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    #16
    Hey Freddy,
    I literally just listened to your YouTube upload a few minutes ago and it isn't half bad! In fact, I think its quite good. Not that I know anything about theater organ playing. I wish I did. I have a deep suspicion that becoming acquainted with theater organ technique makes any classical organist better. Look at Cameron Carpenter.

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      #17
      Originally posted by Leisesturm View Post
      Hey Freddy,
      I literally just listened to your YouTube upload a few minutes ago and it isn't half bad! In fact, I think its quite good. Not that I know anything about theater organ playing. I wish I did. I have a deep suspicion that becoming acquainted with theater organ technique makes any classical organist better. Look at Cameron Carpenter.

      Your comments appreciated. I looked at Cameron Carpenter and can only envy the skill and technique. Oh well, back to the practice session.

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        #18
        Great fun, Freddy! Your granddad is a wise man.
        John
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        Church: Allen MDS-45 with Allen MIDI-DIVISION-II expander
        Home: Allen Renaissance R-230 with expanded four-channel audio and MIDI-DIVISION-II
        Shop: Bunch of organs in varying conditions, some good, some not...
        Half of an incredible two-man organ service team -- servicing all the major digitals in Arkansas churches
        https://www.facebook.com/pages/Birds...97551893588434

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          #19
          I watched the video,and thought it was pretty good. I may not be into theater organ,though,but that was enjoyable. As I see it,it's all about enjoying music,...professional or amateur! Practice a particular song,..and when you feel it's worthy of a video shoot for youtube,post it for all to enjoy. I have a Rodgers 640 organ in my living room,....I enjoy contemporary praise & worship music,...and that is mostly what I will be playing. I'm an amateur organist,so I play melody line with chords,and add pedals to lowest note of each chord for a bass line. I'll choose a song I want to learn,practice it,and when I feel it's ready for a video shoot,...I film it,and post to youtube for all to enjoy,and share the gift God has given me.
          Late 1980's Rodgers Essex 640

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            #20
            Originally posted by Freddy, UK View Post

            Just to be perverse, eblues, it is posted, link below. I have to emphasise that I do not claim to be a musician and have never had any musical training or lessons. As a 76 year old, it ain't important now! And my granddad loves it.


            https://youtu.be/oz7uP88hGlU
            Well, since this old thread has been revived, I missed your reply when you posted this. Now, two years later I have a listen. This recording is not bad... the opposite, actually. It is is entertaining, and certainly worthy of public consumption. I have posted many videos of lessor quality, and will continue to exercise my right to pollute YouTube...
            60' Hammond A-100 (free!) Church duty, certainly not "minty"
            Leslie 710 ($80)

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