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									What Are the Top 5 Easy and Quality Collections for the Organ From the Romantic Period?
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Many famous organ pieces from the Romantic period are inaccessible for organists whose
technical skills are not yet fully developed. Such works usually have the advanced pedal part,
thick chromatic texture requiring constant use of finger substitution which is necessary to
achieve the perfect legato touch. Yet many organists are in need to identify the compositions
which could easily be played after a little practice. In this article, I will provide a list of 5
collections from the Romantic period which are easy to learn and wonderful to listen to.
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What Are the Top 5 Easy and Quality Collections for the Organ From the Baroque Period?
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Do you have modest organ skills and only the basics of pedal playing? Would you like to know
what pieces are most suitable for your level? It is important to choose compositions that are
neither too hard nor too easy for best results. The problem is that many works that are easy to
play, artistically and musically are uninteresting to perform and boring to listen to. In this article,
I will give you the list of 5 collections of easy and quality organ music which you can use for
your organ practice today.
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What Are the Top 5 Most Suitable and Playable Collections for Organ From the Baroque
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Every organist who has modest technical abilities has to face a question of what to play and
practice. Many famous compositions are technically out of reach for them and some that are easy
and short might be musically uninteresting. If you are looking for a list of manageable quality
Baroque organ compositions, you have come to the right place. In this article, I will provide 5
organ collections which you can choose from for your practice.
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4 Powerful Techniques for Practicing Organ Playing Without an Organ
by Vidas Pinkevicius
Some organists live in an area where finding a decent practice organ is difficult. They may even
have to drive for many miles to play the organ. However, the solution might be quite simple,
without the constant need of commuting. In this article, I will give you 4 powerful techniques for
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One of the most important reasons which stop people from playing the organ is the lack of
practice instruments. Without having a regular access to the organ it is very hard to make a
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not as difficult as you might think. In this article, I will give you 4 tips which will help you to get
access to practice on the organ.
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