So what are the easiest gospel songs to sing? Do you like gospel songs? Would like to sing them but yu don’t know which you should start with? Now Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find the great answers for this question.
Insider Monkey ranked the many gospel songs by the amount of key changes and commonality. If there are too many key changes in a song it can be very difficult to sing. So those songs that have no key changes got two pints, while the songs with 1 or 2 changes got 1 point in their article. Another important factor which song to be chosen if you know it or not. We all learn songs much easier if we know them or at least we are familiar with them. Gospel songs are defined in the article as Christian music, they can be sometimes hymns but not always. As for me I love gospels and I like to sing them as I feel closer to God.
We have picked three songs from Insider Monkey’s article for now: There’s Still Power in the Blood by The Collingsworth Family; One Scarred Hand by Gold City; and Lord of Eternity by Fernando Ortega. So grab your microphone and sing the songs with us. There’s Still Power in the Blood by The Collingsworth Family is a beautiful gospel song and has 1 key changes. The commonality is 9/10 of Google search results which equals 4/4 points, so the total score is 5/6. This song is upbeat and a jazzy a bit, not the ways as hymns older ladies sing in the Baptist church. The second one is One Scarred Hand by Gold City, the amount of key changes: 1 which equals 1/2 points, its commonality is 10/10 of Google search results which equals 4/4 points, so the total score is 5/6. This song is about healing power that can heal us, both mentally and physically. It is very good if you sing it to an ill person; you can inspire him, her to recover sooner. At last, but not least we mention Lord of Eternity by Fernando Ortega. The amount of key changes is none which equals 2/2 points, its commonality is 10/10 of Google search results which equals 4/4 points, and the total score it got 6/6. It’s wonderful to sing but if you have someone to accompany you on the violin, it will be much more amazing. Everybody who hears it will love this gospel song.
For any further beautiful songs, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about the easiest gospel songs to sing.