This energetic setting of Prepare the Way, O Zion will triumphantly set the stage for Advent. Ringers will enjoy the forward motion of this arrangement, which incorporates the beloved HYFRYDOL
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This Advent medley begins with LV and the hymn Savior of the Nations, Come, then moves into a gently syncopated accompaniment supporting O Come, O Come, Emmanuel. Then with subtle touch,
Joel Raney's setting of Michael W. Smith's Christmas song was commissioned by The Agape Ringers in loving memory of Debbie Perisho, who was with the ensemble for 13 years before losing her battle to cancer.
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This medley of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing and Angels We Have Heard on High bursts forth with exuberance and rhythmic delight. The music comes to life with an abundance of stopped sounds
This shimmering arrangement of the beloved Christmas carol is contemporary in style. A syncopated, repetitive motive unites this piece with undulating rhythmic vitality. The restrained energy of this piece
This show-stopping new arrangement is filled with joyful energy. The opening section is driven by bass mallet work and a fun 7/8 meter while the middle section provides contrast with handchimes. For an
Jason Krug's arrangement of this little-known Christmas tune is sure to delight ringers and audiences. The tune is introduced in an ethereal opening with chimes and malleted suspended bells before
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 unique interpretation on the traditional hymn tune, this arrangement's haunting opening melody immediately elicits vivid imagery of shepherds traversing a cold, dark night to see the newborn King. It
Full of rhythmic energy, this 15th-century English carol will make a festive addition to Christmas concerts and events that call for a Renaissance flair. Open fifths and syncopations in every register
This lively 17th-century French carol opens as a jaunty dance as two women, Jeannette and Isabella, run to the manger to see the Christ Child. The quieter middle section incorporates handchimes and is more
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