This familiar carol is given an energetic treatment by Ron Mallory. With mallets, shakes, ostinatos and syncopation, Mallory breathes fresh air into this arrangement without making it complicated.
Ideal for Christmas Eve, this setting of the Coventry Carol is exquisite. It is scored for bells and either hand chime solo or C instrument. The middle section transitions to What Child Is
You can hear the fife and drum in this setting by Matthew Compton with malleted bass bells and an original "fife" tune in the higher bells. Things get more and more exciting until a sudden
This Catalonian carol is given a great setting here by Cathy Moklebust. Bass bells are malleted or plucked while the high trebles have the melody. Percussion instruments (triangle, tambourine and sleigh
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An arrangement of IRBY for 2-3 octave handbells or handchimes. With gentle and flowing phrases, this beloved piece is given a beautiful treatment. Lovely!
Scott Joplin meets Isaac Watts in this new take on Joy to the World. Bass ringers will love the boogie-woogie beat! Care must be taken to have the melody predominate as it moves through various
If your handbell choir plays Christmas concerts or goes out into the community, this entertaining reproducible collection will be a must-have resource. It includes six audience-pleasing titles by well-known
Brenda Austin gives us a hauntingly beautiful arrangement of Coventry Carol. After a lovely, lyrical presentation of the melody, the mood dramatically changes. The malleted middle section is
A jaunty opening figure leads off this arrangement of the well-loved Welsh tune. After a couple of traditional verses, the tune is set as a waltz before one last triumphant iteration of the theme brings the
With a mysterious and evocative opening, this arrangement of a French carol is sure to add an element of the ethereal to your worship or concert setting. The theme becomes more insistent and energetic with
Full of energy and whimsy, Matthew Compton's setting of the hymn tune FOREST GREEN is a fun choice for your ensemble. A powerful, driving mallet figure in minor gives way to the well-known tune. Well-placed
This traditional English carol has been arranged in a delicate yet cheerful style, featuring easy rhythms, no bell changes, and the optional use of handchimes. The melody shifts between the treble and bass
This exciting work will challenge ringers and thrill listeners with its big sound, quick tempos and surprising turns of rhythm along the way. It may be played by bells alone or with optional brass quintet
A lilting amalgamation of Good Christian Friends, Rejoice and Here We Come A-Wassailing provides the opportunity to use a handbell tree or other solo instrument in combination with
Two Manger Carols is a setting for handbells, optional handchimes, flute, and oboe incorporating Whence Comes This Rush of Wings Afar (also known as Carol of the Birds) and
Written by Moravian lyricist James Montgomery, the text of Angels from the Realms of Glory tells the story of Christ's birth from the perspective of the angels, then the shepherds, the magi, and
Hart Morris' arrangement of this Puerto Rican melody is a wonderful addition to any concert, festival, or worship experience. The use of stopped techniques, varied dynamics, and the optional percussion adds
This medley of six beloved carols embodies the joy and awe of the Christmas season. Featuring a variety of techniques, handchimes, and a brass quintet accompaniment, it will be the highlight of your
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