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Robert Sterling - The Art of Melody (2019 Alleluia Conference)
 Description: Robert Sterling is a songwriter, arranger, and record producer. His songs have been recorded by a variety of Christian artists, notably including Point of Grace, Gold City and Sandi Patty. In this session from the 2019 Alleluia Con (More)
Nan Grantham - Mentors and "New-bies" Welcome! (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Every class has a mixture of the two! In this session we will bounce ideas back and forth to help the “new-bies” move forward with confidence, plus ideas of “things that worked for me” from the mentors in the group. If you have worke (More)
Nan Grantham - I Am Teaching What!?! (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: The elements of music we teach do not change—rhythm, melody, harmony, form, tone, and expression. Even if you say you are not a teacher or musician—or if you say “these are just preschoolers”—do I have a barrel for you! We will pull (More)
Nan Grantham - Getting the Wiggles Out (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Let’s plan on movement and fun to get us warmed up for the day and gather a collection of ideas that work with preschoolers—hopefully pulling together the energies of some who might wiggle too much, while introducing ideas that will (More)
Nan Grantham - Do It Again (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: What an assortment for you in this class—things that worked so well and brought so much joy (could be through fun, or even worship experiences), they have survived the test of time and must be used again! Sources may be previous Grow (More)
Teresa Granger - What's in the Bag? A Bag of Tricks for Children's Choir Workers (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Discover the gadgets and props in the bag that combine hands on activities for actively involving the children in choral singing while developing choral skills. Attendees will receive practical strategies, props, and choral tips that (More)
James Cheesman - Resources for Band-Led Worship (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: There are a plethora of resources for band-led worship in our day and time. We’ll dive in and explore as many as possible, including methodologies for learning instruments, different ways of writing/reading charts for bands, online r (More)
James Cheesman - Incorporating Modern Music in Any Style of Service (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: You don’t have to have a 12-piece band with dueling electric guitars, lights, and smoke in order to incorporate modern worship music in your service! We will discuss how to introduce modern music in various ways. Whether you desire t (More)
Monique Ingalls - 'Tis Pleasant to Repeat! The Art and Science of Repetition in Musical Worship
Description: The topic of repetition abounds in our conversations about music in worship. Whether we’re discussing words, melodies, songs, or song genres, everyone seems to have an opinion on how much repetition is too much, too little, or just r (More)
David Music - 300 Years of Isaac Watt's Psalms of David Imitated (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Description: The Psalms of David Imitated was a groundbreaking work of congregational song and the source of such hymns as "Joy to the World" and "Jesus Shall Reign." This session will include discussion of Watts's technique of paraphrasing the p (More)
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