Augsburg Fortress compositions for handbell ensembles are available through Handbell World presented by Jeffers Handbell Supply
John A. Benke's setting of PER CRUCEM for handbells (3-5 octaves) was comissioned by the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians in 2017 for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
This is a digital download. You will only receive one file to duplicate, but you must purchase enough copies for each member of your choir.
Beautiful hymn settings for piano and four ringers (handbells or chimes) by Anne Krentz Organ.
Voicing: Handbells; Piano
Use: Advent; Communion; Easter; General; Lent & Holy Week; Pentecost
John Turner's gift for jazz is evident in the variety of styles found in these arrangements. If you have a bass player or drummer, the optional instrumental parts turn these hymns into an instant jazz trio.
Use: Christmas; General; Wedding
Descants on over 200 hymn tunes contained in Evangelical Lutheran Worship make up this rich resource.
This second volume of the two volume set is a practical collection of instrumental accompaniments for hymns that includes fifty-nine tunes found in Evangelical Lutheran Worship and many other hymnals.
A must-have collection for any handbell choir! This reproducible collection of hymn accompaniments makes it easy to integrate handbells into worship during Advent, Christmas and Epiphany.
Use: Advent; Christmas; Epiphany
Following up on the success of the first volume, Lee J. Afdahl has created another set of hymn accompaniments for handbells.
Use: Easter; Lent & Holy Week
For her second in the series of reflections for piano and a solo instrument, Ms. Organ includes a hymn intonation in addition to the extended reflection...
Voicing: Instrument w/keyboard; Piano
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