Love Love Love
“Love, Love, Love – That’s what it’s all about! ” is joyfully proclaimed through music and text. One of the best-known songs by Herb and Lois Brokering ,this cheery piece is arranged with special permission as part of a project series commissioned by Karen VanWert. This score RE751R features an Easy-Medium Bell Tree Solo (C6-C7 using 8 to 10 bells) with piano accompaniment (Opt. Unison, guitar and L1 hand bell or handchime accompaniment); Reproducible. The solo can also be played by a 4iH duet, trio or small ensemble.. Three score verses can accompany singing 3 verses; repeat the entire piece to include 3 more verses. A bulletin insert for congregational (or solo) singing is included. The piano accompaniment for the Bell Tree Solo is also available as a free download in the piece’s listing at handbellworld.com – this mp3 file has one extra measure of intro, so the soloist has one prep measure before coming in with the recording. You can also find a compatible score for full 3-5 oct. L2+ Handbell Ensemble RE5816 (opt. 8-bell C-C Bell Tree (Easy)/C Inst, Unison singing/guitar). From a booklet of Brokering songs: "Love, peace, joy" are gifts of the Spirit. Write or print these words on banners, balloons, flags or garments; decorate the place and people. The mood of the song is bright and festive. Treat the fourth and fifth stanzas, "Me" and "You," in a special way. Ask the people to point to themselves during the "Me" stanza, and to point to other specific persons during the "You" stanza. All may stand for the final stanza, "Christ." It is the climax of the song.” - Delight your audience with a lively Bell Tree solo or engage your children’s choir or entire congregation in singing - and take them back to campfire circle & church camp days. Part of the First String and Sing & Ring Series from ringTrue. 57 measures; Key of F major; 2:15 performance time with no repeat.