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This dynamic original handbell setting is a great way to set the mood for any joyous or memorable occasion. The energizing opening is a buildup of sound as the handbells create a resounding crescendo from a
This Monkees' hit from 1966 surged back into the collective pop consciousness when it was covered by Smash Mouth for the soundtrack to Shrek. The driving rhythms and that ever-popular catchy tune will
Composer Patrick Meyer sang this original lullaby to his daughter, Erin, while walking or rocking her to sleep. You will recognize a lilting "music box" theme running throughout the music, expressing joy
Uplifting and fun, here is Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's popular Hawaiian flavored take on Over the Rainbow. Ringers will enjoy opportunities to ring the melody throughout the piece with both
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 new, original handbell composition by Cynthia Dobrinski is another fine example of the uplifting style for which she is famous. The compelling melodies and flowing lines create an atmosphere of "hope"
This plaintive song from Fiddler on the Roof is given a well-crafted setting by Andrea Handley. It should be played with sensitivity and careful observance of the dynamics. A great addition to
This wonderful song, made famous by Louis Armstrong's quintessential recording, is set here by Sandra Eithun for 3-6 octaves of handbells with optional handchimes and wind chimes. Calling forth the lyrics,
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