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Variegated Plate

Wonder what this might be?

Coming soon...
Coming soon…

var·i·e·gat·ed
ˈver(ē)əˌɡādəd/
adjective
1) exhibiting different colors, especially as irregular patches or streaks.
Botany: (of a plant or foliage) having or consisting of leaves that are edged or patterned in a second color, especially white as well as green.
2) marked by variety.

Think definition number 2. Coming soon…….

Organ concerts – behind the scenes

On May 3rd, 2015 I was one of two performers at a 2-organ concert. It is unusual these days to have a single organ concert, let alone one that features 2 organs. The location of the concert was a small church in the small town of Micanopy, FL (population 600). The building can hold a very uncomfortable 75, maybe 100. The following video was shot by an audience member and is not the greatest video, but it’s all I’ve got:

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OSZLUGeWJE&w=420&h=315]

The 2nd organ was installed on Thursday and modifications were made to the existing organ as well. As of early Sunday morning there were serious doubts whether the existing organ would be working as it should for the concert.

To back up a bit, one should know something about the building itself. Due to the size of the building, a pipe organ of any size that would be practical for the needs of the church is out of the question, so there is an electronic organ in the building. It is a good sounding organ based on sampling technology. The organ also has 2 sound modules attached via MIDI.

The concert itself went very well, in spite of the problems you will read about below. We adjusted the pews (which are not attached to the floors) so that the front half of pews faced on another facing the center aisle. In the back, 3 pews on one side faced forward, the other 3 faced backwards and there was one pew against the wall allowing for a view of the console and feet of the installed organ. The temporary organ was placed across the center aisle as far forward as one could go without getting into the church’s altar area. The idea was that people could see both organists if seated up front and/or just one or the other organist when seated in the back seats.

Needless to say, a temporary organ will not be a pipe organ either.  In this case it was what I would call a modern theater organ. The available sounds were not sounds one would normally associate with church music. It was almost like having an orchestra at one’s fingertips. As you might imagine, setting it up and getting it to sound good would take some time.

The existing organ, only installed about 2 years ago, was working fine. However, the initial installation had been a bit of an experiment regarding the antiphonal speakers. The guest organist, the theater organist was also the person who installed the church’s existing organ. He decided, with my approval, to change what sounds go to which speakers.

The organ has 6-channel outputs and we also have two sound modules, one an organ sound module and the other a Korg orchestral sound module. All controlled by MIDI. The organ module had been modified from stereo out to a 3-channel (each stereo) output. We have two sets of speakers (separate channels) in the back near the organ and another set at the front of the church (opposite side from the organ, the antiphonal speakers). We changed the routing of the various outputs of the organ and the 2 modules to different speakers. All of the organ went to the speakers near the organ up on the wall. Some to the top speakers, some to the bottom speakers. (Prior to this, all of the swell went to the antiphonal speakers). The Korg module now comes out of the front (antiphonal) speakers as does the Division B of the organ module. Changing the outputs, which involved many changes to cables, mixers and software configurations ended up taking about 6 hours on Thursday. As we left that evening, everything sounded good, much better than before.

I came in on Friday to practice. I loaded up some presets/pistons and almost got blasted off the organ bench. The external organ module was not being heard from the correct channels and was much louder than it had been on Thursday. It was not useable as it was. On Saturday around 6pm the organ installer/technician is back. We discover that the modifications to the organ module were not working. (At least that’s our best guess right now). We had to re-do the output of it in order to get things the way we wanted. Then on Sunday morning nothing is coming out of the organ module. So, we determine the organ module’s modified outputs are bad and are affecting the original outputs. Fortunately we were able to get it to work for the concert. And it did. The last I’ve heard is he will take the module and repair it so at least the original outputs work. We set the different divisions to mono outputs and routed Division B to the right side that led to the antiphonal speakers. The rest of the outputs went to the left and the speakers by the organ.

As to the program itself, I played the first half and the guest organist did the next half (and then some). It was decided that I would do more traditional organ music. I did a variety of classical music and hymn arrangements. The guest organist did mostly orchestral transcriptions and popular music with a few hymn tunes thrown in, but with orchestral sounds.

For a town of 600, we were quite happy to have the 40 or so people come out to view the program. The audience seems to have really enjoyed it. The church is anticipating a concert series for the 2015/2016 season (Sep through May).

If you are in Micanopy, FL, – a great place to visit to see ‘old’ Florida & where the movie Doc Hollywood was filmed – stop by the Church of the Mediator, across from the Herlong mansion some Sunday morning and hear the organ.

