I forgot to add that on many theatre organs, the accompaniment manual and great manual are double touch. So in the extreme, right hand plays the melody, left hand the accompaniment AND a counter melody. There are separate stops for the second touch, so the counter melody can be louder than the accompaniment.
If you are serious, a small home organ is still best!
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I can tell that with a organ I think that there is more to it than the pianos or keyboards and organs.
As I think that there is more footwork and both hands going at the same time
And with the pianos I think there is less
Do not be frightened of a 13 note pedal board. You do not have to use it, but it is there for when you get more proficient.
So they're both the same instrument
I believe in it.
So the same technique that piano player uses can be applied to the organ?