Haunting and lovely, the arrangement of this Welsh tune will challenge the musicality of your ensemble. A delicate, exposed opening statement of the theme gives way to a flowing variation set over an
A very lovely piece with smooth flowing lines, this expressive original composition is composed in ABA form, with echoes used for interest in the middle section. The return of the original theme builds to a
This energetic, joyous original composition employs constant eighth-note carillon patterns and extensive use of LV in a piece that shimmers from beginning to end. The inclusion of the hymn tune LAUDA ANIMA
Ideal for any concert or worship service, this impressionistic composition was inspired by the series of paintings by Claude Monet depicting the varying light shining on Rouen Cathedral throughout the day.
Bringing the spirit and joy of the hymn's text to the forefront, this exuberant song of hope is exciting for the whole congregation. The fast-paced malleted or thumb-damped sections are a joy to ring!
This majestic, regal arrangement, with its bold and dramatic introduction, is the perfect prelude or offertory selection to shake the rafters. Syncopation of the traditional hymn melody gives it a modern
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 piece based on the tune Star of the County Down was commissioned by Area 7. With options for a flute and boudran and creative use of marts, ring touches, echoes, and thumb damps, this 3-6
The original fanfare introduction with its dotted rhythms leads into a bold statement of this cherished carol. A contrasting rubato section in the middle leads back into a rousing final stanza, which
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Rhythmic and upbeat, this arrangement will encourage vibrant and energetic praise of God. It includes a variety of mallet and stopped sounds, a slower middle section that can be played on handchimes, and an
Liven up your Sunday worship with this medley of two African American spirituals. This piece will engage your ringers with syncopation and dotted eighth and sixteenth rhythms, as well as various stopped
The revered Hallelujah Chorus receives a fresh treatment in this lilting arrangement. Thoughtful and well-placed martellato lifts and malleted bells punctuate this crowd-pleasing piece.
With suspended bells quietly calling O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, the scene is set for the urgency and excitement that will soon proclaim the good news.The faster tempo, minor backdrop and tabled
A lilting amalgamation of Good Christian Friends, Rejoice and Here We Come A-Wassailing provides the opportunity to use a handbell tree or other solo instrument in combination with
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