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
This indispensable collection includes medleys of your favorite carols from today's most outstanding handbell arrangers, meeting all of your ringing needs for the Christmas season! Titles and arrangers
Joel Raney's setting of Michael W. Smith's Christmas song was commissioned by The Agape Ringers in loving memory of Debbie Perisho, who was with the ensemble for 13 years before losing her battle to cancer.
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This 1963 pop standard was released by Andy Williams for his first Christmas record and is a celebration and description of the many and varied activities associated with the holiday season. It focuses on
O Leave Your Sheep is an old French carol sometimes called Quittez, Pasteurs. The carol text reflects the shepherds' visitation by the angels as told in Luke 2:8-16, and the
Arranged for the Tintabulations Handbell Ensemble of Reno, Nevada, Michael Glasgow's thrilling arrangement of this Christmas tune begins with a stately introduction, easily adapted for use as a processional
Malleting, martellato, plucking, shaking, LV, and handchimes all play a part in this rhythmically dancing arrangement. The fiery flute and percussion parts add energy and color, making this piece a
In an arrangement she did for the Raleigh ringers, this advanced piece uses the Irish tune GARTAN combined with Holst's CRANHAM to create an ethereal experience. The work that it will take to prepare this
This familiar tune of the Ukranian bell song is set in a highly rhythmic and driving 4/4 meter. Accompanied by claves, and including several creative syncopations, this piece will challenge your choir.
Starting with an ethereal opening, the tune appears first in fragments supported by singing bells and bass choir chimes until finally moving forward in a driving presentation of this Christmas spiritual.
Do we really need another arrangement of Carol of the Bells? When you hear this unique Nicholas Hanson setting, the answer will be a resounding YES! An exciting rhythmic pulse underlies this
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