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Selected Content from the May 1908 Edition of The Etude

    Student Days in Weimar with Liszt

    Reminiscences of an American Virtuoso and Teacher Who Won the Interest of the Greatest Master of the Keyboard By W. H. SHERWOOD   DURING my seven months’ stay in Weimar, where I enjoyed the inspiration of study under that… Read More

    The World of Music

      At Home. OWING to lack of space, it is frequently necessary to omit many desirable notices kindly sent to us by our readers. Whenever our space permits we are glad to print notices without charge, providing we deem… Read More

    Etude Subscription Form, 1908


    I am not certain which issue of The Etude this subscription form fell out of, but I am pretty sure it was a 1908 issue. It might be entertaining to see what response might come if I sent this… Read More

    Recital Programs


    Pupils of William A. Wolf. Coronation March, Op. 13 (4 hds), Svendsen; Sonata, Op. 2, No. 2, Beethoven; Nocturne in A, Op. 37, No. 1, Lynes; Berceuse in G, Op. 38, No. 2, Moszkowski; Variations "Nel cor piu ma… Read More

    Music By the Ton


    SOMEBODY once said that it requires more force to sound a note gently on the piano than to lift the lid of a kettle. A German musician has just proved it. He has calculated that the minimum pressure of… Read More

    Harold Bauer on Music in America


    “THE trouble with most people is that they do not realize the importance of America and its music now. The future of the art here is so dazzling that it is beyond estimate, and the present is a great joy… Read More


    Their Favorite Pieces


    In a recent issue of The Strand Magazine several of the most noted virtuosos of the day contributed to a symposium entitled, “The Piece I Most Enjoy Playing.” The following is in part taken from the statements of those artists who are known to “American” readers. Read More






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