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Let Us Break Bread Together

Review:      Kurt Meyer's delicate setting of the beloved communion hymn is perfect for beginning choirs or choirs short on practice time.¬†Full chords abound, and the lack of stopped techniques means the piece can be played on handchimes as well as on handbells.¬†Compatible editions for small (2-3 octaves) and large (3-5 octaves) ensembles provide flexibility and opportunities for massed ringing.

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Published by: Grassy Meadow Music

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Composer:
Hymn Tune
Arranger:
Meyer, Kurt
Octaves:
2-5
Level:
1
Rating:
Easy
Copyright:
Varies by Piece
Season: Communion , All Year
Classification: Church or Concert , Hymn Tune
Technique: Echo , vib. (Vibrato) , LV (Let Vibrate)
Voicing: Handbells, No Choral
Instrument: Handbells OR Chimes
Bells Used: Two Octaves: 15 Bells; Three Octaves: 22 Bells; Four Octaves: 29 Bells; Five Octaves: 35 Bells
  Stock Number Description Price Qty. Ship Disc
MGMH230025 2-3 oct HB or HC  
 $4.95  $4.46
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10%
LGMH230025 Digital Site License
2-3 oct HB or HC
$44.95 - -
MGMH350033 3-5 oct HB or HC  
 $4.95  $4.46
S
10%
LGMH350033 Digital Site License
3-5 oct HB or HC
$54.95 - -
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