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Instruments: Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
When the holidays approach, our thoughts often turn to the north pole, but two of our seasonal favorites, O CHRISTMAS TREE and JINGLE BELLS get a decidedly Memphis/New Orleans/Chicago (and other points east and west) treatment. This jazz-tinged salute gives us reason to sit up and take notice as the traditional gets a bit of a hip flavoring. Cool! (duration 2:39)

Instruments: Lute, Other, Bells, Strings, Percussion
Take America's favorite march and America's favorite Christmas melody, carefully mix them with musical arranging skill, and BANG -- a superb entree for holiday programming! It's tongue in cheek, but it makes musical sense. Best of all, it works!

Instruments: Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Bells, Percussion

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
Experience the thrill of a single electron racing through a circuit at mind-boggling speeds! The wild ride begins immediately with two sets of bells creating an invigorating metallic backdrop. The intensity continues until a blackout occurs without warnin

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
Bring the holiday party soundtrack right into the middle of your winter concert! This fun rocker includes party shouts from the band and is sure to get your audience into the groove. Moving from a rock beat to classical and even a low brass/woodwind featu Jingle Bells Remixed is a fun way to introduce your beginning players to the world of Rock music through band.

Instruments: Brass, Bells, Percussion
"Christmas is not a time nor a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy, is to have the real spirit of Christmas." - Calvin Coolidge This festive medley of Christmas favorites (Good King Wenceslas, Angels We Have Heard on High, and Carol of the Bells) reflects the spirit of the season: the hustle and bustle of busy holiday preparations, the wide-eyed excitement of eager children as the.

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
Infusing a collection of original melodies with familiar holiday tunes, this delightful piece builds to an exciting climax with Jingle Bells. A wonderful work.

Instruments: Bells, Percussion
Karen Buckwalter's beautiful piece, Reflections, is now set for solo handbells and piano. Commissioned by a bell choir in memory of a beloved ringer, the original full choir work is based on that ringer's position, E6 and F6. This medium/difficult solo arrangement makes extensive use of travelling 4-in-hand techniques, focusing on E6 and F6. The arranger's notes for choreography are included. Performance time is approximately 6 minutes.

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Commissioned for the 2011 Bay View Week of Handbells, Michael Joy's major work combines two Renaissance dances--a stately "Pavane" and a lively "Galliard"--into a showstopper for or the advanced church choir or community group.

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Percussion
A new addition to our Distinctly Bronze series, here's Kevin McChesney's transcription of Johann Sebastian Bach's organ masterwork, "Passacaglia in C Minor. For 5 to 7 octaves of bells, this piece is for the advanced church or community choir.

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Handbell, Bells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
Yes, it's boogie woogie and blues on bells! Everyone will love this masterful arrangement by noted composer, Margaret Tucker. So much fun it should be illegal!

Instruments: Handbell, Bells, Percussion
5 octaves, Level 3 An unusual but workable combination, blending the unique sounds of handbells and two marimbas (with four players). A keyboard instrument may be substituted for marimbas.

Instruments: Horn, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Brass, Percussion
Tired of the typical 3-4 minute piece that so conveniently fits the parameters set in most worship services? Try this one! A tremendous showpiece for both bells and organ, each part complements the other, yet is somewhat independent. The handbell part, utilizing several ringing technique(Mart, Mart-lift, on-table mallet, and echo), is interesting and attainable by most groups. A skilled organist is recommended for the organ part. An ideal piece for concert or worship!

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Handbell, Other, Bells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
An optional random ringing processional followed by a Level 2 piece with optional parts for two trumpets and a drum. It can be performed in any combination--so you can dress it up for a grand occasion, or just play bells only. The ultimate in flexible and creative writing! Perfect to begin a festival or celebration.

Instruments: Trumpet, Handbell, Bells, Brass, Percussion
A stately grand march for handbells and organ. The Brass quartet, that may be used in place of organ, is scored for two Bb Trumpets, horn in F(a Trombone may be substituted for the horn), Trombone, and Timpani. The number is full and used a minimum of stopped techniques. Very attainable by almost all handbell choirs. A festive number for a festive occasion.

Instruments: Choir, Organ, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Timpani, Handbell, Brass, Bells, Handbells, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
The winning master composer Gabriel Faure, and the talent of the gifted composer/arranger Arnold Sherman has given us a beautiful setting of In Paradisum from Requiem. It may be performed with handbells and organ, or you may add a cello to that combination, or you may perform it with handbells, cello, and harp. Any way you choose, this number will be a truly inspirational addition to any concert or worship service.

Instruments: Organ, Cello, Harp, Handbell, Bells, Handbells, Piano and Keyboard, Strings, Percussion