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Sound Worship: a Guide to Making Musical Choices in a Noisy World

Sound Worship: a Guide to Making Musical Choices in a Noisy World

Scott Aniol

Scott Aniol’s first book, Worship In Song, is a biblical approach to tackling issues related to music and worship, but it’s quite technical and sometimes difficult for laymen with no musical training to follow.

Sound Worship takes the main concepts of Worship in Song and delivers them in a brief, easy-to-read, engaging way. If you want answers to important worship and music questions without all of the research, footnotes, or technical jargon, Sound Worship is for you.

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Now available: The Teacher’s Edition for Sound Worship: A Guide To Making Musical Choices in a Noisy World by Scott Aniol includes the full text of the book, 14,000 additional words of instruction, illustration, explanation, discussion questions, student handouts, and more.