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First Song of Isaiah

Review:      This setting of Jack Noble White's original choral work is fully scored and especially engaging with the inclusion of the optional handchimes and C Instrument (such as a flute or violin). Ample techniques, including gyros and echoes, add to the expressive quality of the music. The instrument score is included in the back of the score. Set in C Major, this piece is 78 measures.

Published by: Alfred Handbell /
Jubilate Music Group

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White, Jack Noble
Stephenson, Valerie
Easy Medium
Season: All Year
Classification: Instrument Part , Church or Concert , Praise and Worship , Contemporary Christian , Hymn Tune
Technique: Mallet , Pl (Pluck) , Echo , Gyro
Voicing: Handbells, No Choral
Instrument: Chimes(Choirchimes or Handchimes) , C Instrument , Violin , Flute
Bells Used: Three Octaves: 26 Bells; Four Octaves: 33 Bells; Five Octaves: 40 Bells
  Stock Number Description Price Qty. Ship Disc
MAP36501 3 to 5 Octave Handbells with Optional 3 Octave Handchimes and C Instrument.  
 $4.25  $3.83
LAP36501 Digital Site License
3 to 5 Octave Handbells with Optional 3 Octave Handchimes and C Instrument.
$49.95 - -
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