Good King Wenceslas for two octaves of handbells

Good King Wenceslas for two octaves of handbells
Good King Wenceslas for two octaves of handbells
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Good King Wenceslas has traditionally been associated with Christmas, because the good King and his page go out to feed the poor "on the Feast of Stephen" (Dec. 26.) It can be used in any winter celebration or concert.
This arrangement is for two octaves of handbells, hand chimes, or belleplates, from G4-G6. It is arranged so that each player has a lot to do. There is no rhythmic complexity. Everyone rings together, mostly on quarter notes. This was written for my fifth graders.
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Good King Wenceslas for two octaves of handbells
Good King Wenceslas for two octaves of handbells