This original piece, with its catchy, syncopated rhythms, is your festival solution! With compatible arrangements for choirs containing two to six octaves of bells without bell changes, your ringers can
Suggested for 13 ringers and printed in a nontraditional 4-staff format, Air in D is a creative setting of the J. S. Bach favorite. The bottom staff is for the malleted bass line, mimicking
Jeff Hall's flowing setting for handbells and keyboard will create a memorable moment during worship services or concert programs. Shakes are the only technique employed, as this arrangement is kept simple
Perfect for a Sunday morning prelude or a lovely, quiet change of pace in a concert setting, Karen Lakey Buckwalter's original composition, Contemplation, is a meditative piece featuring a lyrical
This lively and easy original piece in 6/8 meter will provide a joyful beginning to a worship service or a concert. With no bell changes and consistent patterns, this piece has the potential to be
This meaningful arrangement of the Navy Hymn is given a superb treatment by Jason Krug utilizing both bells and chimes. From the slow beginning to the dramatic third verse and the peaceful
Exultation is a spirited new original piece with a catchy and memorable theme. Mart lifts and mallet work make this piece dance along. Yet contrast is provided with beautiful lyric interludes.
A minimum quantity of 6 is required on this title.
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.
This happy tune was written in honor of Joy Merder, long-time director of the Praise and Celebration Handbell Choirs of the Community Church of Tellico Village, Tennessee. Quoting often from Ode to
An original piece from a gifted composer that contrasts major against minor. Echoes, mallet work, and bell peals are used effectively in this very accessible and fun Level 2 piece. Great for the Easter
The term 'passacaglia' refers to a set of variations over a repeating bass line, commonly in triple meter. This original work by Fred Gramann explores a variety of handbell textures and techniques, building
It's hard not to smile when ringing Susan Geschke's latest original piece! Arranged in a theme and variations format, this happy selection sparkles with malleting, shakes, marts, and echo techniques.
This upbeat original piece was commissioned by the Handbell Musicians of America Area 7 in honor of their Area Chair, Lori Potter. In ABA form, the reflective B section contrasts the rhythmic and joyously
This innovative suite for 2 to 5 octaves offers ringers three upbeat pieces, carefully scored for successive learning experiences: Adoration, a bold processional with simple chords; Leap of
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