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Can you suggest a beginner art song for my college music audition?

Question by Laurie L: Can you suggest a beginner art song for my college music audition?
I’m an alto and I’m wanting to major in church music

Best answer:

Answer by Lilian Kobia
Not sure but you could try Fergie’s Big Girls Don’t Cry (or any other Fergie song), Goo goo dolls- Iris, or Pink- Who Knew 🙂

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Outreach Week 2011 Retrospect – The Master’s College

Outreach Week is a five day ministry exposure program designed to familiarize our students with local churches. For more info click here: www.masters.edu We cancel classes and break up into small teams to work with churches in: children’s and youth outreach, college outreach, manual labor projects, evangelism outreach, sports outreach, music ministry, women’s ministry, ministry to the deaf and blind, ministry to the elderly, and ethnic outreach.

Master’s Baptist College Class Clip (Bro. Dan Schatz on Outreach and Church Growth)

A clip from Bro. Dan Schatz’ course on Outreach and Church Growth at Master’s Baptist College, Fargo, ND. Visit us at www.mastersbaptistcollege.com
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A Transforming Vision: Multiethnic fellowship in college and in the Church

A Transforming Vision: Multiethnic fellowship in college and in the Church

A Transforming Vision demonstrates why Christian communities should be multiethnic and provides a practical vision of how that can take place. The contributing authors worked together in an intentional multiethnic fellowship at Amherst College, and each of them was transformed by that experience. Here they combine personal experience with biblical insight and research on multiracial churches to offer an indispensible guide to multiethnic ministry for church and campus leaders. The lessons they learned will be deeply relevant to leaders in a variety of church, parachurch and campus settings.

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Should I list church/spiritual activities as community service in my college application?

Question by sugar1973: Should I list church/spiritual activities as community service in my college application?
I’m very much involved with a yoga meditation center where I live–I do public speaking, organize programs, etc. Is that worth listing for graduate colleges to see?

Best answer:

Answer by H
YES! Colleges are looking for students that are well engulfed in the community. Think of it as the military, the college is looking to recruit YOU to represent them as a (insert mascot name here). List all community service you do, details, and how many hours a week or month.

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King’s College Cambridge 2008 #10 What Sweeter Music John Rutter

Dr. Stephen Cleobury was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to Music in the Queen’s birthday honours June 17 2009. Stephen Cleobury, has been the Organist and Director of Music at King’s College, Cambridge since 1982, and, since 1983, conductor of the orchestra and chorus of the Cambridge University Musical Society. spiritdei.blogspot.com King’s College Cambridge 2008 What Sweeter Music John Rutter John Milford Rutter CBE (born September 24, 1945(1945-09-24)) is an English composer, choral conductor, editor, arranger and record producer. Born in London, he was educated at Highgate School, where a fellow pupil was John Tavener. He then read music at Clare College, Cambridge, where he was a member of the choir and then director of music from 1975 to 1979. In 1974, Rutter visited the United States at the invitation of choral musician Melvin (Mel) Olson and conducted the premiere of his cantata “Gloria” in Omaha, Nebraska, in the Witherspoon Hall of Joslyn Art Museum. The composition, commissioned by Olson’s Voices of Mel Olson chorale, has become a much-performed favorite over the years. (In the same concert, the Young People’s Choir of the Midlands performed Rutter’s “Eight Childhood Lyrics” in its US premiere performance.) In 1981 he founded his own choir, the Cambridge Singers, which he conducts and with which he has made many recordings of sacred choral repertoire (including his own works), particularly under his own label Collegium