Ten essays about what churches are doing that is not qbusiness as usualq in their music ministry. Includes theological and liturgical rationale, basic qhow-toq information, and personal testimony to the communal advantages of each ministry, as well as descriptions of alternative/additional worship services that are flourishing across the country. Includes material about contemporary ensembles, jazz, handbells, guitars, synthesizers, electronic music and the emerging church, organs and choirs, youth, amateur, professional instrumentalists, cantors, TaizAc services, Compline, and the Hip Hop eMass.best of current contemporary Christian music. Our congregation is quite liturgical and I found the music of David Haas to be particularly helpful in the beginning stages of our contemporary worship service. His music is accessible, liturgicallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||What Would Jesus Sing?|
|Author||:||Marilyn L. Haskel|
|Publisher||:||Church Publishing, Inc. - 2007-09-01|