Whether bells alone, or bells, guitar, and piano, this arrangement of CANTAD AL SENOR exudes joy and gladness. Infectious rhythms are used throughout this fun arrangement for 6 ringers playing 13 bells from
Based on the tune, JEFFERSON, this arrangement with a bass ostinato pattern definitely sets the mood for Advent. Varying dynamics, dramatic martellatos, and effective crescendos gives great opportunity for
This famous hymn tune is used with four well-known hymn texts - On Jordan's Bank the Baptist's Cry; That Easter Day With Joy Was Bright; O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High and O Splendor of
This collection is a volume of 5 easy organ preludes. It is the third volume in this series. The 5 titles are Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus; Arise, O Christian People; It Came Upon the Midnight
If you have 2 to 4 talented and motivated ringers wishing to ring more, consider this lively, virtuosic original piece for worship or concert. Exciting to watch as well as to listen to, it comes in two
If you have less than a full choir, this original piece for worship or concert is the perfect choice. Designed for 3-6 ringers, a joyful melody contrasts solid ringing with thumb damps. Available in two
A concert piece not for the faint of heart! The opening bass section is played with mallets. Ringing begins at measure 17 with bass swings. The prelude then builds in intensity, ending with big chords and a
Presented here is the famous Westminster Chimes pattern in five different keys: C, D, E-flat, F, and G major. Four or five ringers can stand in the narthex or anywhere in the church and signal the
This handbell music is designed to be played as readers move to and from the lectern or in between readings in a worship service. They use short, familiar, seasonal hymns which tie readings and season
Perfect for the Advent season, this setting of the Swedish tune BEREDEN VAG FUR HERRAN has no bell changes. Both treble and bass clefs get to play the melody and thumb damps are used for articulation
With a new tune for a well-known text, this hymn concertato is perfect for a festive Easter, Ascension, or Christ the King Sunday. Each verse is given a fresh treatment leading to a final, glorious verse
This reproducible hymn concertato for choir, congregation and keyboard is the perfect choice for church dedications and anniversaries. Once setting is for choir and keyboard, the other also includes brass
Jason W. Krug has arranged John Behnke's Fanfare for Concert Band. It's a dynamic, energetic piece that will get everyone's attention. A full score with reproducible parts is available in paper or
This tone poem begins with the mournful tolling of bells reflecting our painful experience when handbells could not ring during the pandemic. Sheer joy that we can ring together again...
This arrangement blends a Bavarian Christmas carol, Ich lag und schlief, with the well-known classic carol Silent Night. Two timbres are heard as both bells and chimes have opportunity to
A minimum quantity of 6 is required on this title.
This organ collection contains preludes on five hymns commonly used in worship but with few published arrangements. Hymn tunes include ST. THOMAS; PUER NOBIS NASCITUR; NYLAND; KUORTANE; EVENTIDE; and
This spirited and lively original handbell piece is an exciting call to worship or an opening piece in a concert! Awaken the ears of the listener to the delightful rhythms and techniques of the bells. While
This lively and spirited original piece for handbells is filled with lots of exciting techniques like thumb damps, plucking, swings, mart lifts, echoes, and a shake. Besides being a rousing prelude for
Gaudete literally means rejoice in Latin and is a sacred Christmas carol that was thought to have been composed in the 16th century. The 3rd Sunday of Advent is sometimes called Gaudete Sunday.
An original piece to remember those who have passed away due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The music begins with a tolling bell and a melody emerges which seeks to express the significance of each life lived,
An original piece to remember those who have passed away due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this reflective piece has minimal bell changes and no sharing of bells. The music begins with a tolling bell, then a
This absolutely beautiful yet easy arrangement of this Christmas favorite has no bell changes, so tables are not necessary. Two bells and a music stand and you can play it anywhere you wish. Who
Three preludes for Lent and two preludes for the Easter season, very accessible, with idiomatic writing for the hands and feet. They are attractive, tuneful, and will capture the ear of the listener.