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Easy to Ring Praise and Worship

By Peggy Bettcher

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Handbell Choir 2-3 octave handbell choir (Collection) - Level 1
Arranged by Peggy Bettcher. This edition: Complete. Collection. Easy to Ring Series. Contemporary, Devotion, General Worship, Sacred. Handbell score. Duration 80 minutes. Hope Publishing Company #2505. Published by Hope Publishing Company (HP.2505).

Item Number: HP.2505

By Various Writers.

This is the fifth volume in the "Easy to Ring Praise & Worship Series" for 3-5 and now for 2-3 octaves by Peggy Bettcher. These simple settings appeal to beginning handbell and handchime choirs as well as more advanced choirs looking for interesting shorter arrangements that can be learned quickly. Each is a complete composition, suitable for performance, eighth notes are used sparingly, and the difficulty levels range from 1-2.

  • Knowing You  Composed by Graham Kendrick
  • Days Of Elijah  Composed by Robin Mark
  • In Christ Alone  Composed by Keith Getty & Stuart Townend
  • Holy Is The Lord  Composed by Chris Tomlin & Louis Giglio
  • The Potter's Hand  Composed by Darlene Zschech
  • Lord, Reign In Me  Composed by Brenton Brown
  • Shout to the North  Composed by Martin Smith
  • There Is A Redeemer  Composed by Melody Green
  • How Great Is Our God  Composed by Chris Tomlin, Jesse Reeves & Ed Cash
  • How Deep The Father's Love For Us  Composed by Stuart Townend
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    jankopis
    Location:
    Hammond, IN
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • August 29, 2019 Great titles, but....

    Like Easy to Ring Praise and Worship, this is also filled with a wonderful selection of songs, but my beginning ringers don't count half notes as 1 beat. To be truly level 1, time signatures should be in 3/4 of 4/4. Our guidelines for our choirs to...

    play hand bells or tone chimes is: know pink from blue, right from left and be able to count to 4. every piece is written in an odd time signature for the notes portrayed.

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