The Psychology of Music: A Survey for Teacher and Musician

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INDEX OF NAMES
Alda, F., 194, 204
Alt, M., 233
Areola, P., 153
Aristotle, 70
Auer, L., 159, 191
Bach, 139, 154
Bartholomew, W. T., 217, 218, 219
Beacham, H., 103
Beethoven, 78, 81, 121, 154
Berlioz, H., 105
Bienstock, S. F., 221, 223
Billroth, Th., 152
Binet, A., 106
Bingham, W. V., 40, 42, 43, 89
Brahms, 37
Brehmer, Fr., 225
Browning, R., 74, 117
Brues, A. M., 59
Burton, R., 103
Carlyle, T., 114
Chopin, 79, 81
Corning, L., 105
Courtier, J., 106
Crzellitzer, A., 152
Danzfusz, K., 97
David, 103
Debussy, 93
Destinn, E., 194, 195, 204
Dickinson, G. L.112
Dogiel, J., 106
Downey, J., 81, 83, 113
Drake, A. M., 171, 189
Dykema, P. W., 173, 177, 188, 189
Eames, E., 194, 197, 204
Easley, E., 208, 209
Edison, T. A., 202
Edmonds, E. M., 74
Faist, A., 51
Farinelli, 103
Farnsworth, P. R., 44, 183, 184, 185, 188
Féré, C., 106
Foster, J. C., 106
Fröschels, E., 220
Galen, 103
Gallius, 103
Gamble, E. A., 106
Gatewood, E. L., 109, 110, 111
Gilbert, J. A., 227
Gilman, B. J., 78, 79, 80, 81, 83
Gluck, A., 194, 196, 204
Grieg, E., 121
Guernsey, M., 62
Gundlach, R., 102
Gurney, E., 8, 33, 34, 71, 85, 86, 88, 95, 96, 117, 118, 127, 129, 131
Haecker, V., 155
Hanslick, E., 87, 88, 127, 128, 129, 131
Hartwick, M. S., 222
Heinlein, C. P., 61, 62, 97, 98
Helmholtz, H., 16, 17, 58, 59, 65, 66, 95, 96
Hentschel, M., 227
Hevner, K., 91, 93, 98, 142, 143
Huber, K., 75, 76
Hyde, I. H., 107, 108
Jersild, A. T., 221, 223
Johnson, S., 114
Karwaski, T. F., 72
Katz, M., 72
Kemp, W., 52, 53, 55, 56, 59, 67
Knapp, G. E., 113
Kreisler, F., 121
Külpe, O., 49, 50, 52, 56
Kwalwasser, J., 173, 177, 188, 189
Lamb, C., 114, 116
Lee, V., 124, 126, 130, 131
Lipps, Th., 39, 49, 50

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