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He shall feed his flock

By George Frideric Handel

Handbell - Digital Download
Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759). Arranged by Kimber. Baroque Period. 2 pages. Published by Cantate Music (S0.195863).

Item Number: S0.195863

A new version of this famous solo from Handel's Messiah arranged for 2 octaves handbells.

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  • 2018-04-16 16:53:58.0 Not as advertised

    The description of this product states that it is "arranged for 2 octaves handbells". All the notes (from G4 to A6) are written on the treble clef, which is very hard to read and is not standard for handbell music. Most 2 octave handbell sets range from G4 to G6...

    , so you will need one note, A6, from the third octave set. I cannot rate the arrangement, as we have not played it.

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