Distinctive Arrangements for F5 to C7
From Handel to Mozart to Vivaldi (and more!), Classical Favorites for Twelve Bells is ideal for times when you may need some variety in your program, as it offers sacred, secular and crossover titles. You'll find yourself reaching for this collection when you're off to venues like nursing homes, schools, weddings, business events or Sunday services.
While each piece uses only twelve bells spanning F5 to C7, not every title uses the "standard"Ł set of twelve bells in F major, dramatically expanding the possibilities for varied keys and harmonies.
Voicing: Twelve bells F5 to C7 (3 octaves)
Composers: Antonio Vivaldi, Charles-Camille Saint-Saens, Franz Leh├ír, Gustav Holst, Jean-Joseph Mouret, Robert Schumann, George Frideric Handel, Antonin Dvorak, Giuseppe Verdi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Arranger: Sandra Eithun
Tune sources: Antonio Vivaldi, Charles-Camille Saint-Saens, Franz Leh├ír, Gustav Holst, Jean-Joseph Mouret, Robert Schumann, George Frideric Handel, Antonin Dvo┼T├ík, Giuseppe Verdi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Levels: 2 and 3
Contents: Themes from The Four Seasons (Spring and Autumn); Theme from LeCygne (The Swan); The Merry Widow Waltz; Jupiter; Rondeau; The Happy Farmer; Hornpipe; Theme from New World Symphony (Largo); La donna ├Ę mobile; 4th Movement from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Rondo)