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Pentecostal Musicians

Mentoring Future Pentecostal Musicians

If you are talented musically in any way and want to EXPAND upon the ability you have right now, check out our website. It is the goal of Pentecostal Musicians to equip current and future musicians to learn and give their best to the Lord!

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PM Lead Sheets

Pentecostal Musicians offers professionally prepared lead sheets with fuller chords and better chord progressions which will help you re-discover the power and anointing of classic gospel hymns and choruses and still be applicable to more contemporary songs.

Each song is provided in PDF format and will display and print a high-quality lead sheet containing the melody line and chords in a staffed format.

While we have used a vast supply of public domain hymns due to copyright limitations, the chords and chord progressions used can be adapted to most non-public domain or contemporary songs.

Level 1 songs include more than the normal three or four chord changes you see in many chord charts. However, we use simplified (user-friendly) chords and very easy fills. Chords include, major, minor, two chords, sus4, major7 and dominant 7th chords. For a sample of our Level 1 lead sheets click here Sample Level 1.

Level 2 songs use more advanced chords and fills. Chords include 9th, 11th and 13th chords and their alterations. For a sample of our level 2 lead sheets click here Sample Level 2.

Each downloadable song is available in several of the most requested key signatures giving you a choice of the key and level ability. Please note: Each song can be purchased in ANY CUSTOM KEY you want. For more information see the CUSTOM LEADSHEETS section of the PRODUCTS page.

PM Training Videos

Pentecostal Musicians offers a variety of free and small-charge video tutorial clips that can help take you from the basic foundations of learning to listen, learning chords, learning basic progressions, thinking in any key and to how to add in the fillers that make you sound like a well-seasoned musician.

Learn the beginning principles of building songs using a simple melody line and adding basic chords and chord progressions.

Learn to Pentecostalize (Gospelize) songs and move beyond just "chording." Add in the fills (in-between goodies) getting you out of the I, IV, V box.

So that you will have a varied repertoire of common chord progressions, we teach a variety of finger movements and passing chords. For example: Moving from the I to IV is one of the most common so we have clips showing several ways to make this move. Getting out-of-the box tends to enhance your playing ability.


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5 VARIATIONS OF I TO IV PROGRESSIONS - Five examples all built on the simple G+/C# aka C#9(#11). It's fun and easy to learn and use and will help build your treasure of I to IV Progressions!

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THE I TO IV CLIMB KEY OF G - Introducing the I to IV Climb! Learn to walk up chromatically—using both the right and left hands to the IV. Fun to use on upbeat songs. Taught in G.

I MOVING TO IV V KEY OF G - Move smoothly from the I to IV, IV/V, I. No big gappy moves here! See how this progression is used in my "I'll Fly Away" and "Amazing Grace" tutorials.

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I, vi, II, V, I - is a GREAT ENDING progression instead of just moving I, V, I to end a song! It is the foundation for many FUN and more advanced endings!

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5 EASY FIXES - In 5 Easy fixes this step-by-step tutorial takes your skills from simple 3-note chords and basic changes to better chords, progressions, and fill-ins.

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MINOR MAJOR TOGGLE - Learn to use an Em-D toggle progression plus one more chord to play a favorite minor worship chorus. Add variety and movement to any minor song.

CONTRARY MOTION - Contrary Motion happens when two voices or notes move in opposite directions. Here are several easy ways you can use contrary motion in songs you know!

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MAJOR MINOR TOGGLE - If you're tired of "sitting" forever on just one chord, the Major-Minor toggle progression will help you add more "oomph" to almost any song!

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DIM G220429 DIMINISHED PROGRESSION - I, iii7, biiidim7, ii7, V7 Diminished Progression. Use this progression instead of moving I to V when your melody is 8, 7, 8, 9. Used in songs such as He is Lord, How Great Thou Art, Until Then, and more.


