Monthly Archives: July 2011

where is UU music going?

I was privileged to be one of the musicians in the GA band at this year’s Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly. It was a really great experience for me, even though I didn’t really get to attend the GA. When … Continue reading

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protest songs

Someone was complaining recently about the lack of “modern protest songs”. Certainly, Bob Dylan has more media awareness than all the rest combined, but he didn’t invent the socially-conscious “folk” song, nor was he the pinnacle of the genre. Honestly, … Continue reading

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diversity and style

Here are some thought-provoking reflections on what Unitarian Universalist music is, could be, should be, from two musicians at the forefront of expanding our musical worship vocabulary. Music and Cultural Change in UUism I disagree with a couple of points … Continue reading

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