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Keep It Simple: Carols For Christmas
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Keep It Simple: Carols For Christmas

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Handbell 3 Octave Collection
Arranger Lloyd Larson
Publisher Agape
Grade 1
Catalog # 2368

Price: $12.95

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Keep It Simple: Carols For Christmas Arranged by Lloyd Larson. For Handbell 3 Octave Collection. Published by Agape. (Catalog # 2368, UPC: 763628123680)

This accessible 3 octave collection is designed to be performed on either handchimes or handbells. Included are some of the most prominent yuletide melodies in fresh new settings appropriate for level one ringers. Quickly learned, these arrangements make ideal considerations for worship and concerts during the busy Christmas season.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AWAY IN A MANGER/STILL STILL STILL  
HARK THE HERALD ANGELS SING  
IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER  
JOY TO THE WORLD  
O COME ALL YE FAITHFUL  
O COME O COME EMMANUEL  
SILENT NIGHT HOLY NIGHT  
WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE  

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