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,
The ethereal sound of singing bells opens this lovely arrangement which combines two haunting Christmas melodies, the Appalachian folk tune I Wonder as I Wander and Coventry
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Opening with the Singing Bell supporting a single handchime melody line, this develops into a full and lovely joining of Away in a Manger and Silent Night.
The newest collection in the "Eighteen Bells" series includes five appealing new settings of familiar carols: The First Noel; O Come, O Come, Emmanuel; O Come All Ye Faithful; Good Christian Men,
A flowing arrangement in 12/8 time, featuring the familiar Christmas melody in the lower range throughout for a mellow sound and reverent presentation. Scored for a handbell trio with 3 octaves
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
Matthew Prins breathes new life into a Christmas standard with this sparkling arrangement. Expect a few surprises, as this setting uses shake, LV and damps for interest, and tries out several keys before
Here's a stirring combination of the two timeless Christmas carols While By My Sheep and While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks. With pluck or mallets for the lower bells, along
Dan Edwards has woven three much-loved Messiah themes into a very satisfying and accessible arrangement for handbells or handchimes. Includes portions of: And the Glory of the Lord; For Unto Us a Child
This beautiful setting of the beloved carol will soulfully enhance Advent and Christmas performances. With mallets, pluck, LV, and thumb damps, this lovely arrangement should be simple for most choirs.
This energetic setting combines two favorite melodies: Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee (ODE TO JOY) and Joy to the World (ANTIOCH). There are very few brackets, though it is playable by
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
Opening with a delicate, ethereal sound, this compelling choice for a Christmas Eve service sets the mood with optional chime tree, finger cymbals and triangle. A huge depth of sound in the middle
The memorable carol While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks is intermingled with hints of The First Noel, Hark! the Herald Angels Sing and Il Est Ne. Theoptional C or B-flat
This ebullient setting of We Three Kings transports your audience back in time as it evokes the pilgrimage through the desert of the Wise Men. Judicious use of thumb-damp keeps the texture
Cathy Moklebust uses singing bell and LV to create a stunning lush and moving arrangement of the 16th century carol Lo, How a Rose. The gentle and ethereal sound of the bells may be accompanied by
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