Julie Stitt has arranged two well-known songs by Marty Haugen for handbells, optional handchimes and flute. This setting captures the beauty of these tunes and offers them in interesting and moving ways.
This setting of the hymn tune HERNDON is very well crafted and musically interesting. The lower bells carry the melody at times, and a key change helps to heighten the mood. Good for when your church is
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An excellent arrangement of an American folk hymn. Well crafted, it has minor challenges that can be worked out in slowing the tempo down during rehearsals. This piece is musically and artistically
This arrangement opens with a busy malleted bass line and lots of syncopation in the upper bells. Chimes are used for the melody and a short echo portion. There is an exciting key change and a powerful
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
The classic hymn Come, Thou Almighty King has been given a highly accessible new setting by Anna Laura Page. It is based on the ITALIAN HYMN and is appropriate for general worship services
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
Here’s a jaunty setting of the hymn tune MADRID. Set in 3/4 time and using techniques such as malleting and LV, this charming setting will serve your choirs well for many seasons to come.
Veteran composer Bob Burroughs gives us a delightful setting of the beloved Thanksgiving hymn. Expertly arranged to sound full and glorious, your handbell choir will enjoy the various special
Using swing rhythms and nontraditional harmonies, Oh, How Jesus Loves Me combines two beloved gospel hymns, Jesus Loves Me and Oh, How I Love Jesus. Energize your worship
Audiences will enjoy this exciting, modern rendition of the classic Shaker tune, Simple Gifts. Syncopated rhythms and using martellato, martellato lift, or shakes to accent a note or
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,
Here is a vibrant and energetic setting of the well-known hymn tune. The malleted rhythm is complicated, but once learned it is repetitive, making the bass line easier to learn. A softer middle section
A bright, energetic setting of the familiar African song, Siyahamba, featuring extensive use of martellato and other stopped sounds that provide excitement and make this a fun piece for
This accessible setting makes extensive use of the singing bell technique to support a single handbell melody line and create a very lyrical treatment of this tune. Suitable for Lent or general use, this
This arrangement, subtitled All Through the Night, is full of harmonic surprises, making it a lot of fun for ringers to rehearse and audiences to hear. Two martellato lifts after three long notes
This flowing, expressive medley of two wonderful worship hymns, Holy Is the Lord and Holy, Holy, Holy will be appropriate for any season of the church year. Although easily
Moving forward at a brisk pace, this powerful rendition uses marts, mart lifts, shakes and optional trumpet to enhance a strong, dramatic message of faith. Thumb damps and light syncopation in the optional
The tune MARTYRDOM enjoys a Celtic treatment in this accessible Karen Thompson arrangement that cleverly uses mallet rolls and grace notes for a bagpipe effect. Also known as Alas and Did My Savior
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
This arrangement of the hymn tune REPTON by C. Hubert H. Parry (also known as How Clear is Our Vocation, Lord and Father of Mankind), is very accessible and provides good
This simple setting of the classic hymn, also known as Ash Grove, provides a charming addition to any worship service or school program. With notes a quarter note or larger, thumb damps and a
Original introductory and transitional music is combined with two recognized hymn tunes to create an offering for Thanksgiving or any moment of thankful worship. Includes For the Beauty of the Earth
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