This simple setting is designed for a beginning bell or chime choir to sound full and accomplished through a conscious effort to keep all the ringers busy and happy. As a bonus, this arrangement can also be
This fun-filled setting is ideal for a smaller ensemble of six or seven ringers, staying within the three-octave range using only 14 bells from D4 to G6. This clever arrangement sacrifices nothing of the
This arrangement was specifically crafted for the three-octave bell choir and offers a gentle treatment of this hymn tune. With plenty of techniques to keep your ringers engaged, such as LVs, swings, echos
This serene arrangement allows every faithful follower a moment of reflection. Perfect for beginning choirs, Nancy Tipton's He Leadeth Me is a great tool for teaching the use of LV and
Not many handbell arrangements of this tender contemporary hymn tune exist. Scored for either 3-octave handbells or handchimes, this setting is quite accessible and appropriate for all worship occasions.
Ring and Sing the Seasons is a reproducible collection comprised of both seasonal and general use hymn arrangements. The arrangements feature very simple rhythms and chords for handbells or
An original composition titled Chapel Chimings, by Dan R. Edwards, for 3 octave handbells or handchimes. Level I. This piece brings to mind bells pealing from a small chapel, calling people to a time of
This 3-octave piece is scored for optional 2-octave handchimes and a C or B-fat instrument. Set in 6/8 time, this arrangement of the hymn God Will Take Care of You is colorful and
This simple song of praise will expose your beginning ringers to LV, swing, and echo techniques while being an impeccable selection for any service in which the cross is the focus. If your choir is playing
Sandra Eithun and Tammy Waldrop have teamed up again to create another outstanding collection of hymn-tune arrangements for three to six ringers. Each piece includes suggested bell assignments for the
New to the world of twelve-bell literature come these creative arrangements with titles spanning the church year. All Praise to Thee; O King Divine; At the Table; Be Thou My Vision; Breathe on Me,
Syncopation and creative harmonies make this setting unique, intriguing, and perfect for use throughout the year. The legato middle section of this three-part arrangement features an LV accompaniment.
An arrangement by Dan R. Edwards of a tune by Christoph Willibald Gluck from the famous opera "Orpheus and Euridice." The original text calls upon the Savior for peace and restoration. This
Echos, key changes and plucks are just some of the techniques used in this skillful arrangement of a Maori tune by Patricia Hurlbutt. Lovely and engaging, this is sure to be a welcome part of your
Beth Elston provides a flowing and meditative setting for this Robert Lowry tune. Handchimes highlight the beautifully expressive melody and the exquisite dynamic contrasts in this delightful
Included in this set of two hymns for developing ringers are Faith of Our Fathers and Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing. Ringers will have real parts to learn without a lot of extra notes
A simple expression of faith in a gentle 6/8 time for handbell sextet. Scored for three-octave handbells.
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 gentle accessible arrangement warmly embraces the nineth century tune CONDITOR ALME SIDERUM, and is equally beautiful whether performed on handbells or handchimes. The liberal use of LVs and open
A minimum quantity of 6 is required on this title.
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