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Finally, at long last, you can now pre-order your very own spiral-bound Hymnprovisation book! Pre-order your copy today and save 40%! Estimated ship date is October 12, 2017. For less than the price of two piano lessons, you will get the … Continue reading
I was mistaken. It happens sometimes. Maybe more often than not… The Getty Music Conference is in the CENTRAL Time Zone, NOT the EASTERN Time Zone. I knew that! But I had mental-pause… I just checked the countdown timer and … Continue reading
Don’t forget, the Getty Worship Music Conference: Sing! begins today. If you have signed up for the live simulcast, it will begin at 1pm EST, that is 10am (just over an hour from now) for you folks on the West Coast! … Continue reading
If you have ever wanted to apply a Gospel Style to your hymn playing, this is for you! How to take a hymn and “Gospelize” it. Damien takes the well-known hymn, Precious Lord, Take My Hand and applies gospel styles to … Continue reading
As we are beginning a new year, would kindly take a moment to give us some feedback as to how we can help you become a better musician in 2017? At Hymnprovisation.com, we strive to bring you valuable resources and education … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I had set my sights pretty high last year. I’ve been trying to finish a book on accompaniment techniques which I had started several years ago, and instead, ended up: Building this website Playing … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard someone say, “God doesn’t care what it sounds like, as long as their heart is in the right place.” But is this true? I’ve been thinking about Skill vs. Anointing (or learning a skill, vs. being gifted with … Continue reading
James Koerts’ piano music is on sale until Friday, December 31, 2016 (11:59pm). These are pretty big discounts. I don’t know where else you can get a collection of 9 brand new Sacred Piano books for less than $12ea. Use … Continue reading
And just for fun, here is a short video about music theory (chords in particular).