Post-Liberal Theology compares a religion to a language. How might that comparison, which could include the concept of a “vocabulary” of liturgical music, inform how we think about repeating repertoire?
A video and quote from our friends at the Monastère Saint Benoît.
The way we do music says a lot about how we see ourselves and our relationship to those around us. What does that say about music in the liturgy?
We can be so caught up in the cycle of planning, delivering and marking lessons, that we never have time to step back and consider the bigger picture in a way that would improve how we do our jobs.
Having grown up singing in the London Oratory School Schola Cantorum, Wilfrid Jones went on to a choral scholarship at New College, Oxford, where he read music before completing masters degrees in theology at the University of Birmingham and in education at the University of Cambridge, where he sang at Sidney Sussex College. He now […]