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CGB422 Morning Has Broken (3, 4 or 5 octaves)

Morning Has Broken (3, 4 or 5 octaves)

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The traditional Gaelic melody often paired with Eleanor Farjeon's hymn is given a gentle, straightforward treatment that contains simple rhythms and only one bell change. Surrounding two settings of the familiar tune is a complementary original melody that serves as an introduction, interlude and coda. The two versions of the arrangement are compatible, making the piece ideal for festivals and other multiple choir events.

Voicing: 3, 4 or 5 octaves handbells

Composer: Gaelic melody

Arranger: Arnold B. Sherman

Level: 1

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CGB421 Morning Has Broken (2 or 3 octaves)


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