The Etude Music Magazine, September 1933 - Maurice Ravel on "What I Think of Modern Music"
1933 September - The Etude Music Magazine - "The First Steps" frameable cover. Issue topics: Successful Operettas Analyzed; The Curse of the Super-Worry; "What I Think of Modern Music" by Maurice Ravel; Touch and Accent; A Remarkable American Musical Tradition; How Miss Watson Boosted Her Bank Account; How Great Composers Worked; What is Needed to Gain Success as a Pianist? by Alberto Jonas; Music in Education; How to Practice Arpeggios; The Structure of Music; The Need of a Kneller Hall in America; The Standard Music Extension Course Feature by Dr. John Thompson; Musical Activities in the USSR; The Development of Musicianship in Adult Vocal Students; Organ Practice Aids; Science and Art: A Teacher's Problem. Appr. 60-70 pages; 10.75"x13.5". The image is a scan of the actual front cover. Disclaimer: The price may reflect writing on or within the magazine and/or missing musical piece - No missing pages. Includes period print advertising.
The Etude Music Magazine, "A Monthly Journal for Teachers, Students, and All Lovers of Music" was founded in 1883 by US publisher Theodore Presser (who also founded the Music Teachers National Association - MTNA). Etude Departments/Topics: The World of Music; Records and Radio; Band and Orchestra; Music Extension Study Course; The Teacher's Round Table; Fascinating Pieces for the Musical Home; The Singer's Etude; The Organist's Etude; The Violinist's Etude; Piano Accordion; Question & Answer; The Publisher's Monthly Letter; The Junior Etude; The Music Supervisor's Forum; Organ and Choir Questions; Voice Questions; Violin Questions; Musical Pedagogy; Musical Literature; Music History; Graded Piano Sheet Music; Where Shall I Go To Study; Music and Travel; The Student Bulletin Board; Music Colleges; Music Conservatories; Music Schools.