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Modern Worship Series Music Styles Dvd
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Modern Worship Series Music Styles Dvd

Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Arranger Baloche, Paul

Price: $29.95

Catalog #08748286

UPC code: 884088218904

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Sunday mornings can easily become routine and lack inspiration unless you continually incorporate fresh ideas. Becoming familiar with a variety of music styles should be an essential skill for each musician on the worship team. This DVD is designed to instruct and encourage your worship team to master various music styles, enhancing the worship experience for the entire congregation. Filmed during a live session, Paul Baloche and his band demonstrate six distinct music styles and break them down by instrument: acoustic, electric, and bass guitars, drums, and keyboards. Musicians of all skill levels will benefit from the techniques that are taught in this up-close and practical session. Dynamics, arranging, worship leading, and playing together as a band are just some of the topics covered on this recording. 64 minutes.

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