• Musician Xplosion Video Trailer

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    Enjoy this Musician Xplosion Video Trailer.

    The 10 Church Dimensions (Styles) Include:

    • http://musicianxplosion.s3.amazonaws.com/images/image003.pngPraise – This covers traditional hand-clapping, foot-stomping praise and devotional songs performed in many charismatic churches. Examples of these praise songs include songs like “What A Mighty God We Serve,” “This Little Light Of Mine,” “God Is A Good God,” and others. For contemporary praise, see CCM section.

    • Worship – This encompasses slow songs and chord progressions usually performed during the opening Praise and Worship parts of the service.

    • Shouting – In charismatic churches, this is the high praise moment of the service and often musically associated with uptempo bass runs, looping patterns, rhythmic riffs and fill-ins, and more.

    • http://musicianxplosion.s3.amazonaws.com/images/image007.pngTransitional / Talk – This is filler music often used underneath a speaker (church/pastor announcements) to preserve the flow of the service.

    • Traditional / Hymns – This encompasses hymns and sacred songs often performed by the entire congregational during various parts of the service.

    • Preacher Backup – During charismatic sermons, this is the climactic ending that usually involves more excitement in speech and tone, accompanied by organ and/or piano.

    • Offering & Fellowship – These are exciting parts of the service that get the congregation in a joyful mood.

    • Occasional Music – These are less reoccurring events like communion, baptismal, anniversaries, and annual events that require special song selections.

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    • http://musicianxplosion.s3.amazonaws.com/images/image010.pngContemporary Christian Music (CCM) – Common in modern churches, this style of music features more major-sounding chords and progressions and less traditional movements covered in other dimensions. Songs include “Lord I Lift Your Name On High,” “Here I Am To Worship,” and others.

    • Wildcard – While this isn’t an official dimension, during wildcard segments, musicians could cover anything they wanted. This includes special grooves, miscellaneous parts of the service, or one of the previous

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