Key to a flowing worship set is avoiding musically awkward moments. Whenever something suddenly happens that ‘doesn’t sound right’, worshippers are snapped out of the moment and distracted. Thankfully, some simple ideas keep us on track, turning a bunch of disparate songs into a flowing set.
What you’ll learn
How to link songs together avoiding awkward silences
How to choose a setlist to avoid jarring changes
How to handle songs in different keys in a musically pleasing way
What to play for ‘Spontaneous Worship’
For some churches, the best times together feature spontaneous worship. When people freely express their worship, in their own way, singing whatever is on their mind. But this can be tricky for us musicians. After all – what exactly should we play?
This course covers what I’ve learned is effective:
Which chord sequences work best
How to ‘be sensitive‘ – adding loud and quiet as appropriate
An easy way to practice this and use this in your own personal time