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10,000 REASONS (Handbell)

Jonas Myrin & Matt Redman/ Arr. Peggy Bettcher

Peggy Bettcher has provided a flowing arrangement of this popular new worship song by Jonas Myrin and Matt Redman. For 3-5 octaves of handbells, this arrangement utilizes suspended, malleted bells to accompany the melody in the second verse, and a lighter texture with thought-provoking harmonies to open the third. Level 2+ with minimal bell changes makes this perfect for the intermediate-level bell choir. 3-5 oct.


ABIDE WITH ME (Handbell)

Arr. Susan E. Geschke

Susan Geschke's gift for lyrical melody and lush harmonies adds a new freshness to this beloved hymn. Using only legato ringing on handbells and optional handchimes, this gently flowing setting will touch the hearts of ringers and listeners alike.


ABOVE ALL (Handbell)

Paul Baloche Lenny LeBlanc Arr. David R. Kent

Written by Paul Baloche and Lenny LeBlanc, the popular praise song, "Above All" has a text which explores the depths of God's love and a beautiful tune that stands well on its own. This smooth flowing setting from David Kent captures a worshipful and meditative mood.


ABOVE ALL w/WHEN I SURVEY THE WONDROUS CROSS (Choral|Handbell)

Paul Baloche Lenny LeBlanc Arr. Arnold Sherman

Utilizing handbells, SATB choir and rhythm, Arnold Sherman brings both traditional and contemporary elements together in this dynamic new anthem for blended worship. The combination of these forces is the perfect opportunity to bring all of your church musicians together for a powerful worship presentation. The 3-5 octave handbell accompaniment and rhythm parts are optional. The bell setting can be performed alone or with the guitar, bass guitar, synth., and drums. The CD track includes a rhythm only track for use with handbell choir. The Rhythm packet contains a Full Score and parts for: Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Synthesizer and a Drum Kit.


ACCLAMATION ON "AZMON" (Handbell)

Arnold Sherman

For 3 to 6 octave handbells and organ or handbells, with brass and timpani, this setting of the powerful hymn "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing" includes an optional SATB choral part, entering for a festive conclusion. Ideal for any service of praise, this expansive setting from Arnold B. Sherman offers a great opportunity to combine musical forces. Brass parts include: Conductor's Score, Trumpets, Horn in F/Trombone, Trombone, Tuba, Timpani


ACCLAMATIONS (Handbell)

Arr. William A. Payn

This expansive original work is rich in beautiful melodies and opportunities for musical contrast. It is fun to play and very accessible for groups playing Level 3 music.


ADESTE FIDELES (Handbell)

Arr. Cynthia Dobrinski

The Brass packet contains parts for: Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2, Trumpet 3, Trombone 1, Trombone 2, Timpani, and Tuba. 3-5 oct. w/opt. Congregation


ADVENT TIDINGS (Handbell)

Arr. Matthew Compton

This Advent medley begins with LV and the hymn "Savior of the Nations, Come," then moves into a gently syncopated accompaniment supporting "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel." Then with subtle touch, the chant DIVINUM MYSTERIUM, sneaks into the mix via handchimes. The overlapping and interweaving of the tunes in minor mode creates an ethereal effect fitting for the season of anticipation.


AGNUS DEI (Handbell)

Arr. Joel Raney

This well-known contemporary song is arranged for handbells, with optional handchimes, synth and percussion, all in a powerful inspirational reflection. It is ideal for any worship service reflecting on Jesus, the Lamb of God.


AH, HOLY JESUS (Handbell)

Arr. Arnold Sherman

3-5 oct.


AIR (Handbell|)

Bach Arr. Hal H. Hopson

3-5 oct. w/opt. Solo Instr.


ALADDIN (Handbell)

Menken Arr. Douglas E. Wagner

3-5 oct.


