MAUD POWELL’S ARTICLES
FROM THE ARCHIVE OF THE MAUD POWELL SOCIETY FOR MUSIC AND EDUCATION


CODE    CAT. NO.            YEAR     DATE        AUTHOR                TITLE                                  SOURCE                                   OTHER INFO

MPA      MPA 0001          1891      Feb        Maud Powell    Violin Playing For Women            The Ladies' Home Journal

MPA      MPA 0002          1891      11/18    Maud Powell      Anecdotes                                The Musical Courier

MPA      MPA 0003          1893                    Maud Powell     Violin Playing for Women              Musical Record

MPA      MPA 0004          1896                    Maud Powell     Comment on American Composers        Minneapolis Ladies' Thurs. Musicale prog.

MPA      MPA 0005          1896      Feb        Maud Powell     Women and the Violin                The Ladies' Home Journal

MPA      MPA 0006          

MPA      MPA 0007          1906                    Maud Powell     Submission to Grove's Dictionary          Manuscript, MP Archive

MPA      MPA 0008          1906      10/28    Maud Powell     Maud Powell and South Africa    The Commercial Appeal    (PLEASE NOTE: Touring South Africa in 1905, Maud Powell felt privileged to encounter intact tribal/cultural traditions of African natives that had yet to be fully corrupted by white "civilization." The words she uses to describe her experiences are of the period and it is my hope that readers can see beyond the terms now considered inappropriate and appreciate how much Powell valued and learned from her encounters with native African culture. KAS)

MPA      MPA 0009          1906      01/21    Maud Powell     Steinway Piano endorsement    Portraits of Musical Celebrities, p. 65     New York: Steinway & Sons, 1915

MPA      MPA 0010          1907      11/23    Maud Powell     Joachim and His Vanity              Saturday Night (Detroit, MI)

MPA      MPA 0011          1908      10/10    Maud Powell     South African Sidelights on a Musical Problem     Musical America  (PLEASE NOTE:  Touring South Africa in 1905, Maud Powell felt privileged to encounter intact tribal/cultural traditions of African natives that had yet to be fully corrupted by white "civilization."  The words she uses to describe her experiences are of the period and it is my hope that readers can see beyond the terms now considered inappropriate and appreciate how much Powell valued and learned from her encounters with native African culture. KAS

MPA      MPA 0012          1908      10/03    Maud Powell     What One's Art Should Mean    Pathfinder, Wash. DC

MPA      MPA 0013          1908      Mar       Maud Powell     The Girl Who Wants to Be Great    The Pictorial Review

MPA      MPA 0014          1908      12/26    Maud Powell     How Fashion Invades the Concert Stage    Musical America

MPA      MPA 0015          1908      Mar       Maud Powell     Maud Powell's Debut at Nine      Manuscript, MPS Archive; The Pictorial Review

MPA      MPA 0016          1908      Dec        Maud Powell     The Price of Fame              New Idea Woman's Magazine

MPA      MPA 0017          1909      July/Aug   Maud Powell The American Girl and Her Violin     The Etude

MPA      MPA 0018          1910      Mar       Maud Powell     Maud Powell's Debut at Nine       The Musician

MPA      MPA 0019          1910      06/26    Maud Powell     America's Musical Future          Philadelphia Press  (PLEASE NOTE:  Touring South Africa in 1905, Maud Powell felt privileged to encounter intact tribal/cultural traditions of African natives that had yet to be fully corrupted by white "civilization."  The words she uses to describe her experiences are of the period and it is my hope that readers can see beyond the terms now considered inappropriate and appreciate how much Powell valued and learned from her encounters with native African culture. KAS

MPA      MPA 0020          1910      Mar       Maud Powell     Maud Powell's Musical Education           The Musician     repub. of The Girl Who Wants to Be Great

MPA      MPA 0021          1911      Oct        Maud Powell     The Violinist      The Delineator

MPA      MPA 0022          1911      Oct        Maud Powell     Struggles Which Led to Success    The Etude

MPA      MPA 0023          1911      Sept      Maud Powell     Musical Future of America              The Violinist

MPA      MPA 0024          1911      10/14    Maud Powell     Pitting American Violin Works Against the Foreign Product         Musical America

MPA      MPA 0025          1911      03/12    Maud Powell     Says Piano Gets Less Care Than French Mirror        The Star, Indianapolis

MPA      MPA 0026          1912      Apr        Maud Powell     Dress    New York

MPA      MPA 0027          1913      Mar       Maud Powell     Pianos Do Not Receive Proper Care From Their Owners              The Studio

MPA      MPA 0028          1913      07/20    Maud Powell     Music as a Profession for Women   =  "The Price of Fame" in German
                                                                                                                  
NY Deutsch Journal (in German)   German translation by Helmut Schulz  

MPA      MPA 0029          1913      12/14    Maud Powell     At the present time, we have nothing... The Minneapolis Journal

MPA      MPA 0030          1914      Jan        Maud Powell     Instructive Possibilities of the Talking Machine for Violin Players    The Musical Observer

MPA      MPA 0031          1914      ?            Maud Powell     Let No Student Go Abroad Unchaperoned  Musical America

MPA      MPA 0032         

MPA      MPA 0033          1917      10/20    Maud Powell     America is Getting the 'Shaking Up' She Needed             Musical America

MPA      MPA 0034          1917      Aug       Maud Powell     How to Enjoy Music       New York Eve. Mail; The Musical Courier; The Musician, Vol. 22:634

MPA      MPA 0035          1918      Nov       Maud Powell     Two Types of Violin Playing  The Etude          Secured by Charles P. Poore

MPA      MPA 0036          1918      May      Maud Powell     How to Enjoy Music              The Violinist

MPA      MPA 0037          1918      May      Maud Powell     An Artist's Life        The Musical Observer, p. 19           Courtesy of Harriette Brower

MPA      MPA 0038          1918      10/19    Maud Powell     We Shall Evolve A Real School of National Art, Literature and Music       Musical America

MPA      MPA 0039          1900     02/22    Maud Powell     Maud Powell's Recipe for Success        The Lady

MPA      MPA 0040          

MPA      MPA 0041          ?            ?            Maud Powell     The possibilities of mankind...         ?

MPA      MPA 0042          ?            ?            Maud Powell     Remarks on Memorizing              The Violinist

MPA      MPA 0043          ?            ?            Maud Powell     Maud Powell's Debut at Nine      Manuscript, MP Archive

MPA      MPA 0044          1913?    ?            Maud Powell     Thoughts on Opera in America              Maud Powell Scrapbooks

MPA      MPA 0045          1919?    ?            Maud Powell     Maud Powell on Prohibition         ?

MPA      MPA 0046          1918?    ?            Sigmund Spaeth   Maud Powell, Famous Violinist, Tells the 'Great Business Man' How to Enjoy Music      

MPA      MPA 0047         

MPA      MPA 0048          1910      11/26    Maud Powell     America's Musical Future              New York Tribune

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