 

Cubase DAW evaluation

It is always good advice not to switch to a different DAW if you are comfortable and familiar with another one. And, if you aren’t getting the sound you want from the DAW, spend the time learning that DAW before considering switching. Even so, sometimes it’s worth looking at other DAWs if they have a ‘really want’ feature that yours doesn’t or to get ideas of other ways to do things in your current daw.

So I got a copy of Cubase 6 LE as a ‘freebie’ with another product I bought. I know it’s not the latest version of the software nor is it as feature rich as the ‘pro’ version but the midi score editing capability was enough to get me to try it. I also wanted to see the workflow and if the visual is any better than what I’m using. I even watched some tutorial videos so I wouldn’t be completely lost.

I’m not out to start a ‘my DAW is better than yours’ war’. If you like what you use, keep using it. Unless you’re just starting out, you have too much invested to change now.

In my opinion, the workflow of Cubase is more difficult than my current daw. There were a few midi features that were better but not enough reason to switch. The midi music notation editing feature that I most wanted to see was not good. I’ll take PG Music’s Band in a Box (or RealTracks) notation editor over this any day. (For the record, I use Sibelius 7 to create scores then export to midi or play the midi into my daw).

Not that I was seriously considering changing but I will definitely be sticking to my current DAW along with Komplete Ultimate. The DAW I use is the $60 full-featured DAW that even pro-tools professionals have switched to. That is Reaper.

So, Cubase users, any reason I should go back and take another look at it? What is it that made you decide on it rather than something else? Does the latest version have a better interface and workflow than 6?

The piano is dead?

Just an article to get the mind thinking. I’d love to hear some insightful comments on this subject.

Are people learning to play the piano enough to keep the piano going as a popular instrument? Is it becoming like the pipe organ or electronic keyboards/synthesizers, all instruments played by a small percentage of musicians?

Is the future of music in technology? Is music moving to the point where one uses a midi controller (either a keyboard like instrument or a drum pad like Maschine) to produce a loop that is then played by pushing a button on a machine or computer (like an iphone/ipad)? Most music heard today by the majority of people is electronic based music. You may love classical music or live music without processing, but that’s the minority. Even if there is a live guitar player, it is unlikely that it hasn’t been processed by something, whether through an electric guitar amp or a foot pedal or computer based effects. Most TV & film music uses electronic samples (recordings) of instruments. Most live performances, like the large big-name touring artists give have pre-recorded elements as part of the performance. Even the voices are manipulated to make the singer stay in tune. One can half-way learn an instrument, record the bits and pieces, manipulate it in a computer and make it sound like a virtuoso. They then go on stage and play that recording – which I give them credit is something they created – while playing very simple parts. Is the need to learn an instrument really necessary?

If you can put together decent sounding material and play it back through a decent sound system while appearing to perform (like a DJ does), is that not sufficient? Over time as you create the raw material you would naturally become more proficient in your instrument. It would take much longer than in traditional lessons, but you’d still learn. Besides, you can rely on the technology to present a product that people like and that’s what matters.

I ask this because my main livelihood is as a piano teacher, apparently a career that is going the way of the dinosaur. I was shown an article in an actual printed paper (Gainesville, FL Sun 1/3/2015 issue) that said that Piano sales are way down and that fewer & fewer parents want their kids to learn piano. The reasons apparently vary between the appeal of learning computers and technology (eg video games) and the, in my opinion, misguided idea that team sports is preferable to music. I’ve lost many a student to sports and it always seems to be the ones that really should stick in music that go off to sports. It makes me wonder if I should switch to teaching how to use drum machines, music notation/composing software, home recording, etc? Would parents or potential students be more interested in that?

I could write volumes on why team sports is not as good for kids in the long run as taking music lessons. I can’t help but think of the quote from “1984” that goes “Films, football, beer, and above all, gambling filled up the horizon of their minds. To keep them in control was not difficult….” I would paraphrase that to say “Entertainment, alcohol, gambling and above all else, sports captured everyone’s attention so controlling and manipulating, misleading, spying on and taking advantage of society was easy.” (Entertainment being things like Films, TV, YouTube, twitter, etc.). But much better authors than me have pointed out the fallacies of focusing on sports for children. Unfortunately, the parents making the decisions about music lessons don’t listen or don’t care about those facts.

Even if sports were not a big distraction for children & parents, would the side of technology that makes it far to easy to produce music that sounds good be sufficient reason for people not to take serious music lessons? What should a piano or music teacher do if the field of learning a specific instrument is dead or dying?

