Top 100 Christmas Worship Songs of 2020
Through the fall and into the winter, different Christmas worship songs will begin to trend and top the charts here at PraiseCharts. While we love watching the race that this becomes, the best part is seeing the conclusion. And here it is, these are the top 100 Christmas worship songs of 2020.
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Playing a song note-for-note live has always been difficult. But playing a song note-for-note on a recording is a whole different beast. As churches switched gears in March, moving their services online, we watched as these piano/vocal sheets began to trend. Throughout all of 2020, these were the top piano/vocal songs downloaded from PraiseCharts. We don't yet know what 2021 holds, but we are excited to learn even more wonderful worship songs note-for-note.
For most of 2020 worship bands looked different. Whether your band was playing live, recording together, or recording each part from home in your living rooms, chord charts were still a vital part of learning songs and leading worship. These are the top chord charts downloaded from PraiseCharts in 2020.
2020 is a year that will go down in history. The way we worship and the way we do church was redefined for Christians all over the world. Even so, there have been some incredible new worship songs written in 2020, including The Blessing (Kari Jobe), Graves Into Gardens (Elevation Worship), and Battle Belongs (Phil Wickham). Here is a complete list of the most popular worship songs in 2020.
In 2020, many churches grew to rely on multi-tracks in their worship services. With limitations on group sizes, filling the gaps in the band with multi-tracks became more useful than ever. This is a list of the top 100 multi-track downloads from 2020. Sing one of these with your church this weekend!
Through 2020, choirs have had to improvise and adapt. And you did. These were the songs you sang while you figured out just how to sing together. This is a list of the top 100 SATB choir sheets downloaded from PraiseCharts in 2020.
"Where there's a will, there's a way" should be the motto for orchestrations in 2020. Orchestras all over the world found ways to play together safely, even piecing together video and audio to create virtual orchestras. While we all look forward to the day when we can play together again, we can look back and appreciate the innovation of ensembles through the memory of the songs we played. These are the top orchestrations of 2020.