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A Handful of Hard Notes

A Handful of Hard Notes

Five Historic Questions About Church Music “How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?” 1 The captive Hebrews’ question has echoed down through 2,000 years of Christian...

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Music in an Elementary Classroom

Music in an Elementary Classroom

Learning can’t be all fun and games. Or can it? Well, probably not, but when it can be, why not make it that? My students don’t think of music as another class, but an organized...

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Should We Sing a New Song?

Should We Sing a New Song?

Did you know that many of the four-part hymns sung in many conservative Anabaptist meetings today were written between 1725 and 1925? We typically really like them. “Blessed...

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Choral Facial Expressions

Choral Facial Expressions

I enjoy watching and listening to music groups sing. But, without fail, whenever I watch a music group sing, many of them adopt a facial expression not unlike if they had stomach...

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My Teacher Could Sight-Sing

My Teacher Could Sight-Sing

For my final interview of this type, Adolf Unger talks about how he became interested in music and the influence that music can have. This interview is part of a series of...

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