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Christ Child's Lullaby:  Traditional Scottish Melody,Wilson, Malcolm C.,GI
The origin of this obscure but beautiful melody comes from the Gaelic culture.
 
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel:  Traditional Spiritual,Lamb, Linda R.,GI
This exhilarating rhythmic romp is designed for the intermediate to advanced ensemble.
 
For the Beauty of the Earth:  Kocher, Conrad,Moats, William E.,GI
In one word, “delightful.” Arranger Moats employs plenty of malleting and mixed meter to provide a stirring and upbeat setting of this wonderful hymn.
 
Holy Holy Holy:  Dykes, John B.,Watanabe, Kiyo,GI
A grand fanfare opens this arrangement of the hymn tune, NICEA, commonly known as the hymn tune "Holy, Holy, Holy."
 
In the Bleak Midwinter:  Holst, Gustav,Eithun, Sandra,GI
An elegantly graceful offering teeming with rich chords, this arrangement is stunning in its simplicity and beauty.
 
I Sing the Mighty Power of God:  Traditional,Ingram, Bill,GI
The hymn tune ELLACOMBE is arranged in a spirited and vibrant manner in this edition. One more interesting feature of this arrangement is that it starts with the low bass clef bells only.
 
I've Got Peace Like a River:  African American Spiritual,Mazzatenta, Michael ,GI
This enjoyable setting uses a variety of styles and techniques offering a fanciful interpretation to this well-known spiritual.
 
I Waited for the Lord:  Mendelssohn, Felix,Thompson, Martha Lynn,GI
This extraordinary arrangement is taken from Mendelssohn’s cantata, Hymn of Praise. It is scored to allow for flexibility in how it is performed. It can be rung on handbells or handchimes alone.
 
Nocturne In C Minor:  Hascall, Nancy,,GI
Subtitled “Moonlight,” this original work is in the mold of Beethoven’s tranquil Moonlight Sonata and has been crafted for 3/6 octaves.
 
O Come O Come Emmanuel:  Traditional,Roberts, Philip L.,GI
Following a slow, deliberate introduction, this chant is carefully arranged to bring a fresh presentation to perhaps one of our most well-know pieces for Advent.
 
One Great Spirit:  Wissinger, Kathleen,,GI
This original work was written for a niece and her Lakhota friends at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Thus, there is a gentle Native-American aura about the work.
 
O Waly Waly:  Traditional,Evanovich, Joshua A.,GI
The mood is gentle and moving for this ageless folk classic.
 
Prelude on Hyfrydol:  Prichard, Rowland H.,Hanna, Donna,GI
Following a joyful, transparent opening supported by malleting in the bass, the mood becomes more reflective and expressive.
 
Prepare the Way O Zion:  Traditional,Mazzatenta, Michael,GI
Lovely and accessible, this Advent hymn is a well-constructed and musically effective arrangement.
 
Psallite:  Praetorius, Michael,Nelson, Susan T.,GI
While perfectly suited for handbells alone, this piece is richly enhanced when chimes and recorders or strings are available. Parts for all instruments (soprano, alto, tenor and bass recorder, or 2 violins, viola and cello) are included in the score.
 
Three Acclamations for Two Octaves:  Prins, Matthew,,GI
Wonderfully refreshing, this original work is in three movements: "Let Peace Reign, Reflection and Meditation, and Postlude for Ordinary Time."
 
Travelers from Nazareth:  Wissinger, K.,,GI
Sing a new Christmas carol this yuletide and accompany it with bells! This original hymn describing Mary and Joseph's trip to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus includes the congregational hymn and permission to copy it. The bells ring introduction and interludes but mostly provide accompaniment for the singing.
 
Wasn't That a Witness For My Lord:  African American Spiritual,Rose, William G.,GI
This piece is arranged in a true spiritual style and after a slow but building introduction exhibits bountiful rhythmic energy that ringers and audiences are sure to enjoy.