The idea that worship music should only be quiet and contemplative is simply not biblical. We have a lot of freedom to worship God in a variety of ways through music, and we see this expressed in scripture, from an impromptu tambourine jam on the shore of the Red Sea (Ex. 15:19–21), to a huge dance party in the streets of Jerusalem (1 Chron. 15:16–28), and a couple of saints singing midnight hymns in prison (Acts 16:25). When we get to heaven, the multitudes of angels and all the redeemed will raise their voice and cry out together to praise the Lamb who was slain. This will not be a quiet sound (Rev. 19:1–3).
Regozijai-vos no SENHOR, vós justos, pois aos retos convém o louvor. Louvai ao Senhor com harpa, cantai a ele com o saltério e um instrumento de dez cordas. Cantai-lhe um cântico novo; tocai bem e com júbilo.Salmos 33:1-3
DoxologyThomas Ken, 1674
Praise God from whom all blessings flow;
Praise God, all creatures here below;
Praise God for all that love has done;
Creator, Christ, and Spirit, One.