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Special Notices.

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A PIANIST AND TEACHER OF WIDE EXPERI-
ence is open for engagement to take charge of Music Department in school or college. Mason Technic, Harmony, Counterpoint, Recitals. Refers to Mr. Wm. Mason, Mr. Theodore Presser, and others. Address 80 La Fayette Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., care J. S. Leverich.

MR. W. S. B. MATHEWS WILL CONDUCT A
summer class for Teachers, at his studio in the Tower of the Chicago Auditorium, July 5th to 30th. The course has been arranged for the purpose of stimulating Piano Teachers and adding to their knowledge as much as possible in the time, and with a minimum attendance upon Class Work by the pupils. The course is the outcome of Mr. W. Mathews’ twenty-five years’ experience in the needs of Teachers. Mason’s Technics and the principles of piano teaching generally, including the entire musical development of the pupil, will be substantially the ground covered. A Vocal Department will be conducted by the celebrated Mr. J. D. Mehan, of Detroit. For particulars write to Mr. Mathews, as above.

OPERETTA “PANATHENÆA,” BY FANNY Granbery Levy, for School Commencements and Church Entertainments. Published by Gordon, New York.

SPECIAL SUMMER TERM FOR PIANO TEACH-
ers. Silas G. Pratt, the Composer, Pianist, and Principal of the West End Private School of Piano Playing, 69 West Eighty-eighth Street, New York, will give a special summer term for Teachers and those desirous of becoming Teachers, commencing July 1st, and lasting six weeks. Rudiments of Harmony practically applied to Piano Playing; Interpretation Classes; Pupils’ Recitals; Examinations and Teachers’ Certificates awarded. For circulars and terms apply to the address above.

 

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