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Volume 57, Number 07 (July 1939), James Francis Cooke Jul 1939

Volume 57, Number 07 (July 1939), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Joy of Singing

Learning to Interpret Great Music (interview with Robert Casadesus)

Radio Flashes

Negro Stephen Foster: The First Published Biography of James A. Bland

New Genius Who Does Not See—Alex Templeton

How to Improve the Child's Reading Ability

Music Circus in Recital: A Program That Will Delight All Youngsters, and Intrigue the Boys

Having Fun with the Ears

Music from a Carpenter's Saw

Music as a Business Man Sees It (interview with Allan Hancock)

Our Insect Musicians

Wrist Lubrication

Abandoned Farms of Music Education

Threshold of Music: Keys That are Related—Sisters and Cousins and Aunts ...


Volume 54, Number 11 (November 1936), James Francis Cooke Nov 1936

Volume 54, Number 11 (November 1936), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Reflections from a Musical Life

Bird in Grand Opera

My Symphonic Debut in the Films

Pep in Music

For That Weak Left Hand

Harp in History

Woman's Struggle for Recognition in Music

Forgotten Pedal of the Piano

Gift of Liszt to Grieg

Spirituals to Symphonies: A Brief Survey of Negro Music in America, from the Jubilee Singers and their Spirituals to the Playing of Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony by the Philadelphia Orchestra

Chicago Symphony Orchestra (founded by Theodore Thomas)

Gala Days with Liszt at Weimar

Photo-Chart for the Piano Accordion

New Piano Accordion Field

Securing Finger Control

Jazzy ...


Volume 53, Number 10 (October 1935), James Francis Cooke Oct 1935

Volume 53, Number 10 (October 1935), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Amazing Career of Ignace Paderewski: Pianist, Composer, Orator, Statesman

Should Piano Teachers Study Other Instruments?

Lowered Second Scale-Step

National Broadcasting Company Music Appreciation Hour

Most Amazing Romance in Musical History

Genial Dr. Burney: The Originator of the Paino Duet

William Byrd in Praise of Singing

Day in Radio City

La Bohome—A Tragedy of Humble Life in Paris—An Adaptation of Puccini's Famous Opera, to be Used as a Reading at Music Clubs

Why Every Child Should Have Musical Training


Volume 52, Number 07 (July 1934), James Francis Cooke Jul 1934

Volume 52, Number 07 (July 1934), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Paderewski and Modern Piano Progress

Proper Care of School Pianos

Signor Patti and a Few Others: Notable Husbands of Famous Singers

Older Hands

Earliest Americans and their Music

To Overcome Mistakes in Note-Reading

How to Conduct a Piano Tournament

Music and Life

When Summer Comes Will Music Lag Behind? (interview with Harold Bauer)

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

Some Piano Questions

Piano Lessons with Camille Saint-Saëns

Use of Music as a Healing Agent Among the Indians

Life Span of Famous Composers

Hint in Reading

Tambourine Corps

Signposts to Successful Piano Teaching

How ...


Volume 49, Number 05 (May 1931), James Francis Cooke May 1931

Volume 49, Number 05 (May 1931), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

International Appreciation of Ignace Jan Paderewski: World Famous Pianists and Teachers Greet the Renowned Master in His Hour of Greatest Triumph

Some Fundamentals of Natural Octave Playing

Important Association and a Great Cause

Student Days of George Frederic Handel (1685-1759)

How Harmony Helps the Music Student

Pedal Markings

Picture from the Past

Lest We Forget, Lest We Forget: Important Musical Historical Figures of the Picturesque Past

Freak Scales: Curious Musical Systems Used by Modern Composers

Wagner's Death-Dreams of His Own Walhalla (Picture)

Master Lesson Upon Chopin's Aeolian Harp Etude, Op. 25, No. 1

Singing Intelligently in English

Garcia ...


Volume 48, Number 01 (January 1930), James Francis Cooke Jan 1930

Volume 48, Number 01 (January 1930), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Music and Brains

New Apsects of American-Indian Music

How Much Technic is Indispensable?

Designing Natural Fingerings

Pertinent Advice to Practical Pianists

Notable Careers of the Esterhazy Family: An Account of the Remarkable Hungarian Family Which Extended Enormous Assistance to Musical Art, Through Its Benefactions to Composers and Players, Including Mozart, Haydn, and Schubert

Centenary of the Accordion

Art of Making Playing Beautiful (interview with George Copeland)

Up-to-Date Ideas on Improving Piano Touch: How to Practice Thirds, Sixths and Octaves

Beethoven's Minuet in G

Brace for Broken Rhythm

Arpeggio Drill

Parent's Part

Tips Important

Teaching Note Values

Musical Home ...


Volume 33, Number 02 (February 1915), James Francis Cooke Feb 1915

Volume 33, Number 02 (February 1915), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Instructive One Minute Paragraphs for Busy Music Workers

Facts About Musical Belgium

To Develop Pearly Runs

Mendelssohn's Interested Listener

Haydn, Dvorak and the Anglican Chant

Masonic Symbolism in the Magic Flute

Pair of Devices for Maintaining Interest

How the Chinese Sang to their Ancestors

Soul of Robert Schumann

Breadth in Musical Art Work (interview with Ignace Jan Paderewski)

Maintaining a High Standard of Efficiency

Music of Proud and Chivalrous Poland: With Special Contributions from Mme. Marcella Sembrich and Leopold Stowski

Beauty of Poland's National Music

Chopin—Poland's National Poet

Popular Fallacies Regarding Tone

Concentration, the Secret of ...


