I would like to tell everyone who sent me feedback about this free e-book I released a couples of days ago (Organ Practice Is a Privilege) that I'm so glad you are finding this free resource helpful.
I'm so overwhelmed. People are keep sending their nice comments and I'm almost keep falling behind at responding to their messages.
Here are just a few of the comments I received:
"Thank you so much Vidas, for releasing your wonderful articles in this format, It will be a very valuable resource for me, and I'm sure for many other organists."
"Dear Vidas, thank you so much for this valuable resource!
Your structured approach and advices are of great help indeed."
"Thank you Vidas for your valuable gift! I downloaded it, and I will use it daily, thank you once more very much!"
"Thank you for this. I'm doing my best to adhere to these wonderful tips."
"Dear Dr. Pinkevicius, thank you very much for the collection of organ practice instruction. I read your book last evening and appreciate it very much. In fact, I printed it out to keep as a ready reference while practicing organ. Your suggestions are quite helpful in correcting my incorrect methods of playing. I am also sending your link to a couple organ friends."
"Thank you for the free book. Your insights are much appreciated."
"Dear Vidas, I wanted to thank you VERY much for the free PDF. Free is a VERY good thing on my church musicians' limited budget."
"Hi Vidas, just a quick message to say many thanks for all your daily nuggets of advice. I’ve found the really helpful and informative. I’m going to transfer your free e-book to my kindle and will read it while on holiday."
"Thank you dearest Vidas, every gift from you it's like a gold. have nice day."
If anyone hasn't downloaded this free 94 page e-book, they can do it here:
It's free and no signing up is required.
None of this is worth the effort if these ideas aren't shared. Because if there are people who might get also benefit from these advices and tips, they deserve it, too, because it's free for everyone.
I know that not everyone can afford my coaching programs, courses, and even practice scores but this free resource is for anyone interested in perfecting various aspects of their organ practice so please tell a friend about it.
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Drs. Vidas Pinkevicius and Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene
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.