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Ways To Develop Congregational Singing (via Jeremy Armstrong)

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This article was titled 10 Things I Did Not Do that Improved My Congregation’s Singing and it takes the negative to achieve a positive outcome path.
These points are all helpful, with some more relevant in our situation than others.
The point is that there are pressures on church music and its presentation to conform to a model, and often the outcome of that model is decreased congregational singing.

If they look interesting go and check out the article where they are expanded upon.

1. I did not turn the lights down.
2. I did not turn the sound up.
3. I did not try to sound like the YouTube video.
4. I did not try lengthy or frequent instrumental solos.
5. I did not try the newest worships songs.
6. I did not try to get rid of their old favorite songs.
7. I did not try to greatly expand the song library.
8. I did not try rhythmically challenging melodies.
9. I did not try too many songs in a worship service.
10. I did not have my band play on every verse and chorus.

Read the whole post here.

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