ALAS! AND DID MY SAVIOR BLEED (Handbell)

Hugh Wilson Arr. Peggy Bettcher

Beautiful harmonies prevail in this reflective arrangement of this time-honored Lenten hymn. Expressive ringing is encouraged to best depict the Isaac Watts text which speaks of Christ"s suffering on the cross. A gentler, middle verse allows for the optional use of Handchimes on the melody. The concluding verse utilizes bold, full chords before settling into a peaceful ending. 3-5 oct. w/opt. 2 oct. Handchimes


ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND (Handbell)

Irving Berlin Arr. Cynthia Dobrinski

3-5 oct.


ALL CREATURES OF OUR GOD AND KING (Handbell)

Arr. Cynthia Dobrinski

3-5 oct.


ALL GLORY, LAUD AND HONOR (Handbell)

Arr. Lloyd Larson

3-5 oct.


ALL HAIL THE POWER OF JESUS' NAME (Handbell)

Oliver Holden Arr. Cynthia Dobrinski

Cynthia Dobrinski's rousing setting of the CORONATION tune is three minutes of festivity that would be an excellent opening selection for any concert or worship service. The lighter second verse with staccato techniques and lush chords provides contrast to the fuller first and third verses. The moving bass lines of the last verse add excitement followed by an energetic coda with just the right amount of shakes. This piece is both accessible for the average choir and exciting.


ALL IS WELL (Handbell)

Wayne Kirkpatrick Michael W. Smith Arr. Joel Raney

Joel Raney's setting of Michael W. Smith's mega-hit Christmas song was commissioned by The Agape Ringers in loving memory of Debbie Perisho, who was with the ensemble for 13 years before losing her battle to cancer. This powerful setting beautifully expresses the message that in both life and death, all is well.


ALL NIGHT, ALL DAY (Handbell)

Arr. Susan E. Geschke

We are delighted to offer Susan Geschke's expanded 3-5 octave edition of this ever-popular spiritual. A great choice for either sacred or secular performances, this vibrant setting combines flowing LV passages with dynamic malleted sections that drive the piece forward with lots of energy. Fully compatible with the 2-3 octave edition, this piece is ideal for massed ringing situations. 3-5 oct.


ALLEGRO BRILLANTE (Handbell)

Cynthia Dobrinski


ALLEGRO MAESTOSO (Handbell)

McFadden Arr. Linker

3-5 oct.


ALLEGRO MAESTOSO (Handbell)

Handel Arr. Frances L. Callahan

3-5 oct.


ALLELUIA, GIVE THANKS (Handbell)

Donald Fishel Arr. Sondra Tucker

"Alleluia, Give Thanks" (also known as "Alleluia No. 1") is a simple, straightforward setting of the beloved Easter Song. The 7 optional handchimes provide textural interest and the flowing accompaniment highlights the pure beauty of the melody.


ALLELUIA, HE IS RISEN (Handbell)

Arr. Michael Keller


ALLELUIA PASSACAGLIA (Handbell)

Jeffrey Honoré


ALMIGHTY (Handbell)

Arr. Patricia S. Cota

3-5 oct.


AMAZING GRACE (Handbell)

Arr. Cynthia Dobrinski

3-5 oct. w/opt. Violin or Flute


AMERICA, THE BEAUTIFUL (Handbell|Organ & Piano Duets)

Arr. Joel Raney

This lovely patriotic ballad setting is the latest addition to Joel Raney's exciting series of piano/organ duets, with SATB choir entering at the conclusion of the prelude for an optional choral introit. This arrangement was first conceived in the aftermath of the events of 9-11, combining "America, the Beautiful" with Chopin's gorgeous piano etude in E Major, Opus 10, No. 3, and together they make an emotionally powerful presentation. Both keyboard parts and a reproducible page with the choral part are included. An optional 3-7 octave handbell part (w/opt. 3-7 octave handchimes) and a full conductor's score are available separately.


AND CAN IT BE (Handbell)

Thomas Campbell/SAGINA Arr. Bill Ingram

This stately hymn expresses the joy and confidence we have in the atoning death of Christ on the cross. With few bell changes and no hard rhythms, this Level 2 arrangement will come together quickly. Steady tempos bring out the melody, especially the "low melody" in measures 36-43. 3-5 oct.


AND CAN IT BE - LOVE DIVINE (Handbell)

Arr. Cynthia Dobrinski


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