Making Music | Improvisation for Organists
A guide for organists revealing that improvisation is within the grasp of all students, even for those with minimal keyboard skills. The book is organized in a loosely graded fashion with exercises that are not only simple and useful, but musically satisfying from the very start. Written in an engaging and readable manner, this text will work well in both the classroom and the private study setting and can serve as a prerequisite text to Gerre Hancock's Improvising: How to Master the Art.
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