"Still, Still, Still" - 12 Bells + opt. 4 Handchimes (six players)
This reflective arrangement of a beloved Christmas favorite is perfect for a candlelight Christmas Eve service.
The piece begins with a simple open fifth, gradually growing out of nothing using the singing bell technique. The singing bells underscore much of the arrangement, with the addition of handchimes partway through. The piece ends as simply and quietly as it began – with the singing bells fading away to nothing.
"Hark! the Herald Angels Sing" (Hymn Descant) - 13 or 17 Bells
Use this descant on one or two verses of the carol, to add to the congregational singing experience. The descant matches the traditional harmony found in most hymnals. Includes two versions: one for 13 bells and one for 17 bells, depending on the size of your ensemble.
"In the Bleak Midwinter" - 16 Bells
This simple setting of a Christmas favorite features sparkling cluster chords and beautiful, interesting harmonies, while still being accessible and easy to learn and play. Use it as a prelude, anthem, or offertory on Christmas Eve or during the Christmas season.
"Joy to the World" (Hymn Descant) - 12 Bells with Piano or Organ and Congregational Singing
Use this bright, festive descant on one or two verses of the carol, to add to the congregational singing experience. The descant matches the traditional harmony found in most hymnals.