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A lovely arrangement of an organ piece by Liszt. Handbells and chimes are both used creatively throughout. Great for concert or services.
This masterful transcription of the Bourree from Bach's Partita No. 1 in B Minor for Violin is a challenge not for the faint of heart! The upbeat tempo, constantly flowing notes, and extreme
This collection offers reproducible handbell or handchime arrangements of several well-known themes from the classical music world. Ringers will enjoy the opportunity of ringing these wonderful masterpieces
Brilliant 16th note passages and malleted bass chords highlight this show-stopping adaptation for bells! A festive dialog between treble and bass bells creates different colors, dynamics and textures. The
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A lovely composition for handbell quartet in Baroque style, with lyric sections followed by T.D. and Pluck sections for contrast and interest. A good choice for church, school, or concert hall. Scored for
Valerie Stephenson uses the familiar chordal pattern used in Pachelbel's famous Canon in D to craft a beautiful original piece that is ideal for any programmatic setting in schools or churches.
This sprightly setting of the tune IN DIR IS FREUDE will be a joyous addition to worship, concerts, and festivals. The shifting feel of the meter between two and three creates rhythmic excitement and
Dan Edwards has woven three much-loved Messiah themes into a very satisfying and accessible arrangement for handbells or handchimes. Includes portions of: And the Glory of the Lord; For Unto Us a Child
Audiences love this familiar Baroque piece and will enjoy it even more when played on a series of bell trees. Transposed into the key of C, the piece can be played on bell trees from G4 to C6 or G7, with
A setting of Handel’s Suite No. 7 in G minor, this handbell transcription is well crafted and a sheer delight to hear. Passacaille, the French term noted by Handel in the original score, is
This fun, riotous romp is ideal for the ensemble looking to step up its game and provide an energetic moment in either concert or worship. Played almost entirely with mallets on tabled bells, this driving
Haydn’s familiar "Surprise" symphony springs to life in this fun piece with thumb damps or marts and echoes. Optional repeats allow for a longer performance. Easy eighth-note runs for a few ringers
Playable on either handbells or handchimes, this set of short classical arrangements will be useful in worship, school, and concert settings. Christoph Gluck's lovely Minuet (Arioso) is a
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