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Ring New Songs to the Lord, Vol. 1 (easy settings of praise and worship songs blended with traditional hymns)

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Scored for Handchimes, Handbells

Level 2 • Many of today's churches embrace traditional and contemporary music in their ongoing mission to uplift and inspire. This volume has been compiled in that spirit. Each of these eight arrangements pairs a popular praise song with a traditional hymn tune in similar musical style and in common conveyance of the hymn's message. Scored for handbells or handchimes, these titles will be meaningful additions to any worship experience, whether programmed as preludes, prayer responses, offertory selections, or music to be rung during the distribution of Holy Communion.

Voicing: HB 2-3(HC 2-3)

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Michael Ryan
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Season: Easter
Instrumentation: Handbells Handchimes
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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