W 176 Sing it Again: The Place of Short Songs in Worship (2003)


The repeated use of short songs has become popular in charismatic worship - but it is also an important part of worship in other traditions. Here, repetition has been found to offer a surprising freedom, creativity and depth in worship.

This study examines how and why these discoveries were made, explores the value of repeated short songs, and looks at practical ways in which the use of these songs can add new dimensions to worship in the local church. It includes a full list of further resources.

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Author: Anne Harrison

Anne has a broad experience of music for worship. She has worked for the Royal School of Church Music and for Cranmer Hall in Durham. She edits the musical material for 'Praxis News of Worship' and is an active member of the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland.

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