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Ep. 5: Bringing a Researcher's Mindset to Music Ministry, with Carrie Allen Tipton, and the 4 Sundays of Advent

Ep. 5: Bringing a Researcher's Mindset to Music Ministry, with Carrie Allen Tipton, and the 4 Sundays of Advent

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Try This At Church: If your church serves alcohol at functions (like a Christmas choir party!), make sure there's something non-alcoholic that's equally festive to drink.

In the Field: The Four Weeks of Advent—have recurring themes! Crawford and I discuss what hymns fit which each Sunday's themes, including one that delighted my son in utero.

InterviewDr. Carrie Allen Tipton is a musicologist who hosts the podcast Notes on Bach, sponsored by the Bach Society HoustonNotes on Bach is a monthly series of interviews with scholars and musicians who work with Baroque music and issues around music like theology. Today, we discuss the benefits of bringing a researcher's mindset to the ministry of church music. 

Resources We Mention:

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a tumba

(a bass conga) 

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Inner Singing—When You Listen to a Hymn Arrangement and Sing Along in Your Heart

Inner Singing—When You Listen to a Hymn Arrangement and Sing Along in Your Heart

Singing through the Year: Comfort, Comfort Now My People

Singing through the Year: Comfort, Comfort Now My People