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Music During The Reformation: Changing Times And Changing Minds, Carolyn S. Ticker Apr 2015

Music During The Reformation: Changing Times And Changing Minds, Carolyn S. Ticker

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

As music developed throughout the early centuries its function changed according to the philosophies and principles governing the culture to which it belonged. This is readily apparent in the church, as one can trace the development of music in the worship service from the Medieval times to the Reformation and beyond. During the Protestant Reformation music’s role in the church changed. My presentation seeks to discover how music was used in the different branches of Protestantism of the time and how its usage compared with other sects; specifically I compared and contrasted what worship would have looked like in ...


Volume 52, Number 03 (March 1934), James Francis Cooke Mar 1934

Volume 52, Number 03 (March 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Student Hardships that Lead to Success (interview with Elisabeeth Rethberg)

Studying the Pianissimo

Musical Courtesy

Composer's Workshop: How Composers Employ Simple Devices to Expand Their Musical Ideas

Irish Quartet

On Choosing a Musical Career

Music and the Ritual of the Dance in Ceylon: The Subtropical Themes and Rhythms that Have an Undying Allure

Pride of Personal Performance

Musical Pepper Box

Helps to Better Sight Playing

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: Its Origin, History and Activities

Slighted Finger

Teach All Keys in the Early Grades

Piano Accordion Band

Conducting a Practical Studio Piano Contest

Problem of the Baby Violinist

Story of Aloha ...


Volume 51, Number 07 (July 1933), James Francis Cooke Jul 1933

Volume 51, Number 07 (July 1933), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Discipline versus Coddling

Summer Progress in Music Study (interview with Ernest Hutcheson)

Some Fallacious Theories

Is Music a Language?

Johannes Brahms—Portrait

Playing Duets with Brahms

Destiny and a Brahms Autograp

Music's Role in Healing: History Reveals the Curious Use of Music in Therapeutics

Structure of Music: Counterpoint—The Interweaving of Melodies

To Improve Octaves

Scottish Song Stories

Making Music Teaching Opportunities

Musical Tea

Genius of Jessie L. Gaynor: An Intimate Picture of Remarkable Figure in American Musical Education

Those Interesting Scales

Lost Schubert Masterpiece

Vacation Practice Schedule


Volume 49, Number 02 (February 1931), James Francis Cooke Feb 1931

Volume 49, Number 02 (February 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

When I Arrived in the Metropolis

Social Art of Music (editorial)

Leschetizky as I Knew Him

Music Study in Paris

Report Card for Piano Work

Musik der Zeit: An Editorial Discussion of Present Day Gargoyles of Dissonance

Putting the Spirit into Spirituals

Accompanist

How Dvorák Taught Composition

Tie and Slur Confusion

Young Pupil Meditates

Educating the New Musical Public

Musical Greeting

Reports for Music Pupils

Music Versus Noise

Relaxing the Shoulders

Transposing for the Uninitiated

Remembering the Pupil


Volume 48, Number 11 (November 1930), James Francis Cooke Nov 1930

Volume 48, Number 11 (November 1930), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music, Season 1930-31

Critical Digest of Music and Masters

To Count or Not to Count

How to Organize and Start a Piano Class

Fascinating Musical Dances I Have Seen East of Suez

Mother's Hand Leads the Way: Changing the Practice Hour from Drudgery to Delight

Christmas Party

Teresa Carreño as Teacher: Memories of a Remarkable Woman and Musician

Are You Able to Play Trills?

Sparks from the Musical Anvil of Today

Beauty of Bach

Ivory and Ebony Gymnasium

How to Place the Piano

That Concert Cough

Snapshot Sight Reading

Teacher-Parent Coöperation

Tales from ...


Volume 47, Number 08 (August 1929), James Francis Cooke Aug 1929

Volume 47, Number 08 (August 1929), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Father Bach: A Personal Visit to the Home of Bach and a Sketch of Some of the Smaller Compositions of the Master

How Shall We Study Bach?

Cleaning Up Slovenly Playing

Polyphonically Speaking

Bird Repertoires

How I Graduated as a Music Bachelor at Fifty-Nine

Building Scale Technic

Pianist and Patent Office: Odd Mechanical Contrivances Designed to Help Pianists

Universal Schubert

Thirty Great Opera Composers


Volume 46, Number 11 (November 1928), James Francis Cooke Nov 1928

Volume 46, Number 11 (November 1928), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Revolution in American Musical Education

Milan, the Shrine of the Opera

Johann Sebastian Bach (Etching)

Master Themes the World Loves Best

Antidotes for Unnecessary Platform Fear

Race and Nation in Music

Scale Writing Drill for Young Pupils

Egyptian Music: Sonds of the Ancient Land of Mystery

First Year Ear Training


Volume 43, Number 08 (August 1925), James Francis Cooke Aug 1925

Volume 43, Number 08 (August 1925), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Modern Ideas in Pianoforte Technic (interview with E. Robert Schmitz)

Developing a Sense of Rhythm

What Schubert Thought About

There is Music in the Air

Mirth and Music: A Midsummer Page of Merriment and Wit of the Famous Musicians, Taken from the Recent Highly Entertaining Book, Musical Laughs

Reading Music by Groups

Your Musical Memory—How to Enlarge It

Carmen's Half Century

Schubert's Daily Round

Virtuosity Versus Musicianship

Motives

Naming the Note Family

Systematic Practice Plan

Mastering Forearm Movements

John Brown, of John Brown's Body

Mean and Cranky

How to Select a Teacher

American Renaissance of Johann ...