Volume 26, Number 01 (January 1908), James Francis Cooke Jan 1908

Volume 26, Number 01 (January 1908), James Francis Cooke

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Some of Reinecke's Famous Pupils

Home Life of Reinecke

Courses of Self-Study for Piano: Suggestions as to How It May Best Be Pursued

What Music Owes to Dancing

Paderewski on Music Teaching

Career of a Concert Singer: Opinions and Experiences of the Noted Concert Soprano Miss Emma Thursby

Private Teacher in His Relation to Music in the Public Schools

How I Teach the Scales

How Long Shall Be the Lesson of a Child Under Twelve Years?

Chances of the Music Teacher in the Southwest


Volume 15, Number 10 (October 1897), Winton J. Baltzell Oct 1897

Volume 15, Number 10 (October 1897), Winton J. Baltzell

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

On the Virtues of India-Rubber: A Pupil's Plea

Piano and the Left Hand

Tale with a Moral

Women as Piano Tuners

You Can Lead a Horse to Water, But You Can Not Make Him Drink

Greatest Dates in Music

Impositions on Musicians

Music Teacher and His Work

Piano and Pianist at the Summer Hotel

Feel Music: Think Music

Business Side of Music: About Piano Commissions, etc.

Pilgrim of Art

Development in Firmness of Rhythm

Would-Be Paderewski

Wasting a Pupil's Time

Brains and Music

Oddities of Great Musicians

Aphorisms of Art-Philosophy

Neglected Pianoforte Compositions

At the Musicale

I Have ...


Volume 14, Number 05 (May 1896), Theodore Presser May 1896

Volume 14, Number 05 (May 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Fidelity to Music

What is the Use of a Musical Education

Plea for the Other Side

Musical Hypocrisy

Sober Chat

Breadth in Teaching

Will-Power and Success

Paderewski in His Daily Life

Genius

Place of Music in Education

Musical Thermometer

Don't Crush Individuality

Selection of Pieces

Technic or Not Technic

Three Bad Cases—Remedies Applied—Results

Washing a Piano

American Composer of the Future

To Amateurs

Good Playing Makes Classic Music Popular

Should Pupils Hear Their Pieces?

Letters to Pupils

Real Paderewski

Two Worthy Objects


Volume 14, Number 04 (April 1896), Theodore Presser Apr 1896

Volume 14, Number 04 (April 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Where Ignorance is Bliss—!

Selecting a Piano

Art of Singing Applied to the Piano

Maxims for Young Teachers

Dr. Mason and the Pressure Touch

Appeal

Some Elements Necessary to the Success of a Pupil of the Pianoforte

For Amateurs: What is a Theme and Counter Theme in Music?

Half-Baked Musicians

Faults of Pianists

Selection of Pieces for Teaching

Cultivation of Memory in Piano Students

Something for Every One

How Gounod Managed the Church Committee

Paderewski's Hands

How to Combine the Art and the Business of Music

Am Beyond the Mark to Hit the Mark

Woman's Future

Music Lesson ...


Volume 14, Number 01 (January 1896), Theodore Presser Jan 1896

Volume 14, Number 01 (January 1896), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Ultra Sensitive

Rambling Talk

Hints for the Studio: How to Gain the Greatest Good from Pupil Recitals

Faults in the Editions of Chopin's Works

Make Study Interesting

Failures

Mechanical Aids for Piano Playing

Description of Beethoven's Pastoral Sonata

Thinking Sound

How We Have Progressed

Study of Music Criticism

Interview with a Pianist (interview with M. Henri Falckes)

Niccolai von Wilm

Piano Nuisance

Estimate of Bach

Should Music Teachers Be Performers?

How Is it Pronounced?

Irregular Groups

What is the Effect of Touch on the Piano?

Plea for Keeping Time

Paderewski Technic


Volume 13, Number 11 (November 1895), Theodore Presser Nov 1895

Volume 13, Number 11 (November 1895), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Caprice, Opus 16, No. 1, by Mendelssohn

Chat with Amateurs

Consolidation: The Etude and Musical World

Good Sense

Recording Apparatus for Piano Touch

Met by Chance

Patti's Repertoire

How to Instruct and Interest Little Ones

Instructive Interview

Music as It is Taught

What is Music?

Private or Conservatory Teaching

Music Teacher's Experience

On the Expectations and Prospects of a Musical Professor

Boy Musicians

It My Be You

Perplexities of a Country Music Teacher

Graded Course of Teaching Pieces and Studies

Plea for Better Pronunciation

Few Reflections

Profitable Study

Good Words

Rambling Talk: We and Our Musical Children

Superficial ...


Volume 13, Number 10 (October 1895), Theodore Presser Oct 1895

Volume 13, Number 10 (October 1895), Theodore Presser

The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957

Hardest Piano Piece

Modern Musical Crank

Absent-Minded Musicians

Art and Artlessness

Creed of the Well-Taught Pupil

Other Side of the Story

Difficult Passages as Etudes

That Other Teacher

Types of Piano Teacher

Extemporization

Interesting Interview with Verdin

Listening to One's Own Playing

Discouragements of Piano-Playing

Woman and Music

Reform Needed

Account of the Gavotte

Liszt and Chopin

Suggestions for Musical People

Lecture Recital

Phenomenal Voices

Worse Than Wasted

How Composers are Inspired

Piano in Small Parlors

How I Read the Etude

Study of Music: Small Children be Made to Study Music, Talent or no Talent?

Philosophic Reflections

Points in ...