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Old Fogy

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Old Fogy is written by James Huneker. The tradition of the classics is lost; we care not for the true masters. Modern music making is a fashionable fad. People go because they think they should. There was more real musical feeling, uplifting and sincere.

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Observations on the Florid Song

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Observations on the Florid Song is written by Pier Francesco Tosi. If the Master does not understand Composition, let him provide himself with good Examples of Sol-Fa-ing in divers Stiles, which insensibly lead from the most easy to the more difficult.

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Musicians of To-Day

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Musicians of To-Day is written by Romain Rolland. The essay on Berlioz, in the present volume, reveals a true insight into the personality of this unfortunate and great artist, and removes any false misconceptions which unsympathetic and superficial handling.

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Musical Portraits

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Musical Portraits is written by Paul Rosenfeld. The purity, the inwardness, the searchings of the heart, the religious sentiment of beauty, present so unmistakably in the art of the great men who had developed music.

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Musical Memories

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Musical Memories is written by Camille Saint-Saëns. This system is excellent for teaching the young pianist how to play pieces written for the harpsichord or the first pianofortes where the keys responded to slight pressure.

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Music: An Art

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Music: An Art is written by Walter Raymond Spalding. Music is the sound of the circulation in nature's veins. It is the flux which melts nature. Men dance to it, glasses ring and vibrate, and the fields seem to undulate. The healthy ear always hears it, nearer or more remote.

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Music As A Language

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Music As A Language is written by Ethel Home. The work, which often appears bewilderingly difficult to one who sees it for the first time, becomes quite simple when approached step by step, and in company with fellow students.

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Music and Other Poems

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Music and Other Poems is written by Henry van Dyke. Thou art the Angel of the pool that sleeps, While peace and joy lie hidden in its deeps, Waiting thy touch to make the waters roll In healing murmurs round the weary soul.

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Musa Pedestris

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Musa Pedestris is written by John S. Farmer. In the first place, Slang is universal, whilst Cant is restricted in usage to certain classes of the community: thieves, vagrom men, and-- well, their associates. One thing, indeed, both have in common; each are derived.

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Mozart: The Man and the Artist

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Mozart: The Man and the Artist is written by Kerst and Krehbiel. Mozart's Germanism is a matter of pride to the German people. To him "German" was no empty concept, as it was to the majority of his contemporaries. He is therefore honored as a champion of German character.

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