Opening with a real sense of the mystery of the season with singing bell and random ring techniques, Brian Childers soon moves on the ecstatic joy of Christmas with pounding rhythms and an energetic melody.
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
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
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
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
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
This arrangement of the 16th-century Spanish villancico will add a moment of excitement to your concert, festival, or worship service. Malleting, martellato, and the optional tambourine add rhythmic
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
Jason Krug's energetic arrangement of GREENSLEEVES is fun and rewarding to play. After a short introduction, the familiar melody is set in a quick and exciting 6/8 plus 3/4 meter with lots of syncopation.
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
Anna Laura Page expertly combines Christmas Day Is Come and Good People All, This Christmas Time in this charming medley. Each tune is performed on its own, including a gorgeous statement
This striking setting of the beloved Appalachian carol begins softly, building in intensity as it flows along. The key changes add interest and provide a challenge for your ringers. A hint of Silent
Congregations and audiences will love the variety and appeal of this jazzy arrangement of a familiar Christmas tune. The contrasting middle section, malleting, LVs, shakes, and thumb damps will challenge
This creative arrangement of a traditional Irish tune starts off with a Renaissance flair featuring open harmonies and tenor drum. This gives way to a sedate middle verse introducing handchime accompaniment
The perfect offering for that sensitive moment in your Christmas program or service, this refreshing take allows the listener to rediscover the beauty of this timeless carol. The unique arrangement involves
The French carol NOEL NOUVELET is given a fresh treatment in this sparkling setting. The malleted chromatic runs are easily achieved yet give a harmonic complexity to the accompaniment. The optional
The well-known Christmas tune is given a delicate, introspective arrangement perfect for a quiet, meditative moment in any church service or concert. Flowing arpeggios underscore the piece, and unexpected
The tune PUER NOBIS is found in many hymnals with several different texts and titles. Use whatever title best suits your needs for this gleeful and grand arrangement. Ringers will enjoy interesting
With minimal bell changes, Terry Osman's beautiful setting will make a striking addition to your Epiphany service. The middle section of the arrangement offers a flowing eighth-note accompaniment that is a
The Christmas angels announce the joy of Christ's birth in this medley of beloved carols! This piece will make a bold statement at your Christmas services and concerts. It can be mastered with minimal
The hymn tune rings through in this straightforward arrangement that is perfectly suited for small and beginning ensembles. Mallets, thumb damps, martellato lifts, and shakes distinguish the charming
A real celebration of the season! This energetic setting of the classic carol is rhythmic and fun. For interest and to increase the diversity of the arrangement, it contains a contrasting section in waltz
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A joyous arrangement from Lauran Delancy of Luther’s Christmas hymn, VOM HIMMEL HOCH, for 3–5 octave handbells and optional 3 or 5 octave handchimes. Level III. The opening measures of bell peal
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