Ring, Christmas Bells
Carol of the Bells
3-Part - Sheet Music

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Choral SAB Chorus, piano

SKU: CF.CM9644

Carol of the Bells. Composed by Peter J. Wilhousky Mykola Leontovich. Arranged by Daniel Afonso. Fold. Performance Score. 8 pages. Duration 1 minute, 39 seconds. Carl Fischer Music #CM9644. Published by Carl Fischer Music (CF.CM9644).

ISBN 9781491157169. UPC: 680160915729. 6.875 x 10.5 inches. Key: F minor. English, English.

Carefully crafted, Afonso's arrangement of Carol of the Bells offers a new character for the piece overall. With a dance-like piano accompaniment, this beloved holiday favorite is jazzy, jaunty and very fun to sing. Sure to light up your holiday concert!.
Ring, Christmas Bells! is a fun, new version of one of the holiday season's best-known songs, "Carol of the Bells." In this arrangement, the dance-like piano accompaniment creates a new overall character for the piece. The vocal parts were carefully written to fit a variety of ensembles, including those with an unbalanced number of treble singers. While rehearsing this piece, focus on keeping a light rhythmic drive, encouraging the singers to move to the rhythm as if dancing a slow waltz. It's also important to teach those with the main melody to always sing it as a four-bar melody, and not two.
Ring, Christmas Bells! is a fun, new version of one of the holiday season’s best-known songs, “Carol of the Bells.” In this arrangement, the dance-like piano accompaniment creates a new overall character for the piece. The vocal parts were carefully written to fit a variety of ensembles, including those with an unbalanced number of treble singers. While rehearsing this piece, focus on keeping a light rhythmic drive, encouraging the singers to move to the rhythm as if dancing a slow waltz. It’s also important to teach those with the main melody to always sing it as a four-bar melody, and not two.