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In Christ Alone

By Keith Getty

SATB choir, piano
Composed by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend. Arranged by Mark Hayes. Choral. Sacred Anthem, Ascension, Christ the King, Eastertide, General. Octavo. Exaltation Publications #10/3689L. Published by Exaltation Publications (LO.10-3689L).

Item Number: LO.10-3689L

ISBN 9781429100298.

Quickly emerging as a contemporary classic, this substantive modern hymn by the writing team of Keith Getty and Stuart Townend has already found its way into the singing vocabulary of many churches. Its sonorous, soaring melody feels a bit like a Celtic folk song. This setting starts simply and builds with each verse, culminating in a glorious affirmation of Christ's resurrection from the grave.

NOTE: This is the choral octavo only. Brass parts are sold separately.

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  • 4

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  • November 08, 2019 Good, solid piece with very nice harmonies.

    It's a very singable piece for a small church choir. Our choir of 20 singers handles it well. The choir enjoys singing it and it is a nice piece to glorify Christ. The piano accompaniment is challenging.

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  • 5

    Virgin Islands, STX
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  • June 13, 2012 Sound piece.

    I think this is an excellent short score for horns choir and piano. I will be ordering the full kit, next week. I need to bring back the power of music into my church.

    22 of 37 people found this review helpful.
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  • 2

    Gabriel Jantzi
    Dublin, Ireland
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  • March 06, 2012 mediocre

    First, let me say that the music is well-written and quite appropriate for a church choir. Sadly, though, the lyrics are nothing to write home about. The lyrics consist of a collection of good phrases put together with poor syntax--very poor grammar in general, I must say--and...

    have a period stuck on the end, as if that constitutes a sentence. Our choir likes the song and really, some of the words are fine words, but I don't think we'll be purchasing Getty/Townend music in the future without seriously considered the lyrics quality.

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    28 of 57 people found this review helpful.
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  • 5

    Chautauqua County, New York
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  • February 05, 2008 Very Glorifying to God!

    A very worthwhile piece, and easy to adapt to fewer voices for the tiny choir. Very meaningful to the true believer.

    48 of 81 people found this review helpful.
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