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Selected Content from the July 1905 Edition of The Etude

    Recital Programs

    Pupils of Louis P. McKay. Danse Cubaine (4 hds.), Gottschalk; Marguerite, Kern; May Has Come, Wittman; A Gypsy Maiden I (song), Henry Parker; Les Myrtes, Wachs; The Blacksmith (6 hds.), Jungmann; To the Spring, Grieg; Valse Brillante (4 hds.),… Read More

    Questions and Answers

    S.—1. Mr. Edward Macdowell is generally recognized as the leading American composer in the large forms. His works rank high, equal with the majority of contemporary European composers.   2. Paderewski is pronounced Pah-dreff-ski; Liszt, List; Gericke, Gehricky; Bispham,… Read More

    Musical Items

    A new string quartet by Sinding was played in Berlin recently.   Carl Goldmark, the veteran Austrian composer, celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday, May 18th.   The Biennial Meeting of the National Federation of Musical Clubs was held at Denver,… Read More

    The Opening Voluntary

    There has been a great awakening, during the last few years, in everything pertaining to worship-music. Various religious bodies have taken steps looking to the betterment of musical conditions in our churches, and at least one great organization, the American… Read More



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