This familiar tune is set simply yet creatively by Patricia Hurlbutt. With open fifths and an organum-like beginning, the piece evolves each stanza to a slightly different texture, culminating in a joyous
This spiritual is given a great setting by Patricia Hurlbutt. The middle of this arrangement has the bass bells playing the melody while trebles thumb damp. Groups of all ages will enjoy ringing this
This well-known vocal composition has been artfully arranged for handbells by Patricia Hurlbutt. Key changes, accidentals, and rhythms will challenge your ringers. This piece will enhance any Lenten or
Patricia Hurlbutt gives us a joyful and energetic setting of the African-American Spiritual Every Time I Feel the Spirit. Various stopped techniques and shakes add interest and excitement. This
Using John Goss' tune LAUDA ANIMA, Patricia Hurlbutt has created a strong piece for 3-5 octave handbells. Key shifts, malleted bells and joyous scale passages bring this beloved hymn to life. This
Using mallets and a compound meter, Patricia Hurlbutt gives a Celtic flare to this well-known gospel song. The bass notes even get the melody as the upper bells TD in a little jig before they take the lead
Joy abounds in this upbeat arrangement of the traditional Bohemian carol. Dynamic changes and various special techniques heighten a sense of playfulness. Joyful!
The minor tonality of the French folk tune PICARDY appropriately expresses the sense of awe and majesty of the text, and the use of handchimes and other simple techniques helps accentuate both text and
This arrangement of the 16th-century tune GELOBT SEI GOTT expresses the triumph of Easter in a dance-like setting. Encourage ringers to create a lightness and buoyancy by observing the strong downbeat and
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This arrangement of the Christmas hymn LOBT GOTT, IHR CHRISTEN uses grace notes and unexpected harmonies to create a fresh setting. Well written and engaging for ringers and listeners alike.
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 lilting English tune is sure to bring cheerfulness to any Christmas concert or worship service. The arrangement uses a variety of stopped techniques and syncopations that will keep everyone engaged
Patricia Hurlbutt's jaunty arrangement of this traditional German carol is sure to delight listeners this holiday season. The theme is set in 4/4 time instead of the usual 3/4, and syncopations abound. The
This Peruvian hymn tells of the glory of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. It appears in more than 16 hymnals and continues to gain popularity. This arrangement is packed with exuberance
This energetic arrangement will keep your ringers engaged and challenged with running eighth-note patterns and unexpected key changes. A perfect choice to open your Christmas concert or worship service,
This set of delightful variations brings new energy to this longstanding hymn tune. After an initial declaration of the tune, the first variation is characterized by jaunty thumb damps and malleting, while
Ring in the Advent season with this merry setting of the French tune BESANCON. Stopped techniques such as martellato, mallet, and thumb damp as well as martello lifts add to this dynamic setting. This will
Your ringers will love playing this bluesy and fun arrangement of this African American Spiritual. Melodic material is shared by both the treble and the bass bells, and the swing rhythms and
An arrangement of this Yiddish folk tune provides something different for your ensemble this holiday season. Flowing lines and simple rhythms give way to moving 16ths on the last verse, providing ensembles
A charming arrangement of the spiritual He Arose (ASCENSIUS) uses marts, echos, TD and shakes. Very accessible and interesting arrangement for beginning choirs in both church and school.
This familiar carol begins simply then moves into variations with lots of techniques and several key changes. The final verse uses the full five octaves and ends in a grand manner.
Here is a graceful and dance-like setting that alternates between a lilting 3/4 and a sprightly 6/8. Two key changes highlight these shifts, and the piece culminates with a brief passage marked presto.
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