Review: A fifteenth-century English tune is arranged here with a dance-like, Renaissance flavor. With minimal bell changes and simple rhythms, it is a very accessible arrangement and may be conducted in three beats to the measure or in one, depending on the ability of the group. The musical styles are varied throughout, including a lilting dance; a flowing, beautiful section; a canon underscored by singing bells; a bold, chordal section; and an ethereal, transparent ending. "O Love How Deep" is 152 measures and is set in c minor.
Published by: Choristers Guild
Copyright: Varies by Piece
|Season: All Year|
|Classification: Full Score , Instrument Part , Church or Concert|
|Technique: LV (Let Vibrate)|
|Voicing: Handbells, No Choral|
|Bells Used: Three Octaves: 25 Bells; Four Octaves: 28 Bells; Five Octaves: 39 Bells|