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Table of Contents

Sanctity of Music,

How Beethoven Played His Sonata, Op. 14, No.2

Freedom of Expression

At the Beginning

Hints to Young Music Teachers

Humor in Instrumental Music

Musical Growth in Pupils

Possibilities in Piano-Playing

Correcting Bad Habits

Two Ways

Confidence in Pupils

Amateur Music Teachers

Classical Music—What is it?

Music Teacher Described

Power of Music Upon Uncultured Listeners

Musings on Class Teaching

Objective Study

New Way of Scale Teaching

What a Music Pupil Should Study

Old Teacher's Opinion

Place of Music in a Liberal Education

Practical Uses of the Metronome

Musician vs. Player

Pluck and Policy in the Music Teacher


Word to Young Players

He Studied with Liszt

Meaning of Music

Publication Date



Theodore Presser Company


Lynchburg, VA


piano, Beethoven Sonata, instrumental music


Composition | Ethnomusicology | Fine Arts | History | Liturgy and Worship | Music | Music Education | Musicology | Music Pedagogy | Music Performance | Music Practice | Music Theory


Monthly departmental articles (e.g. Violin Questions, Band and Orchestra Department, etc.) have been omitted from the Table of Contents as well as monthly miscellany (e.g. World of Music, New Records, etc.). For a detailed index of articles, see Dr. Pam Dennis’s An Index to Articles Published in The Etude Magazine, 1883-1957 Part 1 and Part 2 (published by A-R Editions and the Music Library Association). An index to the musical scores included in each issue may be found in Dr. Douglas Bomberger’s An Index to Music Published in The Etude Magazine, 1883–1957 (also published by the Music Library Association).

Volume 09, Number 03 (March 1891)
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