• Sheep May Safely Graze - full score

    Sheep May Safely Graze - full score

    Barbara Baltzer Kinyon

     Arranged for 3-4 octave handbell choir and keyboard.  Level 3-.  From "Was Mir Behagt" by Johann Sebasitan Bach. Companion products (printed copies): Sheep May Safely Graze - handbell part

  • Give Me Jesus - Larson

    Give Me Jesus - Larson

    Lloyd LArson

    Lloyd Larson gives us this richly-conceived arrangement of Give Me Jesus, for three to five octaves of handbells.  The interesting harmonies are balanced with simple rhythms, yielding a beautiful yet accessible piece.  This is a good piece for...

  • Valse Brilliante

    Valse Brilliante

    Karen Lakey Buckwalter

    This fun number is a worthy challenge for the advanced handbell choir. Playful rhythms and unexpected harmonies will keep audiences engaged, while frequent key changes, bell changes, and technique changes will keep your ringers on their toes. 4-7...

  • Tapestry on Be Thou My Vision - keyboard and handbell score

    Tapestry on Be Thou My Vision - keyboard and handbell score

    Janet Linker and Jane McFadden

    Arranged for 3-5 octaves, keyboard, optional 3 octaves of handchimes and C intrument, level 3. Full score. This majestic arrangement of the tune SLANE is a perfect chance to incorporate other instrumentalists with your handbell choir. The interplay...

  • Were You There? - Krug

    Were You There? - Krug

    Jason W. Krug

    An ethereal texture of singing bell and randomly-malleted notes gives way first to a traditional setting of the well-known Lenten hymn, followed by a more modern harmonization.  A perfect choice for any Lenten service, or as a special musical...

  • Thanks Be to Thee - full score

    Thanks Be to Thee - full score

    Janet Linker and Jane McFadden

    Organ and 3-5 octave handbells,  level 2, arranged from music attributed to G. F. Handel. Companion products (printed copies): Thanks Be to Thee - handbell part

  • Blessing


    Arnold Sherman

     Setting for 3-6 octave handbell choir, optional 2 octaves of handchimes, and SATB, Unison choir or congregation.  Music by Ralph Vaughan Williams.  Level 2+

  • In Ages Past and Ages Yet to Come

    In Ages Past and Ages Yet to Come

    Jason W. Krug

    With the option to add one of the bells in your bell tower or a single tubular chime, this arrangement is a grand statement sure to grab your congregation’s attention. Numerous techniques will engage your ringers, and intricate dynamics will...

  • Service Music for Handbells

    Service Music for Handbells

    Douglas E. Wagner

    3 octave handbell choir.  Level 2-3.  Contains: Introits - When Morning Gilds the Skies-Joseph Barnby; In Heavenly Love Abiding-traditional; O, for a Thousand Tongues-Carl G. Glaser; Prayer Responses - Almighty Father, Hear Our Prayer-Felix...

  • Sonatina No. 3 for Handbells

    Sonatina No. 3 for Handbells

    Michael Helman

    A simple yet powerful theme underlies this original work by Michael Helman. The jubilant melody first heard at the beginning unifies the piece through contrasting sections and keys. The straightforward rhythms are very accessible, making this piece an...

  • The Boar's Head Carol

    The Boar's Head Carol

    Jason Krug

    Jason Krug’s arrangement of this old English carol will energize your worship service or holiday concert. Playable as a stand-alone piece, instructions are also included to turn the piece into a processional for your handbell choir...

  • The Heavens Are Telling

    The Heavens Are Telling

    Ruby Shaw Hollis

    Josef's Haydn piece from "The Creation" now transcribed and arranged for 4-5 octave handbell choir.  Level 3.  

  • Two Hymns of Praise

    Two Hymns of Praise

    Barbara Baltzer Kinyon

     Arranged for 3-4 octave handbell choir.  Level 2.  For the Beauty of the Earth and A Gladsome Hymn of Praise

  • When Morning Dawns

    When Morning Dawns

    Randolph Currie

    Based on the American hymn tune Morning Song, this handbell setting is for a 4 octave ensemble.  Level 3+. 

  • Wiegenlied


    Sallie Lloyd

     Arranged for 4 octave handbell choir and 3 octaves of handchimes.  Level 3.  Johannes Brahms, opus 49, no.2

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