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Table of Contents
How Washington Irving Revelled in the Music of Christmas
Be a Live Wire
Are You a Good Salesman?
How to Keep Fit for a Successful Public Appearance
Never Louder Than Lovely
Has the Art of the Piano Reached Its Zenith or Is it Capable of Further Development? A Historic Conference Conducted through the Co-operation of a Group of the Foremost Pianists of the Day in the Interests of Etude Readers
Know Your Piano
What is Temperament?
Price: Can You Pay It?
Humorous Musical Interruptions
Music That is Too Difficult
Mysterious Middle Pedal: A Most Interesting and Helpful Article Upon the Sustaining Pedal and Its Various Uses
Proper Playing of Broken Harmony
Practical Aids in Sight Reading
Unnecessary Eye Strain
High Lights in the Life of Schubert: Word Pictures of the Great Genius of Song
Does Music Age?
Legato Octaves, Thirds and Sixths
Charles Dickens, the Humorist of Music: Laughable Musical Descriptions by the Great Author
Build a Foundation for Your Dream Castle
What Do You Pay for Your Lessons?
Proverb of the Successful Teacher
Wrong Notes and How They Come to Be
Importance of Regular Practice
Is Genius Essential to Keyboard Mastery?
Making Broken Chords Whole Again
One Wrong Note is Waste
Some Secrets in Time Saving
How Chopin Played His Famous Etude in A Flat, Op. 25, No. 1
Two Useful Exercises
Why Men Should Study Music
Theodore Presser Company
Christmas issue, Christmas music, army music, Charles Dickens
Composition | Ethnomusicology | Music | Music Education | Musicology | Music Pedagogy | Music Performance | Music Practice | Music Theory
Cooke, James Francis (ed.). The Etude. Vol. 36, No. 12. Philadelphia: Theodore Presser Company, December 1918. The Etude Magazine: 1883-1957. Compiled by Pamela R. Dennis. Digital Commons @ Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, NC. https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/etude/37