2021-06-22 20:43:24 UTC
Although I was a classical guitar performance major when I started college, I've gone on to play a lot of instruments and, among others things, I'm in my sixth year as a church organist, and one of the things I've noticed is that the members of my church really like it when I use classical guitar during the service.
To date, I've only done this a few times a year and, when I have, my two favorite pieces have a been "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" in this arrangement, which I've tweaked a little
and also a CG transcription/arrangement of the Canon in D (Pachelbel) by Per-Olov Kindgren, video here:
I'd love other suggestions. Hymn tunes harmonized and whatever else you might actually use that's well-received in a church setting. (FWIW, I also do things like improvise an arrangement of "Amazing Grace" - those kinds of suggestions are welcomed also.)
Thanks in advance for your replies.