Following the success of her first two Three to Six Ringers collections, Sandra Eithun presents this stunning collection of hymn tunes perfectly suited for the Lent and Easter season. Handbell
Weaving together hymn tunes for Lent and Holy Week, this Jason Krug arrangement is a must-have addition to your handbell library. The expressive medley, which centers the listener's attention on Christ's
Three Lenten mainstays arranged by Sandra Eithun for 2-octave handbells or handchimes and piano: Go to Dark Gethsemane (with Richard Redhead's tune GETHSEMANE); Stricken, Smitten, and
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
This stunning work for two octaves is a masterpiece of simplicity and elegance that builds in intensity and conviction. The reflective nature and gentle mood of the music is a comforting affirmation of
This easy arrangement of the familiar PICARDY tune is effective and accessible. The singing-bell technique is used at the start, and chimes are used in the middle section. There is a version for 2-4 octaves
This meditative setting of the tune MAITLAND employs handbells paired with flute. The lush, sustained LVs render a gentle, peaceful atmosphere for this timeless Lenten hymn.
John N. Ireland's tune LOVE UNKNOWN for 3 octave handbells. A simple and elegant composition based on the well-loved Lenten hymn.
This arrangement of English composer John Ireland's tune LOVE UNKNOWN has been enhanced with an original melody and an optional oboe countermelody. The optional use of chimes and a minor key setting in the
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This sturdy hymn tune serves well to set the tone for worship during the Lenten season. It opens with a simple statement of the melody and slowly evolves into an expanded voicing of the original hymn,
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
Inspired by and quoting J.S. Bach's Prelude No. 1 in C Major from "The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I," this striking arrangement will make a powerful addition to your next Lenten service. Involve
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This is a moving reflection on Christ's journey to the cross. With plucks, martellatos, and key changes, this arrangement is very well crafted. This new hymn tune has been included in many recent hymnals
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