Date: February 27
Location: In-person and on Zoom
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84978968522
This Sunday’s Adult Education workshop will be led by our organist, Heidi, that will give some new light on the hymns we sing. This is the first of a 4-part series throughout the year, talking about historic and modern tuning systems and a 17th-century concept of attaching emotions to music, and how they affect how some hymns were written and how we sing and play them. This will expand into why a hymn “feels” different when the key changes. Heidi will be at the organ, as our instrument can actually play in different tunings, and some of this will be wild! Musical knowledge is not necessary but will help; hymnals won’t be used for this session. This will start at 11:45, so that those attending worship in person can stay and attend the workshop in person or zip on home to watch there. Those attending on Zoom will use the usual Adult Ed link. A handout will be available, via paper for those in person and online at https://bit.ly/HeidiOrganHandouts .