Exultation is a spirited original piece with a catchy and memorable theme. Mart lifts and mallet work make this piece dance along. Yet contrast is provided with beautiful lyric interludes. Suitable
A fantastic multicultural feature for your handbell choir! Available for 2-3 or 3-5 octave bell choir with optional claves, maracas, congas, or bongos. The percussion parts are available in the full score
This upbeat original piece was commissioned by the Handbell Musicians of America Area 7 in honor of their Area Chair, Lori Potter. In ABA form, the reflective B section contrasts the rhythmic and joyously
An original handbell piece, inspired by Revelations 22:1 "Then the angel showed me the river of the water of life, as clear as crystal, flowing from the throne of God." This piece is at home in either
In 6/8, "joy" is expressed in a Celtic-like melody which then gives way to "remembrance" in a slower but no less joyful middle section in 3/4. The opening material returns with some 16th-note flourishes.
Martin Shaw's choral classic transfers well to handbells and is accessible for ensembles at almost any level. Full chords and lush harmonies abound, adding to the celebratory air of the piece. The tempo
Written for choirs in Hay River, Canada, this piece features a percussive bass rhythm that builds in intensity as the piece develops. The melody is Level 1, and the repeating rhythms in the bass are quickly
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