Secrets of Organ Playing Podcast
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SOPP646: The first week I was not using certain muscles in the ankle area, I had sore muscles while playing organ pedals.
SOPP649: I thought that if there is a pickup measure in a song that the last measure of the song and the first measure should add up to one measure
SOPP644: My dream is to serve as an organist and lead the choir in my church organisation
SOPP647: My dream is to be a great concert Organist, and to be one of the most significant Organ performers in this century
SOPP645: These organ shoes would be very good for my funeral
SOPP642: With renewed energy I have heaped my attention on BWV 529, and various choral preludes, BWV 604 a favourite
SOPP640: There can be no doubt that the sight-reading course helped me particularly with issues of rhythm which I always found a weak point so I am grateful for that indeed
SOPP638: As you know, I am not 'original' in my writing as I recognize everything I create is derivative - a fusion of everything I have ever heard or played
SOPP636: I still feel like I am a slow learner, but I know how to pull apart a new piece and start making it work
SOPP634: Once the pandemic hit hard, I decided it was time to get an organ for my house so I could practice whenever it would be convenient for me
SOPP632: Is there a reason for avoiding parallel 5ths?
SOPP639: Do you have a secret to playing melody in the left hand and harmonies in RH?
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