Welcome to Pianonoise!
That's what I loved about organ playing...being able
to build community in this way, that everyone
joined together could create something more than what each individual could
be by themselves....I thought: This is organ playing! This is communication!
This is what every musician needs to know.
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blogs regarding music for 'traditional' worship:
A Mysterious Stanza in 'Wondrous Love'
How I Survive: Four solutions to the problem of the constant need for church music
part one: improvisation / two: composition / three: use of classical literature / four: keeping it simple
Would Jesus have used an Urtext edition?
Sons of Korah
for praise bands:
What Key is this thing in, anyway?
My very first praise band keyboard lesson
What does a keyboardist do in a praise band?
improvisation 101 / 102 / 103 / 104
Making a lead sheet: some observations
Making a lead sheet: more observations
the ultimate lead sheet
On Christian piano music:
An Interesting Conversation
Modulation and the Gospels
Too many Notes?
The Sacred Text?
An Interview with Marteau
another interview with Marteau
Other blogs (2014)
The gospel according to Franco Zeffireli
Evolution 101 for (some) Christians (part1)
other blogs (2013)
A Radical Development
Extract from Noah's Diary (part one)
Extract from Noah's Diary (part two)
How the First Christmas Really Happened
other blogs (2012)
Jesus Apologizes for being a Liberal
God vs. Google
The Not Quite so Good Samaritan
About that Earlier Blog Post...
Days of Noah
other blogs (2011)
Half the Argument
Squirrels and the Church Fathers
Helping the Poor
Seriously, ...who is my neighbor again?
It Must Be a Sign
Actually, they did ask directions....
other blogs (2010)
Truth or Dare
Letter from the Recording Angel
The Art of Persuasion
Yes, But Not Really
other blogs (2009)
The Imitation of Thomas a Kempis
Could it be...Satan?
Salt of the Earth
You who are evil
other blogs (2008)
What it's really all about
Can they do that?
Jesus for Messiah '08
A Letter to Martin Luther
Not to be rude, but...