Celebrate Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem with this dynamic arrangement from the pen of Jason W. Krug. The fanfare and processional statements of the tune frame a sensitive hand chime presentation
"Amen, we praise your name, O God" is the translation of this Swahili title, and it will be a joyous and uplifting yet accessible addition to your worship. Jubilant beginning and ending sections are
A minimum quantity of 6 is required on this title.
As with joy, handbells can take on many colors. This arrangement brings out those different colors through the variety of techniques used to express all the sounds of the instrument. Easily learned, ringers
Dan Edwards' happy and accessible setting of the hymn Come, Thou Almighty King is usable at many times during the year. Optional parts for triangle (or finger cymbals), tambourine, hand drum and
An attainable arrangement for developing choirs, this piece uses mallets, thumb damps, echo, and shakes to accentuate the majestic tune in a pleasing and challenging way.
Commissioned for the Handbell Musicians of America, Area 8 2016 Festival/Conference, Despite the Storm is an original composition for handbells, optional handchimes, and optional flute. It features
This accessible arrangement of the tune DIX provides opportunities for the melody to be shared by both treble and bass ringers. Special techniques include shakes on the bells and optional vibrato if using
This ethereal arrangement reflects the sleepy town of Bethlehem on the night that Christ was born. Coming together with little effort, the 2-3 and 3-5 octave arrangements are compatible for use in massed
The hymn tune LAUDA ANIMA is the source of this majestic arrangement which is appropriate throughout the church year. Beginning with a fanfare introduction, the first stanza is presented in a powerful,
This hymn tune is often associated with the hymns I Know My Redeemer Lives and Jesus Shall Reign. A lovely and accessible setting, this joyful arrangement is an appropriate addition to any
After a short fanfare introduction, Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart presents the hymn tune MARION in three settings: a traditional 4/4 hymn form; a more meditative setting in 3/4 time, with the melody in
Cathy Moklebust has arranged the 17th-century Dutch tune VRUECHTEN for 3–6 octave handbells. Level II+. This festive arrangement is appropriate on Easter Sunday or at any time throughout the Easter
This majestic original composition features a sense of inner confidence, with a stately accompaniment of quarter notes and eighth note triplets utilized through much of the piece, which facilitates quick
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