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Conferences, workshops, seminars,
Sources for online music ordering
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Glorieta Conference Center,
Ridgecrest Conference Center, Ridgecrest, NC
INFORMATION: Lifeway Conference Centers and Events
(or see the special link below).
E-MAIL Martha Kirkland
if you have specific questions.
See the special Ridgecrest/Glorieta page for descriptions
conferences are held each summer, sponsored by Lifeway Christian
Resources, Nashville, TN. Held for one week at each site, they
include instructional classes for organists, pianists and electronic
keyboard players, plus all other areas of church music responsibilities.
In addition, there are nightly concerts, daily worship services
and ample free time. Historic Santa Fe, NM, and Asheville, NC,
are nearby. When possible, make reservations early for the best
COST: Individual subsc's
TO SUBSCRIBE: Call (800) 458-2772 or send
e-mail stating you wish to subscribe to Pedalpoint Magazine.
If your church uses Lifeway's literature order form, or if you'd
like to establish a literature account for your church, Pedalpoint
may be ordered that way for less. Click here for more info about that, if you wish.
quarterly, this magazine features piano solos, organ solos, organ-piano
duets, creative hymn intros, hymn descants, solos to use with
other instruments as well as inspirational, humorous or instructional
articles. It is an excellent source for affordable new music.
A recent edition contained 20 pieces of music and eight articles.
|Lifeway Online Music Ordering
INFORMATION: Visit the
Lifeway Christian Stores online Keyboard
produces several keyboard
collections per year under the Church Street Music
(traditional) and Genevox Music (gospel/contemporary) imprints.
These may be ordered online.
An E-Mail List for Organists
General information and subscription info
"PIPORG-L discusses musical,
technical and historical aspects of organs of all kinds -- classical,
theater, electronic, reed, tracker, electropneumatic, etc. Stoplists,
recitals (past and future), recordings, jobs (wanted and available),
restoration hints, news of progress in restoration projects are
all interesting. Requests for advice or information are encouraged,
and stories of your experiences and knowledge are eagerly consumed.
In short, if it is interesting and about organs, this group would
like to hear about it."
established and storied e-mail list is a very active list,
and opinionated! If you enjoy repartee along with useful information,
this list is for you.