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John Mortensen, D.M.A. (University of Maryland), is Professor of Music at Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio. A teacher of classical and jazz piano, he frequently appears as a concert artist and masterclass teacher at colleges and universities across the USA. Dr. Mortensen also performs and teaches Irish and American roots music, playing mandolin, octave mandolin, Irish flute, Irish button accordion, five-string banjo, Uilleann pipes, and Irish whistle. He created America’s only college-level traditional Irish music session class. www.cedarville.edu/Academics/Music-and-Worship/Faculty-Staff/Music/Mortensen-John.aspx JohnMortensen.com

Forming the Life of the Congregation Through Music

Forming the Life of the Congregation Through Music

  Part One: Three Questions All churches come together to sing, and most Christians would readily affirm that this shared musical practice is a significant element in spiritual life. Yet the exact manner in which music exerts powers of spiritual formation may seem amorphous and elusive. I will approach the subject by asking three questions: […]

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John Mortensen on Triumphalistic Worship

John Mortensen on Triumphalistic Worship

  Responding to the “Other Significant Article” review of John Mortensen’s “How Then Shall We Write?” Editor’s Note: that link to the full issue is http://vineyardusa.org/site/files/cutting-edge/06-Spring-Worship.pdf [updated Dec 11, 2104]   I followed the link included at the end of the brief review for the article: John Mortensen, “How Then Shall We Write? A Guide […]

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