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Volume 70, Number 11 (November 1952), Guy Mccoy Nov 1952

Volume 70, Number 11 (November 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Function of the Band (interview with Edwin Franko Goldman)

Music in the Schools

Let the Child Teach You (interview with Henry Levine)

Evangelist of Music

Music, Prosperity, and Business

Carol Recital

Singing in the Movies: A Popular Singing Actress of the Films, Gives Sound Advice to Vocal Students Seeking a Career in Pictures (interview with Kathryn Grayson)

Parent, Teacher, Child—Triangle or Trio?

Speaking of Art-Song Writing

Singers Can Be Musicians, Too


Program; 1952-10-25, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Oct 1952

Program; 1952-10-25, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


Volume 70, Number 10 (October 1952), Guy Mccoy Oct 1952

Volume 70, Number 10 (October 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Young Conductor (interview with Thomas Schippers)

Denmark's Royalty Bows to the Ballet and Its Composers

Piano Study and the Schools

Language Problem in Singing (interview with Elena Nikolaidi)

Bread and Butter Music

Corner on Scales, Part 2

Building the Concert Program (interview with Eleanor Steber)

Music for the Making

Magic of the Harp

Choral Singing and the Solo Voice

Progress Chart—The Double Hit

Two Master Lessons—Sea Gardens (Cooke); Consolation in D-Flat (Liszt)


Volume 70, Number 09 (September 1952), Guy Mccoy Sep 1952

Volume 70, Number 09 (September 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What To Do on the Stage? (interview with Jarmila Novotna)

Tucson Boys Chorus

Vocal Accompanying is a Specialty (interview with James Quillian)

Corner on Scales Your Child and the Practice Problem

Golden Chalices of Song

Backstage at . . . The Telephone Hour

Before Music Lessons Begin

Trends in Organs and Organ Music (interview with Flor Peeters)


Volume 70, Number 08 (August 1952), Guy Mccoy Aug 1952

Volume 70, Number 08 (August 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making of a Violinist (interview with Michael Rabin)

Piano Classes—More Work, But Worth It!

Municipal Band Extraordinary

Toy Symphony

To Those High School Juniors and Seniors, Why Not Music?

Wisdom from a Master Virtuoso

Building a Lending Library of Piano Music!

Let Them Sing!

Making the Organ Pay Dividends (interview with Richard Leibert)

Piano Lessons We All Enjoy Relaxation Through Music


Volume 70, Number 07 (July 1952), Guy Mccoy Jul 1952

Volume 70, Number 07 (July 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Highway to Heaven

Traditions and Methods (interview with Jean Casadesus)

What is Bel Canto?

After the Studio (interview with Eileen Farrell)

And What About the Electronic Carillon?

On Being a Concert Artist Male Chorus—Step-Child of Music?

Mrs. Music Teacher Speaks

Challenge to the Concert Violinist

Fun with Rhythm

Summer Scrap-Book


Volume 70, Number 06 (June 1952), Guy Mccoy Jun 1952

Volume 70, Number 06 (June 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Jean Sibelius—Master of Järvenpää

Music is an Indivisible Whole (interview with Nicole Henriot)

Choosing the Right Vocal Teacher

Contacts for Artist Students

Music at International Friendship Gardens

Casals' Approach to Teaching the Cello

I'll Take the Low Road Children Who Could Never Learn Music, But Did

Seventy Continuous Years in Music


Volume 70, Number 05 (May 1952), Guy Mccoy May 1952

Volume 70, Number 05 (May 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Hammer-Finger or Perfect Finger

Hear Yourself as Others Hear You (interview with Astrid Varnay) What Were They Doing, Daddy?

American Industry in Music

That New York Début Recital

Man—Handel

Disc-Jockeys and American Music (interview with Paul Whiteman)

Careers of Service in Sacred Song (interview with George Beverly Shea)

Theobald Böhm—A Tribute: How His Work Influenced the Development of the Modern Orchestra, and Widened the Scope of the Composer

Their Time Isn't Your Time

Improving Orchestral Musicianship (interview with Efrem Kurtz)


A Study Of The Choir As An Agency Of Religious Education In The Local Church, Betty Adelaide Roper May 1952

A Study Of The Choir As An Agency Of Religious Education In The Local Church, Betty Adelaide Roper

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Program; 1952-04-06, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Apr 1952

Program; 1952-04-06, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


Volume 70, Number 04 (April 1952), Guy Mccoy Apr 1952

Volume 70, Number 04 (April 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Getting Your Pupils to Practice: A Human Problem

Points on Piano Study Would You Like to Become a Successful Singer?

Touring Boy Choir

Here is Mary Garden

Short Cuts in Music Education

First Aid for the Amateur

Music for Main Street

Swedish Nightingale in America

Place of Technique in Advanced Study


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


Program; 1952-02-17, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1952

Program; 1952-02-17, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


Program; 1952-02-10, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1952

Program; 1952-02-10, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


Program; 1952-02-10, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1952

Program; 1952-02-10, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


Volume 70, Number 02 (February 1952), Guy Mccoy Feb 1952

Volume 70, Number 02 (February 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Highlights of Artur Schnabel's Teaching

Singing Towers of North America

Young Career (interview with Barbara Gibson)

Hand and the Keyboard (interview with Artur Schnabel)

Strictly Professional Rural Delivery Service for Music Lessons

Genius of Artur Schnabel

Separate Preparation for Joint Concerts

Pops Recitals Prove Their Worth

How Musicians Can Save on Income Tax


Program; 1952-01-24, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Jan 1952

Program; 1952-01-24, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


Volume 70, Number 12 (December 1952), Guy Mccoy Jan 1952

Volume 70, Number 12 (December 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Christmas Love (Poem)

Concert Artist and His Community (interview with Alfredo de St. Malo)

Play Carols All-American, Too

Sixty Years Since Gilmore

Music Appreciation—Family Style

New Approach to Voice Training

Music: America's Global Ambassador of Good Will

Economics for the Music Teacher

Nativity: Christmas Program for Pianist and Narrator, Singer and Chamber Singers

Little Ol' Lady with Music in Her Soul

Adventures of a Piano Teacher


Volume 70, Number 01 (January 1952), Guy Mccoy Jan 1952

Volume 70, Number 01 (January 1952), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Modern Harp Technique: Gestures Have a Vital Part in Playing the Harp (interview with Carlos Salzedo)

Flexible Staff-Pianist: The Musical Handyman of the Broadcasting Studios—That's the Staff Pianist

Joys of Sonata Playing

Lost Music of Yesterday

New Idea in Music Education

Why Not Women in Orchestras?

Gentle Giant

Power of Concentration

Musical Cop

Music Education in Elementary Schools

So Your Child Won't Practice


Eighty Years Of Music In St. George, Utah, 1861-1941, Reed Paul Thompson Jan 1952

Eighty Years Of Music In St. George, Utah, 1861-1941, Reed Paul Thompson

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study has been to trace the development of music in St. George, Utah from its settlement in 1861 to 1941, an eighty-year period of much change. It has been an attempt, therefore, to show the musical heritage which this city now enjoys.


Brigham Cecil Gates: Composer, Director, Teacher Of Music, Lyneer Charles Smith Jan 1952

Brigham Cecil Gates: Composer, Director, Teacher Of Music, Lyneer Charles Smith

Theses and Dissertations

Every now and then, in the realms of science and art, we learn that some especially striking figure, who captures our attention, is from Utah. The achievements of the sons and daughters of the Utah pioneers reflect the substantial character of the work of the men and women who laid the foundation of Utah.

This foundation was composed of material gathered from every worthy purpose engulfing character and cultural expression of the people. Among other accomplishments, Utah has had a notable development in musical art. Her achievements have not been a result of extraordinary circumstances, but from the long and ...