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Looking for a piece that works in contemporary worship? "Where You Lead Me," with the optional title "Follow Your Heart," can be played as a bells-only solo work or an anthem or song with the optional text and guitar for contemporary worship. Be sure to check this one out!

Instruments: Guitar, Handbell, Bells, Percussion
Over the years, Ruth Artman has written beautiful and accessible music for SSA choirs. Where Go the Boats?, a setting of the charming text by Robert Louis Stevenson, is in the classic tradition of music for women's voices. Optional flute and bells set the serene picture of a flowing river. Excellent concert, contest or festival selection.

Instruments: Choir, Flute, Bells, Vocal, Woodwinds, Percussion
Set of Parts for Handbells and Percussion

Instruments: Percussion, Handbell, Bells, Handbells
With Handbells and Percussion (parts available separately)

Instruments: Choir, Percussion, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal
General. Combined Choirs Series. A festive anthem for combined children's and adult choirs with organ, opt. Trumpet, opt. handbells, and opt. congregation. This inspiring anthem of praise would be especially appropriate for celebrations such as Church Music Sunday.

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Trumpet, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Brass, Percussion
Choral Instrumental Pak, Sheet Music Download. Arranger: Anna Laura Page. Writer: Anna Laura Page; Joseph Barnby.

Pages: 3
Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Percussion
Doug Wagner has created a stirring setting of the well-known, yet seldom heard, Easter text recounting Mary's journey to Christ's tomb on the dawn of that fateful day. The accompaniment mirrors the quiet, reflective nature of the scene as Mary slowly makes her way to the tomb, silently weeping over the events three days before. Here the angels welcome her with 'Alleluias' as they sing the news that 'Christ is risen, as He said.' An optional part for handbells (12 bells) is included in the score.

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Percussion
Unison/Two-part, Optional descant Handbells (3 oct), Flute, General This thought provoking anthem conveys the story of Jesus' visit to the temple at the age of twelve. The composer's text draws parallels between today

Instruments: Flute, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Woodwinds, Percussion
Wow! A wonderfully fresh arrangement of the beloved hymn. This famous text has become the theme song for church choirs throughout the world. Thomas Schwalm adds sparkling handbells and a wonderfully unique chant on the fourth verse to make his version of When in Our Music God Is Glorified truly exceptional. A must for any choral library.

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Percussion
"When In Our Music God Is Glorified" is an arrangement of the tune "Engelberg" that may be played by handbells alone, or in conjunction with organ, brass, timpani, SATB choir, and congregation. This glorious festival hymn arrangement begins with a fanfare introduction, followed by a straightforward setting of the first verse sung in unison. The second verse features the choir in four parts, accompanied by the bells and organ only. The brass and timpani join in on the third verse, which features a malleted or plucked bass line in the handbells, creating a march-like feel. A fanfare interlude precedes the majestic fourth verse, which features a soaring soprano descant, and a brief choral "Amen" concludes the arrangement. This hymn arrangement is perfect for worship, concert, or festival use.

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Bass Guitar, Timpani, Handbell, Brass, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Guitar, Percussion