Handbell - Early Intermediate
Composed by Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725). Arranged by James Gilbert. Baroque Period, Christian, Sacred. 2 pages. Published by James Gilbert Music (S0.42729).
Item Number: S0.42729
For 3 Octave Handbell Choir.
A portion of Alessandro Scarlatti's Exultate Deo. Originally written for a quartet of advanced players, this piece is easily played by a full size early intermediate group.
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