Based on OLD HUNDREDTH, this jubilant setting starts quietly and simply, then builds adding layer upon layer of sound before the hymn tune arrives in canon. With lots of rhythmic fun, your ringers and
A beautiful original, written for the composer's wedding, consisting of a flowing eighth-note texture for bells. An optional piano accompaniment and optional solo parts for two C instruments are included
A spiritual set in an interesting and superb way using a unique combination of bells and chimes, with special effects in the bells, that creates energy and vitality throughout the composition. This is an
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.
This arrangement of James Moore's venerable hymn is perfect for communion or for a baptism. The use of suspended mallets and optional handchimes evokes a warm and inviting sound to the listener. This is an
While beautiful and noble as a standalone handbell edition, this arrangement glows with excitement when paired with compatible organ, brass, timpani, and choral scores. An excellent choice for any special
Suspended mallets in upper bells introduce this moving original composition for 3, 4, or 5 octave handbells. Lush arpeggiated chords, enhanced by LVs, provide a flowing harmony for the simple yet beautiful
Shall We Gather at the River never sounded so inviting and so pleasant as it does in this thoughtful rendition. Flowing harmonies and tender phrasing accentuate the melody in this arrangement, so
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
James Leith Macbeth Bain (1860-1925) was a Scottish hymn writer who became known to his peers as Brother James. Michael Mazzatenta's setting reverently pays homage to Bain's tune and to the tranquil,
Arranged with optional horn in F or trombone, this piece brings a fresh voice to a well-known tune. It will warmly enhance any worship service or provide a sparkling element to concerts. The horn or
The Iona Community is an ecumenical Christian organization in Scotland founded in 1938, committed to social and economic justice and the inclusion of the most vulnerable members of society. Composer John
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 arrangement is rated at a difficulty level of 1+, making it an excellent choice for youth or developing ensembles. It's also a great selection for Christ the King Sunday. The optional use of thumb
A flowing introduction played on handchimes gently leads into the first of three well-known Irish tunes, Morning has Broken. A stirring setting of The King of Love My Shepherd Is
The English tune O WALY, WALY (The Water is Wide) is paired with NEW BRITAIN (Amazing Grace) in this lovely setting. Singing bells and suspended malleted bells set the mood, and pervasive
This charming suite of original music, subtitled Three Meditations for Two Octaves, incorporates the following movements: Our Hearts Are Open, Lord; I Long for You, Jesus and Cantate
An openinq majestic fanfare introduces the Ode to Joy melody with an ostinato in the higher bells combined with syncopation and staccato notes for a light, contemporary feel. Mixed meters from
Clever use of the flute enhances a beautifully written arrangement of the esteemed gospel hymn. The lovely, expressive hymn alludes to the Sermon on the Mount, when Jesus reminds us of God's loving
This stimulating and fast-paced setting matches the glorious mood and style of the awe-inspiring hymn. Marts, mart lifts, echoes and thumb damps add a bit of sparkle to the middle section, yet the
Combining two beloved hymns into one handsome offering, Linda Lamb calls on a number of specialty techniques to bring these melodies into view. Your congregation will recognize both the Royal Oak
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 cloud of mystery created by the Singing Bell technique is soon replaced by a fast-paced mode of excitement featuring an energized and syncopated melody. The fantasy, a great choice for most worship
Suitable throughout the church year, this setting of traditional Irish tune STAR OF COUNTY DOWN presents a rolling, turning eighth note pattern within a beautiful Celtic atmosphere. Grace notes, mallets and
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