Last Updated on 2024-02-17 | Originally Posted on 2020-12-22
Playing Guilmant is something any serious organist will have to and want to do at some point. Félix-Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911) was an iconic composer in the romantic style for the organ. As a composer, he almost exclusively wrote for organ solo or for choir and organ. Continue reading “Playing Guilmant”
Last Updated on 2024-02-17 | Originally Posted on 2020-11-21
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Christmas songbooks that are sold in the mass market, like at Sam’s Club, on Amazon.com, or at your local bookstore, are not thoughtfully compiled with piano students in mind. You’ll get a lot of songs at a reasonable price, but the arrangements will vary in difficulty from page to page. They’re often too complicated for beginners, but too easy and boring for advanced students. Continue reading “Find the Best Christmas Sheet Music”
Last Updated on 2022-11-27 | Originally Posted on 2018-11-25
I was really nervous but excited about my upcoming organ recital, when I was in full swing of practice at the beginning of December 2018. I had 29 guests for my last short organ recital. I was really pleased to have a mix of people attend from all three morning services, as well as guests who heard about the program via a listing in the local newspaper. Continue reading “Christmas 2018 Organ Recital”