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Special Notices

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.

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.

VIRGIL PRACTICE CLAVIERS FOR SALE, AGENT
selling out. D. Scherzer, 4331 Pine Street, St. Louis, Mo.

FOR SALE, SEVERAL MASON & HAMLIN LISZT OR-
gans in quartered oak and San Domingo mahogany cases, with benches to match: suitable for Church, Parlor, or Studio. Also a two-manual pedal-base organ in white and gold, cost $1500; will sell for $600. Address: C. E. Brockington, 15 East Sixteenth Street, New York.

“THE MIDNIGHT FLYER,” MARCH AND TWO-STEP,
in the name of a piece of music that E. T. Paull Music Company have just placed on the market. This piece was specially arranged by E. T. Paull in keeping with his own compositions, which are universal favorites with everyone who hears and plays them. The special attention of the readers of The Etude is called to the full column ad. of E. T. Paull Music Company, found on another page in this issue, whereby special offers are made which can only be obtained by Etude readers. The above-named piece is included in the special offers they make. Be sure to read their ad. carefully.

SINGERS AND TEACHERS WILL BE INTERESTED
to know that “The Lake Chautauqua Summer School,” as announced in another part of this journal, will begin its sixth season Monday, July 13th, at Point Chautauqua on the Lake. Edmund J. Myer, who is the head of the school, will again be supported by able assistants. This school has constantly grown in favor with teacher and singer. The practical normal (class) course has been an unusual success.

MR. W. S. B. MATHEWS’ SUMMER CLASS FOR PIANO
Teachers will be held from June 29 to July 24, 1903, at 3638 Lake Avenue, Chicago. The work is materially improved over any former year. Miss Dingley will give her Ear-Work and Method with Beginners, which proved so interesting and useful last year, together with a number of additional topics. Mr. Mathews, besides treating of the Principles and Material of Teaching, will devote half his time to a Course in Art-Music, from the standpoint of characteristic Forms, and the Ideals and Beauties of the master-works discussed. This part of the work is like a succinct course in Musical Literature. Mason’s “System of Touch and Technic” will be taught in classes as usual. The course, as a whole, is designed for musical stimulation and for clearing up principles in Musical Pedagogy. Nothing like it is elsewhere offered. For terms and full particulars address: Miss Blanche Dingley, Manager, 3638 Lake Avenue, Chicago.

 

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