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      Gospel music - New World Encyclopedia
      • Two major types of Gospel music have developed along basically racial lines. These include Urban Gospel (sometimes referred to as "black Gospel") and its white counterparts, among them: Southern Gospel and modern, popularized Gospel (now more commonly known as "praise music" or Contemporary Christian music ).
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  2. Gospel Music Styles – Early Gospel Music

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    • Spirituals. Spirituals (or Negro spirituals) are religious folk songs (‘work songs’ and ‘field hollers’) developed by...
    • Traditional Gospel. Traditional gospel, sometimes referred to as black gospel, was codified by the composer and singer...
    • Gospel Blues. Gospel blues is a blues-based form of gospel music (a combination of blues guitar and...
  3. CCM Primer: Types of Christian / Gospel Music

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    Apr 26, 2019 · Gaither Music. Southern gospel music today ranges from the traditional four-part harmony quartets to a blend of country and bluegrass. Popular Southern Gospel Artists. The Martins; Gaither Vocal Band; Karen Peck & New River; Top Southern Gospel Groups

  4. Gospel music - New World Encyclopedia

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    Gospel music genres Urban Gospel. Urban Gospel had its roots mostly in spirituals sung by southern slaves during the eighteenth and... Southern Gospel. Southern Gospel's establishment as a distinct genre is generally dated to around 1910, when the first... Christian Country music. Christian Country ...

  5. Different Types of Christian Music: A Look at the Genres

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    • Praise/Worship Music
    • Gospel Music
    • Rap
    • Pop
    • Blues
    • Metal
    • Conclusion

    This well-known type of music is used widely in church services. This style is dedicated to beautifully arranged musical themes and lyrics that help us focus on God as we sing to Him. Most praise music today uses drums, electric guitars and acoustic guitars with some piano too. This style is widely accepted by Christians abroad. Some of the artists you may sing songs of in church include: Chris Tomlin,Matt Redman, The David Crowder Band and Michael Gungor. These are just a handful of the many talented artists that have impacted the kingdom with praise/worship music.

    Gospel music has really upbeat tempos or very somber, “soulful” tempos. It is full of piano, organ, drums and vocal harmonies. There is much to appreciate in this style for it is sung with such admiration to our Father. I have been to churches predominantly attended by African Americans and I always love it! The gospel choirs make you smile for the joythat they radiate. You cannot attend a gospel choir without feeling that joy welling up inside of you. Some gospel artists include: Marvin Winans, Andrae Crouch, and Marvin Sapp.

    Rap music is widely known for its emphasis on lyrical expression and rhymes with the use of synthesized sounds and bass. When coupled with the life of a Christian spreading the gospel, it is a wonderful genre of music. An artist that is worth looking at is Lecrae. His song “Don’t Waste Your Life” is an honest one about living a genuine Christian life and not wasting the time we have here on meaningless stuff. When you watch the video for this song (In The Upper Right Corner of this page), you can see how authentic for Christ he is and how talented he is too. This is why I have chosen this lyric video on this article. It also features UK’s Dwayne Tryumf in the song.

    Christian pop music is heard all over Christian radio today. It features a wide array of instruments including: synthesizers, piano, drums, drum machines, bass, violin, guitar and many others. Most songsare very catchy and have upbeat tempos to draw you in. Some artists worth checking out are Britt Nicole, Rachel Chan, Tenth Avenue North, Brandon Heath, Matthew West and Sanctus Real.

    Blues music is well known but not as well known in Christian music. Blues music doesn’t change a whole lot and you can always tell when you hear it. Songs are always very upbeat or very slow and sorrowful sounding. Blues music uses mostly drums, elec. Guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals. Blues music incorporates the “12 bar blues” in many songs. One band that I must mention is “The Rex Carroll Band”. Rex Carroll made his debut through a band called “Whitecross” back in the 80’s. There he established his unmatched guitar playing. After “Whitecross”, he formed “The Rex Carroll Band” where he really brought the blues into Christian music. An artist of old is Rev. Dan Smith. He is a gospel blues artist that started in the early 60’s. He was one of those “tell you how it is” guys, and he does just that in his music.

    This is by far my favorite genre. Christian metal is one of the bigger influences in junior highers and high schoolers of the church today. The music is very heavy and incorporates mostly elec. guitar, drums, bass and vocals. There are many kinds of metal, but they all incorporate intense drumming and guitar solos, along with awesome heavy breakdowns in between. Kids want to see real Christians. When kids find out I love metal, they already share a bond with me. It is like bikers when they wave to each other. They have a bond over motorcycles. There are so many bands to choose from, but here are a few worth checking out: Living Sacrifice(1997-present), As I Lay dying, Becoming the Archetype, August Burns Red, and The Devil Wears Prada.

    There are many genres of Christian music. I hope this article has helped you see the broad spectrum of Christian music out there. God is so good, and there are many talented musicians/bands out there to showcase the Father’s love in musical form. If you have any favorite artists or bands, please feel free to mention them. “Lift up your hands to the Holy place and bless the Lord!”(Psalm 134:2) Resources: Scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version®(ESV) www.youtube.com Lecrae song “Don’t Waste Your Life” Tagged as: Christian Music, gospel, Metal, praise, Rap, Types of Music

  6. Different types of gospel music - slideshare.net

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    • Different styles of Gospel Music
    • Spirituals -Songs of former West African slaves -Evangelistic Themes -Mixture of African and European culture
    • Traditional gospel - ‘’Black Gospel’’ -A large choir, soloist (s) -The ‘’mother Gospel Style’’ -1930s is the...
    • The Southern Gospel -The ‘’White Gospel’’ -Originated from the South -...
  7. What Is Gospel Music? | History Of Gospel Music | DK Find Out

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    Gospel choir. Gospel choirs sing with rich harmonies and use hand-clapping to emphasize the rhythm of the music. The choirs traditionally sing Christian hymns in churches, but more recently secular (non-religious) gospel choirs have formed and apply the gospel style to a wide range of songs. Music, Art, and Literature; Types of Music

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