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TWENTY-FIVE MODERN ETUDES


SPECIAL MELODIC STUDIES. In 10
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Shake and Tremolo
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MODERN STUDIES
EASY CHARACTERISTIC STUDIES. 2 Books
STUDIES IN INTERPRETATION OF MODERN PIANO MUSIC
For the development of
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59.

Modern Composers

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Energy. 2 Parts
Lyric Quality. 2 Parts
Bravoura. 2 Parts

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MELODIC STUDIES IN ALL KEYS.
TWENTY-FIVE EASY STUDIES

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62.

STUDIES IN ORNAMENTATION AND DYNAMICS.


THE ART OF DEVELOPING THE SINGING TONE.

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SCHOOL OF MODERN PIANOFORTE PLAYING

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Her musical
England musician.
ability, inherited from her father,
was manifested at an early age.
WTien a very small girl. Miss Cramm began the
study of singing. It was not long, however, before she specialized in piano playing. In this branch, as well
as in organ playing, she had the advantage of studying with several excellent teachers. Miss Cramm taught
music privately and also at the Montpelier, Vermont, Seminary, and established a school of music in Haverhill,
Mass., her

The

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compositions of Miss Cramm's to attract public notice were published in 1905. Since that
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evidenced by the fact that the demand for her music is not merely confined to this country-, but reaches to such
far off lands as China and Japan.
But let Miss Cramm speak for herself
"I have numerous interests beside that of music; belong to se\'eral clubs, musical and social, of w-hich I have
at different times been president, director, speaker, etc.; am not now actively engaged in teaching, but do more
or less coaching and am director of music at St. John's Episcopal Church.
house is a social and musical center.
"My lo\e of children makes my work a pleasure. I am a great lo\er of Nature, and during the grow-ing
season spend two or three hours a day culti\ating flowers, vegetables and fruits about my place; and then,
having in my pedigree many generations of old New England housewives, I can, and can, andean enough
for three families like my own, which includes only an old
housekeeper which I inherited."
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187a-d
182
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204a-b

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198
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83
86
81

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Si.x

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Beginners

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ad
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Position
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376
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Scriabin,

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133

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84

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125
114

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310
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308a-d
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Major and Minor
316
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348
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