What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? - Eddie Baxter - Super Organ (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Concert Recording - CR-E130 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening
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Eddie Baxter, Composer: The Adventures of Patches. Eddie Baxter is a composer, known for The Adventures of Patches () and The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson ().
What do you say? A: Yes, I guess if you are playing the organ, then feet pedal is essential part of playing it. Because otherwise, you could just play on the piano. But because as we understood from your question, you are playing at church, yes, and during services it means you are accompanying congregational singing or a choir.
Look over the piece of organ sheet music before you play it on the organ. You'll see either two or three staves (the lines and spaces that tell you what notes to play at what pitch). These will either be a treble and a bass clef or a treble and two bass clefs. The number of clefs you see depends upon the type of organ a composition is written for.