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Karl Barth's Mozart: Lessons For Christian Music Education, John Macinnis Oct 2014

Karl Barth's Mozart: Lessons For Christian Music Education, John Macinnis

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The author considers Barth's thoughful and emotional engagement with Mozart's music and argues that "Christian music educators are in a special place for raising similar questions about music's contributions to human flourishing, its roles in personal progress, and the mysteries of common grace in which God's glory can be sounded from even unknowing servants."


Volume 74, Number 01 (January 1956), Guy Mccoy Jan 1956

Volume 74, Number 01 (January 1956), Guy Mccoy

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

What Was Mozart's Playing Like?

Creative Contrast in Mozart Mozart Bicentennial: A Partial Listing of Programs Honoring This Event For the Coming Year

Caring for the Voice (interview with Cesare Siepi)

Tape Recorder in the Music Room: Suggestions for the Use of Recording Equipment in the Educational Field

In the Steps of Mozart: A Brief Look at the Master's Life and Times as They Affected His Creative Output

Bartók, the Teacher—As I Knew Him


Volume 52, Number 01 (January 1934), James Francis Cooke Jan 1934

Volume 52, Number 01 (January 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Studying Music for the Joy of It (interview with Artur Bodanzky)

Old Friends are Best

Evening of Mozart: A Musical Play in Three Acts for Children and Adults

You Can Sing—If You Will! (interview with Ernestine Schumann-Heink)

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

Coming Back Without Teacher

Why Not Give an Etude Radio Recital?

Music Supervisor's Forum

New Deal, the New Leisure, and Music

Interesting Stephen Heller

Here's a New One

Those Troublesome Octaves

Value of Music Study to a Business Woman

Ledger Lines and Spaces Simplified

Sight Reading Suggestions ...


Volume 51, Number 05 (May 1933), James Francis Cooke May 1933

Volume 51, Number 05 (May 1933), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Musica Tonsoria

Music Now More than Ever (interview with William H. Woodin)

Several Points Worth While

How Weight Playing May Add to the Student's Resources

Why Great Artists Succeeded - Schumann-Heink

Michael Kelly Goes Abroad: An Amazing Musical Travelogue Over One Hundred Years Old Giving Intimate Glimpses of Haydn, Mozart, Glinck and Other Masters

Opera through the Centuries

Mozart and the B Minor Adagio

Can I Sing over the Radio?

For Busy People

Transposing at Sight

When it is Hard to Concentrate

Structure of Music - Modulation

Business Hints


Volume 49, Number 08 (August 1931), James Francis Cooke Aug 1931

Volume 49, Number 08 (August 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Planning for a Prosperous Season

Talk on the Talkies, A (interview with Lawrence Tibbett)

How to Learn to Play at Sight

More Greetings for Paderewski

Johannes Brahms, Etching

Piano Lessons from Masters of Yesteryear

Two Famous MacDowell Pieces

To Make the Left Hand Agile

Mozart the Prodigy (1756-1791)

Swiss Music Festival in the Bernese Oberland

Reading Between the Lines in Music: What is Implied is Often More Important than the Notes Themselves

Interesting Piano-Accordion (interview with Pietro Deiro)

Use of Phonograph in the Practice Hour

Imagination as Shown in Some Piano Pieces

Economizing the Practice Hour

Bell Music, Today and ...


Volume 38, Number 08 (August 1920), James Francis Cooke Aug 1920

Volume 38, Number 08 (August 1920), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Three Touches Employed in Melody Playing

How to Create New Teaching Business

Direct Method in Music Study

Basis of Success in Music Reading

Fighting Fate to Triumph

Never Too Late

To Parents—Don't Give Up Your Music

To the Pupil Without a Teacher

School and Studio: Studies in the Cirriculum of the Public School Which Compare with Musical Studies

Practical Aspects of Modern Pianoforte Study (interview with M. Alfred Cortot)

Accenting Compound Measures

By-Product of Counting Aloud

Passing Notes

How Much Do You Practice?

More Advanced Technical Exercises and the Relation of Technical Exercises to Studies

Starting Them In ...


