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Mark Cabaniss’ Top 10 Reasons for Performing a Musical

December 28, 2016

Night of Miracles… Joy Comes in the Morning… Friends… It’s Cool in the Furnace… Celebrate Life… and the list could go on. Hopefully, you’re acquainted with or have experienced first-hand some or all of these now-classic musicals written by giants of church music. In my personal experience, the musical, or cantata, played a major role in my development as a church musician, writer, and then publisher.

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The Art of Celebration – How We Celebrate the Holidays

December 13, 2012

Holiday traditions, while unique in their own right, are what bind us together as a culture.  During the month of December during the hustle and bustle of shopping, eating and entertaining, we all seem to have one main goal:  to celebrate in the company of those we love.  Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or a combination thereof,  all tend to celebrate at some point during December.

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A Worship Event

October 9, 2012
A Worship Event

When you work for a cutting-edge company like J.W. Pepper, you sometimes have to find new ways to reinvent the wheel.  We found ourselves thinking of this as we were planning a sacred event called Christmas in July.  We invited three of the best composers in the country:  Joe Martin, Randy Vader and Pepper Choplin.

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Our Musical Plans for the Holidays

December 19, 2011

What have J.W. Pepper employees been doing when not talking to our customers, ordering stock and filling orders?  Rehearsing and performing holiday music, of course!  Here’s a sampling of what some of us are up to this season.

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