Volume 42, Number 10 (October 1924), James Francis Cooke Oct 1924

Volume 42, Number 10 (October 1924), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Recollections of Master Musicians and Master Pianists Whom I Have Known

What a Music Lesson Should Contain

Some Effects of Music

Pranks on Parnassus: How Great Composers Have Seen the Humorous and Joyous Side of Life

Finding the Right Fingers in the Right Time

Crossing Hands

Study Stimulants

From Wonderchild To Diva (interview with Marcella Sembrich)

Mirrors for Hand Position

Syncopated Pedal

Lesson on Stems

How to Go About Studying Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier: Progressive Order in Which to Take Up Each Number

Something About Accents

Immortals Protest Against Jazz: Brahms, Grieg, Mendelssohn, Rubinstein and Schubert Strike for their Right ...


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

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

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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 37, Number 06 (June 1919), James Francis Cooke Jun 1919

Volume 37, Number 06 (June 1919), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Professional Accompanist

Ten Golden Rules for Piano Study

Pianist and Time Values

Imperfection of the Musical Scale

Silent Rhythm

How to Study the Two-Voiced Inventions of Bach

Rock Bottom of Pianistic Progress

Talking and Doing

Muscular Action in Piano Playing

Make Technic Your Servant—Not Your Master

Practical and Helpful Ideas from the National Convention of the Music Teachers' National Association: What Active Teachers are Thinking and Saying

When Nero was Studying Singing

Out—Back at 2.30

Bible Operas

Cultivating Confidence in the Child

Famous Salon Compositions and Their Composers: Pieces Everybody Knows and the Musicians Who Wrote Them ...


Volume 37, Number 02 (February 1919), James Francis Cooke Feb 1919

Volume 37, Number 02 (February 1919), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Are You Loyal to Your Art?

How to Play Two Notes Against Three and Other Unusual Rhythmic Combinations

What Helped Me Most in My Career

How to Correct Common Rhythmic Blunders

Weak Spot in Piano Teaching

String Wind Instrument

Technical Roads to Piano Success

Pieces that Advertise the Teacher

He Didn't Have to Learn

Secrets of Success of Great Musicians

Touch in Piano Playing

Leo Ornstein, Composer and Pianist

Overtures, Past and Present

When and How to Begin the Study of Bach

Bach for Beginners

Neglected Bass Note

Telling the Pupil How to Practice

Has the Art of the ...


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

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

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

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 05 (May 1907), Winton J. Baltzell May 1907

Volume 25, Number 05 (May 1907), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musician's Holiday in Central Europe: Summer Music in Germany

Liszt's Love for the Piano

TTo the Graduates in Music: A Baccalaureate

Scales and Scale Playing: Their Place in Modern Piano Playing (Prize Essay)

Minnesinger

Education of the Masters

Conservatory Musical Society—What it Can Do for Members

Suggestion to Stimulate American Composition

Teaching Pieces by Godard

Some Leipzig Teachers of Fifty Years Ago


Volume 18, Number 11 (November 1900), Winton J. Baltzell Nov 1900

Volume 18, Number 11 (November 1900), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Slow Practice

Difference in Fractions

Teaching: Its Purpose and Its Influence upon Music at Large

Ideas for Teaching Children

True Basis of Teaching

Playing or Non-Playing Teachers

Mental Attitude of Teacher and Pupil

Letter to a Young Composer

Primary Teaching, Part 2

How to Begin the Study of Bach

Teacher's Fertility

Home-Circle Critics

Some Points of Success

Talking Lessons Not All

Rapid Memorization of Key Signatures

Art of Holding Pupils

Look up to Bach


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 06, Number 09 (September 1888), Theodore Presser Sep 1888

Volume 06, Number 09 (September 1888), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

How to Acquire a Sympathetic Touch

Summer Music Schools

Cost of Studying Abroad

Professional Courtesy

Some Thoughts for Music Teachers

Musical Pharisee

Sight Reading Before Memorizing

Studies and Their Importance

Work of the American College of Musicians

Dead Teachers

Solved—A Vexed Question

Teaching Beginners

Open for Discussion

Crazy Patch of Musical Memories

Harmonic Scale


Volume 04, Number 11 (November 1886), Theodore Presser Nov 1886

Volume 04, Number 11 (November 1886), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Liszt from Another Point of View

Arm in Piano-Forte Playing

Tone Question Again

Our Musical Bringing Up

On Two Points in Piano-Forte Teaching

Music Teaching from a Psychological Standpoint

Shall Playing from Memory be Encouraged

Future of Music in America

Nature of Harmony

Grumble from Old Fogy

Music Teachers' Class Book

Techniphone Idea