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Bronze Praise

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Handbell 2-3 Octave Collection
Arranger Anderson/Derousse
Publisher Agape
Catalog # 2301

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Bronze Praise Arranged by Anderson/Derousse. For Handbell 2-3 Octave Collection. Published by Agape. (Catalog # 2301, UPC: 763628123017)

"Bronze Praise" offers the handbell soloist accessible settings of popular contemporary songs, using a variety of techniques from a bell tree to mallets and multiple bells-in-hand. The difficulty level depends on the performance tempo. Each setting may be rung in a slower, meditative mood, or with an upbeat, peppy attitude. For the Piano Accompaniment CD ("A294"), each title has been recorded at three different tempos to facilitate learning at a slower pace and progressing up to performance speeds. The performance CD ("A296") includes all of Bronze Praise plus eleven additional titles from the Agape catalog. Titles include "Seek Ye First, Shout to the Lord, Shine Jesus Shine, I Love You Lord, You Are My All in All" and "In Awe Of You", which is a medley consisting of "Be Exalted O God, Majesty, I Stand in Awe, How Majestic is Your Name" and "Great Is the Lord."
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
I Love You Lord Anderson,Christine;  
In Awe Of You Medley Anderson,Christine;  
Seek Ye First Anderson,Christine;  
Shine Jesus Shine Anderson,Christine;  
Shout To The Lord Anderson,Christine;  
You Are My All In All Anderson,Christine;  
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