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Table of Contents

John Milton, Composer

Your List of Memorized Pieces

Study of Studies Old and New: Observations upon Technical Elements of Style in Piano Playing

Keep the Emotions Alive with Music

New Educational System Attracting Wide Attention: Emile Jacques-Dalcroze and His Method of Rhythmic Development

Musical Education in Poland Yesterday and To-day

Making Play of Music Study

What Music in the Public Schools Is Accomplishing!

Architecture in Music: An Instructive Analogy between Music Building and House Building

Gentle Art of Composition

Once-in-a-While Lesson

Short Cuts to Sight Reading

Haydn and Marionette Music

Etude Master Study Page—Weber

Music in Wartime

Power of Encouragement in Music

Kind of Artistic Atmosphere to Avoid

Classwork in the Rudiments of Music

Master Lesson on the Schubert-Liszt Serenade

America's Part in the Manufacture of Musical Instruments

D'Indy's Tribute to César Franck

Developing the Fourth and Fifth Fingers Through the Chromatic Scale

Supporting Grand Opera

Publication Date



Theodore Presser Company


Lynchburg, VA


James Huneker, Hellerau, Institute at Hellerau, Katharine Goodson


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 33, Number 03 (March 1915)
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