Course number: PS4561 Credit hours: 3 hrs
This course provides practical ministry experience that will enhance the student both musically and spiritually. Technical skill will be developed in several areas including intonation, harmony, phrasing, rhythm, and sight singing. The study of different styles of music stimulates creative interpretation and broadens musical perspective. Students will learn to effectively function as part of a unified worshipping team in order to cultivate a fruitful ministry brought about by effort, devotion and sacrifice based on Colossians 3:12–17.
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