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Gospel Ring, A
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Title: Gospel Ring, A


Voicing/Format: Handbell 3-5 Octave Score
Publisher: Beckenhorst Press Inc
Arranger: Page, Anna Laura
Catalog #: HB377
Grade: 3 Price: $5.95

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Anna Laura Page his given us A Gospel Ring, a laid-back swing arrangement of "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder" and "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms," for three to seven octaves of handbells and keyboard. This energetic amalgam of two beloved spirituals is guaranteed to delight both your ringers and your audience. Both the bells and keyboard play an equal role in this arrangement, so your musicians will need to pay careful attention to their dynamic levels. This piece makes a unique addition to either a worship service or a spring concert.
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