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
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
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 ethereal setting of a traditional Austrian carol provides directors with many teaching moments, as it incorporates LVs, chimes, and various dynamic changes. The optional solo instrument part, ideal for
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
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
With this very accessible version, now most every bell choir can play O Holy Night at Christmastime. With wonderful use of handchimes, the melody comes shining through as the handbells play
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 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
This reflective treatment of HUMILITY is perfect for a reflective moment in your service or concert. The optional handchime part creates a striking accompaniment timbre on which the melody can float during
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
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
S.E. Fauble's treatment of this carol is authentic and engaging. For groups that would like an additional challenge, one section has a more difficult ossia as a choice for performance. Suitable for church,
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This interesting arrangement of the familiar GARTAN tune is beautiful. The opening section uses most of the bells suspended rung with mallets and moves into a section where the chimes have the theme
Expertly combining the tunes VENITE ADOREMUS with IN DUCI JUBILO this arrangement is scored for bells and chimes. The piece begins gently and effectively and moves creatively into a more joyous exultation.
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
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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.
The revered Hallelujah Chorus receives a fresh treatment in this lilting arrangement. Thoughtful and well-placed martellato lifts and malleted bells punctuate this crowd-pleasing piece.
An airy introduction on suspended mallets is followed by the delicate twelfth-century tune DIVINUM MYSTERIUM on handchimes. In subtle contrast, the carol Away in a Manger is heard before the return
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
Following a soft and beautiful introduction that sets the mood, the melody of this piece flows gracefully until it reaches its gentle ending. Accessible but impactful, Sandra Eithun's arrangement will add a
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