Volume 36, Number 05 (May 1918), James Francis Cooke May 1918

Volume 36, Number 05 (May 1918), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Benjamin Franklin's Musical Side

Letter from General Hugh L. Scott

Slavery to the Keyboard

Piano's Future Assured

Practice the Bass

Music Now More Than Ever: Eminent Men and Women in Many Walks of Life Earnestly Urge Music as a Present National Need

Interesting Way to Teach Phrasing

Music Teachers' Desk

Love Letter from Mozart to his Wife

Get in Touch with the Other Professions

Personality and Interpretation

César Franck After Twenty-five Years

Haydn's Souvenirs of London

High Wrist and Low Wrist

Spirit of the Masters: Preparing for the Study of Beethoven, Brahms and Mendelssohn

Home Without Music ...


Volume 35, Number 02 (February 1917), James Francis Cooke Feb 1917

Volume 35, Number 02 (February 1917), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Success in Chorus Conducting: Hints, Aids and Advice to Leaders by the Foremost English Choral Conductors

Melody Hunting

Keep a Lesson Book

Surmounting Stubborn Passages: An Analysis of Technical Difficulties

Twelve Factors in Successful Teaching

When Interest Lags

Rest as Climax

Personality at the Lesson

Etude Master Study Page: A Group of Modern Italian Masters

Curiosities of Music

Modern Italian Operatic Composers

How Psychology Can Help the Musician

Chopiniana

Haydn's Boyhood Pride

High Lights in the Lives of Great Master: Haydn

Keeping Up the Interest in Scale Playing

Delicate Hand

Parting of Haydn and Mozart

Most Difficult Musical Composition ...


Volume 32, Number 05 (May 1914), James Francis Cooke May 1914

Volume 32, Number 05 (May 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

First Studies in Double Notes

Memorizing Music Successfully (interview with Ossip Gabrilowitsch)

How Gounod Surprised Berlioz

Charles Marie Widor: Dean of French Organ Masters

Method in Sight Reading

Balance in Rhythmic Movement

Study Harmony from Piano Playing

Wit of Malibran

Best of the New Music Issued by the Leading Publishers: Selected, Graded and Recommended to The Etude Readers

Prima Donna of To-Day and Yesterday

Interesting the Boy Pupil

Chopin as a Virtuoso: How Chopin's Playing Impressed His Hearers

Ballet in France

Masters Who Have Failed as Opera Composers

Musical Thought and Action in the Old World

How to Develop ...


Volume 32, Number 03 (March 1914), James Francis Cooke Mar 1914

Volume 32, Number 03 (March 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some Devices that Make Sight Reading Easy

Chopin's Last Surviving Pupil Gives Recollections of His Master

Leading the Pupil to Think While Practicing (interview with Harold Bauer)

Comfort at the Keyboard

Self-Development and Piano Playing

Mozart's Personal Appearance

Pioneers of American Music

Ornamentation in Music

Pros and Cons of Correspondence Instruction in Music: A Far Reaching Symposium on a Much Discussed Subject

Some Things the Student Should Know about Mozart's Works

Liszt's Original Compositions

Music and Abstract Ideas

Foundation Stones of Good Piano Technic

Tragic Character of the Music of Russia

Recollections of Celebrated Musicians (interview ...


Volume 32, Number 01 (January 1914), James Francis Cooke Jan 1914

Volume 32, Number 01 (January 1914), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

New Year's Greetings form Well Known American Composers

Talk with the Girl Who Would be a Prima Donna (interview with Nellie Melba)

Cheerfulness in the Lesson

To the Memory of Mathilde Marchesi, 1826-1913

Physical Side of Technical Development

Progress in Music Study (interview with Emil Sauer)

Musical Thought and Action Abroad

Pupils from a Farming District

Hints in Teaching Sight-reading

Attaining Technical Proficiency

To-day with Mozart in Salzburg

Lesson in Exact Terminology

Dot and the Double Dot

Operatic Choral Prayer

Recent Progress in Teaching Methods

Story of the Famous Singer Who Gave Richard Wagner His Ideals

Is Musical Theory ...


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 30, Number 09 (September 1912), James Francis Cooke Sep 1912

Volume 30, Number 09 (September 1912), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Need for a Good Position at the Keyboard

Interesting Vacation Trip to Mozart's Workshop

New Thoughts on the Physiology of Practice

His Majesty's Violins: A Tale of the Court of Louis XIV

Leschetizky on the Pedals

Why Should We Have Pieces for Left Hand Alone?

