Learning during lockdown: 3 working on improvisation

Ronny Krippner, one of the tutors on improvisation on iRCO This week's Learning during Lockdown focusses on improvisation, a skill all organists are encouraged to acquire, and which is expected, at some level, in most organ examinations.   Here on iRCO you can find films demonstrating improvisation skills for organists at every stage, from total beginner to FRCO.  Follow the highlighted links to find the material (create a free guest login if prompted). The first video Improvisation – you can do it!, suggests how organists can get started with improvisation.  Presented by Andrew Cantrill-Fenwick, with contributions from…

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