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Angela B. Tarleton is an authority in worship arts. As a conference speaker, she has shared information useful for audiences interested in choreography for worship. Her teaching has had lasting impressions on many dance ministry students. She expands on the significance of music for choreography,
"Not all music is appropriate for dance –even less is appropriate for dance in the sanctuary to Glorify God and edifies his people. Music Four basic types of music are: melodic, rhythmic and dramatic; Narrative all of which are closely related to the human body.
1. Melody –through its original source in the breath and voice. It is “the simple” line the “basic” unembellished line.
2. Metric rhythm—through the change of weight of the feet and the pulse.
3.Dramatic—the emotions of the song. The lowest “lows” to the highest “highs” "
4. Narrative. This song tells a story; it needs little interpretations.B. Song and chanting—here the words are not so important, the mood or feeling of the song is important.C. Dialog—Spoken words. Angela Tarleton
Share with me music that you love to use for worship dance.