Two Manger Carols is a setting for handbells, optional handchimes, flute, and oboe incorporating Whence Comes This Rush of Wings Afar (also known as Carol of the Birds) and
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
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 traditional English carol has been arranged in a delicate yet cheerful style, featuring easy rhythms, no bell changes, and the optional use of handchimes. The melody shifts between the treble and bass
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
Written by Moravian lyricist James Montgomery, the text of Angels from the Realms of Glory tells the story of Christ's birth from the perspective of the angels, then the shepherds, the magi, and
This charming reproducible collection features easy Advent and Christmas arrangements playable on either handbells or handchimes. Come and Adore will be a wonderful resource for developing choirs
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
Ring and Sing the Seasons is a reproducible collection comprised of both seasonal and general use hymn arrangements. The arrangements feature very simple rhythms and chords for handbells or
Joy abounds in this upbeat arrangement of the traditional Bohemian carol. Dynamic changes and various special techniques heighten a sense of playfulness. Joyful!
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 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
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
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
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 delightful setting of the 1790 Christmas carol portrays the excitement of sharing the good news of Jesus' birth and invites all to come to the manger to see the Christ Child. The peal of bells near the
Cathy Moklebust's budget-stretching reproducible collection contains several well-known hymn tune arrangements and original compositions for use during various seasons of the church year, and is published
This very flexible arrangement of the beloved carol may be played by bells alone, or together with any or all of the optional forces. A handbell peal accompanied by bell tones in the trumpets is featured in
This reproducible collection will be an invaluable resource for the Christmas season that will be used time and time again. The easy accompaniment chords may be played on either handbells or handchimes with
O Come Rejoicing, a traditional Polish carol, invites you on a journey to the manger to visit the newborn King. Hart Morris' delightful arrangement captures the joy and playfulness inherent in the
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
Christmas Near and Far is a wonderful collection of songs and carols from around the world. It is perfect for worship, and might be especially useful for forming the basis for a
Using only legato ringing on handbells or handchimes, this flowing setting of Silent Night, Holy Night portrays the profound awe of Christ's birth. Set in the key of Bb, it can be used to
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