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Old 06-24-2006, 02:03 AM
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Arrow Improvisation books?

I need help. I can't improvise at all and I've played piano for going on 5 yrs. I only had lessons for about 8 months, self-taught the rest, but I'll most likely be taking over the piano at church soon. I already fill in for our pianist quite a bit and my piano playing sounds terrible compared to hers! I've been to our music store several times trying to find something I can use to teach myself to improvise but I can't find anything. I don't know what I'm looking for.
Does anyone have any suggestions of books I can look for? Any help would be so nice!! Thanks!
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I already suggested Shelly Hamilton's Hymnprovisor series.
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Can't afford it right now, need something cheaper
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