Organ Music Note Intervals
An organ is a keyboard instrument that produces sound by air flowing through pipes made out of metal or wood. Learn about music note intervals on the organ with tips from a music director in this free video series on the organ.
Music is one of the most interesting forms of expression that exists in the world today. Whether the rhythmic arranging of tones and melodies developed in conjunction with spoken language is still unknown; nonetheless, music is unique in that it facilitates a special conversation between the musician and the audience that exceeds mere words. Music creates a connection between people that is not limited by time, distance, or relationship; a song can speak to anyone, anywhere. That’s why music continually changes and grows, is still loved and still proliferates. Music is a living language as well as an crucial part of church music in countries all over the world. No instrument is more important to church music than the organ.
In this free video series on the organ, a music director, Geoffrey Killebrew, discusses music note intervals on the organ. Killebrew begins by explaining the difference between whole steps and half steps. He also explains how to form and find these musical notes in relation to the keys on the organ. Killebrew will discuss intervals in C, C sharp, D, E flat, F, F sharp and so on. Watch these free videos and learn more about music note intervals on the organ today.
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