Bringing together two of the tunes to Away in the Manger, this Christmas medley combines piano with 3-5 octave handbells in a powerful back-and-forth dialogue between the two instruments. It also
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
This engaging setting of the English carol STOWEY (How Far Is It to Bethlehem?) also incorporates the CRADLE SONG tune of Away in a Manger and snippets of Brahms' Lullaby. The
The haunting PICARDY melody is used for this wonderful Advent or general prelude. The "alleluia" motif begins the piece and ties together two very contrasting settings of the melody. Both treble and bass
Glory to the Newborn King is a delightful reproducible collection of six beloved Christmas carols arranged for 12 bells (3-6 ringers) with piano accompaniments. These useful settings offer a
Four dramatic G minor chords set the stage for this wonderful arrangement of the historic Coventry Carol. Julie Stitt orchestrates the piece using the tone colors of the bells, the chimes, and the
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
This heartfelt setting of CANTIQUE DE NOEL can be performed with optional violin and cello parts, both playable by similarly keyed instruments, provide a flowing counterpoint to the handbell ensemble. Not
Perfect for smaller ensembles, this piece only uses whole-, half-, quarter-, and eighth-note rhythms and does not include bell changes. The arrangement can also be easily adapted for a four-in-hand choir.
Kevin McChesney crafted lush and innovative harmonies for this haunting and contemplative arrangement of GREENSLEEVES. This beautiful piece is perfect for a quiet or meditative moment in your Christmas
A variety of handbell techniques come together in Dan Edwards's charming medley of CHRISTMAS SONG and CRADLE SONG. Effective with or without the optional handchimes, Song of the Manger offers a
Gustav Holst's haunting tune receives a sensitive treatment from the ever-creative Brenda Austin. The optional handchimes effectively highlight the melodic material. This piece, with its flowing
This gentle arrangement offers an intriguing accompaniment to the traditional English carol, including a simple chromatic bassline and a fun dotted-quarter-eighth rhythm. The optional windchimes add just
Jason Krug offers a thoughtful and majestic setting of the treasured Christmas song in this elegant arrangement. The tune weaves back and forth between handbells and handchimes. An easy-to-play eighth-note
This ethereal arrangement reflects the sleepy town of Bethlehem on the night that Christ was born. Coming together with little effort, the 2-3 and 3-5 octave arrangements are compatible for use in massed
Developing handbell ensembles will welcome this simple, gentle arrangement. While the arrangement is straightforward, the arranger makes excellent use of meter and LV techniques to create a mystical feel to
Andrew Duncan has written a free and contemplative version of CRADLE SONG that uses GLORIA as a counterpart. The song is gently evocative of the peaceful stillness on that first Christmas. Priceless.
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The traditional Welsh song's title translates as "lullaby," and it has become a staple at Christmas time. Linda Lamb has given her arrangement a gentle feel, which is appropriate for such a tender song.
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