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Finale From Symphony #2 In D Major
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Finale From Symphony #2 In D Major

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Handbells 4-5 Octaves
Composer Charles-Marie Widor
Arranger Fred Gramann
Publisher American Guild of English Hb Ringer
Grade 5
Catalog # AG46016J

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Finale From Symphony #2 In D Major Composed by Charles-Marie Widor. Arranged by Fred Gramann. For Handbells 4-5 Octaves. Published by American Guild of English Hb Ringer. (Catalog # AG46016J, UPC: 024257003430)

All the vibrant energy of Widor's masterful writing for the "king of instruments" shines through in this exciting handbell arrangement. The organ s orchestral treatment is adapted to the handbell medium with the aid of various techniques (TD, HD, mallets, LV, Sk, and Pl), coupled with a dynamic palette ranging from pp to ff. A stunning cathedral-like conclusion features pealing treble handbells layered over powerful bass chords. The arranger has included handbell assignments for the chromatic passages to save you rehearsal time.

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