We’re in the process of expanding our catalog! The latest two pieces are from Low Ding Zone!
“Charleston” is the famous song by Cecil Mack and Jimmy Johnson that sparked a huge dance craze that carries over to today’s lindy hop fans. Scored for seven bass ringers, it’s full of wild action that will have you dancing too.
The “Outta My Way Blues” probably is *the* weirdest handbell piece on the planet. While it’s and original piece for seven ringers, the choreography is always a (very, very small) step from getting completely out of hand as one player gradually takes over four malleted parts. The four displaced players, undaunted, add their own lines on Bb or C instruments (Bb clarinets are recommended, as the last two chords are written to be played left-handed while playing bells right-handed)!