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How Good Lord to Be Here (Alternate Key)

Review:      "How Good, Lord, To Be Here (Alternate Key)" is an 8-Bell arrangement of the hymn tune POTSDAM using F5-F6. It may be rung by two people playing 4-in-Hand or four people in a small ensemble with 2 bells each. An excellent piece for Transfiguration Sunday, this piece incorporates triplets, eighth notes, and the swing technique to paint a sense of growing awe. This arrangement allows a quartet to ring with standard position assignments (spaces in the left hand and lines in the right hand). An alternate key version is available under the title¬†"How Good, Lord, To Be Here"¬†that uses bells G5-G6. All notes are rung and no tables are needed.

Permission is granted to the original purchaser of this music to make sufficient copies for their musicians. May NOT be duplicated for multiple groups.

Published by: Headless Mallets Publishing

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Composer:
Bach, Johann S.
Arranger:
Delancy, Lauran
Octaves:
2
Level:
NA
Rating:
Medium
Copyright:
2020
Season: Epiphany
Less than a full handbell choir: 4-in-hand ensemble , Duet , Ensemble , Quartet
Classification: Church or Concert , Hymn Tune
Technique: Sw (Swing)
Voicing: Handbells, No Choral
Bells Used: Two Octaves: 8 Bells
  Stock Number Description Price Qty. Ship Disc
MHEHM035 2 oct HB Ensemble for 8 Bells  
 $7.00  $5.95
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DHEHM035 Digital Direct
2 oct HB Ensemble for 8 Bells
 $7.00  $5.95
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