Weaving together three delightful melodies, this original composition sparkles with energy.
Ring Together Hymns Volume 2 (COLLECTION OF 4 PIECES) (arr. Groth & McChesney)
Includes Now Thank We all Our God, Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us; Lord, Dismiss Us with Thy Blessing; and Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee.
Ringing Praises (COLLECTION of 8 MEDLEYS) (by Linda Lamb)
These are easy medleys of praise and worship songs blended with traditional hymns.
Shall We Gather at the River (by Endean)
A great easy arrangement for a two octave group. Contains nothing harder than eighth notes.
Sheep May Safely Graze (by Sharon Elery Rogers)
2 or 3 octaves
This gentle flowing music is based on one of Bach’s most beautiful hymns. Purely beautiful!
Shepherd’s Hymn after the Storm (arr. Mallory)
3, 4, or 5 octaves
This selection from Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony depicts the clearing of the sky after a storm. Written in ¾ time, the arrangement is easy enough for beginning ringers.
Shine, Jesus, Shine (Graham Kendrick)
This Peggy Bettcher arrangement ir a top-seller in the Agape line.
Short and Sweet Hymns of Joy (Collection of 8 songs) (by Susan Geschke)
Eight of todays hymn tunes in easy-to-pay beginning handbell and handchime choirs. Songs include: O Come, Little Children; O Come O Come Emmanuel; The Sleep of the Child Jesus; Promised Land; When I Survey the Wondrous Cross; The God of Abraham Be Praise; Savior Like a Shepherd Lead Us; Tws in the Moon of Wintertime.
Sonrise (Julie Turner)
This simple yet elegant original is equally at home in a worship service, at a festival, or when played under the alternate title “Sunrise” in a secular concert.
Speak, O Lord (by Peggy Bettcher)
A contemporary hymn that reminds us that God reveals himself to us through Scripture, prayer and preaching.