Creating Worship Intros with Little Information

Simple Worship Intros on the Piano

The leader points at you and asks you to play an intro. No big deal right? What if it’s a new song and you don’t know the melody? Then, you look down and all you have is a chord/lyric sheet that does not tell you much information. YIKES!!! Here are a few tricks to help you on your way.

10 Comments on “Creating Worship Intros with Little Information”

  1. Thank you for addressing this subject! I needed a way to get started in accompanying Christian Contemporary songs, and had no idea where to begin. This is a great help!

  2. This is the type of stuff we need! It’s nice to have a song mapped out and some suggestions for “Going Pro” with it, but having the tools to put the pieces together is the STUFF!
    It’s like Lego blocks. Having a drawing of how to re-create something already ‘charted’ is nice, but being able to take your own stack of Legos and put them together into something unique to you is really satisfying.
    I guess what I’m trying to say is it’s really great that you do both types of videos: Play-alongs and skill/chop builders.

  3. Thank you for your Awesome Great music notes… And videos… I am so Happy for your helping me to play chords…. God bless you …

  4. Brilliant. It’s hard to find clear, straight forward techniques like this without the tutor suddenly getting too complicated, Thanks very much for staying within reach!

    1. You are very welcome. Please let me know if you think of any other good topics and I’ll put it down for future blogs. -wade

  5. Lord know how much I needed this! I have been playing guitar for a bit now and have been given several new instruments to start on. It is quite hard when we have no instructor but our mission is to serve God. I recently saw your tutorial on Thy Will and loved it. I started checking out your site and blog and finally know where I need to be. I am certainly looking forward to more blogs, tutorials and tips! God bless you and your family and may you continue to lead us on our mission.

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