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Table of Contents

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 Concentration

Etude Master Study Page—Mozart

Well Known Composers of To-Day—Carl Moter

Humor in the Teaching Hours

Interpretation Lesson on Mozart's Fantasia in D Minor

Keeping a Small Musical Library in Order

Difficulties in Repeated Notes

Getting Expression Through Accents

Methodical Piano Practice

Practical Ideas for Developing the Left Hand

Better Sight-Reading Needed

Musical History a Prod to Success

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Theodore Presser Company


Lynchburg, VA


John S. Dwight, Chopin, Mozart, Carl Moter


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 32, Number 05 (May 1914)
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