Earlier today I finished the preparatory work and I'm happy to announce the official start of the registration for Transposition for Organists Level 1 course. This will be a 12 week video course with 3 bonus weeks at the end (15 weeks of training total).
It took longer for me to prepare than I promised to some of my students. But I hope they will understand it because just last night I played a 300th anniversary recital of music by Johann Ludwig Krebs in my church (10 chorales from his Clavierubung). Fabulous music, by the way. Very sweet and gentle.
So although it was a busy week for me, I'm really glad the students can start developing their transposition skills right away. If you are interested, click here for more information about this course.
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