book for music lovers and teachers entitled ‘Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works,’ aesthetic as opposed to structural analysis of the music of Beethoven
-Saens and others.
‘Stories of Standard Teaching Pieces’ is another of his books.
Miss Emily Hallowell
has made musicians her debtors by transcribing many songs of the Southern
negro as she heard them, and publishing them under the name of ‘Calhoun Songs.’
Olive Dame Campbell
has made a like important contribution to literature and music by writing out words and tunes of old ballads as they are sung in the Southern
mountains by the descendants of the English
, Scotch and Irish who settled there.
Tufts College has been another strong intellectual force in Medford
, who inherited Walnut Hill
, then a barren tract, said he meant some day to set a light on it. His words have proved true, for the college set on the hill he gave for that purpose, has been a center of education and culture throughout its history, and has added many illustrious names of both teachers and pupils to literature and life.
Hosea Starr Ballou
wrote a biography of Hosea Ballou
, 2d, the first president of Tufts College, and many addresses.
Rev. Elmer H. Capen
, president of Tufts College from 1875 to 1905, published many articles and sermons, a tribute to John Boyle O'Reilly
, wrote a history of Tufts College and of Universalism for the ‘Encyclopaedia Britannica,’ and a ‘Bible History.’
The present president, Dr. Frederick W. Hamilton
, is the author of ‘The Church
and the Secular Life
,’ and many essays.
Alaric Bertrand Start edited a ‘History of Tufts College.’
Prof. Amos Emerson Dolbeare
, the eminent electrician, wrote many scientific works, and magazine and newspaper articles: ‘Chemical Tables,’ ‘Art of Projecting Matter—Ether and Motion,’ ‘Modes of Motion,’ ‘Natural Philosophy.’
Prof. J. Sterling Kngsley
has written many scientific papers, and is editor of the American Naturalist
. Prof. Gardener Chace Anthony
is the author of a series of