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Selected Content from the September 1916 Edition of The Etude

    Special Notices and Announcements

    PIANISTS—Wanted to teach popular music and ragtime piano playing. No investment involved. Winn School of Popular Music, 155 West 125th St., New York. Read More

    Musical Questions Answered

    Where is Mozart’s tomb? What is the difference between duet and obbligato? What is the meaning of Ossia? Is an interval smaller than the semitone ever used in modern music? Read More

    The World of Music

    Melba has been telling a London interviewer how Lord Kitchener wept when she sang Home, Sweet Home at a reception held at Lord Chelmsford’s. Lord Kitchener spent about two-thirds of his life away from home, and the song itself was written by a homeless man… An interesting concert was given in Paris a short time ago, the program of which consisted entirely of works composed by musicians who took up arms against the Germans, not a few of whom have lost their lives. Among the composers represented were Marcel Labey (wounded), Paul Ladmirault, Georges Kreiger (missing), Maurice Desrey, Augusta Delacroix, Edouard Flament and Roger Peneau. Read More



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