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Success in music and how it is won

Author: Henry Theophilus Finck; Ignace Jan Paderewski
Publisher: New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1909.
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Finck, Henry Theophilus, 1854-1926.
Success in music and how it is won.
New York : C. Scribner's sons, 1909
(OCoLC)652268062
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Theophilus Finck; Ignace Jan Paderewski
OCLC Number: 854845
Description: xiv, 471 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Does music pay? --
Are great artists happy? --
Two Swedish nightingales. Jenny Lind ; Christine Nilsson --
Italian prima donnas. Adelina Patti ; Catalani and Pasta ; Tetrazzini : a musical mystery --
Two Spanish sisters. Pauline Viardot Garcia ; Maria Malibran. --
The nationality of singers --
German and Austrian singers. Mara and Sontag ; Schroder-Devrient, Wagner's idol ; Lilli Lehmann, Wagner's ideal ; Marianne Brandt ; Ernestine Schumann-Heink ; Pauline Lucca ; Marcella Sembrich --
Melba, Garden, and Calve. Nellie Melba ; Mary Garden ; Emma Calve --
Three American sopranos. Lillian Nordica ; Emma Eames ; Geraldine Farrar --
Is the art of song decaying? --
Modern improvements in tenors. Rubini, "King of tenors" ; Mario's modern traits ; Tamagno and Campanini ; Enrico Caruso ; Why De Reszke was supreme --
Four up-to-date baritones. Charles Santley ; Victor Maurel ; Maurice Renaud ; Ludwig Wullner --
Evolution of the piano virtuoso --
How Beethoven played and taught --
Chopin as pianist and teacher --
Liszt and his pupils --
Hints by Hans von Bulow --
Rubinstein the Leonine --
Paderewski and his secrets --
Paganini and Kubelik. Niccolo Paganini ; Jan Kubelik --
Remenyi and Ole Bull. Edouard Remenyi ; Ole Bull --
Spohr and Joachim. Louis Spohr ; Joseph Joachim --
Wilhelmj and Kreisler. August Wilhelmj ; Fritz Kreisler --
Some famous teachers. William Mason : an American pioneer ; Leschetizky, Paderewski's teacher ; Ottokar Sevcik, Kubelik's teacher ; How Garcia helped singers ; Jean De Reszke as teacher --
Hints to teachers --
Advice to parents --
Hints to pupils, singers, and players --
Paderewski on tempo rubato.
Responsibility: by Henry T. Finck ; with a chapter on tempo rubato by Ignace Jan Paderewski.

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