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Ring, Bells, Ring (for one octave of handbells C-c)

Ring, Bells, Ring (for one octave of handbells C-c)
Ring, Bells, Ring (for one octave of handbells C-c)
Ring, Bells, Ring (for one octave of handbells C-c)
Ring, Bells, Ring (for one octave of handbells C-c)
Product Description
This piece is written on four staves in treble clef. It is intended for four handbell players with each player reading from one staff (C-D, E-F, G-A, B-C). It can also be played with eight students, one on each bell. Only quarter and half notes and rests are used. I recommend having the students write the beats of the measure under their part so that they can count aloud as they play.
I wrote this for a beginning handbell group of only three fifth graders plus me. It can be used with any handheld instruments with a diatonic range of one octave such as boomwhackers, tone bells, belleplates, or individual resonator bells.
Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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