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This 700-year-old tune is a carol in marching style from Provence, France. One version of the carol appears in Bizet's Farandole from L'Arlesienne Suite No. 2 and a portion of Bizet's idea is used at the end of this arrangement. It is especially appropriate at Christmas, but is also an exciting and challenging festival piece for use at any time of year.
$4.29

Instruments: Handbell, Percussion
This arrangement includes five Easter carols, varied in style and connected by carillon patterns. It is written for one handbell and one handchime choir, but two handbell choirs, or one handbell choir with organ or piano would also work well. It will make an elegant prelude for Easter worship services.
$3.79

Instruments: Choir, Piano, Organ, Handbell, Vocal, Piano and Keyboard, Percussion
A lovely lyric melody and a flowing LV bass line combine to create a restful, relaxing mood in this original composition. The only techniques used are LV and echo, and with very few accidentals, this piece is an accessible addition to any group's repertoire. The two editions are playable together for worship, concert or festival use.
$3.79

Instruments: Bass Guitar, Handbell, Guitar, Percussion
The newest addition to the popular series of original pieces by Susan Geschke, this exciting composition is available in two fully compatible editions, making it ideal for massed ringing events. Ringers will enjoy the light and bouncy style and the variety of techniques. Suggestions for adapting the piece for handchimes are included. Accessible and fun, both adult and youth choirs will find this piece a delightful choice for worship, school and festival use.
$4.29

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Vocal, Percussion
Jean Joseph Mouret's evergreen opening movement from the "Suite De Symphonies No. 1" is an elegant expression of joy. The easy rhythms and sectional repetitions make the work readily accessible. The fanfare-like sounds that permeate the piece make it an ideal prelude to a worship service or an excellent opening selection for a concert.
$4.64

Instruments: Handbell, Percussion
Excitement, fun and flexibility abound in this original composition. The entire piece was written to be malleted, with occasional mallet rolls, but it may also be rung. Moving mainly in quarter notes, the piece sounds a lot harder than it is. The tempo is quarter note equals 126-160 or faster, so you may decide how virtuoso you wish to be. The two editions are compatible for massed ringing.
$4.29

Instruments: Handbell, Percussion
This original composition is flexible for use in church, school and festival settings. Thumb damps, LVs, shakes, martellatos and martellato lifts will both add appeal to the piece and keep ringers engaged. A few eighth-note passages offer a manageable challenge for developing ringers.
$3.29

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Vocal, Percussion
The echo and shake techniques are featured in this arrangement alternating two familiar tunes. The two chromatic bell changes are easily assigned to a less busy ringing position. This selection is suitable for massed ringing and is an ideal choice for a youth or children's presentation.
$3.79

Instruments: Handbell, Percussion
The techniques of LV, thumb damp and tabled mallets bring to life the old, familiar hymn "Lord, Speak to Me." The limited bell changes as well as the simplicity of the rhythms make this piece accessible. This setting is suitable for any time of worship throughout the church year, but especially for a service that incorporates stewardship or service themes.
$3.79

Instruments: Handbell, Percussion
This delightfully rhythmic original composition is very flexible. It may be played as a double-choir piece for handbell and handchime choirs or by handbell choir alone. The up-tempo meter alternates between 4/4 and 6/8, and the handbell part includes the use of mallets, ring touch, martellato, and martellato lift. A restful, lyrical middle section follows, using a new melody that begins softly then blossoms into a rich and glorious sound. The piece concludes in its original up-beat, rhythmic style. "Te Deum Laudamus" is translated as "We Praise Thee, O God," making this piece suitable throughout the church year, as well as for festival or concert use.
$4.64

Instruments: Choir, Handbell, Vocal, Percussion