Let the Bells Ring Out! Anthem for dedication of bells by Simon Peberdy
by Simon Peberdy
4-Part - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22134515
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Let the Bells Ring Out! Anthem for dedication of bells by Simon Peberdy
by Simon Peberdy
4-Part - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22134515
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Composed by Simon Peberdy. Christian,Contemporary,Sacred. Octavo. 8 pages. Simon Peberdy #6625969. Published by Simon Peberdy (A0.757139).

For SATB choir. Written for the rededication of the bells in Ledbury, Herefordshire (UK), this anthem was composed to be simple to learn, yet with plenty of recognisable bell patterns for change ringers (they will notice rounds, queens, titters, and backwards rounds, as well as recognising a quickening in pace as the bells are "rung down" towards the end.
Having been present at various bell dedication services, I thought it was high time there was a suitable anthem available that an average church choir could sing. So here it is.

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