This arrangement using the hymn tunes DIX and TERRA BEATA showcases loads of techniques and different styles. The writing is fresh and original, and there is of course a surprise or two. The final product
Willie Nelson's all-time country favorite comes to handbells, and in the hands of this veteran arranger, it's an instant must-have classic! It's accessible to just about any choir and can be played in many
Several favorite Easter songs are woven together in this joyful, festive offering. Everyone gets to play often in this arrangement that uses mallets, marts, and shakes. Compound meter for one of the hymn
Beginning with chords in quartal harmony, a rhythmic bass pattern soon appears which sets the tone for the piece. The LOBE DEN HERREN hymn tune is treated to a variety of techniques and rhythmic variations
This very energetic and moving setting of Martin Luther’s great Reformation hymn uses metric shifts, syncopated rhythms and optional 3-5 octaves of handchimes. Pay close attention to
This medley combines When We All Get to Heaven and Gimme That Old Time Religion in a fun arrangement of gospel classics about heaven. The rhythm, articulations, and style are sure to be
Three well-known tunes are artfully combined in this very pleasing medley of favorite spirituals (Roll, Jordan, Roll; Deep River; PROMISED LAND.) This accessible arrangement would be at home in
Syncopated Caribbean rhythms bring a fresh and creative look at this great hymn. Be careful with the bass notes, as moving from malleted to rung to malleted in the same measure is tricky at first but very
This wonderful and flexible arrangement sparkles with joy as it moves through five beloved Christmas carols. While this may be a stand-alone handbell piece, a melody line with words is included making it
A comfort in times of crisis, this beautiful arrangement of the Simon and Garfunkel classic is lovely on handbells and optional handchimes. Stay true to the tempo, work for clean bell changes, and pay close
Mallets - on bells, on tables, on themselves! - predominate in this fun arrangement of a classic hymn. The result gives an almost marching-band feel to the performance, making it as enjoyable to ring as it
This familiar carol begins simply then moves into variations with lots of techniques and several key changes. The final verse uses the full five octaves and ends in a grand manner.
Dust off your hammered dulcimer (yes, you read that right) for this delightful piece from The Muppet Movie. The arrangement also works on bells alone or with a keyboard in place of the dulcimer.
"Milele" means "forever" in Swahili; the haunting melody and African rhythms make this original a truly stunning work. Optional choral parts (SATB), handchimes, djembe, and shekere add to the performance
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