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Terry York - Nurturing the Soul of the Church Musician: Part 1 (2009 Alleluia Conference)
http://edge.baylor.edu/media/92816/92816-audio.mp3   Description: It is important to remember that church music is more about people than it is about music. Location: Truett Seminary, Baylor University - Waco, Texas. (More)
Joe Glass - Praise Team Basics (2009 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: Joe Glass discusses how to develop a praise band for worship, including an instrumentation overview and a guide for rehearsing and playing together. Locati (More)
Paul Hendrix - 57, 58 Whatever it Takes! Choosing the Right Microphone (2009 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: This class will be a microphone overview class. Location: Truett Seminary, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Swee Hong Lim - Emerging Voices of Asia (2009 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: This presentation introduces emerging Christian musical expressions from Asia. Some performance practice guidelines will be offered Location: Truett Semina (More)
Randall Bradley - Engaging Children in Worship (2009 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: Children should be a vital part of every church's worship; yet many churches struggle to meaningfully engage its children. This session will include materials (More)
Terry York - Nurturing the Soul of the Church Musician: Part 2 (2009 Alleluia Conference)
http://edge.baylor.edu/media/92817/92817-audio.mp3   Description: The words of our music must mean something (1) on their own, (2) to the church musician, and (3) to the congregation. Location: Truett Seminary, Baylor University - Waco, (More)
Hilary Apfelstadt - How Firm a Foundation: Warmups in the Choral Rehearsal (2009 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Building tone, developing vocal technique, improving pitch and rhythm skills: all these and more can be accomplished through effective warm-ups with emphasis on practi (More)
Hilary Apfelstadt – Leadership 101: Fundamentals of Leadership Style for Conductors (2009 Alleluia Conference)
Description: This session is based on principles about leadership styles among conductors, as well as findings from business and education, with particular attention to gender issues. (i.e. Do men and women lead differently? If so, how?) Other ques (More)
Hilary Apfelstadt – Leadership 102: Fundamentals of Effective Conducting (2009 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Conducting leadership is multifaceted. One of the most visible aspects is that of gestural command. Using several musical examples, participants will engage in a review of effective gestures that exemplify good leadership through clari (More)
Linda Harley - The Beauty of the Child's Singing Voice (2009 Alleluia Conference)
  Description: Linda Harley teaches ways to guide children as they learn to develop pure, clear, easy, ringing tones through healthy vocal production. Location: McCrary M (More)
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