Sing Unto the Lord


Song list
August 30, 2007, 10:02 pm
Filed under: Doing music

How many songs do you do at your church?
I had a conversation with some guys recently who had a song list of 157 songs. That’s heaps! They were concerned that the congregation would get bored if they sang the same songs lots. At church we have probably a cycle of about thirty songs.
The benefit of having less is that you can be well practised in them. So the band at Nite church no longer need chord charts. We only use charts for new songs.
The benefit of lots of songs is that there are lots to choose from, but I see it more as a lot of excess songs that you shouldn’t play. What do you think? More or less?

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Hey Big D.

Did you see this stuff over at Reason?

High Quality.

Comment by Ben

well… some people may not use chord charts… probably should work at being one of them…

Comment by Mattius Bootius




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