This creative arrangement includes two well-known hymn tunes, All Glory Laud and Honor and Rejoice the Lord is King. Syncopated rhythms, use of mallets and featuring the melody
Harmonically and rhythmically enticing, this uplifting arrangement incorporates a different technique for each variation, using echoes, TD, mallets and shakes, that will challenge your ringers in
Cathy Moklebust's budget-stretching reproducible collection contains several well-known hymn tune arrangements and original compositions for use during various seasons of the church year, and is published
This latest publication in the "Flexible Favorites" series is usable throughout the Easter season as well as for Palm Sunday or Advent, using the alternate title Lift Up Your Heads, Ye Mighty
Begin your Palm Sunday services with this exciting setting of ST. THEODULPH. Including a melodic excerpt from Jean Sibelius's Karelia Suite, this majestic arrangement features bold chords and
Michael Helman has expertly arranged Larry Shackley's exuberant piano work, I Sing the Mighty Power of God, to create a perfect handbell piece for concerts, festivals, and worship services. The
For Palm Sunday, here is Joel Raney's powerful setting based on the hymn tune TRURO. The malleted triplet accompaniment provides just the right amount of interest for ringers and listeners alike.
A minimum quantity of 6 is required on this title.
Music from South Africa comes to handbells with this energetic setting with a fun groove that can be enhanced by optional handchimes, and congas, shakers, cowbell and guiro to add an authentic feel. The
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