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
Employing minimal techniques, this arrangement unexpectedly yet elegantly transitions from the celebratory O Come, All Ye Faithful to the reserved strains of Beautiful Savior. This
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.
This mostly malleted selection will be the highlight of your choir's ministry at Christmas. With bell changes only required at the modulation, Ron Mallory's heartwarming arrangement is quick and easy to
This medley of four familiar carols reflects the angelic response to the birth of Jesus. Angels from the Realms of Glory; Angels We Have Heard on High; He Is Born and Hark! The Herald Angels
Remind your congregation of the significance of Jesus' birth with Linda Lamb's lovely arrangement of the Polish carol. With simple statements of the melody in both the bass and treble bells, the tune will
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
Michael Mazzatenta's relaxed arrangement of the traditional German melody makes perfect use of the 2-3 octave range, with the melody often appearing in the midrange bells without being overpowered by the
This laid-back adaptation of the traditional English carol is beautiful in its simplicity. With LVs and a few bell changes, it is a wonderful challenge piece for beginning choirs that is equally suitable
This gentle setting of Silent Night will be a beautiful addition to any Christmas service or concert. The optional instrumental obbligato enhances the performance with a light countermelody that
Jason Krug's setting of PERSONENT HODIE is a fantastic selection for young or beginning choirs. The martellato, martellato lift, and shake techniques are easy to incorporate, and there are no bell changes.
Featuring a perfect balance of rhythmic interest and simplicity, this piece is fun to play and enjoyable to hear. The light style of the arrangement evokes images of lively children gathering to witness the
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
Ron Mallory's joyful arrangement of the beloved Christmas tune provides a superb opportunity to bring the entire congregation together. An excellent choice for a concert or larger service. Well-written and
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
Expose your ringers to a touch of jazz with this arrangement of We Three Kings. Alternating between swung and straight eighth notes, this piece offers a light rhythmical challenge to bass and
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
Your choir will adore this lively arrangement that offers rhythmic and harmonic interest without being too rhythmically difficult. Appropriate for concert or worship, this beautiful setting will become a
The beloved spiritual comes alive in Ron Mallory's energetic setting. The treble and bass bells work together in a call-and-response treatment of the melody in the free opening statement. There are
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
This gentle arrangement offers an intriguing accompaniment to the traditional English carol, including a simple chromatic bassline and a fun dotted-quarter-eighth rhythm. The optional windchimes add just
This clever medley of JUNGST and CHRISTMAS opens with a spirited interplay between handbells and handchimes. Both treble and bass bells get an opportunity to play melodic figures, which will quickly make
Perfect for smaller ensembles, this piece only uses whole-, half-, quarter-, and eighth-note rhythms and does not include bell changes. The arrangement can also be easily adapted for a four-in-hand choir.
Orchestrate Your Inbox
What are your interests? Fine-tune your email so you receive only what's important to you.
Thank you! Please check your inbox. We've sent an email with a link to update your preferences.
Pepper Music eClubs
Everything you need for the upcoming season and special recommendations from our editors! Each club is sent monthly (unless otherwise noted).
Cued In - The Pepper Blog
A weekly digest of insightful articles, helpful resources, and interviews with leading composers and arrangers
Subscribe to Cued In
Thanks, you're almost done! Please check your inbox and click the link to complete your subscription.