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John L. Bell
The Singing Thing Too - Enabling Congregations to Sing - Vol 2

Lion-Taming for Lambs or Sheep-Rearing for Tigers
Sunday Morning Showers and Weight-Loss Through Music
Nailbitingly Important Issues for Loose-Fitting Denture Wearers
Advanced Trapeze Technique for Beginners
Typing for Beginners
Morphing the Muse
God's Worldwide Church

In the first volume of The Singing Thing John Bell explored the reasons why people sing. In the long-awaited second volume his concerns are learning and teaching. How do people pick up new music? How do you encourage a congregation to learn a new song? How can you breathe new life into quality hymnody that has gone stale? With both tact and irreverence, John Bell shares insights culled from over 20 years in which he and his colleagues in the Wild Goose Resource and Worship Group have taught new songs in venues as diverse as homes for the elderly with half a dozen hearing-impaired people to the Greenbelt Festival with over 10,000 gathered for worship. The Singing Thing Too is a great resource for pastoral musicians interested in improving the participation of their congregations.

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