Sunday Set List [2017]

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  1. rhoydotp

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    I could not seem to find the original thread for the list of songs and when I finally did, it was last updated July 2016 (started in 2015). It was interesting to see how much of the songs are now "classics" and some, somewhat forgotten.

    Anyway, I would like to start again this year with the list.
    I am excited for this Sunday, it's our first time moving to 3 services! :)

    Here's our song list for Jan 22, 2017

    All The Earth - Vertical Church
    10,000 Reasons - Matt Redman
    O Praise the Name (Anástasis) - Hillsong
    This I Believe (The Creed) - Hillsong
    Jesus, We Love You - Bethel

    What's yours?
     
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    Second Sunday of Jan: Cancelled (snow)
     
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    This coming Sunday we are doing:
    10,000 Reasons - Redman
    King of Heaven - Baloche
    This is Amazing Grace - Wickham, Riddle
    The Wonderful Cross - Watts, Tomlin
    Sweetly Broken - Riddle
    (rolling back into the chorus of This is Amazing Grace)
     
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    I like this song. Simple and to the point. :)
     
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    Indescribable - Chris Tomlin
    Mighty Is the Power of the Cross - Chris Tomlin
    God of Calvary - Chris Tomlin
    How Great Is Our God/Then Sings My Soul - Chris Tomlin
    Jesus - Chris Tomlin

    Wow. Hadn't realized I picked ALL Tomlin tunes till just now. I do like the newer album though. Next week we're learning Kyrie Elaison.
     
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    Haha! Hey, there's nothing wrong with that. We used to that before, too. We'll have a full set of Baloche or Tomlin or Hillsong ... they have so much songs to pick from :)
     
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    This Sunday our set list is:

    Open Up The Heavens - Vertical Church Band
    Your Love Never Fails - Jesus Culture
    Write Your Story - Francesca Battistelli
    How He Loves - Crowder

    Our P/W leader is having a baby this week & will be out for a few weeks so I have the honor of leading worship until she returns. She has done all the scheduling & song selection ahead of time so my duties will be rehearsal's & Sunday worship.
     
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    Interesting song choice :)
     
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    Father Spirit Jesus
    Blessed be your Name
    God of Wonders
    How great is our God

    Just getting back into playing at church. I disagreed with previous leaders about horrible things, you know tempo, playing in Ab, intros and endings.
    Anyway also wanted better rehearsals than play each Sunday song three times Thursday , one time Sunday before service and then put away till next time. If I memorize 60 tunes for a pub gig why can't a worship group do the same?
    Comments suggestions on this concept?
     
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    This week we're doing:

    Furious - Bethel/Riddle
    Enough for me - Northpoint Worship
    No One Higher - Northpoint Worship
    This I Believe - Hilsong

    Mr. Cairo, we're doing two of those in B flat, which I find tedious. I rib the Worship pastor every time by saying it's only a half step down to A. It actually doesn't make much difference for what I do usually, but sometimes there are cool lines that can be played with droning open notes in keys like A or D. B flat and A flat, not so much. I detest using a capo on electric.
     
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    We will be doing:
    In the Secret - Park
    This is Amazing Grace - Wickham/Riddle
    Spirit Speaks - All Sons and Daughters
    Blessed Assurance - Elevation
    Good Good Father - Tomlin
     
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    You and me, both! :mad::D
     
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    This used to work for the other team/church that I play with. And it's great because everybody gets better and better.

    On the new team/church I play with now, we would have a core of maybe 15-30 songs that would be played a few times through the year and a whole lot of different songs (old and new) that are based-of or very close to the pastor's sermon. This also works for us, just on a different level. Although, I am probably the least talented of the new team/band now, so I feel stressed all the time! LOL
     
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    Remember that when we are weak, He is strong. For His own reasons, He chooses to use broken vessels. Have faith and don't stress, He is much more concerned with your heart than your talent. That is true for all of us, which I'm very thankful for!
     
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    This weeks lineup.

    One Pure and Holy Passion
    Though I Walk
    It Is Well With My Soul
    Good Good Father
    Man of Sorrows
    Cornerstone

    I've played with enough brass to be comfy in any key. Capo works
    well for some things,but I don't use it too often. Once a bass player said to me "you church guys all use capos" :)
     
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    I believe Bb and Ab are both evil keys. Tell your worship leader you want original King James Version Keys. ;-)
     
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    I'm a bit late to the thread, but wanted to mention a few songs new for us so far in 2017.

    God of Miracles - Chris McClarney
    Set a Fire - Will Reagan
    Mountain of God - Third Day

    Getting ready to add:

    God that saves - Iron Bell Music (Stephen McWhirter)
     
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    I don't check into this forum often, but felt I would today. I don't recognize most of the songs you all post in here, but my church has snuck in a couple of contemporary songs (we did 10,000 reasons yesterday) but it's a little more "traditional" for the "contemporary/folk Mass" if that makes sense (like stuff from the 1970s'/80s I guess....I don't pick them. We have stricken out some lyrics that are "too contemporary".


    Anyhow, memorizing some of these songs would be a challenge. This is the most organized worship playing I have ever done. I'm expected to pull the week's sheet music from a massive collection and have it together for Tuesdays practice and then play it on Sunday. Occasionally with a warm up. Depending on a number of factors, we will add a verse, skip a verse, repeat the bridge or the entire song. The leader keeps us focused and indicates a to extend, cut short or the surprise acapella verse. So memorizing that would be a challenge, further, we do new songs all the time some are in latin and then some are chock full of "slash chords". A/C# E/G# and then they change sometimes 3 of the 4 beats in a measure. It's fun, I don't get to play in 6/8 time much especially with a 2/2 measure sprinkled in so I'm learning a ton, but memorizing it all would be nearly impossible. Pub gig songs, I might have heard a million times and they follow a more predicable pattern.
     
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    Today we did:
    Our Great God ~Todd Agnew version
    Revelation Song ~ Phillips Craig and Dean
    Your Great Name ~ " " "
    Who Do You Say I Am ~ Don Potter
    These Thousand Hills ~ Third Day

    Last weeks' list:

    Take Me In ~ Browning
    I Lay Me Down ~ Darrel Evans
    King of Glory ~ Third Day
    Grace Like Rain ~ Todd Agnew
    I've Always Loved You ~ Third Day
    Savior Like A Shepherd Lead Us ~ Todd Agnew


    All arranged for solo acoustic/electric :D
     
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    This coming Sunday:

    Gather Us In (Marty Haugen)
    Let the River Flow (Evans?)
    Forever Reign (Morgan)

    Open Our Eyes Lord (Cull; old Maranatha song)

    I Give You My Heart (Morgan)
    God Is Able (Morgan)

    Go Make a Difference (Angrisano)

    Compared to what we usually do, this is heavy on Hillsong. And relative oldies. Our first gathering song and our sender both came out of the liturgical renewal movement I think. And no Tomlin, Hughes, Vineyard, or Redman, which is fairly unusual for us.

    REgarding memorizing the songs: we do 7 or more songs a Sunday, and have about 150 songs that we might play in any given year. And two separate worship teams. Most of the songs we do I barely need the music, if at all. But sometimes it's really important.
     
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