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Liturgical Music – A Good Way to Show Praise for God

Music is considered to be a good way of worshiping in church today. It is also comprises a great part in many lives. It is known to touch people’s lives and can bring people together. These are just some of the reasons why liturgical music is important in every church.

There are some music artists and musicians that are not talented in music but are also blessed. This means that they can really feel the music they play inside and can even play it by ear. Beethoven is a good example of this. He lost his hearing and could not hear the music he wrote but he wrote them all. 

Liturgical music exists because it is a form of giving praise to God. When a choir sings at the front of the church, it is for praise and leads the church into worship and praise for God.  Church music is also good for happiness. It keeps you happy and singing releases stress and burdens. 

Rome university launches course on liturgical music – Catholic News

http://www.catholicnewsagency.comMon, 20 May 2013 15:34:00 GMT

Rome, Italy, May 20, 2013 / 09:34 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A pontifical university in Rome has launched a master’s program in Gregorian chant and the use of the organ at Mass so as to build unity among Catholics world-wide. “The most 

“Singing with the Angels” theme of Pacific NW liturgical music seminar

http://oca.orgTue, 13 Aug 2013 12:48:07 GMT

Singing with the Angels” is the theme of the Pacific Northwest Orthodox Liturgical Singing…


Liturgical Music for Band

THS Winter Concert 12/4/2008 Wind Orchestra Titusville, Florida Terrier Sound.

Restored Organs: Preserving and Unveiling Their Timeless Beauty

Some people say that restoring a vintage organ is not a smart move. How could they say this if most restored organs are now being unveiled and given a lot of special attention? 

As a matter of fact, there are people various organizations that are doing their very best to restore old, outdated organs and bring back the musical instrument’s original sound and beauty.

One good example is the Society for the Preservation of Music Hall that is planning to unveil the first in a planned series of restored panels that can be found in an art-carved organ screen.

Also, Glendale resident Kathy Janson has already worked with a trusted conservator to have a rare panel restored to its optimum state .

Another example is the restoration and unveiling of the organ of the historic church of St. Thomas. A huge number of people gathered for this dedication to witness such meaningful event. 

First restored organ panel to be unveiled at Music Hall | Arts in Focus

http://cincinnati.comTue, 13 Aug 2013 22:53:09 GMT

The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall will unveil next month the first in a planned series of restored panels from the historic art-carved organ screen that once graced Music Hall. Glendale resident Kathy Janson, SPMH 

First restored organ panel to be unveiled at Music Hall : Music Society

http://musicsociety.netTue, 13 Aug 2013 23:06:52 GMT

Glendale resident Kathy Janson, a champion of the endangered art-carved wooden panels that graced Music Hall’s old organ, has worked with a conservator to restore a rare panel that surfaced after the Enquirer broke the 

Organ sounds for furry friends | Te Waha Nui

http://www.tewahanui.infoThu, 06 Oct 2011 21:00:48 GMT

“It was a good muster of people and a wonderful musical occasion,” he says. St Matthew’s organist and musical director Michael Bell brims with excitement over the unveiling of the instrument. “It feels like the Christmas of all 

Thu Aug 15 20:49:29 +0000 2013

The Society for the Preservation of Music Hall will unveil next month the first in a planned series of restored…

The KARN3 Reed Organ Unveiling!

After almost 20 weeks of in depth restoration, my third Karn organ is actually playable once again! There are a few glitches yet, like the annoying snapping …