The Revised AGEHR Handbell and Handchime Notation Booklet

The Revised AGEHR Handbell and Handchime
Notation Booklet (R-101)

Below is the catalog description of a book that is useful in
planning bell-ringing programs. -Vince Treadway

Here is a reference book that should sit on the desk of every handbell director. Published as a by-product of the Seventh National AGEHR
Conference covering handbell notation, this booklet is divided into three sections: Handbell and Handchime Notation; Handbell and Handchime Difficulty Level System; and Solo and Ensemble Notation. Topics or questions that could arise from printed handbell music are meticulously discussed, as well as the latest ringing techniques, including those specifically designed for the soloist.

Reproducible pages and musical examples are included in this resource that will be a useful tool for directors and ringers for years to come. Syncopation, rests, reproducible exercises, references to hymns, and many more topics are included in this marvelous book that will develop and sharpen the skills of any size choir.