NEW! The Musicademy Worship Keyboard Collection.

Are you looking to inject some creativity and fresh ideas into your piano and keyboard playing?

Discover the techniques, tips and ideas in contemporary worship keyboard playing by learning pro keyboard parts to 18 well known worship songs.

This new 4-DVD set contains a years’ worth of keyboard lessons teaching you the chord shapes, voicings, rhythms, fills, passing notes and textural sounds that pro players use to create keyboard parts in worship.

Most importantly you’ll learn how to form simple effective parts that fit in with the rest of the band.

In each lesson you will listen to the parts, see the chords on screen and break the parts down section by section so you never miss a note.

Every song has at least two keyboard parts so you’re never stuck for fresh ideas and at the end of every lesson there’s a full song play through that you can return to time and again for daily practice

If you like working with physical chord charts there’s even our optional super chord charts – downloadable for each of the 18 songs.

Worship Keyboard Collection

How Great Thou Art
Happy Day
Our God Saves
Open The Eyes of My Heart
The Power of the Cross
Great is Thy Faithfulness
Our God
Hosanna (Praise is Rising)
You Alone Can Rescue
Ancient of Days
Agnus Dei  (Hallelujah, The Lord God Almighty Reigns)
How Can I Keep From Singing
Your Grace Is Enough
Jesus Messiah
Revelation Song
The Stand
Everything (God in My Living)
You Never Let Go

There are nearly 9 hours of content over 4 DVDs designed to develop your chords and rhythm knowledge, your understanding of sounds your ear playing skills and most importantly how to create parts that work with a band. These 4 DVDs are formatted to play in any region, anywhere in the world.

To buy

Go to the Musicademy website to buy at a special time-limited launch price. We’ve also added in some very special offers only available when you buy the new Worship Keyboard Collection with some of our other popular DVDs.

Order now for shipping from the US now and the UK in the week of 1 April.