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Special Notices

WANTED—AN INDUSTRIOUS, INTELLIGENT YOUNG
woman, preferably between twenty and twenty-five years of age, to receive, free of charge, board, lessons in advanced piano-playing, and thorough training in principles of correct teaching in a prominent conservatory of music, in return for services in teaching pupils in the lower grades of piano playing. The applicant must be a fairly good pianist, have decided talent for teaching, and be able to furnish unexceptionable references as to character. Address at once: Musical Director, care of Theodore Presser, 1708 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

FOR SALE—AN ESTEY TWO-MANUAL STUDENT OR-
gan, with 30 notes in pedals, 19 stops, beautiful pipe top. B. R. Lamb, 255 Beech Street, Pottstown, Pa.

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 of Etude.

THE CHICAGO PIANO COLLEGE ANNOUNCES A NEW
plan of Music Study which will be put into effect at the beginning of the Spring Term, April 13, 1903. Hereafter we shall begin a Second Class in the Spring which will continue for four consecutive terms (including the Summer Term) and finish the year’s work the following January. This plan will permit of study through the Vacation period, and the completion of the Course two Terms in advance of the next regular class.

E. T. PAULL’S GREAT “STORM KING” MARCH-GALOP
is having a large sale. This piece is a favorite with teachers. Readers of The Etude who have not as yet looked over the special offers made by E. T. Paull Music Company should not fail to read their column “ad.,” found on another page in this issue. As the propositions they make can only be had by patrons of this paper, look for the column containing E. T. Paull Music Company’s publications.

YOUNG ARTIST (CONCERT-PIANIST), PUPIL OF
Isidore Seips (Cologne), A. de Greef (Brussels), and Mauritz Leefson (Philadelphia) wishes a position as an instructor at a fashionable institute or conservatory. Address: J. L., care of Etude.

FOR SALEA SET OF ORGAN-PEDALS TO BE AT-
tached to any piano. Will be sold at a sacrifice. Address: W. E. H., care of Etude.

A WELL-KNOWN TEACHER AND SINGER DESIRES TO
locate in city or town where her abilities as singer and vocal teacher would be recognized. Address: H. D. P., care of Etude.

DERTHICK’S “MANUAL OF MUSIC.” ANYONE DE-
siring to dispose of a copy of the above at a low price will please address E. A. Churchill, Ureka, Cal.

WE HAVE TO ANNOUNCE THIS MONTH A CHANGE
in the title of a music method which has achieved a wide popularity and which is well known to readers of The Etude under its late title: “The Burrowes Musical Kindergarten Method.”

For some time it has been felt by its many teachers that the word “kindergarten” has been too narrow to give a proper conception of the method’s scope, or to convey an adequate idea of the practical value of the work. Its new title is “The Burrowes Course of Music Study,” which it is hoped will convey the impression of completeness and practicality in which its first title was somewhat lacking.

“The Burrowes Course of Music Study” has, under its former name, achieved a large following of teachers, and the demonstrations given by the authoress, Katharine Burrowes, at several state and national conventions created much favorable comment. It is to be hoped that under its new name it will be even more successful in the future than in the past.

 

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