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#beginquote# Organ music is indeed awsome,and inspiring. One way to tinker with a church organ is to join a choir in a church which has a real pipe organ. If you are really interested in learning, ask the organist if he/she gives lessons, or if he/she can recommend an instructor. Don't be intimidated by the instrument or the organist, ask questions, and get involved. I occasionally do some sevvice work in our church, and whenever my 12 year old comes along, he sits down at the piano and fools around. He never asked to play the organ, but it isn't a taboo instrument. Many of the kids in our childrens' choir hop right on the bench and fool around. If you really enjoy pipe organ music, there is a program on National Public Radio called Pipe Dreams in the US every Sunday morning at 6am. Good luck with your endeavers! I am a fragment of my imagination #endquote#
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