How to play praise songs on the organ


Dear Gospel Lover,

Are you someone trying to learn to play those toe-tapping,
foot-stomping, hand-clapping, finger-snapping praise songs
on the organ? If so, keep reading this article because I’ve
found something that will definitely help you!

The folks over at HearandPlay.com just sent me an e-mail a
couple days ago telling me about their brand new organ
DVD course.

It takes you step-by-step and over the shoulder through tons
of techniques. I mean, it’s filled with loads of information
and professional techniques that any serious musician learning
to play up-tempo praise songs would want to have.
In this new organ DVD course, you’ll…

- Discover the simple secrets to effectively using the drawbars,
percussions, and settings to obtain the contemporary sound that
you desire.

Click below for more details
http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?w=gkorgan&p=a136115

- Learn the way of the west coast and how to contemporize your
praise & devotional songs using “west coast” chords, movements,
and runs!

- Learn how to power up your left hand by forming a variation of
the chord you’re right hand is playing. This strategy alone will
make your praise songs differ from the next musician tremendously.

Click below for more details
http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?w=gkorgan&p=a136115

- Slow motion break-downs of advanced fill-ins and right-hand
chordal movements so that you never miss a single beat!

When I first saw this course, I mean all I could saw was wow!
You don’t have to take my word for it though. Just listen to
what this new Gospel Keys 350 has done for my friend Austin
already! (see link below)

http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?w=gkorgan&p=a136115

(…and if you’re also serious about taking your piano
playing to the next level and avoiding the pitfalls that many
musicians fall into, you might want to consider taking them up
on their other “Gospel Keys” courses”).

Visit: http://www.hearandplay.com/go/?w=gkorgan&p=a136115

All the best!

Pin It

Also On BlackGospel





wordpress hit counter
%d bloggers like this: