The introduction immediately draws the listener in as Brenda Austin uses singing bell techniques, chimes, and suspended higher bells with mallets. The middle section is the tune rung with eighth-note
This lyrical arrangement of the familiar hymn offers an opportunity to expose choirs to key signatures that they may not normally see. Careful bell assignments will help to avoid challenging bell
This moving setting of the O Sacred Head, Now Wounded will add depth and meaning to Lent and Holy Week services. The opening motif is a unifying element in the arrangement and signifies the steps
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Even for those unfamiliar with the chorale O mein Jesu, ich muss sterben, this piece evokes the mood of the Good Friday events. Compton incorporates three statements of the tune, all enclosed
In keeping with the solemnity of Lent and Holy Week, this arrangement interweaves five tunes to create a humble work appropriate for services or concerts. The optional organ and woodwind quintet
Fitting for both traditional and contemporary worship, this effective arrangement combines two hymns, The Power of the Cross and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross. This thought-provoking
For handbells and keyboard, with optional handchimes and flute, this lush setting of the early American hymn What Wondrous Love Is This? is useful for the Lenten season or any Communion Sunday. The
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