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danders
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« on: September 29, 2007, 08:48:29 AM »

The post from jansenw on the most popular 25 worship songs got me to wondering how similar the songs we do on Sunday might be.  My work situation has me away from internet access for the past couple of days so I see now that there have been responses where not as many of the songs on the list have been done so maybe we aren't as similar as I originally thought we might be.  I'll post this anyway because I'm curious.

Here's our set from last week - Please share yours.

Forever  - Tomlin, Chris
Garments of Praise - Harvill, Jaime
The Wonderful Cross - Tomlin, Reeves, Watts, Walt
Hear us from Heaven - Anderson, Jared
With All I Am - Morgan, Reuben
Hear Our Praises - Morgan, Reuben
What a Friend We Have in Jesus - Scriven, Converse

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« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2007, 06:13:37 PM »

Last Sunday our list was:

1. You Are Mighty
2. Never Let Go (Matt Redman recording)
3. Jesus Paid It All (Passion Live recording)
4. King of Glory (Third Day)
5. Made to Worship (Chris Tomlin)
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« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2007, 10:22:46 AM »

Our services seldom vary -- over six years, we have probably rotated the same 50 songs, both CC and straight from the hymnal. We do the "new standards":
Come, Now is the Time to Worship
Doxology (Promise Keepers Version)
Amazing Love
God of Wonders
Be the Centre
Days of Elijah
We Will Embrace Your Move
Let It Rise
That's Why We Praise Him

and, as I said, about 40 more.

A friend recently gave me multilayer DVD that had about 30 praise ALBUMS on it, and I still scratch my head wondering why we do the same ones over and over when ther must be 500 or more available.
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danders
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« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2007, 05:19:25 PM »

Our services seldom vary -- over six years, we have probably rotated the same 50 songs...

I can understand the need for doing mostly familiar songs so the congregation feels comfortable enough to participate.  But like you pointed out there are tons of current praise and worship songs out now and it kind of makes sense to me to slip a new song into the rotation every now and then. 

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« Reply #4 on: October 03, 2007, 05:28:26 PM »

Here's a sample set list. We each get to pick a song from our "pallette"
 of over two hundred songs for the offertory.. We rotate about 50 at a time through our list, and we mix 'em up.

 COMMUNION SUNDAY,  SEPTEMBER 9
 Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
 Lamb of God (In Silence You Were Led)
 The Old Rugged Cross
 Before The Throne
 OFFERTORY: JOHN PATRICK
 
 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
 Honor and Praise
 Blessed Be Your Name
 Lift Up Your Heads
 As We Seek
 Show Me Your Ways
 OFFERTORY: CHARLY
 
 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
 Lord, We Welcome You Here
 Glorious Impossible
 How Deep The Father’s Love
 Mercies Anew
 Be Unto Your Name
 OFFERTORY: TIM

Ps - Our biggest "hits" seem to be Blessed Be Your Name and Glorious Impossible.
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« Reply #5 on: October 13, 2007, 09:15:43 PM »

Here's a little "insider info"  Tongue  but this is a typical (but much shorter because it's only an hour and not 2+1/2) of what I play with Brian D.:

CMS Set – Brian Doerksen
9 – 10 PM Friday Nov 9, 2007


E   Refiner’s fire (no band)
F#    Light the fire again  (Holy God arrangement with loop)
*F#    Come, now is the time to worship (intro,v,ch,ch,v,outro)
Brian shares – ‘Come as you are’ means come with your pain and joy
Bm    Psalm 13 (How Long O Lord) (You shine arrangement)
F   Your faithfulness (new arrangement)
Bb   Holy God (Holy God arrangement with loop)
Bb    Everlasting God (chorus only without band)
B    Everlasting (rock version)
B   Everything (Tim Hughes – God in my living etc)
And/or
F   Creation calls (Today arrangement with loop)
F   The river (Today arrangement)
A,B   Today (As for me and my house) (Today arrangement)
(time permitting)
G,A   Hallelujah (Your love is amazing) (You shine arrangement)


(Encore with Phil Keaggy)

E   Let everything else go (Town to town arrangement)


*note – higher key for this song


This is for the upcoming week-end in November for the Christian Musician's Summit, really looking forward to this one.
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« Reply #6 on: October 26, 2007, 09:32:06 PM »

Here's the list for the C.R. service I play in next Thursday Night:

Enough - Chris Tomlin (Jeremy Camp arrang.)
Blessed Be Your Name - Matt Redmond
Rescue - Jared Anderson
Everyone Under the Sun - Vicky Beeching

The list from the this Sunday:

Let Everything That Has Breath - Matt Redmond
Marvelous Light - Charlie Hall
Captivated - Vicky Beeching
Here I am To Worship - Tim Hughes
The Stand - Joel Houston (Hillsong)
At All Times - Vicky Beeching (must be V.B. week)
He's Always Been Faithful - Sara Groves


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