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Basic Training For Bells

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Handbell Collections
Composer Venita Macgorman
Publisher Choristers Guild
Catalog # CGB323

Price: $12.95

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Basic Training For Bells Composed by Venita Macgorman. For Handbell Collections. Published by Choristers Guild. (Catalog # CGB323, UPC: 9781929187195)

This collection introduces the essential skills needed for ringing handbells and handchimes, presenting rote exercises for the ringers to drill each new skill. Music throughout the book, arranged in both two and three octave versions, includes hymn arrangements, classical transcriptions and original pieces. The music provides all ringers the opportunity to put each newly learned technique into practice. Instructions are given for modifying the techniques for use with handchime choirs. A bibliography of music utilizing the various techniques is included. Creative and humorous illustrations throughout the book enhance its appeal to ringers of all ages. The collection is three-hole punched for easy insertion into each ringer's notebook.

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