For 3 to 6 octave handbell choir and optional 1 or 2 (3) trumpets in B-flat. Level 3+. This forceful selection is the perfect way to kick off Easter Sunday! A bold fanfare gives way to the well-known Easter hymn, underscored by moving triplets. A verse in minor gives way to a final, triumphant verse to herald the resurrection of Christ. Add in the optional one or two trumpets for a larger, more celebratory sound! Trumpet parts are included in the score.
Celebrate the joy of Christ's resurrection with this outstanding medley of Easter tunes. The handbell arrangement can stand on its own or the optional brass and organ parts can be added for a more dramatic presentation. This selection is perfect for showcasing your bell ensemble on Easter Sunday and makes a dazzling inclusion in spring handbell festivals.
Contemporary classic by Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves, Matt Maher, & Louie Giglio This lovely contemporary Easter hymn has been masterfully crafted. The text has been appropriately set for handbells through the use of chimes, LV, and other various techniques. Utilizing optional handchimes and synth can further add to the ambiance of the piece.
Classic hymn This festive Easter celebration opens with a fanfare and a triumphant statement of the hymn tune, LLANFAIR, commonly paired the the hymn texts, 'Jesus Christ Is Risen Today' and 'Hail the Day that Sees Him Rise.' The middle section gives ringers a unique opportunity for expression through a subdued moment, combining handbells and handchimes with vibrato technique. Momentum returns for a grand restatement of the opening with a herald-like closing reflecting our joy in the risen Savior!.
This spirited arrangement, including parts for keyboard and brass quintet, will provide an exuberant jump-start to your Easter worship services. Featuring both meditative and joyous rhythms, this piece offers wonderful opportunities to teach changing meters.
UPC: 763628129866. Jason Krug.
Volume 6 in the Small But Mighty series Intended for the small ensemble, this collection includes eight versatile, musical, and fun arrangements for Lent, Holy Week and Easter. Each setting has been written for the treble clef, F5-C7. They can be used for 3 to 6 ringers.
UPC: 763628121655. 1 Timothy 1:17, 1 Timothy 6:12, 2 Timothy 2:3, 2 Timothy 4:8, Ephesians 4:1-16, Ephesians 6:10-20, Ephesians 56:10-17, Exodus 15:13, John 18:36, Luke 17:21, Mark 26:52, Psalms 139:24, Psalms 27:11, Matthew 16:13-20.
19th Century hymn Barbara Kinyon's 3-6 octave arrangement of this 19th Century hymn is triumphant and joyous. The sound is both full and harmonically interesting including two very colorful modulations. It is a very powerful setting which builds harmonically and melodically throughout and ends with a surprising and effective conclusion. For the Easter season you may wish to use the hymn title The Day of Resurrection.
Easter morning favorite Here is a regal and rhythmic take on this signature Easter morning hymn. Mallets give way to shakes to herald the resurrection of Christ. The optional trumpet part is just what a celebration of the third day calls for.
This arrangement by Lloyd Larson of the hymntunes LLANFAIR and LANCASHIRE creates the perfect atmosphere for your Eastertide service. While accessible as a level 2+, the setting is sure to be engaging for both performers and audience members alike.
This item includes the optional brass and timpani score and parts for Resurrection Joy (20/2018SF), which weaves five Easter hymns into a triumphant and exciting medley. Hart Morris's stirring piece will be a memorable addition to your Easter services or spring concerts.
Greet Resurrection morning with this exciting arrangement of three beloved Easter hymns that lets your ringers shine and offers the opportunity to feature a trumpet soloist or brass quintet. A variety of handbell techniques will keep your ringers interested as you present this uplifting Easter piece. Instrumentation: 2 Tpt, Hn, 2 Tbn.
Instrumental Ensemble Score and Parts for 10/5445L This exclamatory anthem is a joyous proclamation of Christ's Resurrection. The regal opening features bold choral divisi before settling into a unison statement of a melody expertly composed by Lloyd Larson. The final section ultimately builds up to a restatement of the opening and ends with a big finish. Incorporate brass, handbells, percussion, and organ for a spectacular Easter morning!