This brilliant arrangement of the LANCASHIRE hymn tune features a fanfare-like introduction and closing section that build with excitement and interesting harmonies. Most of this setting is presented in...
This is a fantastic level 2 arrangement of a familiar scared tune. All positions will be active throughout, but the arranger groups low bells and high bells to add variety. Musically satisfying yet not...
This beautiful arrangement of the OLD RUGGED CROSS hymn tune is perfect for your Lenten or Holy Week services. The gentle treatment with straightforward ringing is presented with a flowing eighth-note...
Lloyd Larson creatively uses the tunes ELLACOMBE and ST. THEODULPH in this Palm Sunday composition. This setting actively involves all ringers and shares the melody between the bass bells. This solid...
This majestic arrangement makes a bold, clear statement of the traditional, familiar theme. Mixed meter from 3/4 to 6/8 and staccato notes add a thrilling element to the middle section, before...
Alternating back and forth between bells and chimes, interesting harmonic shifts, special effects and exciting fanfares combine to make this an extraordinary Easter arrangement. Scored for one or two...
This arrangement for choir, handbells and organ (or handchimes) is a powerful arrangement of the popular Advent chorale. The creative use of both groups combines to bring this festive text to life....
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