All Major, Minor, Dominant 7, and Minor 7 keys can be found on our YouTube Channel Playlists    YouTube Logo

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View this FIRST! This video explains the purpose of learning chords and their inversions. It will provide instructions on how to procede with these play along sessions.

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The C Major Triad and Inversions Play Along

The F Major Triad and Inversions Play Along

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The G Major Triad and Inversions Play Along

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I’LL FLY AWAY-G - Simplified version of I'll Fly Away uses two basic chord progressions: The I, IV, IV/V, I and the I, vi, II, V, I. No frills--just good solid chords.

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AMAZING GRACE-G - Simplified version of Amazing Grace uses two basic chord progressions: The I, IV, IV/V, I and the I, vi, II, V, I. No frills—just good solid chords.


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DADDY - A fun song for Father's Day! Get your creative juices flowing! Use with the letters on poster boards to spell out DADDY or make into a skit!

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CRIMSON BLOOD - "Crimson Blood" is a perfect song to use for Easter. Don’t forget that it was the shedding of His blood, His death and resurrection that bought our Salvation!

I HAVE FOUND HIM - "I Have Found Him!" is a Christmas song without being "Christmas-y". Written by Pamela Rentzel, enjoy this duet sung by Amy Paul Parnell and Daniel Criss.

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JESUS, WHAT A LOVELY NAME - A still relevant, older song written and arranged by Pamela Rentzel. Recorded on the Ohio Festival Choir record album around 1979. Rev. Stan Gleason sang the solo. A wonderful, "new" song for the Christmas season this year.

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LEANING ON THE EVERLASTING ARMS - Piano and organ by Pamela Rentzel

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IN TIMES LIKE THESE - Piano instrumental by Pamela Rentzel

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   More About Us!

It is hard to believe that it has been over 20 years (1999) since we put up our first Pentecostal Musicians web site. So many things have changed since then. Recently, my husband Mark, decided that our web site needed a refresh. He built this new site from scratch and wanted to give it a more modern look and feel. Because most things are now digital and there is little need to ship physical items any longer, Mark included purchasing digital downloads of our products into the web site. Hopefully, you will find the site easy to navigate and find media which will help you to become more accomplished in playing music that lifts and exalts our Lord Jesus Christ. Since this is a new site, please let us know if you run across any glitches or problems.

As for myself. . . I can honestly tell you that I have no memories of a time when I couldn’t just sit down at the piano and play a song! We had a player piano in our home and apparently, I was totally fascinated and loved to watch as the piano magically played the rolls. I guess I told my parents one day, “I can do that!” Sure enough, I showed them that I could. My Mom said it wasn’t just the single notes of a song that a child would play but triads and fills. I was age 3 when I started to play. As I got older, I wanted to “understand” what I was playing so I could communicate with other musicians. I began learning more music theory in order to be able to share with those who played by ear and those who were classically trained. I’m proud (in a Godly way) to say that I have students who are now in pastoral ministry, in missions or head up music departments in churches and Bible Colleges.

My husband and I have been retired now for a few years and have been thankful for every moment—except maybe for the getting older part. We still plan to create more content and make it available as we “have time.” So stop by every now and then and check out what we have new.

God Bless!

   Learn More About What We Offer

We have created professional lead sheets in two different ability levels. Each song builds upon—but moves beyond just the three or four basic chord changes in a song. Each song is provided in PDF format and will display and print a high-quality lead sheet containing the melody line and chords in a staffed format.

Our video tutorials will teach you how to use lead sheets and play worship choruses and songs from the hymnal with a Pentecostal (Gospel) feel.

In Matthew 25, Jesus tells us the parable of the talents. Remember one man was given five talents, one man two talents, and one man one talent. The men who were given the five and two talents invested their talents and doubled them. Sadly, the man with the one talent allowed fear to stop him and he "buried" his talent. As a result, the man who buried his talent came to an unpleasant end and the one talent he had was then given to the man with the ten talents.

No matter how large or small your musical "talent" is at the present time, let us help you invest and grow it to be used for the glory of the Lord!

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