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How Can I Keep From Singing

By Robert Lowry

Handbell choir (3-6 octaves) - Level 3-
Composed by Robert Lowry. Arranged by Arnold B. Sherman. Published by Red River Music (JF.MRRHB0060).

Item Number: JF.MRRHB0060

Truly a unique work, this piece features Robert Lowry's rhythmic hymn tune supported in part by a "singing bell" technique, which uses round sticks rubbed around the outer rim of the bell, for a truly ethereal sound. Full instructions for this technique plus a biography on Robert Lowry and the full lyrics for the hymn are included.

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    Schererville, IN
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  • July 11, 2011 Etheral, and Harmonically Rich.

    Arnold Sherman sets here a captivating arrangment on the Robert Lowry hymn, "How Can I Keep From Singing." Incoporating the popular technique the "Singing Bell" this is a very etheral, fleeting, and harmonically rich setting. This piece will be sure to keep ringers occupied and engaged from beginning to end...

    . A piece that will have a lasting effect on both your ringers and congregation. While not a difficult work, ringers will need to pay close attention to their directors instruction when swtiching from and to the "singing bell."

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