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...
With marts, thumb damps, and echoes as well as rhythm sticks, this piece is a creative way to teach bell techniques. It is also fun and musically engaging. Don't miss Deck the Halls!
In an arrangement she did for the Raleigh ringers, this advanced piece uses the Irish tune GARTAN combined with Holst's CRANHAM to create an ethereal experience. The work that it will take to prepare this...
A stunning medley of Away in a Manger and Infant Holy, Infant Lowly. Chimes enter on the melody accompanied by a delicate, broken-chord line in the treble bells to open the work. The...
This is a beautiful setting of an old German tune. Micheal Mazzatenta is establishing himself as one of the finest composers and arrangers of our time. Don't miss this spectacular holiday treat....
This beloved Christmas song is superbly arranged by Kevin McChesney for handbell choir with a new arrangement for solo handbells and piano. This beautiful composition will be enjoyed by ringers and audience...
Add a dimension of beauty to your Advent and Christmas season with Jeff Hall's lovely setting of this traditional carol. It includes a part for violin or C-instrument.
This familiar tune of the Ukranian bell song is set in a highly rhythmic and driving 4/4 meter. Accompanied by claves, and including several creative syncopations, this piece will challenge your choir....
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...
With flute, handbell, and handchimes, Hart Morris creates a thing of joy and beauty. Creatively interweaving the melody through key changes, the idiomatic flute part and the overall rhythmic vitality that...
This lovely carol (words included) beautifully expresses the wonder of Christmas. Written for bells or chimes with a simple flute part. Excellent for new ringers.
Bill Ingram combines O Worship the King and Come, Thou Almighty King in a very accessible arrangement. Useful in general services as well as Christ the King Sunday.
Do we really need another arrangement of Carol of the Bells? When you hear this unique Nicholas Hanson setting, the answer will be a resounding YES! An exciting rhythmic pulse underlies this...
This beautiful setting of the beloved carol will soulfully enhance Advent and Christmas performances. With mallets, pluck, LV, and thumb damps, this lovely arrangement should be simple for most choirs.
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