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Title: And Can It Be
Voicing/Format: Handbells 3-5 Octaves
Arranger: Ingram, Bill
Catalog #: 2663
This stately hymn expresses the joy and confidence we have in the atoning death of Christ on the cross. With few bell changes and no hard rhythms, this Level 2 arrangement will come together quickly. Steady tempos bring out the melody, especially the "low melody" in measures 36-43.