Learning during lockdown : 13 harmony from beginner to FRCO…and live looping

Pam Hulme | picture credit @harrywheelerdreamer We are recording our current series of live webinars on harmony for the RCO examination written papers, so they can be viewed on iRCO.  This month's Learning during Lockdown suggests how you could use these, and other resources, to start or continue your studies of harmony, depending on your existing knowledge.   We also introduce live looping, an improvisatory technique from the world of electronic music, which can be creatively applied to the organ.  Click on highlighted text below to find the relevant material—create a (free) guest logon if prompted. Harmony…

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