Master composer Sandra Eithun brings us this haunting, reflective setting of two well-known hymn tunes that will enhance any Lenten or Holy Week worship service. Your ensemble will be able to display a wide
"Flowing and expressive" aptly describe this arrangement from the pen of Jason W. Krug. Ringers and audiences will be amazed by the wide range of dynamics involved, and the handchimes are masterfully used
Two separate songs in one useful piece! All Glory, Laud, and Honor for Palm Sunday and Were You There? for Maundy Thursday or Good Friday will keep your handbell ensemble a part of your
This flowing rendition of the beloved, Lenten hymn is arranged here for 3-5 octave handbells. The final stanza builds to a big, gospel groove before gently ending with malleted chimes — an ideal
With minimal bell changes and the support of the piano accompaniment, this is easily learned and a powerful presentation for the Lenten and Easter season. The arrangement is very straightforward with no
This great American folk hymn begins meditatively through use of the singing bell and malleted bells off the table, offering an effective meditation on Christ’s wonderful love. As the hymn text moves
Endless Victory is an accessible, reproducible collection of titles for Lent, Holy Week and Easter. Ranging in difficulty from 1 to 1+, the thoughtful arrangements utilize various techniques that
This moving setting of the O Sacred Head, Now Wounded will add depth and meaning to Lent and Holy Week services. The opening motif is a unifying element in the arrangement and signifies the steps
Inspired by the hymn text "Stricken, smitten, and afflicted, See Him dying on the tree," this arrangement is particularly appropriate for any Passion Week service, but is also suitable for thoughtful or
This arrangement of the familiar chorale tune is perfect for small bell or chime choirs. Though it employs martellatos and martellato lifts, chimes can effectively perform the work by simply omitting the
Weaving together hymn tunes for Lent and Holy Week, this Jason Krug arrangement is a must-have addition to your handbell library. The expressive medley, which centers the listener's attention on Christ's
This set of arrangements provides two selections for Lent and Holy Week observances and one for Easter Sunday. In keeping with level-one guidelines, there is no subdivision of the beat and the few handbell
This tender arrangement combines the tunes associated with When I Survey the Wondrous Cross and Just as I Am. Austin's creative writing isolates the tune and adorns it in beautiful ways.
This sturdy hymn tune serves well to set the tone for worship during the Lenten season. It opens with a simple statement of the melody and slowly evolves into an expanded voicing of the original hymn,
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The introduction immediately draws the listener in as Brenda Austin uses singing bell techniques, chimes, and suspended higher bells with mallets. The middle section is the tune rung with eighth-note
Bursting with dynamic vitality, this exciting setting combines the hymn tunes CRUCIFER and ST. MICHAEL most commonly paired with the hymn texts Lift High the Cross and Stand Up and Bless the
This Lenten hymn reflection combines piano with 3-5 octave handbells in a powerful back-and-forth dialogue between the two instruments. Based on the HAMBURG hymn tune, this beloved text is a passionate
Sharon Elery Rogers combined Go to Dark Gethsemane and Beneath the Cross of Jesus for this evocative setting that will enhance any Lenten worship service. To make bell changes smooth
This contemplative arrangement of WERE YOU THERE helps us to both remember Jesus Christ's sacrifice for us on the cross and reminds us of the hope of the resurrection. With its interesting minor key setting
Contrasting dynamic levels, innovative harmonies, and various techniques characterize this masterful arrangement of the SUFFERER and WERE YOU THERE hymn tunes. Particularly effective for Lent and Holy Week
Beginning softly with the use of LVs and echoes, this piece grows to a grand statement of the CLEANSING FOUNTAIN hymn tune and ends with the same quiet sounds that introduced this stunning arrangement. This
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