What happens when you know all the T, S, and D root position chords and want to use their inversions?
How to employ D7 and its inversions correctly?
What is the most convenient way to modulate to remote keys?
What are the names of the most important cadences and how do I use them in my harmonizations?
After I have created Harmony for Organists Level 1 course, a few of the people have asked me similar questions about more advanced concepts in harmonizing a melody.
These are the concepts which make the basic harmonizations with just T, S, and D chords more colorful. If you knew how to take your harmonizations to the next level, they would begin to sound like real 4-part compositions, not just exercises.
In order to help you in this process, I have created 4 special video trainings in harmony which are sort of continuation of the Level 1 course. It's not exactly Level 2 (a longer 12-16 week course is needed for that) but I thought people who know the basic concepts already will find these videos very helpful.
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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.