Three variations of Amazing Grace weave a lovely tapestry of this beloved tune: Part 1 showcases the single-line melody with a very simple accompaniment; Part 2 enlivens the tune with an obbligato part in the treble - and the melody and stronger rhythmic statement in the lower bells; Part 3 is bolder yet, with richer chording and some harmonic interest. It's perfect for any part of a worship service. Notes on setting up a Bell Tree and ways to practice Bell Trees at home are included. This lovely rendition of Amazing Grace can be played by a full choir in different ranges depending on how many ringers and the range of bells you have at hand. A Bell Tree is optional for the highest octave in all cases. Very flexible and useful in school and church settings.