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Selected Content from the March 1909 Edition of The Etude

    The Etude Gallery Of Celebrated Musicians


    THE AIM OF THIS BIOGRAPHICAL PORTRAIT GALLERY This page is designed to furnish the teacher, student and music lover with portraits and concise biographies of musical celebrities of the past and present. The lives of the great composers, pianists,... Read More

    Special Notices

    WANTED—A first-class music teacher (man) as Director of the Conservatory of Central Plains College and Conservatory of Music, Plainview, Tex. A man who understands and can teach both voice and the different instruments, and who is himself a real good pianist. Write at once to L. L. Gladney, D. B. Pres., Plainview, Texas. Read More

    Recital Programs

    Music That Progressive Teachers Have Found Desirable Pupils of Mr. G. Bellm.Soldiers March, Streabbog; Whippoorwill, Nocturne, Schiller; Loin du Ball, Gillet; Orange Blossoms, Waltz, Ludovic; Flying Doves (4 hds), Heins; On Lake Erie, Reverie, Sontag; Rigoletto, (Verdi) Sidus; Sextette, Lucia… Read More

    Ossip Gabrilowitsch: Touch—the Great Essential of Fine Pianoforte Playing

    From an Interview Secured Exclusively for THE ETUDE with M. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH [Editor’s  Note.—M.Gabrilowitsch, who is now upon his fourth tour of America, is, without doubt, one of the foremost virtuosos of the day. He is still a young man, as… Read More





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