Not so much a conscious decision as a progressive change. The man who is now my husband introduced me to country music some 25 years ago and I am now converted (but please don't think badly of me). However, I continue to love classical music and some light opera. Less of a change and more of an addition? Spiritually speaking, when we moved home, we moved church and that has involved a change in worship music - a change for the better! I don't object to the 'happy-clappy' singing accompanied by drums, guitars and so on. There is a time and a place for everything, and everyone! But sometimes you just don't feel like being jolly and clapping and swaying to the beat. Sometimes you want to be quiet, and contemplative and sing really meaningful lyrics - old-fashioned hymns played by an organ or grand piano. I'm pleased to say my local Methodist church does both, but it's the hymns by Charles Wesley that really get to me. Oh, and the more senior members really know how to sing in harmony - it's music to the ears and such an uplifting experience (even though I can't sing for toffee)!