This setting of the familiar hymn I Need Thee Every Hour is set for 3-octave handbells and 2-octave handchimes. Simple, plaintive and serene, this arrangement offers a lovely composition for your
This beautiful arrangement of the beloved Robert Lowry tune is a grand tour through Christian hymnody. Numerous hymn tunes are quoted throughout, usually between verses of the main tune, but occasionally as
This joyous and approachable arrangement of the well-known hymn is perfect for the smaller choir looking for a triumphant piece to play on Easter or throughout Eastertide. A driving malleted figure propels
Kerry Johnston’s exciting and uplifting original tune is a delightful syncopated frolic, sure to enchant ringers and audiences. Driving eighth notes underscore the memorable melody, which takes
This arrangement calls for 3-7 octave handbells, optional 3-octave handchimes and 3-octave auxiliary bells. Set in 6/8 time, this piece is particularly effective with numerous techniques used to accompany
This arrangement of two different hymn tunes associated with the same text moves through various moods and textures, giving each part of the ensemble the chance to shine. From an opening on suspended bells
Written in honor of master conductor and arranger Bill Griffin, this is a stunning arrangement by Jason Krug. Krug explores different harmonies to help distinguish each verse. He also takes the melody from
A haunting and melancholy accompaniment on chimes starts off this arrangement of the well-known hymn tune. Delicate and flowing sixteenth notes underpin the middle verse which leads into a triumphant and
Jason Krug expertly arranges the Thanksgiving tune ST. GEORGE'S WINDSOR for bells and chimes. There is also an optional flute part which is included in the handbell score.
This arrangement of the hymn tune BEECHER is a treat to hear and ring; it is approachable for most smaller ensembles. A straightforward setting of the tune leads into a verse played entirely with mallets
Robert James Lamb's creative setting of this early American melody is sure to delight listeners. Based around the Westminster Quarters change ring, which plays in one form or another throughout
"Grand" and "glorious" describe this transcription by Arnold Sherman of the piano arrangement by Craig Courtney. Written in the style of Aaron Copland, lush harmonies and driving syncopations abound,
In this thoughtful setting, the very ethereal beginning uses slow chimes and a malleted melody above. After a section emulating a flowing river, with the melody in a minor key, a fanfare heralds the
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