Help the Student and the Teacher

Place of Technic in Pianoforte Playing (interview with Leopold Godowsky)

What Significance Has the Weight of the Arm in Piano Playing?

Making a Start as a Music Teacher

Delightful Home for Retired Music Teachers

Then and Now: Thirty Years of Advance in Musical America (symposium)

With the World's Great Educators—Herbart

Hugo Wolf's Method of Composition

Positive vs. Negative Teaching

Musical Thought and Action in the Old World

Etude Master Study Page—The Real Brahms

Well Known Composers of To-day—George Dudley Martin

Why ...


Hymn To Our Mother, Albert L. Hollinger S.M. Jan 1913

Hymn To Our Mother, Albert L. Hollinger S.M.

Musical Compositions about the Marianist Charism

In praise of Mary


All For Thee, L. Vogt S.M. Jan 1913

All For Thee, L. Vogt S.M.

Musical Compositions about the Marianist Charism

Dedication to Jesus


All Hail O Virgin Mary Hail, L. Vogt S.M. Jan 1913

All Hail O Virgin Mary Hail, L. Vogt S.M.

Musical Compositions about the Marianist Charism

Dedication to Mary


Ave Maria, M. Lurz S.M. Jan 1913

Ave Maria, M. Lurz S.M.

Musical Compositions about the Marianist Charism

Hail Mary in Latin