One thing that I love is learning to play instruments. I love playing worship music. And I love seeing other people get excited about learning to play music also.
I came across this great video training course that could help you if you are at all interested in learning to play guitar, specifically worship music on the guitar. It’s called “Play Worship Guitar” (imagine that), and it looks like a pretty cool method for learning to play.
Play Worship Guitar gives you absolute everything you will ever need to start learning guitar and to play popular worship songs by your favorite Christian artists…exactly how I play them at my own church where I lead worship!
Someone suggested this song to me a few days ago so I listened to it. For some reason it resonated substantially with me even though I don’t understand a word of it. I’m not sure what the significance of this song is for me at the moment, but perhaps I will need it sometime in the future. Who knows. Right now I just like it.
“Liberta-me!” is translated in English as “Set me free!”. I did a fast Google translate on the lyrics, below are the results for that.
I periodically record myself to make checkpoints in my musical development and also so that I can hear where I’m at musically compared to where I’m headed. Usually my recordings are audio only, but this time I thought I would make one specifically for YouTube (just for you mom). So I set up the camera last night and hit ‘record’. This is what came out.
The next time I do this I’ll film during the day and sing into a mic as well. Piano by itself (like this clip) is fine, but lacks the focus that a vocal melody line can bring.
It was night, so the video is dark. The piano is out of tune. I make more than a few playing mistakes. And you can hear my kids in the background from time to time. But that’s all OK with me. I’m not selling it, it’s just for fun. I’ll likely to a better job next time.
I don’t expect anybody to sit and watch the whole thing. But I hope you enjoy a little bit of it anyway. Let me know what you think.