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Church organists have to be extremely versatile: they are expected to offer a wide range of musical skills, from playing voluntaries and improvising to accompanying congregational and choral music. As an organist in a parish church you might find yourself accompanying apolyphonic communion motet one minute and a contemporary worship song the next.In response, the RSCM has developed the Church Music Skills programme, designed to help practising church musicians develop the skills and understanding that they need for their role, and to equip those who want to be able to lead music in worship.This second of three volumes for church organists builds on the skills learnt in the first level, and introduces wider use of the pedals. Itfurther enhances the technical skills necessary to play hymns and worship songs, accompany anthems and anglican chant psalms, and play voluntaries.
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