Archive for October, 2009
The purpose of music in corporate worship is to facilitate corporate singing.
Filed under: Congregational Participation, Corporate Singing, Leading Worship, Performance, Worship Leaders | 14 Comments
U2 is successful because they do a good job of using the audience as an instrument.
Filed under: Corporate Singing, DC, Performance, Popular Music | 1 Comment
Tags: Bono, DC, Fedex Field, U2
Last week we discussed singable melodies. I am suggesting that the most important feature that makes a song suitable for corporate worship is the strength of its melody. Songs that get sung across the world are the ones with strong, compelling melodies that are able to stand alone, because those work well on the only […]
Filed under: Hymns, Melody, Songwriting | 2 Comments
Tags: Bob Dylan, singable melodies, the Eagles