This grace-filled piece reflects the blues of sin and the rhythmic joy of God's forgiveness! As a hymn focused on Christian unity, it is useful throughout the entire church year. The arrangement makes use
This festive setting of WIE SCHOEN LEUCHTET begins with a simply stated melody in the bass and a cascading treble-bell peal. This is followed by a meditative middle section featuring continuously moving
This is a straightforward three-stanza setting of LAUDA ANIMA. After the opening fanfare and first stanza, the second stanza is more subdued, employing mallets (or plucking, if desired), a treble-clef
The sturdy tune EBENEZER slowly builds to a strong dance of praise in this arrangement by Jeffrey Honore for 3 or 5 octave handbells. Level III. Over this journey, we hear other tunes that name Jesus, the
Quietly reflecting Gerald P. Coleman’s meaningful and heartfelt text, Sandra Eithun has arranged The Lamb (WINTER) for 3–6 octave handbells, optional handchimes, and optional solo or
The traditional Israeli melody PROMISED ONE is arranged by Hart Morris for 3-5 octave handbells and optional 3-4 octave handchimes, with optional B-flat clarinet and string bass. Level III. The key may be
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
An arrangement by John A. Behnke of MENDELSSOHN DA PACEM (Grant Peace, We Pray, in Mercy, Lord) for 3-5 octave handchimes or handbells. Level II. The gorgeous, flowing accompaniment supports Felix
An arrangement of David N. Johnson's tune EARTH AND ALL STARS for handbells and handchimes. This tune is used at Easter with Alleluia, Jesus Is Risen and year round with Earth and All
This setting of The Church's One Foundation in 3/4 time and cleverly combines with the well-known Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring. Useful throughout the church year and for
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
An introspective and powerful arrangement by Sandra Eithun of the well-loved hymn for handbells, with options for handchimes and trumpet. This hymn, based on HERZLICH LIEB, is appropriate for All Saints'
A dance-like arrangement by Hart Morris of the Reformation tune GOTT SEI GELOBET UND GEBENEDEIET for handbells, with optional flute and percussion. This delightful setting fits perfectly at any
A collection of four Reformation hymns arranged for 3 or 5 octave handbells by Lauran Delancy. Level II-III. Arrangements include: By Grace I'm Saved; Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Your Word;
The hymn tune DUKE STREET has been artfully arranged in this stately declaration of faith, with a beautiful middle section in minor mode, and thumb damps highlighting the melody. Also known as Jesus
Based on the hymn tune STEPHANOS, this sweet and quiet setting is a great choice for moments of quiet reflection. No additional techniques are used, but none are necessary to let the music and the message
The beloved hymn tune HYMN TO JOY is transformed into an exceptional fanfare setting by Kevin McChesney. Featuring a malleted bass line and optional handchime melody with a delightful ostinato in the upper
Arranged for the beginning choir, this wonderful collection of Communion favorites is not only achievable, but also provides a way to showcase newly learned techniques. Full chords, martellato, swings,
This beautiful arrangement is based on the hymn tune DEN STORE HVIDE FLOK. A simple and effective introduction, using singing bells and random ringing with the melody gently balanced between, is followed by
This fanfare, based on the hymn tune DARWALL'S 148th and commonly known as Rejoice the Lord Is King, is a delightful declaration of faith. With shakes, martellato lifts and thumb damps added
Arranged in the style of a lovely Renaissance dance, the hymn tune RENDEZ A DIEU attributed to Louis Bourgeois has been arranged by Jeffrey Honore for 3 to 5 octave handbells and handchimes. Alternating
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