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How To Play Hymns & Gospel Songs In Evangelistic Style

By David Carr Glover

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Voice, piano and guitar chords
Piano - Glover Christian Library; Piano Supplemental. Gospel and Learn To Play. Songbook. With vocal melody, piano accompaniment, lyrics, chord names and instructional text. 96 pages. Published by Belwin Music (AP.FDL00760).

Item Number: AP.FDL00760

ISBN 076923688X. 9x12 inches.

HOW TO PLAY HYMNS AND GOSPEL SONGS IN EVANGELISTIC STYLES, is presented in three sections. The first section presents how to play hymns in Basic Chorale Style. The second section presents how to play hymns in Full Chorale and Accompaniment Styles. The third section is a collection of well-loved standard Gospel hymns, already arranged for you, using the three Styles taught in sections one and two. HOW TO PLAY HYMNS AND GOSPEL SONGS IN EVANGELISTIC STYLES, is not for the beginner. For the beginner there are books in the DAVID CARR GLOVER Sacred Music Library, Primer and Levels I-VI.

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  • 5

    Nathan, Piano Teacher Based on Hymns
    Location:
    Montreal, Quebec
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • July 28, 2008 Best Book for Evangelistic Improvisation

    This Book gives the most instruction to play Evangelisticly by: Showing the patterns such as oct-chord oct-chrd-chrd and so much more! If you want to Master the Style of Evangelistic Piano Playing then... BUY THE BOOK ITS AWESOME

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  • 1

    mb
    Location:
    CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Not sure
  • May 09, 2007 not as advertised - don't bother

    If you're looking for a stockpile of examples and how-to to apply to other pieces (how do I use grace notes? what sorts of chord progressions would be appropriate to add?) and in-style riffs, this isn't the book for you. No how-to here. Just arrangements...

    . Don't bother unless you just want hymns with alternate chord progressions.

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  • 5

    Mike
    Location:
    Cincinnati
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • July 26, 2001 Excellent on the basics

    This is an excellent and well organized introduction to arranging (playing) four part hymns, as found in most hymnals, to accompany traditional congregational singing. Three methods of arrangement are presented clearly with very nice arrangements completed for a number of excellent and commonly sung hymns. I've used several in...

    church for trio. Previously, I didn't know a thing about converting four part hymns to something appropriate for congregational accompaniment, now I have a shot at coming up with something fairly pleasing.

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    Belle
    Location:
    Lexington , KY
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • December 29, 2000 "NO SOUL"

    I hate to be critical, but this book has no soul. The arrangements of the songs seem NOT to be arrangements that would be played in a black church. I'm happy that the writers were able to publish this book, and my comment is not meant to ridicule them...

    as writers. However, it is my strong opinion, that if you're looking for a book that will enhance your playing skills and offer full "fat" gospel chords, this is not the selection that I would recommend.

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