Liturgy Poll says by Jeffrey Miller January 28, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller January 28, 2007 I guess I don’t like traditional music after all. 1 comment 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Beacons of light in the heart of the Church next post Divine Movers You may also like The Elder Brother March 6, 2016 An old-school confessional revives the Sacrament of Confession May 7, 2013 He is risen! March 27, 2005 Apostle's Creed at Mass February 2, 2007 Catholic Rapture October 13, 2014 December 28, 2002 Saint Golden Mouth July 14, 2004 Liturgical common sense and Young Fogeys April 8, 2006 Expresses love and fidelity for the faith of... December 6, 2012 What's a Hymn For? November 2, 2007 1 comment joanne January 28, 2007 - 8:34 pm Even the “ancient” here may not be traditional if you consider the timbrel and the lyre… But I have to give you guys credit for protecting the tradition. I read a recent article about Baptist churches that are having difficulty finding “traditional” Gospel musicians due to the dumbing down of music with rap and hip-hop! (The kids who used to learn piano sitting on the bench next to a parent aren’t getting that experience any longer, they fear.) Apparently there are far fewer instrumentalists due to the ease of making “music” without the piano. Plus, many of there musicians aren’t willing to make less money by committing their talents to the church. I never thought of that. I mean, if i knew we’d lose the traditional by embracing the contemporary, I’d be more selective, too. I’m spoiled enough to have exposure to “ancient”, traditional and contemporary… Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.