This meditative tune is ideal for use throughout the holidays and for candlelight services in particular. With numerous key changes and the quiet addition of O Come, All Ye Faithful at the
Ring in Easter morning with this triumphant arrangement! Learned with minimal rehearsal time, this wonderful setting overflows with techniques that will keep your ringers engaged. Also associated with the
This collection of hymn arrangements is perfect for those times when you are shorthanded for musicians or would like to travel with a small group. Each piece uses only twelve bells, spanning F5 to C7, and
Glad Tidings Ring is a compilation of favorite Advent and Christmas arrangements offered for the first time in a reproducible format. This budget-stretching collection features a wonderful variety
A grand arrangement by Sondra K. Tucker of the broad tune HEMSLEY for 3-5 octave handbells, with optional 3 octave handchimes and trumpet. Use this hymn and setting at Advent and at the end of the church
Here is an inspiring arrangement for handbells and piano. The handbell part is quite easy to perform yet sounds full and interesting. When coupled with the masterful piano part, this piece presents an
As we celebrate with adoration the birth of the Christ child, this lush and reverent offering is a gentle call to begin life anew at the foot of the manger. O Come, O Come Emmanuel is
This meditative setting of VENI EMMANUEL is perfect for Advent services or concerts. The singing bell technique sets the mood, optional handchimes highlight the melody, and contrasting dynamics offer
Two ancient Advent tunes are combined in this joyous arrangement, reminding us of the prophecy of the coming Messiah. Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming moves into the "rejoice" refrain of O Come, O
Beginning by quoting the original chant, this piece develops with a quiet and mysterious open-fifths ostinato that serves as the foundation for the melody. Utilizing LV technique, the work builds to a
Both of these editions have numerous options for performing this well-known Advent carol. The first is for a full bell choir of two, three, or five octaves accompanying a bell soloist or bell tree which
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