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CARILLON ON SIMPLE GIFTS - SIMPLE GIFTS, arranged by Danny Lyons for Handbell Solo or Ensemble
Presented in two different keys depending on the needs of the performer(s), Carillon on Simple Gifts is a showcase piece for solo 8-in-hand or bell tree, for duet or trio using 4-in-hand techniques, or quartet with 2 bells per ringer. With ample 8th notes and a 12/8 section, and intended to be played LV, this arrangement brings a true carillon feeling to the popular tune SIMPLE GIFTS.
THE ANGELS SING - MENDELSSOHN & GLORIA, arranged by Linda R. Lamb for Handbell Quartet
The Angels Sing celebrates the angels’ exclamations of joy at the birth of Jesus, combining Hark! the Herald Angels Sing with the “Glorias” from Angels We Have Heard on High. Featuring mallets, shakes, echoes, and ring-touches, this exciting quartet arrangement will provide ringers and audiences with a joyful musical experience to liven the season!
A NEW NAME IN GLORY - NEW NAME, arranged by Bill Ingram for Handbell Ensemble
Praising the forgiveness of sins and a new life of glory, A New Name in Glory gives handbell ensembles an exciting way to celebrate their faith! With a slower and more thoughtful middle section separating the more upbeat beginning and ending, this arrangement keeps listeners engaged and gives ringers a chance to show different styles.
AN AULD ENGLISH CHRISTMAS - I SAW THREE SHIPS & GOD REST YOU MERRY, arranged by Linda R. Lamb for Handbell Quintet
Originally written for a family of ringers, this quintet combines two favorite Christmas carols, beginning with I Saw Three Ships with a playful and lilting Celtic accompaniment, then moving into a more chordal treatment of God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen with a few percussive techniques throughout to fit with the light feel of the first carol.
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT - AR HYD Y NOS, arranged by Patricia Hurlbutt for Handbell Tree Solo with Piano
Flowing and rich describe this handbell tree arrangement by Patricia Hurlbutt. Taking the Welsh tune AR HYD Y NOS, known to many as All Through the Night or Go, My Children, With My Blessing, and letting it shine out on both the piano and handbell parts, this arrangement fills the room with a musical blessing.
TRUST AND OBEY - TRUST AND OBEY, arranged by Kurt Meyer for Handbell Ensemble
This hymn's declaration of trust is perfectly conveyed in this 12-bell setting of a cherished tune. From its simple beginning to the transforming variations in musical textures, arpeggiated harmonies and rich sonorities give the music meaning and purpose. A fine choice for use in worship and easily rung from music stands without tables.
THERE IS A BALM IN GILEAD - BALM IN GILEAD, arranged by Patricia Hurlbutt for Handbell Tree Solo with Piano
This arrangement provides a not-too-difficult handbell tree solo with interesting harmonies in the piano part, allowing new or seasoned soloists to present an engaging musical offering with less preparation needed than some other handbell tree solos. True to the hymn, this piece will provide a moment of comfort and refreshment for services or concerts.
SAVIOR, LIKE A SHEPHERD LEAD US - BRADBURY, arranged by Kurt Meyer for Handbell Ensemble
Filled with legato textures and scalar harmonies, this 12-bell arrangement of a treasured classic is appealing in its beautiful introductory melody, running eighth notes, and peaceful flow. A welcoming sense of repose is apparent in the measures that sprinkle in stately blocked chords. Ever-changing dynamics enhance musical tension with stirring vibrancy.
JUST AS I AM - WOODWORTH, arranged by Kurt Meyer for Handbell Ensemble
In this 8-bell setting of a beloved tune, a flowing filigree permeates the music, with the melody weaving in and out in a graceful and captivating way. Introspectively reflecting on the calm transparency, contrasts in the musical textures further enhance the overall listening experience.
THRENODY by Peter de Mets for 4-5 Octaves Handbells - Level II+
Composed in memory of a ringer, this original composition was written to feature the D5 and E5 bells. With gently lulling harmonies and a soaring melodic line, Threnody rejoices peacefully in the hope of eternal life. Written for 4-5 octaves with minimal parentheses, this piece is a wonderful addition to both worship services and concerts for a powerful moment of reflection.