Because some people asked me for it, I decided that my new Harmony for Organists Level 1 will be a video course. I think that the visual aspect will help my students to understand the material better. However, the nature of the topic of harmony is such that it would also be good to actually see the musical examples and exercises, so I will also include PDF files along with the video.
These last few days were especially intense for me with less sleep than normal. On Sunday I recorded the videos of Weeks 1 and 2 so that people could begin studying immediately. And yesterday I created the accompanying PDF file with musical examples and exercises for practice.
Some people asked me that the pricing options would include a monthly subscription WITHOUT an increase in price in comparison to the one time payment which is exactly what I did. I'm keeping the price as much affordable as possible for everybody.
So if you want to master the basics of harmony and be able to harmonize simple melodies and hymn-tunes in 4 parts on the organ and on paper, check this course out here.
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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.