General

O Come, O Come Emmanuel

David Lyon from the song writing collective ‘Satellite’, gives us a few thoughts to ponder this Christmas.

Landmarks in Scottish Church Music: Scotland in the Sixties And Seventies (part 6)

Douglas Galbraith gives us the last of his six part series landmarks in Scottish Church Music by taking us on a whistle stop tour of the Sixties and Seventies.

Make the Most of What You’ve Got (or how to do worship with 3 flutes and a ukulele)

Suzanne Butler looks at some unlikely praise band and instrumental combinations.

Two’s Company

This article was first published in the Different Voices magazine.

Jeremy Begbie Interview

At a recent lecture in Edinburgh Jeremy Begbie spoke about ‘Thinking in Sound’ and challenged our ‘visual’ ways of thinking about faith. Phill Mellstrom managed to speak to him briefly about his musical influences and how his own faith has been impacted by music.

Worship: What's in it for me?

This article was first published in the Different Voices magazine.

The former Administrator of St Mary’s RC Cathedral, Edinburgh, Mgr Michael Regan, asks what place personal satisfaction should have in choosing how we shall worship.

Some observations on the Principles and Practice of Hymn Accompaniment

This article has been reproduced, with permission, from The Hymn Society Bulletin, No 284 (Vol. 21, No. 3), for the Summer of 2015.

The Marks of True Worship

This article was previously published in Different Voices magazine.

Peter Donald takes us to the heart of the Church.

Landmarks in Scottish Church Music: From Psalms to Hymns

Douglas Galbraith continues his series ‘Landmarks in Scottish Church Music’ by taking us on the journey from Psalms to Hymns.

Musicians Make a Difference

This article was previously published in Different Voices magazine.

Douglas Galbraith on the sounds the world overhears.

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