Dear Gospel Musician,
If you're like me and love those toe-tapping, foot-stomping,
hand-clapping, finger-snapping praise songs you hear in church,
then you're going to love what I just stumbled across.
The folks over at Hear and Play Music just sent me an e-mail
marked "urgent." The e-mail contained information about their
GospelKeys 300 course, which covers "charismatic praise songs."
Looks like they are currently offering a really good deal on
this program along with some limited-time bonuses.
GospelKeys 300 demonstrates everything you need to know, from
"A to Z" to play fast, uptempo praise songs by ear... step by
step and completely over the shoulder.
This means you'll be able play all of your favorite praise
songs by ear in no time and could be on your way to
potentially playing for a charismatic church before you know
Here's what Jermaine Griggs, the author of the course,
actually has to say about it:
With the NEW Gospel Keys 300 you'll...
"Discover THE five parts to a praise song and how to recognize
them with your ear. Knowing them is one thing and recognizing
is another. By the end of the program, you'll NOT only be able
to recognize the different parts of a praise song, BUT you'll
have several options to consider when playing them (we never
play the same thing over and over ... I will teach you several
different ways to play EACH part)."
"Learn what shorter "A-B" songs are and how they differ from
more extended "A-B-C-D" songs. This is something that hundreds
of gospel musicians still don't know. It frustrates me to hear
a musician playing an "A-B-C-D" praise song when they should be
playing an "A-B" praise song. It is very very very important to
know the differences between the two types. Yes, one is an
extension of the other --- but the extensions make ALL THE
DIFFERENCE." You'll learn just what I'm talking about."
"Learn three methods to figure out what type of praise song
is being sung. I will show you, step-by-step, how to classify
different praise songs. You will also learn how to figure out
when a praise song has transitioned from an "A-B" to an
"A-B-C-D" or from an "A-B-C-D" to an "A-B" praise song. These
are priceless techniques, especially if your church sings a
medley of praise songs, one after the other."
You know... I could really go on and on about this DVD, but due
to the lack of space, I'm going to have to send you to the
official editorial page so you can check it out for yourself:
...and if you're really serious about taking your piano
playing to the next level and avoiding the most common pitfalls
many musicians fall into, you might want to consider taking
them up on their offer.
All the best,