COMMON METER is 'composed' here to bring together my academic and ministerial endeavors. As conductor of Lindsey Wilson College choral ensembles, I will share insights about our concerts and touring. And from the ministry of church relations at Lindsey Wilson College, this location will provide a space of reflections for ministry leaders. Indeed, one aspect toward a deeper connection to our faith-life is discovering our common meters.
More about "Common Meter"
Meter is a term used in music and in poetry. In fact, "common meter" is an important term in hymnology; it is meter at 188.8.131.52., meaning the alternation of eight and six syllables per line or phrase. For example, the majestic Charles Wesley hymn O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing is based on common meter: