Commissioned for the Handbell Musicians of America, Area 8 2016 Festival/Conference, Despite the Storm is an original composition for handbells, optional handchimes, and optional flute. It features
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
Brilliant 16th note passages and malleted bass chords highlight this show-stopping adaptation for bells! A festive dialog between treble and bass bells creates different colors, dynamics and textures. The
Commissioned by Handbell Musicians of America Area 8 for the June 2014 "Ring Davenport" festival, this original work takes its name from the marking "Tempo Giusto," meaning "the proper tempo." Marts,
A dramatic original consisting of two contrasting sections, this piece will thrill and challenge the very best bell choirs. The Pavane section includes a flowing treatment with a beautiful harmonic
Jazz riffs and interesting chords give this spiritual arrangement a lot of character and life! EF and BC ringers will be challenged with lots of bell changes, but everyone will enjoy working on this
Composed for the Greater Dallas Handbell Association, Tower Praises begins as though we were hearing tower bells from afar in the countryside. The entire piece has many slow, drifting scale
The Four Seasons is undoubtedly one of Vivaldi's greatest works. This setting for handbells includes short movements that contain the main themes of the work. They may be performed separately or as
This fun and rhythmically syncopated original handbell piece will appeal to your advanced bell choir in either a concert or worship setting. Beginning with a heroic opening section, the piece transitions to
Ring, Zing, Swing! is a jazzy, fun number where high, middle (battery), and low bells all get a chance to improvise. With catchy tunes and syncopated rhythms, the piece dances along.
Sondra Tucker expertly weaves the tunes SARANAM and GORDON into a meaningful composition. The piece is scored for 3-6 octave handbells and 3-5 octave handchimes. The bells and chimes play simultaneously as
The memorable melody of Springs of Joy uses eighth-note arpeggios supported by a waltz bass and intriguing harmonic shifts. The B section introduces a new key, an equally compelling melody in the
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