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Greg Moore's Discussions

Do We Sing What We Mean?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg Moore Jun 27, 2016. 5 Replies

I think it's Robert Shaw who wrote his choir arrangements with a self-pronouncing "translation" under the words - syllables showing how the words are actually pronounced.  Thus "God Almighty" would…Continue

Worship Video, Worship Song

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg Moore Jun 21, 2016. 2 Replies

Recently our pastor watched a video of a new song that presented a powerful message - the pictures worked convincingly with the words on the screen, which a soloist sang, along with a praise team and…Continue

Tags: text, poetry, meaning

The Perspective of a Geezer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg Moore Feb 3, 2016. 14 Replies

I've now been a worship leader for 56 years, and I think that makes me a geezer.  It almost makes me Yoda!  When I began, How Great Thou Art was not found in hymnbooks, and wouldn't be for another…Continue

Tags: Perspective, Experienced, Old

The Perspective of a Geezer

Started Jan 25, 2016 0 Replies

I've now been a worship leader for 56 years, and I think that makes me a geezer.  It almost makes me Yoda!  When I began, How Great Thou Art was not found in hymnbooks, and wouldn't be for another…Continue

Tags: Perspective, Experienced, Old

 

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Greg Moore replied to Greg Newhouse's discussion 'Irrelevant Skills'
"You share a good deal with many, many classically-raised musicians (I don't use the word "trained" because it reminds me of a seal) - not only instrumentalists but vocalists who find that getting a good choir sound involves working…"
Jan 3
Greg Moore replied to Greg Newhouse's discussion 'Irrelevant Skills'
"The only time a youtube video ever helped me was in replacing a headlight bulb.  I could see that the place I thought was the right place, was the right place.  Still, my car had some sort of pillar in the way, preventing me from reaching…"
Jan 2
Greg Moore replied to Greg Newhouse's discussion 'Irrelevant Skills'
"Just might be the fever.  I think you are wrestling with this thing of people trying to reproduce the sounds of a popular recording of a worship song, and what value this meticulous "reconstruction" might have - and whether the whole…"
Dec 29, 2018
Greg Moore replied to Greg Moore's discussion 'Vibrato'
"My wife, who has had a pleasing soloist's natural vibrato since the age of six, tells me that all people have some measure of vibrato.  Your description of your voice is about normal - and since you know where its limits are, you're…"
Jul 18, 2018
Greg Newhouse replied to Greg Moore's discussion 'Vibrato'
"Revisiting the archives today. Last post in this thread appears to be from 2010. "All well produced voices" Ay, there's the rub. Having sung with the congregation since childhood, and having listened to hundreds and thousands of…"
Jul 18, 2018
Greg Moore replied to Greg Newhouse's discussion 'Irrelevant Skills'
"Wow - I had always thought the "sweetest frame" referred to the pretty-boy evangelist with his honeyed words and daunting appearance, or easy-cheesy doctrine which overlooks the difficulties in truly following Christ.  Thanks for the…"
Sep 17, 2017

Profile Information

Home Church:
Rainier Assembly of God
Musical Gift(s):
Organ (Bach), Piano, Arrange, Compose, Music Dramas
About Me:
I love Jesus and want to live in His Spirit joyfully, creatively and helpfully to my fellow man. Most of my life involves arts of various kinds, and more recently writing my thoughts. I am a cultural goat; I am very wide-ranging in tastes and desire to see what impels other people towards various styles of walking through life.
Favorite Music:
Bach, Beethoven, Stravinsky, Bill Gaither, Jason Upton, Tomlin, Redman, and anyone who writes honest music to, for or about God.
Favorite Bible Verses / Passages:
The whole book of John. Chapter 9, so wonderful, and the seaside bit with Peter. Road to Emmaus (Lk 24). Psalm 150, 29, 139, 100. Habakkuk. Romans 7&8. Galatians 5:22, fruit of the Spirit., Philippians 4:8

Greg Moore's Blog

Rogue Waves (thoughts on the effectiveness of one's life in Christ)

Posted on September 26, 2010 at 10:45pm 4 Comments

Rogue Waves

As a lover of lonely places to walk,…

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Church of a Thousand

Posted on May 15, 2010 at 12:19am 0 Comments

We park our blue Reliant K under the guidance of a blue-uniformed attendant who makes sure we are square in the middle of our smallish space. Pausing to let the engine diesel to a halt, he hands me a stub informing us we are in Orange Area 3-C. It’s Sunday morning, and we’re “ just visiting” a church of a thousand, Extended…

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At 9:26am on May 5, 2015, Worship The Rock said…

Hey Greg - just wanted to say thanks for all you contribute on this site - it's much appreciated!

At 10:57pm on March 6, 2015, Des Sharp said…

Greg, I started a forum to collect Psalms in song from the members. Please add your songs to the forum. "The Psalms"

At 11:35pm on February 18, 2015, Des Sharp said…

Greg, I really value your discussions. Always having something to share is great & a voice to be heard on this network.

Keep blogging & know that you are effective & encouraging.

At 6:43am on June 21, 2011, Daniel Read said…

Hi Greg

Nice picture.  Good to be able to put a face to the wisdom.

Daniel

 
 
 

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