Music and the people of God / Jetro Alves da Silva.
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- ISBN: 9781533517326
- ISBN: 1533517320
- Physical Description: 1 volume (viii, 121 pages) ; 28 cm
- Publisher: [United States] : Jetro da Silva, 
- Manufacturer: Lexington, KY : [Manufacturer not identified], 2016.
- Copyright: ©2015
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographic references (pages 112-121).
No art form can compare its attributes to music. Music has the unique ability to engage one's mind, soul, and spirit at once. It is the language that communicates when all words fail. In ancient times, music was widely acknowledged as a way to heal someone physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Scientists are finally uncovering some remarkable finds while observing the individual brain functions of subjects as they listen to, learn, and perform music. This work aims to discuss the role of music among the people of God and how it was used throughout the centuries.
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