Music Received

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HANDBELLS

Away in a Manger, arr. Anna Laura Page. 3-5 octave handbell choir. Beckenhorst HB430, $3.95.

Catalonian Carol, arr. Ronald Kuffmann. 3-5 octave handbell choir. Beckenhorst HB426, $3.95.

Christmas Trilogy, arr. Janet Linker and Jane McFadden. 3-5 octave handbell choir (with opt. D8)/keyboard with opt. 3-5 octaves of handchimes and trumpet. Beckenhorst HB432, $5.95.

Funi, Fum, Fum, arr. Jason W. Krug. 3-5 octave handbell choir with opt. B-flat 2, opt. D8, opt. 3-5 octave handchimes and opt. castanets and tambourine. Beckenhorst HB423, $4.95.

God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, arr. Jason Tonioli and Matthew Compton. 3-7 octave handbell choir. Beckenhorst HB422, $3.95.

Infant Holy, Infant Lowly, arr. Lloyd Larson. 3-5 octave handbell choir. Beckenhorst HB434, $5.95.

Prepare the Way, O Zion, arr. Sondra K. Tucker. 3-5 octave handbell choir. Beckenhorst HB428, $3.95.

Rejoice, Give Thanks and Ring!, arr. Lloyd Larson. 3-5 octave handbell choir. Beckenhorst HB433, $3.95.

Sleep in Heavenly Peace (Stille Nacht by Franz Gruber), arr. Jason W. Krug. 3-5 octave handbell choir with opt. 3 octave handchimes. Beckenhorst HB427-1, $2.95.

Steadfast Assurance, arr. Jason W. Krug. 3-5 octave handbell choir with opt. 2 octave handchimes. Beckenhorst HB429, $3.95.

The Washington Post (John Philip Sousa), arr. Douglas Anderson. 4-6 octave handbell choir with opt. 2 octave handchimes. Beckenhorst HB425-1, $3.95.

CHORAL

Advent Blessing, Kris Crunk. Unison/piano. Choristers Guild CGA1273, $1.95.

Alleluia! Rejoice! The Lord Shall Come, arr. Patrick Liebergen. SATB/piano, opt. 2 octave handbells. Choristers Guild CGA1283, $2.10.

Amazing Grace, arr. Sandra Eithun. Unison/ piano. Choristers Guild CGA1269, $1.95.

Amen Siakudumisa, arr. Cameron F. LaBarr. SATB a cappella/opt. percussion. Choristers Guild CGA1285, $1.95.

Angels We Have Heard on High, arr. Howard Helvey. SATB/piano four-hands. Beckenhorst BP1957, $2.10.

Beloved, Mark A. Miller, SAB/piano. Choristers Guild CGA1281, $1.95.

Come to the Light, David Rasbach. SATB/ piano. Beckenhorst BP1958, $1.80.

Come and Sing a Song unto the Lord, Dan R. Edwards. Two-part/piano, opt. B-flat clarinet and tambourine. Choristers Guild CGA1272, $2.10.

Come, Thou Font of Every Blessing, arr. Victor Johnson. SATB/piano. Choristers Guild CGA1279, $2.10.

Cry No More, Dan Forrest. SATB/piano. Beckenhorst BPl 942, $1.95.

Every Knee Shall Bow, David Rasbach. SATB/piano. Beckenhorst BP1960, $1.80.

God, You Enfold Me, arr. Hal H. Hopson. Unison or two-part/piano, opt. C treble instrument. …

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