Learn To Play Gospel Piano
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This inspirational course in gospel piano has been specially designed for novice and intermediate players. West Virginia's First Lady of Gospel Music teaches powerful arrangements of traditional spirituals and hymns, complete with melody, harmony notes, chords, runs, turnarounds and left-hand bass lines. Two hours of instruction! 2-DVD SET * INCLUDES MUSIC * LEVEL 2/3
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I enjoy this DVD so much. I play it everyday. I have to stop and replay the runs
but that's alright I'm getting it. Her style of playing don't need to die out. I wish I had
this a long time ago. I'm so happy with this DVD. I would love to meet her in person and
thank her for doing this for Homespun Video. Her style is what I grew up hearing in the Apostolic Church of Kentucky. I can't say enough about her.. I wish she would make another video. I've learned alot from her. I'm not that good, but If I stick with it, I believe I can get close to playing just like her. Again, she is the best.
If you have any interest in this subject whatsoever, I'd advise you to buy this pronto.
Her teaching style is clear and easy to follow. Even if you work at it it will be a while before you master all the techniques she teaches in this video.
I just wish there were recordings of her playing more without stopping to explain what she's doing.
Some hand independence and comfort with four-finger chords are pre-requisites to making the most of this, though you can use the DVD to learn these skills if you're patient and not afraid to practise hard. Caffie-Austin is a beautiful player and the video shows well what her talented fingers are up to. She has a wonderful voice and engaging persona too.
If you are unsure about your skills, or are just beginning, I recommend you start with something simpler like Bradley Sowash and Scott Houston's "The Next Step" before tackling this.