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* Blackwood Brothers Quartet Celebrate 80th Anniversary -- "As the group celebrates its 80-year anniversary in 2014, the Blackwood Brothers Quartet is releasing its Forever-80th Anniversary Recording project on Tuesday, November 18, 2014."
* Christmas Playlist Take 2 -- "All of these aren't your traditional Christmas songs, but ones that I enjoy from various artists."
* Congregational Singing: Lightning Rod or Spiritual Discipline? -- "Worship music becomes a lightning rod for congregational discontent."
* Douglas and Caine Find 'Present Joys' In The Sacred Harp Songbook -- "The virtuoso jazz musicians perform from their new album of duets. It features hymns based on a tradition called shape-note singing, which dates to the early 1800s."
* Psalters Workshop -- "The centerpiece of The Workshop is our metrical Psalters."
* Sacred Harp’s “Yodeling Schoolgirl”: The Story of “Little Lorraine” -- "Without a doubt, the most recognizable face to Sacred Harp singers today is that of a little girl leading a song, one arm raised and holding in the other a large rectangular songbook. "
* Singing the Sacred Harp -- "These were not professional singers, just bold ones. And my goodness, were they loud...The sound is always better than the sum of its parts."
* Songs and Hymns at Center for Church Music -- "The hymns are not just words or notes. As you sing them, they become a means of expression that can literally change your life."
* The Controversial Organ -- "When you study history, you realize that forms and expressions of worship have always been changing."
* This Monty Python Song Is Played at More British Funerals Than Any Religious Tune -- "The Telegraph noted that the growing age of Baby Boomers -- who came of age adoring Monty Python -- is a main reason for the song’s popularity in funerals."