Beyond “Contemporary” and “Traditional”: Clues to Finding a Third Way
The gulf between “contemporary” and “traditional” worship is sometimes bridged through the pursuit of what some might call the “awkwardly blended” service.
This session explores some musical and liturgical clues pointing toward a more indigenous and integrative “third way”—a way that takes seriously music's liturgical function within a worship service, and the complexity of how music both expresses and resists culture.
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