Academic Research and Resource Library

Welcome to the Center for Christian Music Studies Academic Research & Resource Library. Browse our available content by selecting a category or searching for a specific title, presenter, or event.To quickly access recordings from past Alleluia Conferences, use the “Browse Select Events” option on this page.

Mosaic – Spring 2018

A campus-wide worship gathering entirely planned and led by students from within the Baylor School of Music.

Dan Schutte – Spring 2018 – Hearn Innovators Series

Dan Schutte is one of the best-known and most influential composers of Catholic music for liturgy in the English-speaking world. In addition to his Jesuit formation, Dan…

Marcell Steuernagel: Luther’s Musical Thought Through Time and Space – Colloquium on Church Music in the Reformation

Paper Presentation Session III with Ph.D. Candidate Marcell Steuernagel at the 2017 Colloquium on Church Music in the Reformation. Hosted by the Center for Christian Music

Paul Westermeyer: Closing Presentation – Colloquium on Church Music in the Reformation

Closing presentation by keynote speaker, Paul Westermeyer at the 2017 Colloquium on Church Music in the Reformation. Hosted by the Center for Christian…

Benjamin Kolodzieg: Translation and Transformation – Colloquium on Reformation

Paper Presentations, Session III: Join Benjamin Kolodzief exploring “Translation and Transformation: Rationalism and Hymnody in Nineteenth-Century American Lutheranism.” …

Paul Westermeyer: Opening Presentation – Colloquium on Church Music in the Reformation

Opening presentation by keynote speaker, Paul Westermeyer at the 2017 Colloquium on Church Music in the Reformation. Hosted by the Center for Christian Music Studies at Baylor University.

Emily Snider Andrews: Zingli: Consumate Ritual Theorist or a Little Bit of Luck / Scott Aniol: Worship Music as a Divider and Unifier

Paper Presentations, Session II. Presentations led by Emily Snider Andrews and Scott Aniol.

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One of the characteristics of a vibrant music ministry is a well-nurtured children’s choir program. We at Alleluia value the distinctive contribution a children’s choir brings to a worship service and the overall music ministry. These sessions are geared to equip a children’s choir team with relevant and useful tools for effective ministry.

In many congregations, youth choirs are at the heart of worship, music, and youth ministries. We believe that involving young people in music is a fine way to steward their gifts and develop musical, spiritual, and relational foundations for life.

The Hearn Innovators in Christian Music Series is designed to bring innovators in the field of Christian Music to Baylor’s campus and facilitate close interaction between the guest and Baylor’s students. These special visitors may be involved in the practice, creation, or study of Christian Music.

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