When I reviewed the answers from my subscribers about what is their goal in organ playing, I was surprised how many people were interested in learning to improvise. In particularly, the style of J.S.Bach is so fascinating to many people that majority of organists want to learn to improvise using similar techniques that the great master used in his compositions.
Actually, this is of course easy to understand because improvisation develops your creativity, helps you to become a complete musician, you can create music like composers do, and you can enhance your worship playing by introducing your improvisations to your congregation.
Therefore, I decided to create a free 9 day Keyboard Prelude Improvisation Mini Course on improvising keyboard preludes in the style of Bach.
You can sign up for this fantastic free course here (you will only need to enter your email address).
If you sign up for this mini course, in the next 9 days, I will teach you specific techniques that I use to improvise keyboard preludes in his style.
Each day you will receive a short exercise which will empower you to be able to create a prelude on the spot after just 9 days.
Even though you might have never tried your hand at improvisation, this course will be easy and playable even for the beginner and I promise to you that these exercises will be fun, short, and to the point.
I hope you will join me in this fascinating journey into the world of improvisation. If you are wondering what benefits can improvisation provide for you, here is an article I wrote some time ago about it which you may find useful to read.
Each of the exercises of this free Keyboard Prelude Improvisation Mini Course will teach you the necessary steps to compose while you play (yes, that's a great explanation of improvisation) a prelude suitable for performance on any keyboard instrument: organ, piano, harpsichord, clavichord, electronic keyboard, virtual organ, computer organ, and even harmonium.
Get free access to Keyboard Prelude Improvisation Mini Course
Each day we will focus on some particular technique or aspect in improvising a prelude in the Bach style.
Here is the curriculum of this mini course:
Day 1: Mastering the Figure
Day 2: Opening Cadence
Day 3: Cadence I
Day 4: Descending Sequence
Day 5: Ascending Sequence
Day 6: Closing Cadence
Day 7: Applying the Figure to Different Harmonic Structures
Day 8: Improvisation of the Chordal Outlines
Day 9: Improvisation of the Prelude
Bonus: you get unlimited email access to me during the time of this course. So if you get stuck on something or need help with anything, just let me know. This is really an incredible value and I'm giving it to you for free.
Free Keyboard Prelude Improvisation Mini Course
Please forward the link to this post to any person who would find this mini course useful.
I'll see you on the inside,
P.S. If you want to create your music like composers do, to develop your creativity or if you want to enhance your worship playing, then I highly recommend this mini course.
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Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
Organists of Vilnius University , creators of Secrets of Organ Playing.
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.