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Published on Sep 20, 2011
http://www.playpiano.com It's fine if you WANT to play hymns just as they are written in the hymnbook, but you certainly don't have to. Most hymnbooks are written in 4 parts: soprano, alto, tenor and bass. But you as a piano player have 10 fingers and 88 keys -- way more than just 4-part harmony. So what do you need to know to be able to arrange your own version of old hymns and gospel songs? Watch this short video and you'll see. For more good stuff like this come on over to http://www.playpiano.com and grab our free newsletter on piano chords and chord progressions