Comments, ideas? Please share.

Website update

Website update

I’ve made some major changes to the website in the past two months. Visit JamesGilbertMusic.com to see all the changes.

More free music

In the process of getting rid of collections (see below), I decided to move several titles to the free category (listed at the bottom of the music catalog pages). As an example, all of the instrumental hymn improvisations are now available for free.

Singles – no collections

Most print publishers sell music in collections. Multiple titles contained within one book. Overall it is cheaper per piece for the customer. But, in my experience, the collection contains to many titles I didn’t want to buy but were forced to. When I first started the website, I only sold music as single titles. A little over a year ago (I think) I switched to collections for most everything. Thanks to your feedback, I’ve learned that online customers just want to purchase a single title.

Almost everything on the site is now available as a single title. What collections there are will disappear soon to be replaced by singles.

Albums, singles, EP and audio recordings in general

I’ve been an active contributor to SoundCloud and have announced my uploads via Twitter, this blog, facebook and the like. However, on the website, all I had was a link to my SoundCloud page. Also, I have several singles and now 2 EPs (only) on GooglePlay. Those are mentioned on the website’s main page, but nowhere else. I’ve updated the sheet music catalog to include those in the listings with links to the two sites. For most of 2014 my recordings have only been available via online sources other than my website. For various reasons that is best for me and will continue to be that way. Those include CD-Baby, Amazon, GooglePlay and Spotify as well as various online streaming sites.

New titles

I’ve added several new titles to the sheet music catalog. Click on the New Titles icon to see all of them.

Better Icons

At least I hope they are better. I updated the graphics on the music catalog page to make it easier to read. I also added and updated a few on the main page.
Other places you can find us on the internet:


Twitter

YouTube

SoundCloud

CD-Baby

Amazon Artist Page

iTunes

Amazon Kindle

Nook

Google Music

How do you listen to music

Please let me know in the comments or on twitter how you listen to music.

Listening to music

Why I’m asking this question.
I noticed in my collection of computer “junk” that I had a speaker system of a powered sub-woofer and three speakers. They were from a 2006 era computer. The sub-woofer is good, but the other speakers are not high-quality. I couldn’t remember why I wasn’t using them with my current system other than I have some nice near-field monitors. (But they don’t do low end well).

I hooked the system up and they sounded nice. The low end was a dramatic improvement over my current setup. But, after about 20 minutes the speakers started crackling and making a lot of static. Due to the unique (proprietary?) way the sub-woofer connects to the other speakers, I can find no way to use the sub-woofer without them. So, I’m back to just my near-field monitors and good over-the-ear headphones for listening and mixing.

I really liked hearing the low end in the music I was working on. I would like to get the sub-woofer to work with different speakers, but I can’t. This all got me to thinking, how do you and people you know listen to music? Is a sub-woofer commonly used?

 

Few listen to live non-amplified music

Most people will listen to music via some sort of speaker/amplifier system. Unless you regularly go to live performances of non-amplified instruments – which I do recommend – then you are listening to music via a speaker. I’d like to know what type of speakers you listen on. No, I don’t want to know models or brands, just general information. You may listen in various locations. I want to know what the most common speaker setup is for you.

 

Speaker listening possibilities

Here are some possibilities. Do you listen only in your vehicle? Do you only use ear-buds? Do you use the computer speakers that are in your laptop? What about over the ear headphones? Do you use the speakers that came with your computer desktop? Do you listen to the speaker of your phone or tablet? Do you listen through a home stereo or home theater system? When listening on stand-alone speakers are the largest speakers big (10 inches or more)? Are there multiple speakers within the speaker cabinet? Or maybe you listen via some other speaker setup?

 

To sub-woofer or not?

What about a sub-woofer? Do you listen to most of your music via a system that has a sub-woofer? (That’s the ‘point 1’ in a 5.1 or 7.1 system). What do you think of your music when you have to listen on a system without one? When I record or mix music, should I assume most people don’t listen on a system with a sub-woofer and not worry about mixing so it sounds excellent on a system with one? Although I try to mix so my music sounds good on all systems, I’m wondering as a result of this experience whether I need to spend so much time trying to perfect the sound for all systems or focus on the ones that most people listen to? Of course I’ll always strive to sound better on as many speakers as I can, I could save time by not spending so much time working on trying to please all speakers out there.

