Each introit is for solo voice or unison choir (or solo instrument) and handbells. Titles included are: O Come O Come Emmanuel; Hark a Thrilling Voice is Sounding; Rejoice Rejoice Believers; and Savior
If you have 11-12 bells (ranging from D5 to A6), 3 music stands and 4-6 ringers then you can ring the seven Christmas songs in this ensemble folio. Great for traveling to all those bell outings, especially
Hand in Glove: Volume 2 for handbell ensemble is ideal for ringing in any setting. All that is needed for this set are 15 bells, 2-3 music stands, and 4-6 ringers. These
This series is a culmination of the arranger's work with children's handbell choirs. All volumes contain two versions of each piece, one for 2 octaves and one for 2 and 1/2 or 3 octaves. There are many
Simple, easy to understand pieces for children and beginners of any age. There are two versions of each title, one for 2 octaves and the other is for 2 1/2 - 3 octaves.
A simple four octave setting of two verses of this spiritual. A variety of textures and a few techniques (LV and mallets) help create a sense of depth and the ebb and flow of a great
Written for 3-octave handbells (29 used) and piano, this majestic and festive work is equally at home as a prelude in church or as an opening work in a concert. It may also be performed on handbells
Three titles make up this folio: Affirmation (being true to yourself and your high standards), Meditation (taking time to plan and reflect what is best for you) and Celebration
A slow tempo, a few altered harmonies, and simple counterpoint give the Ukrainian Bell Carol somewhat different feel and piquant quality. G Minor.
Those who have stood in a European city square and heard the morning bells from several towers, will recognize the echo technique that Mr. Dare uses in this, his original work.