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How to Play Hymns

Helpful tips for playing hymns and other sacred repertoire

In this video, Robert gives you some helpful suggestions for playing hymns and other sacred repertoire on the piano.

Released on November 27, 2013

  
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Garry Corbett * VSM MEMBER * on December 15, 2013 @3:26 pm PST
Always good advice. Thank you so much. Do you have a catalog , book, video or lessons about bass and melody RIFFs ?
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Robert Estrin - host, on December 16, 2013 @10:44 am PST
There are many tutorial videos coming. I will make a note of your suggestion!
Peter Ma on November 28, 2013 @2:11 am PST
You have just revealed a simple concept which is so important but which not all instructors know the significance of making a point.
Richard L Walker on November 27, 2013 @1:26 pm PST
Good suggestions. Thanks.
Ted Kasckow on November 27, 2013 @5:30 am PST
this was a good tip however it might have been demonstrated with the average church hymnal. Also how to play melody with chordal background. I know that you are revealing just the tip of the iceberg.
How does one arpegiate on the piano.
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Richard L Walker on November 27, 2013 @1:27 pm PST
I'm dying to say "one note at a time."
Robert Estrin - host, on November 27, 2013 @1:36 pm PST
You may find this video on arpeggios helpful:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4I99R-DXRs
Robert Estrin - host, on November 27, 2013 @1:37 pm PST
Here is a video that covers how to play arpeggios:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4I99R-DXRs
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