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Why Don´t You Play The Organ Man - Various - Natural Funky (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. As Widor said, fingering is completely different on the organ. Your piano teacher would have told you off for crossing fingers and things like that. On the organ you have to cross fingers and do finger substitution if you want to play legato. He also mentioned dynamics: you can't hit keys harder to make them louder, and you can't pull out stops.
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