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Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by zara, Nov 3, 2012.

  1. zara

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  2. Alive in Christ

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    Zara...

    I have had long day. and I am beat.

    I will respond tomorrow. :thumbs:
     
  3. ktn4eg

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    I guess that if I had to mention just one work, it would have to be G. F. Handel's oratorio Messiah, especially the last two numbers ("Worthy is the Lamb" and "Amen").

    I've got a CD with Sir Colin Davis conducting the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus that, whenever I get those BLAH feelings, I'll put it on.

    When those final two choruses come on, to me, it's as though I'm being transported from "the valley of the shadow of death" right on up to the very gates of heaven itself!!

    Here's a little factiod about Handel when he composed it back in 1741:

    At the time he composed it in 1741, he was deathly sick, broke & facing the real possibility of being tossed into prison for not paying his debts. Yet it took Handel less than 30 days to compose Messiah --- a work that many consider to be the very crowning achievement of all English sacred choral works.
     
  4. Berean

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    Listen to all, enjoy most all. My favorite is Classic Choir.
     
  5. zara

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  6. zara

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    Be sure to give us a link to listen to.

    How do you like "When we All Get To Heaven??

    Please Click this link here: ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3030fzXsLg

    zara
     
  7. zara

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    Please give us a link to click to listen to your choices.

    zara ....:thumbsup:
     
  8. zara

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    Wonderful, Please give us a link to click to listen on your choices.

    How is this? Please Click: ... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nlfxe8ujn7M

    zara
    ...:thumbsup:
     
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    no why should I?
     
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    NO, NO, NO. I would avoid him like the plague!!!

    zara
    .....:eek:
     
  13. Alive in Christ

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    Zara...

    I will share what I play before what I listen to.

    My primary instrument these days is the banjo. I play mostly "clawhammer style, as opposes to bluegrass style. Clawhammer style for me at least, enables the banjo to take on a spiritual vibe, while still being "old timey".

    I also play an "old timey instrument" called the Dobro.

    In addition, I play acoustic and electric guitar, usually in a contempory style.

    As far as what I listen to regarding contemporary music, some of my favorites are......

    Phil Keaggy, Vineyard music style praise and worship music, Edens Bridge, Traditional and contemporay Celtic music, Third Day,Big Tent Revival, John Michael Talbot, Iona, Ryan Delmore, Crhis Lizotti, Chrystal Lewis, Jim Cole, Kent Hery, Paul Baloche, Phil Driscoll..traditional "lined out" hymnody.....

    I could go on and on, but I will stop there.:D

    OOPS.......

    Regarding clawhammer banjo, here is an example. This guy is not me, but I play in this style most of the time....


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGjMw6Lnq8I
     
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    Hmm

    I am getting the impression that Zara has abandend this thread, or she doesnt know it got moved to the music forum.
     
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    Unusual Music a ministry of BJU.
     
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    Oh I love Messiah!! We sang it with our school choir and orchestra and recorded a CD and it's just too beautiful!! :)
     
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    I do listen to any positive music, not only church music. I do listen to gospel music daily before I go to work. Since am married, I can sometimes listen to love music. I also listen to music that talk about social life and social values. I keep positivity whenever choosing for the songs that I should listen to.
     
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