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Titles - Part 1
Music can be difficult to find, even if
you know exactly what you want. Publishers
and distributors change their names and individual pieces of music go in
and out of
print, depending on sales.
Sheet Music Titles
and composers' names can often be spelled in
either by accident, or because there is no standard way of converting
language to English.
don't have a consistent way of categorizing music, so searches on
databases produce incomplete and inconsistent results. So much for the
The good news is
that I have collected over 300,000 of the most popular titles in all
divided them by instrument (such as violin, guitar, vocal, etc.), and
then arranged the titles in
alphabetical order. This makes it easier for you to find them, using a
search engine or by
browsing the titles. Each piece links directly to a store where you can
place an order if you wish.
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(press and hold the Ctrl key while typing F ). In the search
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search phrase and
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will find all links on this page which contains your search phrase. When
you find it, click on the link and
you should be taken to the item you wish to buy.
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HANDBELL Sheet Music Titles
- Part 1
titles are linked
to a picture of the item, together with further details and price. Note
are often discounts if you
buy 2 or more of one item. Check the
details after you click on the link to be sure. Secure online ordering
is available, as is speedy shipping to anywhere in the world.
Albert Hay Malotte: Lord's Prayer for Two or Three Octave Handbells Composed by Albert Hay Malotte, arranged by Douglas Schoen. Single piece for two or three octave handbells. C Major. Series: Handbell. 4 pages. Published by G. Schirmer, Inc. (HL.50488973)
Easter Accompaniments, Peals and Processionals Arranged by David L Sanders. Accompaniment and solo parts for 3, 4, and 5 octave handbells. 25 pages. Published by World Library Publications. (WL.003418)
George Frideric Handel: Air from Water Music (Handbell) Composed by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), arranged by Kevin McChesney. Handbell single for handbell ensemble. With standard notation. Published by Theodore Presser Company. (PR.114406640)
George Gershwin: Rhapsody In Blue, Themes From 2-3 Octaves Arranged by Douglas E. Wagner, composed by George Gershwin (1898-1937), edited by Gwyn Michel. Single piece for handbell (2 or 3 octaves). G Major. Series: Handbell. 8 pages. Published by Alfred Publishing. (AP.WBHB9708)
Jay Ungar: Ashokan Farewell Arranged by Douglas E. Wagner, edited by Gwyn Michel, composed by Jay Ungar. Single piece for handbells (3, 4, or 5 octaves). C Major. Series: Handbell. 8 pages. Published by Alfred Publishing. (AP.WBHB9705)
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