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Selected Content from the May 1916 Edition of The Etude

    World of Music

    At Home The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra has been on tour, and has visited Chicago and New York among other places.   Adolph M. Foerster's Suite for Orchestra, Opus 47, No. 2, has been played by four large orchestras this… Read More

    Sanity and Insanity in Modern Musical Composition

    Written Expressly for The Etude by the Eminent British Composer SIR CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD   "Man is all symmetric, Full of proportions, one limb to another." —George Herbert.   It has been said that the dividing line between genius… Read More

    Will the Music of Ultra-Modernists Survive?

    A Symposium By Eminent Musicians    Arthur Foote The eminent American composer makes an interesting discrimination which will interest Etude readers. The progress of music has so far been through evolution, not by means that negative all that has… Read More

    A Classified List of Some “Futurist” and “Modernist” Composers

    The following list of composers who by their music have earned a place among the advanced musical thinkers of today—even though some of them are dead—does not pretend to be complete. It simply serves as an abbreviated "Who's Who"… Read More


    After To-morrow, What?

    To-morrow, and to-morrow and to-morrow Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time, And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death. —Macbeth. After to-morrow, what? That is… Read More




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