Roland De Aragon’s online worship team lessons help you start on your journey either as a worship leader, music director, singer, or musician – with new lessons added weekly that cover: spiritual growth, team management, and even music theory. Experience what it takes to get your team to the next level and fulfill the “Great Commission” and help build the kingdom of GOD!
greastes music director of all time

The winner is.... Bach rules all. He is not only consider probably the greatest composer that ever lived, but also the greatest worship music director that ever lived. Bach, was born in 1685 in Eisenach, Thuringia, Germany, into a family of amazing musicians. From 1723 until his death in 1750 he was at Leipzig, where he Click here for more...

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At a small church in Lynwood, Ca, I was music director for quite some time. That summer they were reconstructing the church alter. I helped redesign the stage and it came out pretty good, I was happy with it at least. One night at rehearsal I presented a new tune from hillsongs. My poor memory Click here for more...

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Most folks are live very secretive lives, are very private and would not anyone to poke around their  personal life. Not me! Well... I used to be like that. I have learned that if you allow people in your life than you will live a life of abundance. You'll make relationships that can last for Click here for more...

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That's the long heated debate. Just to let you know I don't get paid the cheddar at my home church Oasis. The main music director is on staff and gets paid of course. I do get paid to play at a small church every Sunday playing piano. Here's my take on it. There's nothing wrong Click here for more...

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I hopped on Hulu to check out the recent new upcoming movie trailers. Scrolling through movie trailers using my Roku remote. I stumble on the Noah trailer. I freaked! Super cool! Then, I read who the actor was. Russell Crowe! Freaking awesome! Leading actress! Jennifer Connelly! Woohoo! i been in love with her since i Click here for more...

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If there is one thing I could have done correctly in the beginning. That one thing would be to qualify the new band members and make sure to not let any crazies in. Over 10 years back I was chosen to become music director for my church. To make a long story short, I inherited Click here for more...

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What powerful words. They represent everything that we as Christian musicians don't want. Love and certainty is a feeling we all want to endure. I stumbled onto a Facebook post of street preachers, preaching outside of a concert of one of my favorite Christian rock bands Switchfoot. Now, I can't speak on directly about each Click here for more...

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Learning scales for me didn't really happen until I entered high school. My music teacher in school did not teach me the importance of scales and patterns to create music . All I did was read sheet music, I had no true understanding of music theory and scales. So, why scales and what's the importance Click here for more...

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I was seven years old, walking down the halls of the music building at the local community college with my brother and dad. My dad signed up my brother and I to take a kids piano class. I wasn't sure what to expect, I just remember feeling unsure of what was gonna happen. As we Click here for more...

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Let's jump in Doc Brown's DeLorean time machine and go back to the past... In the year 2000, when I started teaching music I didn't have a guideline on what to teach I didn't have a bachelors degree in education and as of today I still don't have one. Now, 15 plus successful years later Click here for more...