With this new collection (volume V), Christine Anderson adds to her series of Classic Baroque Solos. These classical solos from the Baroque period incorporate more advanced techniques in order to perform them musically and at the correct tempo. These songs use bell trees, cymbells, handchimes, and upside down handchimes along with multiple bells-in-hand methods. Choreography is suggested in a limited way; most pieces leave blocking strategies up to the advanced ringer. The organ accompaniments are arranged by Cathy DeRousse.
With this new collection (volume IV), Christine Anderson adds to her series of Classic Baroque Solos. The bells settings range from level 1 to 2 and all are paired with organ accompaniments by Cathy DeRousse.
The essence of Christmas is dramatically captured in Lloyd Larson's setting of this enthralling Amy Grant song. This contemporary favorite, which imagines Mary's thoughts and prayers as she approaches the birth of the Christ child, has quickly become a seasonal classic. The rich harmonies and supportive accompaniment will make this an inspirational addition to Christmas choral concerts or worship services. The orchestration contains a Conductor's Score and parts for: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet in B-flat, Horn in F, Trumpets 1 & 2 in B-flat, Trombones 1 & 2, Percussion, Timpani, Violins 1 & 2, Viola, Cello & Bass.
Martin Nystrom Arr. Cathy DeRousse Christine D. Anderson
For solo handbells, here is a setting of Martin Nystrom's popular new hymn based on Psalm 42. The moving notes in the piano part bring to mind a flowing stream, while the slower handbell notes reflect the quiet movements of the deer. An accompaniment CD with the piano part at a slower rehearsal tempo as well as a performance tempo track is also available.
This collection of handbell pieces provides a range of sacred repertoire for a soloist to perform with piano accompaniment. Popular worship songs are arranged for a solo ringer for a church recital or special music.
Premier solo handbell performer Christine Anderson has collaborated with the creative piano arranger Douglas Wagner to present an ingenious solo handbell offering entitled WHEN MORNING GILDS THE SKIES. Both arrangers, of course, use the hymn tune Laudes Domini always associated with this text but they also use Edvard Grig's "MORNING" from PEER GYNT SUITE which together produces an unforgettable solo handbell rendition.
In collaboration with piano arranger John Carter, solo handbell artist Christine Anderson brings to life the hymn of consecration TAKE MY LIFE AND LET IT BE. An alternate text and title associated with this tune is ASK YE WHAT GREAT THINGS I KNOW.
Solo handbell artist, Christine Anderson, in collaboration with piano arranger, Dan Kramlich, put together the top-selling collection, Songs for the Solo Ringer. This instructional collection for beginning solo ringers features ten settings useful on a variety of occasions throughout the church year.
Solo handbell artist Christine Anderson working once again with piano arranger Douglas Wagner, has produced a stirring rendition for solo bell ringers. Utilizing the old gosepel favorites, "A Shelter in the Time of Storm", "Rock of Ages", and "He Hideth My Soul", our duo of writers has come up with "The Rock".
Solo handbell performer and arranger Christine Anderson collaborates here with veteran arranger Douglas Wagner to provide a very sensitive solo handbell setting entitled QUIET HYMN MEDITATIONS. Included are "My Jesus I Love Thee", "What A Friend We Have In Jesus", and "Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus".
Christine Anderson's PARADE OF THE TIN SOLDIERS comes with piano accompaniment by John Carter and suggested choreography by the arranger which includes encouragement to be flashy, outrageous and full of fun.