Easter Fanfare & Hymn Descant (Handbells)

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Easter Fanfare & Hymn Descant (Handbells)

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This festive acclamation can be used on its own or in conjunction with the common Easter hymn, “Christ the Lord is Risen Today.” The fanfare is written in C major and designed to lead right into the hymn introduction. The descant works great on one of the middle verses (so your sopranos can still have their descant on the last verse).

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Handbell Choir
Year of Composition: 2014
Length: Flexible

“Easter Fanfare,” a festive acclamation for Easter Sunday, can be used on its own or in conjunction with the common Easter hymn, “Christ the Lord is Risen Today.” The fanfare (13 bells) is written in C major and designed to lead right into the hymn introduction. It is accessible for a beginning handbell choir with as few as seven members. The parts are repetitive enough that you can even do it without music! For extra effect, try starting from the back and processing in.

The descant (21 bells) works great on one of the middle verses (so your sopranos can still have their descant on the last verse). *Digital file includes license to print copies for the exclusive use of your church.