Ringer I plays the melody while Ringer II plays plays harmony. Both are supported by a flowing piano accompaniment. The 48 measure piece may be lengthened by observing repeats.
The 12 toners system is designed for those for whom the complexities of music notation would be overwhelming. This system of color coding is thoroughly explained in the forward, followed by 10 classical
This collection of 10 carols and seasonal songs can be played individually for many occasions, but was put together in this format especially for ringers to provide continuous music in a small space with
This collection contains a type of shorthand notation where either bells or chimes can quickly add color and texture to a congregational hymn. The 122-page reproducible book features 50 accompaniments that
Adoration was inspired by Revelation 5:13. “Then I heard every creature in heaven and on earth and under the earth and on the sea, and all that is in them, saying: ‘To him who sits on the throne
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This traditional hymn is presented in a straightforward arrangement that can be played by young players or by players with little rehearsal time. This two octave arrangement is between 1:30 and 2:00 minutes
This song works particularly well with beginning bell players. The dotted half note/quarter note motive that occurs throughout this piece is an excellent introduction to dotted rhythms. At almost 2 minutes
These four beginning pieces are designed to be played by beginning ringers of any age. The arrangements include lyrics and are written with strong melody lines. The harmonies are mostly simple chords or
Here are two patriotic songs for beginning bell players. Playable on handbells, tone chimes or hand chimes, these arrangements of "America (My Country 'Tis of Thee) and "America the Beautiful" are perfect