by The Jackson 5
Handbell Choir - Digital Sheet Music

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Handbell - Level 4 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.948828

By The Jackson 5. By Alphonso Mizell, Berry Gordy, Deke Richards, and Frederick Perren. Arranged by Ron Mallory. Pop. Score. 12 pages. Ron Mallory Music #5321113. Published by Ron Mallory Music (A0.948828).

"ABC (123)," with lead vocals by a young Michael Jackson, was first released in 1970 and became one of the Jackson 5's most famous hits. This high-energy arrangement, full of martellatos, thumb damps, and other percussive handbell techniques-plus optional tambourine-is sure to be an audience favorite. (3-5 octaves and optional tambourine, Level 3+)

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Ron Mallory is a composer of music, worship leader, and science and arts educator. For more about Ron and his music, visit

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