Overtones

Curtis began publishing Overtones in 1929 from October to May as a monthly magazine. It was issued intermittently until 1940 when it ceased publication. Overtones was reactivated many years later–long after Tabuteau’s departure. Shown below are excerpted references to Tabuteau from all the issues published during his tenure at Curtis.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall. February 1930: 126.

Student Activities: Chamber Music. March 1930: 154.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall. April 1930: 179.

Radio. April 1930: 187.

Editorial Comment: The Present Season. October 1930: 7.

Student Activities: Radio Broadcasts. January 1931: 109.

Student Activities: Radio Broadcasts. April 1931: 200-201.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall Concerts. May 1931: 225.

Radio. December 1931: 25.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall Concerts. 1932-33: 25.

Further Student Activities: Miscellaneous. 1932-33: 53.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall Concerts. May 1932: 15.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall Concerts. May 1933: 25.

The Concert Course [Runouts]. 1934: 32-33.

The Radio Series. 1934: 39-40.

The Current Year of the Curtis Institute. May 1936: 20 & 54.

We Catch Up in Our Reporting. May 1936: 61.

In Summer We Relax. January, 1937: 26.

Student Activities: Casimir Hall. May 1937: 86.

Student Activities: Radio. May 1937: 88.

Tabuteau Receives the Cross of France’s Legion of Honor. November 1937: 25.

Golden Jubilee Concert. November 1937: 13, 17, 18-19.

The Trio Classique. March 1938: 48-49.

Graduates and Students. March 1938: 53.

Editorial Comment. March 1938: 5.

Mme. Tabuteau. December 1938: 6.

Professionally Speaking. December 1939: 22-23.

Extra-Curriculum. April 1940: 61.


Overtones Parody

O’Gorman, Edward. Mais no! Mais non! Two-one-feeneesh! Undertones. March 25, 1938: 1, 3.