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For six players. African Elephant Run is written for vibraphone solo, synthesizer (electric guitar optional), electric bass, and three percussion. The tempo indication is "Rock, world music" (half note = 86). The instruments employed are vibraphone, marimba, agogo bells, tom-tom shell, drum set, 3 concert toms, orchestra bells, snare drums, and afuche. It is an exciting piece with driving energy through to the end!

Instruments: Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Drum Set, Snare Drum, Bells

Instruments: Drums, Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Handbell, Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Trumpet, Bells, Brass, Percussion
Chinese-born Huang Ruo is a bright new presence on the contemporary music scene. In this work for chorus and semi-chorus, finger bells and gently shifting harmonic textures create an atmosphere of contemplation and reflection. Performance time: Approx. 6:25.

Instruments: Choir, Bells, Vocal, Percussion
For four players. A quartet using the standard percussion battery, this work explores the often-overlooked expressive qualities of percussion instruments. A number of unique but easy-to-learn techniques give the players a variety of new sounds to explore, and the challenge of playing this quiet and haunting piece will bring a new understanding of their instruments. This is a great piece for "in-between" the hard-driving works. Instrumentation: Player 1: snare drum, low tom-tom, chimes; Player 2: tam-tam, suspended cymbal, sizzle cymbal, sleigh bells, 3 temple blocks or 3 mounted woodblocks; Player 3: bass drum, maracas; Player 4: 3 timpani, large suspended cymbal.

Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Timpani, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Guitar, Drums
Jeanine Yeager's creative and sophisticated concert carol arrangements are a Christmas treasure during the holiday season. Distinctive arrangements of Pat-a-Pan; Lo, How a Rose E-er Blooming; Good King Wenceslas; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen; I Wonder As I Wander; and, Jingle Bells display flair and virtuosity for teachers and late intermediate to advanced students.

Instruments: Piano, Bells, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
A horse-drawn sleigh gliding along the newfallen snow, and filled with laughing and singing revelers, is a joyous winter scene in the Adirondack Mountain region of northern New York. To musically depict this happy mood, in both the introduction and main theme, keep bow strokes short and in the upper half of the bow. This style also applies to measure in 30 through 38, when the lower strings take their turn at the melody; the cellos might be more comfortable a bit lower in the bow. In contrast, use a full legato bow stroke from measures 18 through 29, and again at measures 39 through 70. A somewhat more detached and accented bowing is called for in the transition section at measures 71 to 78, as we return to the short, light strokes of the main theme. For a more authentic performance, the addition of a string of sleigh bells played in a steady eighth note rhythm would be more appropriate. Encourage performers to shout the directions loudly to the imaginary horses.

Instruments: Cello, Strings, Oud, Bells, Folk, Percussion
From a hauntingly beautiful introductory section to the crisp, bright sounds of a Baroque ensemble that evoke the imagery of Christmas bells, angels singing and freshly fallen snow, this Celtic song will bring a refreshing change of pace to your winter programs!New product for the week of March 12, 2012.

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
This moving work, set to the familiar poem by Longfellow, begins delicately with the sopranos introducing an original melody, then builds to a stirring conclusion proclaiming the message, "Peace on earth to all!".

Instruments: Choir, Bells, Vocal, Percussion
Modern sounds of syncopation and colorful harmonies adorn this inventive medley of traditional Christmas songs. Four carols are featured (Good King Wenceslas, Jingle Bells, The First Noel and Angels We Have Heard on High). Bands at the easy level will master this with no trouble in time for your holiday concert! Very nice!New product for the week of February 13, 2012.

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
One of the renowned Christmas favorites of all time is now available in a highly singable arrangement from Jeff Funk. Whether performed in unison or utilizing both voice parts, it is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Add sleigh bells to give it a true wintertime feel.

Instruments: Choir, Bells, Vocal, Percussion
The tune SICILIAN MARINERS is treated in a bouncy, joyful style, with malleted bass and rung treble bells. The optional use of sleigh bells lends a festive spirit to the original introduction and interludes. The tune moves into the bass and lower treble bells in the next section, accompanied by upper treble bell patterns including a variety of techniques. A gentle, rocking motion in 3/4 time provides a contrast in style, concluding with the bouncy feel of the beginning. Optional parts for sleigh bells, triangle or finger cymbals and tambourine are included. The two editions are compatible for massed ringing.

Instruments: Bass Guitar, Handbell, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar, Percussion
Uses: Christmas, Communion Scripture: John 3:16; Isaiah 7:14; Galatians 4:4 The final words, Christ was born for this, from the traditional carol, Good Christian Men, Rejoice, form the foundational textural concept of this new carol. The carol's tune is realized in minor and expressively altered reminding the listener that Christ was born for a divine purpose. We find ourselves looking beyond the manger to the cross. The music is cinematic in character and brings a soundtrack aspect to this message of grace. The interweaving of In Dulci Jubilo and Carol of the Bells is masterful. Available separately: SATB, StudioTrax CD, Orchestration CD-rom (Score & parts for Flute 1&2, Oboe, Clarinet 1&2, Bassoon, Horn 1&2, Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2&3, Trombone 1&2, Bass Trombone/Tuba, Timp, Perc 1&2, Harp, Violin 1, Violin 2, Viola, Cello, Double Bass). Duration: ca. 3:26.New product for the week of April 16, 2012

Instruments: Choir, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Horn, Violin, Cello, Viola, Double Bass, Harp, Lute, Trumpet, Bass Trombone, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Tuba, Bells, Vocal, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings, Guitar, Percussion
Level 2+

Instruments: Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Percussion

Instruments: Vocal, Piano, Bells, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
The ringing of Christmas bells adds joy to a merry season! This sparkling setting of the traditional German carol Kling Gl

Instruments: Choir, Bells, Vocal, Percussion

Instruments: Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Saxophone, Bells, Woodwinds, Percussion
Uses: Christmas Scripture: Luke 2:8-14 Another in the continuing series of congregational resources aimed to invigorate congregational singing. Scored for organ and piano with optional handbells, this set is a one stop seasonal trilogy that will be a welcomed addition to your Christmas worship planning. Powerful music to encourage corporate worship. Available separately: SATB, handbells, Volume 1, Volume 2. Duration: ca. 6:49. New product for the week of April 23, 2012.

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Organ, Handbell, Other, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Duet: Bells & Snare Drum; or Quintet add: Bass Drum, Cymbals, & TrianglePercussion quintetTitle: Onward Christian SoldiersKey: BbMeter: 4-4Time: 2'30"Level: 1.5Form: Song (binary)Comments: Bells & snare drum duet; or quintet by adding bass drum, cymbal and triangeSongs included: Onward Christian Soldiers

Instruments: Bass Guitar, Percussion, Snare Drum, Bells, Cymbal, Triangle, Guitar, Drums

Instruments: Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Bells, Percussion