Any thoughts or comments are welcome here or via my Twitter account @MusicByJames

Visit my website JamesGilbertMusic.com for details about my sheet-music, recordings, piano lessons and more.

Used Music

Used Music

If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you know that I have many pieces of music that I’ve composed or arranged available on my website. But what you might not know is that I have a large number of Used music titles also available. These are titles from my personal music collection. All of them are useable for performance and educational purposes and in good to excellent condition.

Click here to view the used music page

In addition to several titles featured at the top of that page, separated into categories, there is a long list at the bottom. Here’s that list. It should give you and idea of how much I have. There is no shipping charge to US residents (it’s figured into the price) and discounts for purchasing more. (PVG is Piano, Vocal, Guitar). Some of these titles may have already sold by the time you read this, but if you are interested in any, follow the links at the used music page to order.

Title Category Composer Arranger Publisher
101 Favorite Hymn Harmonizations For Keyboard Organ Accompaniment Lovelace, Webb, Morgan Abingdon (Cokesbury Press, Methodist)
11 Free Accompaniments with descants to familiar Hymns Organ Accompaniment Hal H. Hopson Shawnee (Harold Flammer, Glory Sound)
1984’s Sheet Music Pops PVG Various Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
20 All-Time Hit Paraders No. 17 Guitar (or C Instrument) Various Charles Hansen Music Company
Aaron Piano Lesson Book Educational Michael Aaron Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
At The Name Of Jesus: Favorite Hymns And Gospel Songs Organ Benson-Brentwood
Bach: Well-Tempered Clavier for the Piano, Book 2 Piano Johann Sebastian Bach Czerny G. Schirmer
Bartok: Selected Works For The Piano Piano Bela Bartok G. Schirmer
Bastien Piano Basics Level 1 Educational James Bastien Neil A. Kjos Music Company
Bastien Piano Basics Primer Level Educational James Bastien Neil A. Kjos Music Company
Beethoven Sonatas For Piano, Book 1 Piano Ludwig Van Beethoven G. Schirmer
Boy Scout Songbook Leadsheet Various Boy Scouts of America
Carols For Organ And Oboe Organ Augsburg Fortress
Celebrate Choral Music 10/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Celebrate Choral Music, 1/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Celebrate Choral Music, 4/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Celebration Of The Family Of God Choral Don Marsh Benson-Brentwood
Cesar Franck: Organ Works Organ Cesar Franck Dover Publications
Children’s Corner Piano Claude Debussy Durand & Fils
Chopin: Ballads Piano Frederick Chopin G. Schirmer
Chopin: Complete Works For Piano, Book 1, Waltzes Piano Frederick Chopin G. Schirmer
Chopin: Complete Works For Piano, Vol. 3, Polonaises Piano Frederick Chopin G. Schirmer
Chopin: Scherzi And Fantasy For the Piano Piano Frederick Chopin G. Schirmer
Chopin-Schaum For Piano, Book 1 Educational Frederick Chopin Schaum Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Choral Supplement: Baptist Hymnal ’91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Chorale Preludes on Seven Hymn Tunes Organ Gordon Young Shawnee (Harold Flammer, Glory Sound)
Christ Is Born: Hymn Preludes For Organ Organ Augsburg Fortress
Christmas Sing Along PVG Various Charles Lindsay, Jr. Amsco Publishing Company
Christmas Song Folio for Piano Educational Mel Bay Mel Bay Publications
Chuck Girad: Glow In The Dark PVG Chuck Girard Leonard Moss Dunamis Music
Composing At The Piano, Early Intermediate Educational Evans, Baker Hal Leonard
Contemporary Hymn & Songs for Piano/4-Hand Piano Hope Publishing (Agape, Providence, Sommerset,
Contemporary Praise 10/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Contemporary Praise, 1/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Contemporary Praise, 4/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Contemporary Praise, 10/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Curry And Salsa Piano Craig Curry Shawnee (Harold Flammer, Glory Sound)
Czerny In All Keys, Book 2 Piano Czerny John Schaum Schaum Publications
Day School Ringer Educational Charlie Tillman (Editor) Charlie Tillman Songs
Dreamin’ Again Choral Various David T. Clydesdale Benson-Brentwood
Duets For Piano & Organ: Volume Two Organ, Piano Duet Harold DeCou Benson-Brentwood
Easter Duets For Organ And Piano Organ, Piano Duet Various Various Lorenz Publishing
Eleven Organ Pieces For Church And Recital Organ Gordon Young Shawnee (Harold Flammer, Glory Sound)
Etudes: Op. 10 for the Piano Piano Frederick Chopin Julio Esteban, Editor Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Everybody’s Favorite Piano Pieces Piano Amsco Publishing Company
Exalt Him: Songs for Celebration & Praise PVG Word Music
Exaltation 10/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Exaltation, 1/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Exaltation, 4/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Famous Guitar Folio Guitar Various Leon Block Famous Music Corporation
