Ron Mallory takes a fresh look at one of the most popular Christian songs ever written. After a common-time intro, Mallory puts the melody in 3/4 time and the piece dances. Don't miss the opportunity to
Two noncompatible settings of the well-known spiritual. Mallets, marts, and echoes are a part of the charm of these arrangements. Good for educational settings as well as short church pieces. Excellent
The compositional choices of the arrangers make this a great setting of this beautiful Irish tune. The melody is passed throughout the choir and accompanied by eighth notes. Echos and a repetition of
With a sense of inevitability, Kevin McChesney offers this excellent arrangement of a beautiful German chorale tune. The introduction and transitions utilize the first seven notes of the chorale to give
This versatile arrangement of the popular hymn Brethren, We Have Met to Worship is engaging and powerful. Using handchimes, shakes and LVs, Mr. Hanson sets a joyful mood for worship, festival
This simple setting of a favorite melody begins with a quiet introduction. The melody is first heard in the upper voices accompanied by quarter notes. It is then repeated in the middle voices
Master arranger Kevin McChesney gives this familiar tune a truly triumphant character. The setting uses 3-6 octaves of handbells and optional handchimes and keyboard. Although the keyboard is optional, it
Based on an old hymn, this energetic new praise song is being used around the world, and this lovely setting captures it well. The few sixteenth-note patterns are repeated several times, tasteful
Kevin McChesney brings something intriguing and new to this traditional favorite hymn, with swings near the beginning to staccato notes, marts, and shakes that give the familiar
Three beloved spirituals - Steal Away; Swing Low, Sweet Chariot and Deep River - are combined in this peaceful, thoughtful arrangement that will soothe the soul and uplift the spirits
This lovely hymn by Melody Green has made its way into many newer hymnals, and this sensitive, contemporary arrangement builds to a triumphant last stanza that perfectly expresses its message of faith.
While optional, handchimes figure prominently (and beautifully!) in the melody of this familiar hymn tune. This tender and thoughtful arrangement will be accessible to many choirs, with only
A variety of techniques, including the singing bell, and optional handchimes figure prominently in this moving arrangement that uses both Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence and O Sacred Head Now
As the title so aptly puts it, this medley of Sunday School favorites, including, I Am a C-H-R-I-S-T-I-A-N; The B-I-B-L-E; Deep and Wide and more, is all kinds of cheerful! Hand claps and
Kevin McChesney presents an arrangement of the well-known German tune that is bold, dynamic, and stirring, whether played by handbells alone or with the added organ or brass. A MUST for worship or
This setting of a beautiful praise-and-worship song combines several handbell articulations into a nice, flowing arrangement. Whether your listeners know this song or not, they will love the beautiful music
This arrangement is indeed bright and beautiful! With mallets, pluck, thumb damp, shake, and martellato to enhance the texture, it is also bold ,but accessible to both developing and more advanced
Jeff Hall's flowing setting for handbells and keyboard will create a memorable moment during worship services or concert programs. Shakes are the only technique employed, as this arrangement is kept simple
A strong, versatile setting of one of the great hymns of the church. Mallets, shake, LV, martellato, and mallet lift add emphasis to this bold and reverent declaration of faith.
Based on Psalm 150:4, this original composition by Ron Mallory features a driving rhythm, lots of staccato notes and a lively tempo. Tambourine and finger cymbals are optional, but add so much to this
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