Traditional church choir songs are a great way to show your love for the church and for your faith. They’re also a great way to get people to come to church and sing along. If you want to write a traditional church choir song, here are some tips:
-Make sure it’s catchy, but not too catchy. A good rule of thumb is that every line should be easy enough for anyone who knows the tune to sing along with you by the end of it without having to look at the lyrics.
-Keep it simple. Don’t use words like “majesty” or “holiness” unless those words have already been used in another song that everyone knows by heart and loves dearly (like “Amazing Grace”).
-Write in such a way that even people who don’t know what they’re singing about can understand and appreciate what they’re singing about—it makes them feel good!
About traditional church choir songs
Traditional church choir songs are beautiful. They’re also very, very old.
While you may think that these songs have been around forever, the truth is that they’ve only been around for about 400 years. They were created in the 1600s by a group of composers who wanted to give people more music to sing in church. The composers decided that since most people were illiterate, they should write music that used simple chords and easy rhythms so everyone could sing along.
The first song was “All Creatures Great and Small,” which was written by Sir Edward Elgar in 1868. The second song was “Morning Has Broken,” written by Cat Stevens in 1970—and it’s still one of the most popular songs today!