Easy Masonic Music - Everyone Can Play!
Do you really mean 'Everyone can play?'
The short answer is, Yes!
This is true even if you have never played before, but most people already have some knowledge, even if it was music lessons at school 60 years ago. If you have ever seen a diagram like this one, then you already know more than you think you know.
The notes for the right hand to play in the music in this book are mostly those shown in the diagram above. The left hand one-finger-chords only use the single notes of C,D, E, F, G, A, Bb and B and you do not have to read the music as they are all written down for you.
All the music in this book is able to be played using two or three fingers and with a very basic musical knowledge. You don't need any manual dexterity to play you can even do this with two pencils! So how do you play the music? There is a more detailed guide inside the book.
You will undoubtedly remember a time when you found learning Ritual daunting, this is easier than that! Indeed great results can be obtained from just a few hours of practice. I wish it had been that easy to learn the Ceremonies for the Chair! As I also say inside the book, last but not least, enjoy the process of experimentation and learning. Your Lodge or other Masonic Unit will appreciate the effort you have put into your learning, and will certainly appreciate the enhancement you make to the Ceremonies and Meetings.
Ringbound Paperback 26 pages
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Hail Eternal (Opening Ode) Standard Tune
Hail Eternal (Tune 2)
Hail Eternal (Tune 3)
Closing Ode 1
Closing Ode Abide With Me
Closing Ode The Day Thou Gavest
Chapter Opening We Love This Place, O God
Chapter Opening 2 O Worship the King
Chapter Closing Immortal, Invisible
Chapter Closing 2
Mark Masons Song
God Save the Queen
Entered Apprentice Song
Absent Brethren (Architect of Love & Power)
Absent Brethren (Architect In Thy Great Mercy)
Visitors Song (Warm Masonic Hearts)
God Save the Queen (Simplified Version)
A brilliant well thought out and presented book. If like me you were taught piano as a child and would now like to play the organ in your lodge, then this is the book for you.
So much better than electronic music in lodge. For those who played a bit of guitar back in our younger days, this is the easy way to play keyboard in lodge. Excellent, this has been needed for some time. Well done.