Famous Song Hits No. 2 PVG Famous Music Corporation
Favorites Number 7: A Collection Of Gospel Songs PVG Ira Stanphill Benson-Brentwood
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, Volume 1 Piano Bull, Morely, Richardson, Byrd, etc Dover Publications
Fitzwilliam Virginal Book, Volume 2 Piano Bull, Morely, Richardson, Byrd, etc Dover Publications
Five Centuries Of Choral Music For Mixed Voice Choral Various Various G. Schirmer
Five Toccatas by Gordon Young Organ Gordon Young Shawnee (Harold Flammer, Glory Sound)
Folksong Festival: 47 Favorites to Play and Sing PVG Traditional Irwin Silber Scholastic Magazines / Oak Publishing
Forty Fabulous Hits: 20 Nostalgic Favorites, part 2 Organ Various Charles Hansen Music Company
Give Him Glory: Arrangements for the Advanced Pianist Piano Myra Schubert Lillenas Publishing
Glory Songs 10/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Glory Songs, 1/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Glory Songs, 4/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Great Is The Lord: Favorites for Choir or Congregation PVG Various Ken Bible, Compiler Lillenas Publishing
Haydn: Sonatas For the Piano, Book 2 Piano Franz Joseph Haydn G. Schirmer
Homeland Harmony PVG Various Lanny Wolfe (Pathway, Vaughn Mus, see #152
Honky-Tonk Rag Time Piano Piano George Terry Remick Music Corp.
How Majestic Is Your Name PVG Word Music
Hymns For Worship: Three hymns Choral various Herbert Colvin Word Music
I Have Decided Choral Various John Lee Benson-Brentwood
I Just Called To Say I Love You & Other Sheet Music Pop PVG Various Carol Cuellar, Editor Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
In Recital: Jazz, Blues & Rags, Level 5 Educational Various Helen Marlais FJH Music Company (Faber)
Jerome Kern Piano Solos Piano Wise Publications
Johann Sebastian Bach: Organ Music Organ Johann Sebastian Bach Dover Publications
Johann Sebastian Bach: Well Tempered Clavier, Vol. II Piano Johann Sebastian Bach Hans Bischoff, Editor Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Johannes Brahms: Complete Shorter Works For Solo Piano Piano Johannes Brahms Dover Publications
John Schaum Duet Album For Piano Educational John Schaum Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
John Thompson’s Modern Course For The Piano: Grade 1 Educational John Thompson Willis Music Company
Jubilation! 100 Praise And Worship Songs PVG Word Music
Keyboard Music: J.S. Bach Piano Johann Sebastian Bach Dover Publications
n/a Educational Evans, Baker Hal Leonard
Let’s Just Praise The Lord: A Praise-book of Choruses PVG Various W. Elmo Mercer Benson-Brentwood
Let’s Play Piano Educational Alma Holton Rich Boston Music Company
Lift One Voice: Organ Explorations of Hymn Tunes Organ English folk tune Augsburg Fortress
Light On Your Feet: A Collection for Organ with minimal pedal Organ Wayne L. Wold Augsburg Fortress
Mel Bay Modern Guitar Method: Grade 1 Educational Mel Bay Mel Bay Publications
Mendelssohn: Songs Without Words Piano Felix Mendelssohn G. Schirmer
Michael Aaron Piano Course: Grade 4 Educational Michael Aaron Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Mickelson & Wyrtzen: Organ & Piano Duets, Vol.2 Organ, Piano Duet Wyrtzen, Mickelson Benson-Brentwood
FJH Music Company (Faber)
FJH Music Company (Faber)
FJH Music Company (Faber)
FJH Music Company (Faber)
FJH Music Company (Faber)
Musicianship for the Older Beginner, Level 1 Educational James Bastien Neil A. Kjos Music Company
Organ / Piano Duets for the Church service Organ, Piano Duet Tedd Smith and Don Hustad Hope Publishing (Agape, Providence, Sommerset,
Organ Supplement II: Baptist Hymnal ’91 Organ Accompaniment Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Organ Supplement: Baptist Hymnal ’91 Organ Accompaniment Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Petra: Youth Choir Collection Choral Various John Lee Word Music
FJH Music Company (Faber)
Piano Classics Simplified Educational Henry Levine Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Piano Supplement: Baptist Hymnal ’91 Piano Accompaniment Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Pocket Book of Fun Songs Leadsheet Terry Kirkland Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Pocket Book of Rounds Leadsheet Terry Kirkland Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Praise Organist: Medleys for Contemporary Worship Organ Word Music
Praise: Three Calls To Worship Choral Various Jerry Kirk Tempo Music:Canticle, Sound III, Rod & Staff,
Scales And Pieces In All Keys Educational John W. Schaum Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Scripture In Song PVG Benson-Brentwood
Serve The Lord With Gladness Organ Sandra W. Jarrell Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Seven Classic Carols For Organ Organ Robert Lau Shawnee (Harold Flammer, Glory Sound)
Showcase For Piano Piano Chappell & Co: DeSylva & Brown & Henderson
Side By Side At The Piano Educational Leopold Rovenger Rubank
