This creative arrangement of a traditional Irish tune starts off with a Renaissance flair featuring open harmonies and tenor drum. This gives way to a sedate middle verse introducing handchime accompaniment
The perfect offering for that sensitive moment in your Christmas program or service, this refreshing take allows the listener to rediscover the beauty of this timeless carol. The unique arrangement involves
The tune PUER NOBIS is found in many hymnals with several different texts and titles. Use whatever title best suits your needs for this gleeful and grand arrangement. Ringers will enjoy interesting
The French carol NOEL NOUVELET is given a fresh treatment in this sparkling setting. The malleted chromatic runs are easily achieved yet give a harmonic complexity to the accompaniment. The optional
The well-known Christmas tune is given a delicate, introspective arrangement perfect for a quiet, meditative moment in any church service or concert. Flowing arpeggios underscore the piece, and unexpected
The hymn tune rings through in this straightforward arrangement that is perfectly suited for small and beginning ensembles. Mallets, thumb damps, martellato lifts, and shakes distinguish the charming
The Christmas angels announce the joy of Christ's birth in this medley of beloved carols! This piece will make a bold statement at your Christmas services and concerts. It can be mastered with minimal
With minimal bell changes, Terry Osman's beautiful setting will make a striking addition to your Epiphany service. The middle section of the arrangement offers a flowing eighth-note accompaniment that is a
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
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The Christmas favorite GO TELL IT has been arranged by John A. Behnke for 3–5 octave handbells and handchimes. Level III. This arrangement uses echoes, martellato, chimes with vibrato, and shakes to
Christmas Bells, by Sondra K. Tucker, is a delightful medley of three cherished carols: On This Day Earth Shall Ring (PERSONENT HODIE), I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day (WALTHAM), and Ding Dong! Merrily
A joyous arrangement from Lauran Delancy of Luther’s Christmas hymn, VOM HIMMEL HOCH, for 3–5 octave handbells and optional 3 or 5 octave handchimes. Level III. The opening measures of bell peal
A distinctive style is used to great success in this creative setting of a German carol. Bells and chimes echo each other following the opening fanfare. Everything is malleted for verse two to create
Bells, chimes and the singing bell technique are combined to create a mystical feel at the start and ending of this well-known carol. This arrangement involves most ringers throughout in very
This peaceful setting is scored for bells, chimes and C instrument and includes the tunes AUSTRIAN CAROL and THE COVENTRY CAROL. The solo instrument often carries the melody and is moderately easy.
Expertly combining the tunes VENITE ADOREMUS with IN DUCI JUBILO this arrangement is scored for bells and chimes. The piece begins gently and effectively and moves creatively into a more joyous exultation.
Amy Grant's poignant and haunting contemporary Christmas classic has been set for 3-7 octave handbells and optional handchimes. The opening suspended mallets create an ethereal backdrop for this well-known
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
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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
The revered Hallelujah Chorus receives a fresh treatment in this lilting arrangement. Thoughtful and well-placed martellato lifts and malleted bells punctuate this crowd-pleasing piece.
O Come Rejoicing, a traditional Polish carol, invites you on a journey to the manger to visit the newborn King. Hart Morris' delightful arrangement captures the joy and playfulness inherent in the
This very flexible arrangement of the beloved carol may be played by bells alone, or together with any or all of the optional forces. A handbell peal accompanied by bell tones in the trumpets is featured in
This short arrangement is a bold fanfare on Angels We Have Heard on High. Cathy Moklebust creatively uses chromatics, shakes, swings and LVs to help create a joyful piece. This composition will
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