Christian Classical Music


Christian classical music expresses a personal or common belief regarding Christian life and faith. General themes of Christian classical music include praise, worship, penitence, and lament, and its forms vary widely across the world. Most Christian classical music involves singing, whether by a duet, trio, quartet, madrigal, choir, or band. Christian classical music is frequently accompanied by instruments such as organ, piano, guitar or any solo instrument. Nevertheless, Christian classical music may also be unaccompanied or a cappella singing. Gregorian Chant was one of the earliest forms of Christian classical music.