Almost 39000 people have visited this blog in 2014. Although we all know that the most popular does not necessarily mean the best, here are the most clicked-on posts of the year:
How to Play Hymns on the Organ?
Mistakes We Make
Marches for Wedding Service
Organ Music: About "Le Banquet Celeste" by Olivier Messiaen
Fun with C major Scale
Organs for Home Practice
How to Play Piece d‘Orgue by J.S.Bach on the Organ?
How to Play Widor's Toccata on the Organ?
To Your Strong Mind
How to Transpose a Hymn Into Any Key on the Organ?
The Sounds of the Bamboo Organ
Organ Music: About Piece Heroique by Cesar Franck
About the Forbidden Intervals
Raise Your Hand
It's Worth It
11 Tips in Improvising a French Toccata on a Hymn Tune on the Organ
How to Play the Fugue in G minor, BWV 578 by J.S.Bach on the Organ
3 Reasons People Can't Play Polyphonic Music
A Progress from 2 to 11 Pieces
7 Common Mistakes an Organist Can Make and How to Avoid Them
A Road to Real Success in Sight-Reading
How to Choose the Best Fingering in Early Organ Music?
Don't Have an Organ at Home?
Tips on Choosing Registration in Bach Organ Chorale Preludes
Playing Notes Inegales in French Classical Music
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Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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Don't have an organ at home?
Download paper manuals and pedals, print them out, cut the white spaces, tape the sheets together and you'll be ready to practice anywhere where is a desk and floor. Make sure you have a higher chair.