Pointers on Position at the Piano

Famous Mythological Characters in Music—Apollo

Some Personal Recollections of Chopin

Excessive Octave Practice

Well Known Composer Reaches Opus 1000—Arnold Sartorio

Some Conundrums on Musicians' Names

Women in the Orchestra

About Verdi's Operas


Volume 29, Number 07 (July 1911), James Francis Cooke Jul 1911

Volume 29, Number 07 (July 1911), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mendelssohn's Ideal Musical Training: Some Interesting Sidelights Upon the Education of the Fortunate Boy Who Was Later to Become One of the Word's Greatest Masters

Great Innovators in the Art of Piano-Playing

Very First Lessons at the Piano

Verdi's Egyptian Opera Aïda

Josef Pischna: The Renowned Writer of Technical Exercises

Brahms' Quick Wit

How to Secure a Legato-Touch

Systematise Your Octave Study

Closing of a Great Career—Gustav Mahler

Old Laws and New Ideas: Important Observations Upon Piano Practice

How the Piano Differs from Its Fore-runners

Characteristic Dance Forms: Short Notes upon Dances Which Have Become Famous ...


Volume 28, Number 02 (February 1910), James Francis Cooke Feb 1910

Volume 28, Number 02 (February 1910), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Lesson from Brahms

Methods and Customs of the Paris Conservatoire

Franz Joseph Haydn and the Development of the Sonata and the Symphony

Story of Pepito Arriola

Foreign Fingering vs. American Fingering

Some Uses for Old Music

Some Rules for Making Musical Manuscript

Analyses of Three Famous Classic Marches

How to Get the Most Out of Practice

Physiologist's Comments on Piano Playing


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 26, Number 04 (April 1908), James Francis Cooke Apr 1908

Volume 26, Number 04 (April 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Newly Discovered Sketch by Mozart with its Musical Explanation

Sustained Finger Exercises

Co-öperation of Teacher and Student

Stimulating the Pupil's Ambition

Autobiography of a Rhapsody of Liszt

Suggestions Relating to Scale Fingering

Some Factors that Aid Good Teaching

Thirty-minute Lesson

Wagner's Witty Remarks on the Oratorio in England

Difficulties of the Young Music Teacher

What Should the Amateur Pianist be Taught of Harmony

Allow the Student to Develop His Own Ideas

Remodeling the Old Teacher's Work: How Great Tact Should be Used in Making Changes


Volume 25, Number 04 (April 1907), Winton J. Baltzell Apr 1907

Volume 25, Number 04 (April 1907), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Maiden's Wish (Chopin Story)

Weber a Dramatic Composer

Control of Nervousness in the Musician

Making a Community Musical

Some Considerations on Foreign Study

Some Modern Technical Delusions and a Suggested Remedy

Dangers of Thoughtless Automatic Practice

Aim and Scope of Music for the Left Hand Alone

Shakespeare and Music: Some Interesting Quotations

Are the Keys with Flats in the Signatures Easier to Play than the Keys with Sharps? Why? (Symposium)

Beethoven's Love for Nature

Secret of Rosenthal's Technic

Artist's Revenge (A Story of Liszt and Chopin)

Anton Rubinstein in His Class Room

Keep the Eyes on ...


Volume 24, Number 06 (June 1906), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1906

Volume 24, Number 06 (June 1906), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making of an Artist: The Views of Alfred Reisenauer

Louis Köhler

Köhler's Technical Scheme

What is American Music?

Gluck and Lavater: How the Great Physiognomist Predicted the Composer's Career

Qualities of the Pianistic Hand

Notes on Rubinstein's Teaching

Handling of Piano Technic for Very Young Children

Study Value of the Pedal

Isadora Duncan and Her School for Classic Dancing

Studies in Prejudice: A Phase of Modern Art

Care to Practice, Then Careful Practice


Volume 24, Number 05 (May 1906), Winton J. Baltzell May 1906

Volume 24, Number 05 (May 1906), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Chorus Conducting and Music Festival Organization: Talks with Mr. Emil Mollenhauer and Mr. George W. Stewart

