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It Is Well (Classic Church Vocal Mix) - Various - Afterhours/UC Music Sampler #2 January 2000 (CDr)

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  1. At Home, Let There Be Love View SAB score page 1, page 2 Click here to listen (SAB) Effective song incorporating the beautiful hymn "Blest Be the Tie that Binds" (by John Fawcett and Hans G. Nageli), using SATB voices and children's choir (or solo voice or small ensemble).May we be slow to anger and fast to forgive; may joy and patience abound where we live; at home, sweet home, let there be.
  2. Music has always been a struggle within the church. It seems odd to hear Christians today insist that a certain style of music is best or act as if the recent "Worship Wars" were an anomaly in.
  3. It has been boldly proclaimed by ministers of the church of Christ denomination that the worship of the early church was “vocal only” and that there is not one reference to instrumental music in the worship of the early church. If you were to do an internet search (Yahoo, Google, etc.) for “instrumental music in church history,” you would find hundreds of websites from the church of.
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  5. Oxford Choral Classics: English Church Music assembles in two volumes around of the finest examples of English sacred choral music. The second volume presents a wealth of service material suitable for use throughout the year. The evening canticles are given due space, with seventeen settings, including those by Byrd, Gibbons, Purcell, Walmisley, Stanford, Noble, Howells, Walton, and Tippett.
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  7. Presence frequencies can make an instrument stand out in the mix without increasing its overall volume. So add maybe +3 dB at 4 kHz to give a vocal or guitar more "punch." Vocal Intel frequencies are where we understand the words. So apply +3 dB of boost around 1, to .

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