Everything from chant to praise band

April 2013
Presbyterians Today;Apr2013, Vol. 103 Issue 3, p28
The article discusses music as one way of praising God and refers to the Presbyterian Association of Musicians (PAM) that have worked to strengthen the bond between worship and music. The high notes for PAM involve the conferences held every summer that attract church music directors and musicians from across the U.S. the primary ones of which are the Montreat Conference and the Mo-Ranch Conference in Texas. It cities music as a way of expressing things that words cannot express well.


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