Extensive use of handchimes throughout this arrangement give the LAUDES DOMINI hymn tune a fresh setting. Moving along at quick tempo, the piece has contrasting sections in major and minor with interesting
Opening with a motive based on the first three notes of the melody, this dynamic setting will be a welcome addition to any worship, concert, or festival experience. Filled with contrasting sections of
This is an energetic and joyous arrangement of the tunes OLD HUNDREDTH and ST. FLAVIAN. Exciting LV eighth note patterns, rich, full chords, and the optional use of handchimes make this piece a
The cheerful melody and spirited pace of this jubilant original composition will delight worshipers and concert-goers. The melody moves between major and minor, bass and treble, then concludes with a fiery
This uplifting arrangement melds together two melodies associated with the text Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing. WARRENTON makes use of martellato and malleted accompaniment patterns and is
This buoyant original composition by Brenda Austin is a beautiful affirmation of praise, inspired by Psalm 150:6. In addition to standard stopped-sound techniques, ringers will enjoy executing the mallet
With constant flowing sixteenth notes, arranger Matthew Compton gives the tune BEACH SPRING a refreshing and meditative setting. Well worth the challenge, this arrangement will make a fine addition to any
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This warm, lovely transcription by Kimberlee Strepka stems from Dan Goeller's orchestration of the tune HYFRYDOL. The C instruments are not optional and provide a contemplative, reflective mood that's
This new setting of CORONATION is brimming with energy and excitement! It contrasts a malleted accompaniment in the outer sections with a flowing triplet motif in the middle. Sure to be a
We are excited to present a classic from quartet literature, now set for full choir! Blaze was made famous by Velocity Handbell Ensemble and is a showcase for bells. Set in Flamenco
Brimming with excitement, this new setting of the cherished hymn Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee is sure to challenge and thrill ringers and listeners alike. Alternating time signatures,
Composed for the 2012 International Handbell Symposium in Liverpool, England, this work is based on the tune Liverpool by John Roberts. Heard throughout is a contrasting motif formed by spelling
This flexible arrangement offers performance options for great value and versatility. It can be a combined performance for two choirs (4-5 octave and 3 octave), or a featured number for one 4-5 octave
This energetic, beloved hymn setting is perfect for Christ the King Sunday or any time of celebration during the church year. Engage and delight ringers and listeners alike with this celebratory
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