"Lenten Processional" - 12 Bells
The reflective nature of this piece works well during the season of Lent, and the piece can be easily played without music. Each player has a simple one measure pattern that is repeated. The piece could be rung standing in place or while processing.
"Fairest Lord Jesus" (Hymn Descant) - 18 Bells (opt. 19 Bells)
A simple and meaningful descant to be used on one or two verses of the hymn, to add to the congregational singing experience. The descant matches the traditional harmony found in most hymnals (e.g. UMH, Glory to God).
"When I Survey the Wondrous Cross" - 19 Bells
This simple, yet powerful setting of the well-known hymn would be a wonderful addition to your Lent or Holy Week services. Following a soft introduction, the first verse begins simply, gradually expanding with richer and deeper harmonies. A brief interlude connects to the second verse, featuring a treble descant and new, interesting harmonies.
"What Wondrous Love Is This" - 12 Bells + Solo Instrument
This simple, plaintive arrangement of “What Wondrous Love Is This” works well throughout the Lenten season and during Holy Week. A somber, reflective setting of the old hymn tune, WONDROUS LOVE, the piece is scored for 12 bells and a solo instrument. Includes a solo part transposed for the following instruments: violin, flute, oboe, clarinet in Bb, trumpet in Bb, alto saxophone, and tenor saxophone.