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
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
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
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
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
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
Jason Krug's setting of PERSONENT HODIE is a fantastic selection for young or beginning choirs. The martellato, martellato lift, and shake techniques are easy to incorporate, and there are no bell changes.
This energetic arrangement will keep your ringers engaged and challenged with running eighth-note patterns and unexpected key changes. A perfect choice to open your Christmas concert or worship service,
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