This collection has three carols set for eight bells - Infant Holy; Deck the Halls and I Saw Three Ships. But they are each set four times with four progressively more difficult
Sandra Eithun and Tammy Waldrop have teamed up again to create another outstanding collection of hymn-tune arrangements for three to six ringers. Each piece includes suggested bell assignments for the
New to the world of twelve-bell literature come these creative arrangements with titles spanning the church year. All Praise to Thee; O King Divine; At the Table; Be Thou My Vision; Breathe on Me,
The early American tune FOUNDATION is set in a rollicking manner that includes rhythmic interest and loads of techniques, such as martellato, martellato lifts, and shakes. Your presentation of this fun
A simple expression of faith in a gentle 6/8 time for handbell sextet. Scored for three-octave handbells.
This wonderful collection of general-use hymn tunes for handbells is accessible - and reproducible. Handbell assignments for three, four, five or six ringers are included, and the optional keyboard part
This fun-filled setting is ideal for a smaller ensemble of six or seven ringers, staying within the three-octave range using only 14 bells from D4 to G6. This clever arrangement sacrifices nothing of the
The "Ring Along Series" by Ardis Freeman is a unique concept; you don't have to read music to play handbells! Each set contains eight books, one for each bell being played. The words are given, and as you
A minimum quantity of 6 is required on this title.
BEACH SPRING, KINGSFOLD, and O WALY, WALY are uniquely set for six ringers in this edition. While most music for six ringers employs a two-octave set of handbells, these tasteful pieces have been
This latest addition to the Twelve Bells +1 series includes six new settings of popular praise songs. All of the arrangements are sufficiently challenging for all ringers and allow flexibility in bell
Both of these editions have numerous options for performing this well-known Advent carol. The first is for a full bell choir of two, three, or five octaves accompanying a bell soloist or bell tree which
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