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by Janette Fishell

  • Author: Janette Fishell
  • ISBN: 0687010365
  • ISBN13: 978-0687010363
  • ePub: 1331 kb | FB2: 1810 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Music
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press (October 1, 1996)
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 329
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But What Do I Do with My Feet? ePub download

Start by marking But What Do I Do with My Feet? as Want to Read . This resource is a practical how-to guide for pianists who are called upon to play the organ.

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This book takes the mystery and fear out of playing the organ. Filled with illustrations, definitions, and musical examples, this book gives the dedicated pianist all the help needed to become a knowledgeable and proficient church organist. The appendices contain selected repertoire for manuals alone or with easy pedals, as well as other resources. This is a book no pianist should be without! Select a Product.

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In: The American Organist, Vol. 33, No. 9, pp. 75.

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Перевод текста песни Happy Feet исполнителя (группы) Dean Martin. But I never found a sound as sweet. Но я никогда не слышал звука прекраснее, As the tippity tippity tap of happy feet. Чем топ-топ-топ твоих веселых ножек. Mocking bird never says a word. Пересмешник не говорит им слова, But his pretty music must be heard.

But, trapped in their own tiny little worlds, they never hear me. Or maybe they don’t hear me because I’m in my car with the windows rolled u. My one regret is that I don’t know how to type so I did not use a computer

But, trapped in their own tiny little worlds, they never hear me. Or maybe they don’t hear me because I’m in my car with the windows rolled up. Either way, it’s safe to say that something is going on. Though most people engage in what scientists call Talkee to Selfee, I never talk to myself. Oh, yes I do. Oh, no I don’t. My one regret is that I don’t know how to type so I did not use a computer. I have written the entire book in longhand, and I’m not positive, but I believe my right arm is now considerably larger than the left-because I am right-handed.

This resource is a practical how-to guide for pianists who are called upon to play the organ. But What Do I Do with My Feet? will help facilitate the transition and help keyboard players lose their "intimidation" of the organ console.
Venemarr
The suggestions are very practical. She is a very good teacher indeed. It's great that she explained everything step by step and in layman terms.
Yozshugore
Of course, it isn't a substitute for proper lessons from a qualified organ teacher, nor is it a complete "method" like Stainers or even an introduction like Peeter's "Little Organ Book." However, for a pianist who is dragooned into service as an organist, who does not have access to a teacher, it is invaluable in keeping one from making a musical fool of oneself. Refinements can come later.
Vojar
If you want a "quickie" transition from the piano to the organ, pick up this book. You'll be able to fake it, and no one will know that you are not a "real" organist.

However, for a pianist, there is a lot more to the organ than just the pedals. You may think you already know how to play the manuals, but it is very different from playing the piano. If you want a comprehensive organ method book, pick up Harold Gleason's well crafted text for serious organ students. It's worth your time and money.
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