All Things Bright and Beautiful
Written for 2-part (any combination) and piano with optional handbells and triangle, this arrangement of the traditional melody is cheerful and bubbly. It begins with an "Alleluia" fanfare before settling down to the verse. The 3 octaves of bells make extensive use of the mallet on the table technique, suspended bells with mallet and martellato. The catch is reading the bell part on three separate staves; the upper stave shares the triangle part. The rhythms and harmonies are repetitious and should be easily learned.