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Finale From Symphony #2 In D Major
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Title: Finale From Symphony #2 In D Major


Voicing/Format: Handbells 4-5 Octaves
Publisher: American Guild of English Hb Ringer
Composer: Widor, Charles-Marie
Arranger: Gramann, Fred
Catalog #: AG46016J
Grade: 5 Price: $4.50

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All the vibrant energy of Widor's masterful writing for the "king of instruments" shines through in this exciting handbell arrangement. The organÆs orchestral treatment is adapted to the handbell medium with the aid of various techniques (TD, HD, mallets, LV, Sk, and Pl), coupled with a dynamic palette ranging from pp to ff. A stunning cathedral-like conclusion features pealing treble handbells layered over powerful bass chords. The arranger has included handbell assignments for the chromatic passages to save you rehearsal time.
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