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Gregory Peterson - The Organist's Alpha and Omega (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description:A survey of chorale-based repertoire, both old and new, suitable for preludes and postludes. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Gregory Peterson - Come to Us, Creative Spirit (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: In this session Gregory Peterson will cover a variety of practical tips for creative hymn playing. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Michael Burkhardt - The Organist of the 21st Century: The Calling (2010 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: This session will focus on the call and various roles of the organist, namely, theologian, herald of the Gospel, educator, and leader of the assembly's song (More)
Michael Burkhardt - The Organist of the 21st Century: Leading the Dance (2010 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: This session will assist participants in interpreting the inherent dances of the assembly's song at the organ through vocal and kinesthetic gestures and under (More)
Charles Callahan - All the Stops (2011 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Focusing on organ terminology, definitions and helpful registration hints. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Charles Callahan - Hymns, Psalms, and Spiritual Songs (2011 Alleluia Conference)
Description: A discussion on hymn-based repertoire. Location: Waco Hall, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Charles Callahan - So Little Time (2011 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Explore how to get the most out of your practice time. Location: Waco Hall, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Al Travis - Improvisations, Worship, and the Psalms (2012 Alleluia Conference)
http://edge.baylor.edu/media/183569/183569-audio.mp3   Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas. (More)
Al Travis - Interludes, Reharmonizations (2012 Alleluia Conference)
http://edge.baylor.edu/media/183559/183559-audio.mp3   Description: Interludes add an exciting dimension to hymn singing. They also serve a useful purpose as transitions from preludes to hymns, hymns to anthems, offertories to the Doxology (More)
Al Travis - Invent Your Own Songs to Him (2012 Alleluia Conference)
http://edge.baylor.edu/media/183560/183560-audio.mp3   Description: Improvisation is a useful tool for more effective service playing: creating your own hymn introductions, interludes, reharmonizations, hymn arrangements, postludes. Simple (More)
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