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AN EXPERIENCED TEACHER, WHO HAS RECEIVED
a thorough musical education abroad, wishes a position as teacher of piano and harmony in school or college. Address E. J. D., care Etude.
 
HARMONY BY MAIL.—ATTENTION IS INVITED TO
the ad., in another column, of the Shepard School of Theory, Carnegie Hall, New York City. This work represents a remarkable advance, both in its presentation and in the ends to be attained. Every facility for thorough investigation is afforded, including a free specimen lesson.
 
HARMONY AND COUNTERPOINT TAUGHT BY MAIL.
Franklin S. Owens, 6037 Reinhart Street, West Philadelphia.
 
EXPERIENCED TEACHER WISHES POSITION IN
school for piano, vocal, and chorus training. Address "W," care of The Etude.
 
DANCE OF THE FIRE-FLIES IS THE NAME OF A
beautiful piece recently issued by E. T. Paull Music Company, whose column "ad." appears on another page in this issue of The Etude. As a teaching piece there is nothing better. It is written in Gavotte time. Teachers and readers of The Etude will find some of the greatest offers made by any responsible publishing house in the column "ad." of the E. T. Paull Music Company. It is well worth looking over; special pieces are offered to Etude readers.
 
FOR SALE—A HENRY F. MILLER PIANO WITH
organ-pedal attachment. In good condition. Address: H. S. Hall, Middletown, Ct.

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