Alleluia! Christ Is With Us

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Full details

Some years ago, when my Dad got wind that I was writing music, he decided to create a new text that I would set to music. He created his new text, "Alleluia! Christ Is With Us," and gave it to me. Being a grateful and devoted son, I thanked him, took the new text home with me, and promptly forgot all about it. About a year later, my Dad got a new car and offered me his old one. It wasn't a great car, but it was free, and I needed a car. There was just one condition: that I create a new composition based on his text. Well, I really wanted the car, so that's precisely what I did. My Dad, of course, loves this song; he says it's "the next Amazing Grace." I have my doubts, but I guess you can be the judge of that. The car, by the way, is long dead; the song, however, still lives. Oh, Dad, if you find yourself on scoreexchange.com and see this, be sure to write a review of this song, and be sure to include the phrase, "the next Amazing Grace."


Score ID
15526
Composer
Year of composition
2000
Lyricist
John F. Newlon
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
4 minutes
Instrumentation
Choir
Genre
Other
Licensing

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.

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