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Offline blessedchild1098

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welcome into this place chords
« on: March 08, 2005, 05:13:18 PM »
if anyone knows these chords plese hit me up at blessedchild1098@aol.com
i need to learn this sonng imediately
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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2005, 05:20:14 PM »
They are located under the gospel chords section.
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welcome into this place chords
« Reply #2 on: March 09, 2005, 09:53:27 AM »
Try these chords out.  I am doing this from memory so if there are any mistakes please forgive them:

"Welcome Into This Place"
Key Eb  LH/RH

Eb / G-Bb-Eb Welcome into this
Bb / Ab-Bb-Eb-F place
Ab / Bb-D-F
G / Bb-Eb-G Welcome
F / C-Eb-Ab
Eb / Bb-Eb-G into this
Ab / Eb-G-Bb broken vessel, You've
C / Bb-Eb-G decided
B / A-D-F# to
Bb / Ab-Db-F abide
Eb / G-Db-F in the
Ab / Bb-Eb-G praise of your
Db / B-Eb-F-Ab people
C / Bb-C-E-G so we
F / Ab-Bb-C-Eb lift our
G / G-Bb-Eb hands, and we
Ab / Ab-Bb-C-Eb lift our
C / Bb-C-F-G hearts
C / Bb-C-E-G as we
F / Ab-Bb-C-Eb offer up this
Bb / Ab-Bb-Eb-F praise
Bb / Ab-Bb-D-F unto Your
Eb / Bb-Eb-G name

Options to get back to beginning:

Eb / Bb-Eb-G name
E / Bb-Db-E-G
F / Ab-Bb-Eb-F
Bb / Ab-Bb-D-F

OR

Eb / Bb-Eb-G name
* / D-Eb-Bb
* / C-Eb-Ab
* / B-Eb-F-Ab
* / Bb-Eb-G
Bb / Ab-C-Eb
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welcome into this place chords
« Reply #3 on: March 10, 2005, 04:07:08 PM »
I was wondering, if whom ever posted the chords could give an example of what they would do to place left hand chords in to the music....thanks...
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welcome into this place chords
« Reply #4 on: March 10, 2005, 04:41:08 PM »
U should just ask ms. cary she can help u and play it the best way i eva seen
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welcome into this place chords
« Reply #5 on: March 11, 2005, 09:35:10 AM »
I don't really play a lot of left hand chords cuz I am not able to do that yet.  I just play either octaves or octaves with the 5th in the middle.
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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2012, 02:17:55 PM »
I came across this thread with these chords I posted back in 2005 and decided to post a basic version of the chords that I would play today and see how they compare:

"Welcome Into This Place"
Key Eb  LH/RH

Eb / G-Bb-Eb  Welcome in-
F / G-C-Eb  to this  *added passing chord
Bb / F-Bb-D  place,  *change of chord
Ab / Bb-D-F
G / Bb-Eb-G  welcome

Bb / Db-F-Ab-C  *chord sub
in-
Eb / Db-F-G-C  to this  *chord sub
Ab / C-Eb-G-Bb  broken vessel,  *chord sub
G / Cb-Eb-F-Bb  *added passing chord
You've de-
C / Bb-Eb-G  or  C / Bb-D-Eb-G  cided  *added sub chord
B / A-D-F#
to a-
Bb / Ab-Db-F  or  Bb / Ab-C-Db-F  bide  *added sub chord
Eb / G-Db-F  or  Eb / G-C-Db-F  *added sub chord
in the
Ab / Bb-Eb-G  praises of your
C / G-C-F  people,  *added sub chord
C / G-Bb-Db-E  so we  *added sub chord
F / Bb-C-Eb-Ab  lift our
G / Bb-Eb-G  hands, and we
Ab / Bb-C-Eb-Ab  lift our
G / F-Bb-Db  hearts,  *added sub chord
C / Db-E-G-Bb  as we  *added sub chord
F / Bb-C-Eb-Ab  offer up this
Bb / Ab-C-Eb-G  praise  *added sub chord
Bb / Ab-B-D-F  unto Your  *added sub chord
Eb / F-G-Bb-Eb  name.

Options to get back to beginning:

Ab / C-Eb-G
G / Bb-D-F
F / Ab-Bb-C-Eb
Bb / Ab-C-Eb-G


Doesn't look too much different from my last post. Just a few added chords and some chord substitutions which I didn't know 7 years ago, lol.
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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #7 on: September 27, 2012, 08:14:21 PM »
Here's a track I did last year.
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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #8 on: August 13, 2015, 10:09:54 PM »
Can it be Brocken down a little more

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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #9 on: August 24, 2015, 04:15:17 PM »
Can it be Brocken down a little more

How much more broken down do you need it? Would you like chord symbols instead?
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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #10 on: September 08, 2015, 08:41:15 AM »
Hello all... Am just an upcoming... Am from Nigeria, from zamfara state... I just love playing piano.. I do attend the apostolic church... Please guyz i need ur help... I only play on f#... What ever u would like to send or post for me should be on f#.... Thankz....

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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2015, 03:00:00 AM »
Hello all... Am just an upcoming... Am from Nigeria, from zamfara state... I just love playing piano.. I do attend the apostolic church... Please guyz i need ur help... I only play on f#... What ever u would like to send or post for me should be on f#.... Thankz....

Hey Jenyo

I am glad to hear you like playing the piano, but there is a way for you to transpose these chords to any key you'd like. Just take all the notes from the key given and see how many semi notes they are away from F#. Take the given chord (In the other key) and "Transpose" all the notes down or up to F# with the same amount of semi notes that you counted and play the chord in F#.

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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #12 on: September 10, 2015, 10:34:51 AM »
To piggy-back off Jermaine, if that doesn't work for ya, you can always right it out in whatever key you want using the notes of the major scale:

Eb major scale                   F# major scale
Eb = 1                               F# = 1
E/Fb = #1/b2                    F##/G = #1/b2
F = 2                                 G# = 2
F#/Gb = #2/b3                 G##/A = #2/b3
G = 3                                 A# = 3
Ab = 4                               B = 4
A = #4/b5                         B#/C = #4/b5
Bb = 5                               C# = 5
B/Cb = #5/b6                   C##/D = #5/b6
C = 6                                 D# = 6
C#/Db = #6/b7                 D##/E = #6/b7
D = 7                                 E# = 7

So, using the first chord from the song, you can write out the transposition from Eb to F# like this:

Eb / G-Bb-Eb

1 / 3-5-1

F# / A#-C#-F#


Just another tool you can use to help you play this song in F#.
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Re: welcome into this place chords
« Reply #13 on: October 07, 2015, 04:13:16 AM »
In Addition to T BLOCK and JAMAINE'S post, before you go about that, why not try out this simple formula to get familiar with the major scale of all keys ;D ; R-root1    T-TONE2     T-tone3   ST-semitone4    T-tone5   T-tone6   T-tone7    ST-semitone8/1
if you could get used to these on all keys for the major scales then with time you could easily figure other things out because you would understand the key arrangements....test the formula first on your comfort key
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