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
Just as I Am and Will the Circle be Unbroken are set together in this unique arrangement for bells and chimes. Add flute or violin for further color and beauty. Appealing textures unfold
This arrangement of the RESIGNATION hymn tune is for 3-6 octave handbells. The generous use of the LV technique creates a flowing texture that adds to the beauty of this hymn setting.
Extensive use of handchimes throughout this arrangement give the LAUDES DOMINI hymn tune a fresh setting. Moving along at quick tempo, the piece has contrasting sections in major and minor with interesting
A lively setting, highlighted by swings and martellato lifts in the upper bells, this brings a fresh new feel to the traditional hymn. Flowing lines and wonderful chord progressions bring
This emotional original work will tug on the heartstrings of ringers and listeners alike. Written to express loss, the piece will test the musicality of your ensemble. Flowing lines, unexpected and often
Based on Jeremiah 29:11, Ron Mallory's energetic original composition provides ample challenge for your advanced ringers. Flowing freely between harsh dissonance and reassuring consonance, the piece
Scored for 3-6 octave handbells and optional 3-6 octave handchimes, this original by Jason Krug is stellar. It builds in rhythmic activity with a brief respite of the tune by the handchimes before returning
Full of peals that add an English flavor, this arrangement is full and majestic. The title and fanfare-like setting make this a perfect choice for an Easter morning celebration or a call to worship
This is a jubilant original for organ and handbells by Sondra Tucker. The organ part is idiomatic and a bit of a challenge, the handbell part is the same. Written for the AGO Southwest Convention in
This meaningful arrangement of the Navy Hymn is given a superb treatment by Jason Krug utilizing both bells and chimes. From the slow beginning to the dramatic third verse and the peaceful
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