Technique

If you’re new to the organ, this is a good place to get a brief introduction to some basic organ techniques. But if you really want to master the instrument, I highly recommend personal instruction. If this is not an option for you right now, you may want to check out DeeAnn Stone’s website for a list of organ resources that can help you along.
If you have comments or questions, please share them on the Group Discussion page.

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It’s Not a Piano!

It looks like a piano. Sort of.
It sounds like a piano . Sort of.
You play it like a piano. Sort of.
But not really.
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Using Your Hands

If you can play the piano, you can play the organ. Right?
Absolutely!
But to really play music, you need to move those piano-trained fingers in a different way.
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Using Your Feet

Did you think your legs were there just to keep you from falling off the bench?
It may surprise you how much undiscovered potential there is in those oft-neglected appendages!
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Setting the Stops

Feeling ready to play a hymn, but a bit overwhelmed by all the choices of stops?
Not sure whether to use a Gedeck or a Celeste?
This is the place for you!
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