A jaunty opening figure leads off this arrangement of the well-loved Welsh tune. After a couple of traditional verses, the tune is set as a waltz before one last triumphant iteration of the theme brings the
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
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
This creative arrangement of The First Noel is scored for 3-5 octave handbell choir with options for 2 octave handchimes, piano, and solo instrument (flute or english horn). With key
An excellent arrangement of the beloved tune AUSTRIAN CAROL. This level 2 piece is very accessible yet punctuated with moments of interest and creativity. On the easier side, this composition
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.
Bells, chimes and the singing bell technique are combined to create a mystical feel at the start and ending of this well-known carol. This arrangement involves most ringers throughout in very
This peaceful setting is scored for bells, chimes and C instrument and includes the tunes AUSTRIAN CAROL and THE COVENTRY CAROL. The solo instrument often carries the melody and is moderately easy.
A distinctive style is used to great success in this creative setting of a German carol. Bells and chimes echo each other following the opening fanfare. Everything is malleted for verse two to create
This superb arrangement is well-crafted and artistically successful. Both reflective and joyful, this composition creates sonorities that color the carol in a unique way. Mixed meters, syncopations and
This familiar tune is set simply yet creatively by Patricia Hurlbutt. With open fifths and an organum-like beginning, the piece evolves each stanza to a slightly different texture, culminating in a joyous
A stunning arrangement of What Child Is This? for bells and chimes. Rhapsodic in nature and utterly beautiful. Challenge your group to share this unique setting of a Christmas classic.
A stirring original set for 3-5 octaves of handbells, with optional 3-5 octaves of handchimes or piano, a second 3-octave handbell group, timpani, suspended cymbal, vibraslap and wind chimes. This is
Using the REGENT SQUARE time, Linda Lamb creates an inspiring and thoughtful setting of this Christmas favorite. Multiple techniques are employed, and each stanza has its own color and texture. Don't
Marked Presto, this splendid arrangement of We Three Kings will keep everyone busy. Solid chords accompanied by an active eighth-note motion combine to great musical effect. Add this
Brenda Austin expertly combines Pachelbel's Canon and The First Noel in this serene arrangement for handbells and optional handchimes. Chimes and bells play at the same time creating
"Interesting yet simple" is the best way to describe this excellent collection by Jason Krug. The arrangements included are: O Come, All Ye Faithful; Sing We Now of Christmas and Still, Still,
If you are looking for an exciting Christmas mallet feature, here is it! This dynamic arrangement with driving syncopations is full of exurberance. A great choice for a joyful holiday performance. Optional
This grand and compelling arrangement pairs Joy to the World and Hark! the Herald Angels Sing in a joyous declaration of Jesus' birth. Optional handchimes provide a warm tone for the
The timeless message of Jesus' birth is presented in a sparkling arrangement with light mallets and dancing rhythms. Optional triangle, tambourine and hand drum add depth to the celebration, and the middle
A joyful presentation for the Christmas season, this special arrangement features the combination of handbells and piano in a starring role. The use of Wassail, Wassail as the countermelody is a
A sweet lullaby for the manger, this accessible arrangement is a perfect choice for Christmas Eve services when something very special is needed. A key change in the middle section introduces a gentler tone
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