S.E. Fauble's treatment of this carol is authentic and engaging. For groups that would like an additional challenge, one section has a more difficult ossia as a choice for performance. Suitable for church,
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Andrew Duncan has written a free and contemplative version of CRADLE SONG that uses GLORIA as a counterpart. The song is gently evocative of the peaceful stillness on that first Christmas. Priceless.
A real celebration of the season! This energetic setting of the classic carol is rhythmic and fun. For interest and to increase the diversity of the arrangement, it contains a contrasting section in waltz
The traditional Welsh song's title translates as "lullaby," and it has become a staple at Christmas time. Linda Lamb has given her arrangement a gentle feel, which is appropriate for such a tender song.
Joel Raney's setting of Michael W. Smith's Christmas song was commissioned by The Agape Ringers in loving memory of Debbie Perisho, who was with the ensemble for 13 years before losing her battle to cancer.
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The English carol I Saw Three Ships paints a vivid picture of Christmas morning: gleaming vessels in full sail, colorful flags snapping in the crisp air, and bells ringing out from churches. It was
This 1963 pop standard was released by Andy Williams for his first Christmas record and is a celebration and description of the many and varied activities associated with the holiday season. It focuses on
This whimsical take on the familiar German carol charmingly captures the joy of the season. The offbeat rhythms, scale work and malleted sections perfectly illustrate the excitement we see in children at
This collection includes bell tree solos, with keyboard, for the entire Christmas season from Advent through Epiphany. Each title begins with a familiar melody, followed by a variation. Options are given
This new setting of the classic Christmas hymn tune CRANHAM is made accessible by the masterful arranging of Cynthia Dobrinski. With minimal bell changes and a straightforward presentation, this is ideal
Arranger Jerry Westenkuchler takes three Christmas carols: I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day; Ding Dong! Merrily on High and Carol of the Bells, and weaves them together with an original
This medley of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing and Angels We Have Heard on High bursts forth with exuberance and rhythmic delight. The music comes to life with an abundance of stopped sounds
Starting with an ethereal opening, the tune appears first in fragments supported by singing bells and bass choir chimes until finally moving forward in a driving presentation of this Christmas spiritual.
With suspended bells quietly calling O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, the scene is set for the urgency and excitement that will soon proclaim the good news.The faster tempo, minor backdrop and tabled
The ancient tune PERSONENT HODIE is given an energetic and compelling rhythmic treatment in this jubilant Christmas carol. The catchy accompaniment figure combined with tambourine, finger cymbals, hand drum
The ethereal sound of singing bells opens this lovely arrangement which combines two haunting Christmas melodies, the Appalachian folk tune I Wonder as I Wander and Coventry
With her new Twelve Bells +1 for Christmas, Patricia Cota adds another exciting collection to her very successful Twelve Bells series. All are creative arrangements that are
Malleted handbells, combined with a colorful splash of handchimes for special effects in many variations, bring to life this dynamic presentation. Once again, Arnold Sherman has adapted a piano work of Joel
These reproducible settings by Lloyd Larson are quickly performance-ready, needing little rehearsal. Engaging arrangements of eight familiar carols and hymn tunes guarantee broad appeal to both
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