Perfect for two, three, or four ringers, each short carol is offered in four different ranges depending on which bells the ringers want to use: C5-C6 for one-octave groups; D5-D6 to keep space notes in the
Using only four or five ringers, these 11 acclamations can be used as processionals (the first eight measures can be repeated ad lib) or as interludes or responses. Often, the briefest snippet of a
Take 1 to 9 ringers on an “Adventure” with this spunky piece that showcases the virtuosity of 1 to 4 ringers playing a Level 2+ non-stop 8-bell 8th-note melody line (using Bell Tree,
Help your ringers develop artistry and musicianship, even if their technical skills are not yet highly developed. This arrangement of Lasst Uns Erfreuen provides an excellent vehicle for
Palm Sunday options abound with this accessible, flexible arrangement of the tune ST. THEODULPH. An optional, easily memorized processional is provided, followed by an arrangement of the hymn, which is
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.
The hymn tune OLD 100TH, known to many as the tune for the Doxology, is arranged here simply yet effectively, with LV, echo, shake, and martellato techniques enhancing the verses in this delightful setting.
Two etudes are included in this offering: the first is a study on LV, while the second etude focuses on swings. These pieces not only teach techniques, but they are also beautiful compositions for use in
The accessible Chime On reproducible collection will be useful in schools, churches and retirement centers. Written by seven master handbell composers and arrangers, the contents include a
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
Beginning ringers will enjoy this procession-like piece appropriate for worship, concert, or festival. An alternative title also makes it practical for use in school settings. Thumb damps and shakes are
Ringers and congregations alike will enjoy this outstanding medley that embodies the joy of Christmas. Tunes include ADESTE FIDELIS, REGENT SQUARE, and IR KINDERLEIN KOMMET. With minimal bell changes, your
This reproducible collection contains five joyous and energetic originals that will keep ringers happily busy. Excitement is enhanced through the use of a variety of handbell techniques, including one
A cheerful composition with an optional processional before the fanfare, the composer includes the hymn tune LOBE DEN HERREN (Praise to the Lord, the Almighty), offering a fitting complement to the
If you’re looking for a piece from Handel’s "Messiah" that is both accessible and satisfying, this arrangement fits the bill perfectly. Your ringers will love playing it, and your congregation
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
“Friendship” - a very special commission - celebrates the bond of friendship and the joy of ringing together. A cheeky melody showcases fun times in friendship while the middle section takes on
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
Useful for churches with beginning choirs, this arrangement of CHESTERFIELD will be a great addition to your advent season. In places, the rhythm of the melody is smoothed out to make it Level 1, yet it is
Christmas and handbells go together particularly well, and this reproducible collection of holiday hits is a fresh and fun touch for all sorts of gatherings: church, school, concerts, festivals, the
This beloved Christmas carol is given a fresh setting incorporating Pachelbel's familiar canon. After a lilting introduction, the melody is presented three times, with slight variations to the second and
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