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A BRILLIANT DUTCH LADY PIANIST DESIRES
a position with a first-class company to play solos. Can give exclusive piano recitals, if desired, of the best concert music. Address: J. M., care of The Etude.

EVERY UP-TO-DATE MUSIC TEACHER WILL BE
interested to know that the Faelten Pianoforte School will hold a summer session in July, 1900. Full particulars on application to Carl Faelten, director, 162 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. Read the announcement in another column.

WANTED, BY GENTLEMAN OF EXPERIENCE,
a well-established teaching connection or Conservatory of Music in a good city where there is a field for artistic work in pianoforte and voice culture. Address: C, care of The Etude.

VOCAL TEACHER—FRENCH, BEST RECOM-
mendations, pupil of Lamperti and Blasco, Milan, Italy; Herr Stockhausen, Frankfort-A.-M.; practical experience on European stages, teaches in French, Italian, German, and English—desires an opening in some conservatory or college in the United States, with privilege of private classes and open to concert engagements. Address: L. S., care of The Etude.

MRS. N. K. DARLINGTON’S RECENT TRIP WEST
was attended with success in every respect, the merits of “Kindergarten Music-Building” being fully recognized. In Chicago, and Columbus, Ohio, where Mrs. Darlington held normal classes, the method was most enthusiastically received. Classes of normal schools and children are now in session at Mrs. Darlington’s studio, 1069 Boylston Street, Boston, where little tots delighting in the wonders of the tone world, so happily presented to them, rival the children of larger growth.

FOR SALE —ONE STUDENT’S TECHNICON IN
splendid condition. Price, $3.50. One Maelzel metronome, with bell, good as new. Price, $2.00. Address: Estelle McHenry, Palestine, Tex. No. 19, Cor. Magnolia and Combination Streets.

BURPEE’S FARM ANNUAL FOR 1900 IS MORE
attractive than ever in a particularly dainty cover, while the book is full of life-like illustrations from photographs. Altogether, the catalogue shows most painstaking care in the effort “to tell the plain truth about seeds,” as proved at Fordhook Farms—the largest trial grounds in America. It will be mailed free to any of our readers who mention this paper. Address: W. Atlee Burpee & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.

WANTED—BY A TEACHER WITH TEN YEARS’
experience, a position in good school or college to teach piano and harmony. Testimonials and references furnished. Miss M. W. Robertson, Toccoa, Georgia.

 

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