Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast
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SOPP637: My goal for this coming year is a 30 minute lunchtime recital on 8 October 2021
SOPP630: If in a church there is a need for an organist, and the only two keyboardists are a professional concert pianist and a mediocre/intermediate organist, who would be better to play the organ?
SOPP628: At 72 years of age my goal is to play some of Bach's organ music with musicality and appropriate style
SOPP626: I am very interested in developing my sight reading abilities to a high level, where I could just grab any composition and play it at tempo
SOPP624: Sometimes I read a treble clef like a bass clef
SOPP631: What is a minimum of major/minor scales, vs Hanon finger exercises, vs practicing a piece?
SOPP629: Thank you for all you do, all you online organists are amazing at this time and offer so much to those of us who feel safer not going to church, a real godsend indeed
SOPP622: Thanks Vidas for the complete pedaling and instructions. It has created a great opportunity for me to focus on the pedal technique for early music beyond toes only.
SOPP620: The speed of this piece and transparency of registration made me appreciate how generous the acoustic is at your church
SOPP623: Although I often needed more than fifteen minutes to work on a given assignment, my feet now know where to go and my hips and body now support my balance and the ability to play a passage leg
SOPP621: My sight reading of notes and rhythms both improved significantly from 9 months ago
SOPP617: One measure is just not coming"
SOPP615: A really useful and helpful upload explaining how you produce such wonderful recordings