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A NEW BOOK RECENTLY PUBLISHED BY
Henry Fuller, of Philadelphia, is “Musical Essentialities.” The author straightens out, in a simple manner, many of the problems which perplex students; especially valuable are the chapters on “Time” and on “Rhythm.” The advice, information, and musical knowledge contained in this volume make it a valuable acquisition to the student, and an instructive book to all interested in the art of music. See advertisement.

FOR SALE.—TWO-MANUAL AND PEDAL REED-
organ, displaced by large pipe-organ. $125.00 with motor. Cost $550.00. F. H. Shepard, Orange, N. J.

PRACTICAL COURSE IN HARMONY BY CORRE-
spondence. Method differs from all others. Highest indorsements. Circulars. Shepard School of Theory, Carnegie Hall, New York City.

VOCAL TEACHER WANTED IN A CONSERVA-
tory. Male preferred, either bass or tenor. One with a good voice preferable, as a church position is included. Address: Anton F. Koerner, 165 Main Street, Norfolk, Va.

O. H. ALBRECHT, THE WELL-KNOWN TEACHER
and publisher of mandolin, banjo, and guitar music, has just issued a set of class studies, written by the clever composer, Thomas J. Armstrong, who is known throughout the country as the leading writer for small stringed instruments. These studies consist of five books to each instrument, and may be used in any combination by mandolin, banjo, and guitar players or teachers. The mandolin books are also adapted for violin solos or duets with piano accompaniments, which are published separate. See advertisement in this issue.

E. T. PAULL MUSIC COMPANY’S FULL-COLUMN
“ad.,” which appears on another page of this issue of The Etude, is well worth looking over, as they make special offers which are of interest to all teachers of music, which can only be obtained by the readers of The Etude. You will be repaid for your time in looking over what they have to offer. The editions of the E. T. Paull Music Company are without any exception the handsomest issued by any publishing house in the trade.

ZITHER SOLOIST DESIRES A FEW MORE EN-
gagements for concerts. Mrs. Ida S. Falk, 704 Reaney Street, St. Paul, Minn.

 

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