So the question is: where do you start your journey in composing for the organ?
Well, everyone is different but if I was to start writing organ music today, here is what I would do:
I would learn the basics of music theory and harmony. This would allow me to become more fluent in understanding the musical language, the chords and the rules of voice-leading.
I would also study existent organ compositions of my favorite composers and try to imitate them in my works. In other words, I would look at these pieces as models.
In a typical organ piece here are the 5 things which you could imitate from the models:
Try these tips today if you want to enhance your creativity and follow the footsteps of the great masters from the past.
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