Ring the World Around, Volume 2
Handchimes 2-3 octaves - Level 2
A Multicultural Celebration for 2 or 3 Octaves Handchimes or Handbells. Composed by Douglas E. Wagner. Reproducible Handbell Collection. Collection. Published by Lorenz Publishing - Digital Sheet Music (LX.20-1465L).
Item Number: LX.20-1465L
In answer to our many requests for easy secular titles, written primarily with handchimes in mind, we are pleased to offer this second volume of approachable and musically satisfying arrangements of folk tunes from around the globe. School, community, and church ensembles alike will find solid program material here, as well as music also well suited for performance with handbells. Suggestions for combining titles when added length is desired are included in the Foreword. As in the case of Volume 1, the great news with this collection is that the limited print license extended to the original purchaser allows a director to locally duplicate any of this music as many times as needed.
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- All the Pretty Little Horses (United States)
- All Through The Night (Wales)
- Chiapenecas (Mexico)
- Frere Jacques (France)
- Hey, Lolly, Lolly (Jamaica)
- Jasmine Flower (China)
- Skye Boat Song (Scotland)
- Slava (Russia)
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