Simple Songs for Toddlers Leadsheet John M. Rasley, compiler Benson-Brentwood
Sing ‘N Celebrate PVG Word Music
Slavic Dances, Op. 46, Books 1 and 2 Piano Anton Dvorak G. Schirmer
Solo Transcriptions for Spanish Guitar Guitar Various Ned Cosmo Mills Music
Songs We Like To Sing PVG Birdie Alexander Silver, Burdett & Company
Spiritual Jazz Piano Hope Publishing (Agape, Providence, Sommerset,
Spirituals: Time-Honored Songs of the Negro People PVG Various William Stickles Charles Hansen Music Company
Sunshine Music Mountain Kids Kollection Choral David Culross Benson-Brentwood
Technic Is Fun: Preparatory Book Educational Hirschberg Musicord Publications
The Apostle Musical Cam Floria Spectra: Lexicon, Celebration Services,
The Best Of Scott Joplin Piano Scott Joplin Charles Hansen Music Company
The Best Of Sigmund Romberg Piano Sigmund Romberg Tony Esposito Warner Brothers Music
The Big Band Era PVG Shapiro, Bernstein Music
The Church Musician, 1/88 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 1/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 1/91 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 1/92 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 1/93 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 2/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 2/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 3/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 4/88 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 4/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 4/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 4/91 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 4/92 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 5/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 6/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 6/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 7/88 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 7/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 7/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 7/91 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 7/92 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 8/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 10/88 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 10/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 10/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 10/91 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 10/92 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 11/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 11/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 12/89 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Musician, 12/90 Instrumental Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Church Pianist, 1-2/97 Piano Lorenz Publishing
The Church Pianist, 5-6/97 Piano Lorenz Publishing
The Church Pianist, 5-6/99 Piano Lorenz Publishing
The Church Pianist, 7-8/98 Piano Lorenz Publishing
The Church Pianist, 9/2001 Piano Lorenz Publishing
The Church Pianist, 9-10/97 Piano Lorenz Publishing
The Dove Song Book: Songs of the Spirit… PVG Various John Wilson Hope Publishing (Agape, Providence, Sommerset,
The Leila Fletcher Piano Course: Book Five Educational Leila Fletcher Montgomery Music
The Leila Fletcher Piano Course: Book Six Educational Leila Fletcher Montgomery Music
The Lord Is My Light: Organ-Piano Duets Organ, Piano Duet Various Betty Jean Chatham Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The One Hundred and One Best Songs PVG The Cable Company
The Senior Musician, 1/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Senior Musician, 4/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Senior Musician, 10/90 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Senior Musician, 10/92 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
The Top 300 Contemporary Christian Songs Leadsheet Lillenas Publishing
Three Service Pieces For Organ Organ Gordon Young Alfred (WB, Belwin-Mills, Kalmus)
Two Christmas Preludes Organ Robert Lau Augsburg Fortress
Worship Him: Scripture Songs For Worship PVG Various Jesse Peterson,Mark Hayes Tempo Music:Canticle, Sound III, Rod & Staff,
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Worship Resources, 1/94 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 4/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 4/92 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 4/93 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 7/91 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 7/92 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 7/93 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 1/93 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 10/90 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 10/92 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
Worship Resources, 10/93 Choral Lifeway (Broadman, Genevox, McKinney)
You Can Teach Yourself Piano by Ear Educational Mel Bay Mel Bay Publications
You Light Up My Life & Star Wars PVG Big Hill Music
Youth Sings PVG Praise Book Publications