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Special Notices

Special Notices are inserted at a cost of five cents per word, cash with order. Do not have replies directed to this office.

WANTED—A TEACHER OP PIANO; MUST HAVE HAD
extended experience. Address, Montana College, Bozeman, Montana, James Reid, President.

VOCAL TEACHER DESIRES POSITION IN LADIES’
boarding school. Good references and several years’ experience. Box 876, Portland, Oregon.

MR. FREDERICK MAXSON, WHOSE ADVERTISEMENT
appears in another column, is a practical organ teacher. His course includes playing of voluntaries, transposition, accompaniment of hymns, chants, anthems, solos, etc.; also a special course in Choir Training. Pupils are prepared for the examinations of The American Guild of Organists, of which Mr. Maxson is a Fellow. Over sixty of his pupils have obtained church positions.

A SAFE HOME IN PARIS FOR MUSIC STUDENTS—
the Sœurs de Lassalle, 25 rue Vineuse (Trocadero), Paris. Recommended by Mrs. Clarence Eddy and Miss Amy Fay.

E. T. PAULL’S NEW PIECE—“ROMANY RYE,” WHICH
was placed on the market in May—is a Gypsy Intermezzo that is exceedingly bright and melodious. Readers of The Etude should have a copy of this piece. We would call the attention of our readers to the half column advertisementment (sic) of E. T. Paull Music Company, found on another page in this issue of The Etude, from whom a copy of “The Romany Rye” can be obtained.

THE ATTENTION OF THE READERS OF The Etude
is called to the advantages offered by the National Conservatory, New York City, to those desiring a thorough musical education. The faculty of this institution is of world-wide reputation, and the pedagogic system has been productive of the highest results.

WANTED—SECOND HAND VIRGIL CLAVIER; MUST
be in A No. 1 condition. Address: T. Dillwyn Thomas, Conservatory of Music, Hiram, O.

 

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