Welcome to The LDS Organist Blog

The purpose of this blog is to help pianists learn to become true organists. Many individuals believe that if you play the piano you can play the organ, but the instruments differ greatly. While this blog is specifically geared towards members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, much of the information shared can be utilized by all. I hope that the information I share here will help you become an effective organist in your ward, stake, or other congregation.

Feel free to browse and search this blog. It was started in January 2010 and while new posts aren't added very often, this blog contains a wealth of information and is a wonderful resource for all organists. If you're a new reader, you can find the first lesson here: Before We Begin: Acquiring the Essentials. Also, please "like" the corresponding facebook page, which is updated more often. A link is provided on the right sidebar, or you can click here.

Thanks for visiting!

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Articles and the AGO

My plan for the Thursday articles is to cover a variety of topics that will appeal to both beginning and advanced organists. I'm also planning on featuring articles from guest bloggers.

If you have a topic you'd like to see covered, feel free to post suggestions here, or email musicalmom at gmail dot com.

Also, if you are interested in writing an article for this blog, please let me know!

The American Guild of Organists

Have you taken the time to visit the American Guild of Organists' website which is linked on my sidebar? Here you can find a chapter near you (enter your zip code on the home page) or browse numerous other resources. I highly recommend you take the time right now to explore the site, then find your local chapter's website and see what activities are going on around you.

Have fun!

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