Unison, 2-Part and 3-Part Choral Music for Sundays in a Pandemic

September 8, 2020 Allison Lewis

If you’re a church musician, chances are high that the way you’ve performed music (or haven’t) at church has been completely different from “normal” circumstances. Maybe you’ve switched to pre-recorded services, or livestreamed services with limited groups of musicians accompanying. In some cases, the organist and a soloist might be the safest options.

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