Who Shall Select the Pupils' Music

Monument to Stephen Heller

Self-Control

Sigismond Stojowski and His Views on Piano Study

Evolution of the Leschetizky Method

Some of the Elements of a Good Teacher

Program Novelties for Music Clubs

More Extensive Pianoforte Repertoire

Necessity of Theoretical and Historical Study to the Pianist

Reading at Sight: Some Practical Suggestions

How Improvements in the Piano Affected Composition

How the Great Musicians Practice

Mozart's Manner of Composing


Volume 20, Number 10 (October 1902), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1902

Volume 20, Number 10 (October 1902), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Making of an Artist: A Talk with Mark Hambourg

Ear-Training and Use of the Damper Pedal

Essential Conditions Making for Beauty of Tone in Piano-Playing

For the Young Composer

Keep a Dictionary Handy

Pupil's Rights

Technic vs. Interpretation in Piano Playing

Musician as Missionary

How to Keep Pupils

Beautiful Tone

Repertory Building as a Stimulus to Music Study

Fourth Finger in Arpeggios


Volume 20, Number 01 (January 1902), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1902

Volume 20, Number 01 (January 1902), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Joseph Hofmann on Piano Technic and Piano Practice

Guiding Thoughts for 1902 from Leading Musicians

In Mozartland with Old Fogy

Problems of Music Education

Ideal Music School

Place of Routine in Music Work

Woman Music Teacher in a Large City

Two Choices

Ideals


Volume 15, Number 06 (June 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Jun 1897

Volume 15, Number 06 (June 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Pianoforte Study: Hints on Piano Playing

Mozart's Journey from Vienna to Prague: A Romance of His Private Life

Musical Vitiation

What Our Profession Needs

Original of Chopin's Funeral March

Means Available in Piano Teaching

Anecdote of Liszt

Thoughts on Expression

Mistaken

Comments on Two Important Subjects

Finger Quality in Piano Playing

Selection of Teachers

Folk-Music

Three Golden Rules

Pupils' Musicales

Musical Listener

Tragic Side of Music Study

Music Education

Practicing the Hands Separately


Volume 15, Number 01 (January 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Jan 1897

Volume 15, Number 01 (January 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mr. Emil Liebling's Bach Course

Common Sense of Piano Teaching

Should Teachers Employ Collectors?

Souls or Stomachs, Which?

Singing the Counts

Music in its Relation to Health

Nervous Pupil

Boston as Musical Center for the Student

Cincinnati as a City for the Music Student

Talent and Intelligence Contrasted

What Method Do You Teach?

Should a Singing-Teacher Be Able to Sing?

One of Bob's Tramps: A Musical Tale

Talk About Some Early German Folk-Songs

High Prices Realized from Songs

Blasts from The Ram's Horn

Musical Listener

Wanted—A New System of Musical Notation

Better Understanding

That First Lesson ...


Volume 12, Number 09 (September 1894), Theodore Presser Sep 1894

Volume 12, Number 09 (September 1894), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Mental Practice

Amateur Musical Society

Art, Versus Muscular Power

Stray Toughts

Why Give Etudes

Summing Up of the Year's Work

Listening to Music: A Few Words to Concert-Goers

Specimen Programmes for Pupils, Hints as to Methods of Study Performance

Left Hand

Study of Hymn Tunes

Aphorisms

Musical History Examinations

How to Make a Simple Musical Cabinet

Time Reading

Woman's Life of Liszt

Some Curious Habits in Pupils, and Relections Thereon

Well Known

Must Teachers be Performers?

All Piano Pupils Should Study Harmony

Importance and Peculiarities of the Pianoforte

Different Ways of Composing

Gleams from Bohemia

Can Expression Be ...


Volume 03, Number 02 (February 1885), Theodore Presser Feb 1885

Volume 03, Number 02 (February 1885), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Brahms and Mozart

American Versus Foreign Fingering

Triumph of the Technicon

Deppee's Piano Method Arraigned: The Deppee; or Dish-Rag Theory of Playing the Piano

Technicon

Mechanical Appliances as Promoters of Piano-Forte Technique

Something About Piano-Forte Techniques

Short-Comings of Pupils

Moral Standing of the Musical Profession

On Jumping

Geo. F. Bristow Upon the Study of Harmony

Woman and Music

Treatise Upon the Develpoment of Piano-Forte Technique with the Aid of a Mechanical Apparatus

Heinrich-Henson Song Recital

Thoughts on Education from Klavierehren