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Learning to Ring - E-Z Reader Basics

Catalog Number: HB383

Price: $7.15

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A complete teaching curriculum for handbells and handchimes, has now expanded to include a new supplementary series called E-Z Reader. This series features enlarged notation and is especially created fro ringers who may have some vision impairment. E-Z Reader Basics is a collection of beginning songs from the LEARNING TO RING repertoire books: Standard Hymns, Favorite Hymns, and All-Time Favorites. The songs are grouped by rhythmic requirements, just as the lessons are presented in the Director's Manual HB200 or HB315, thus making correlation possible and encouraged. In addition, the EZ Reader Series offers four sets of related pieces (Spirituals, Songs of Praise, Classics, and Old-Time Favorites) which provide accessible repertoire at the beginning levels fro immediate success. Senior citizens, elementary groups, music therapists, and nay one else requiring enlarged notation for ease of reading will welcome the advent of the Learning to Ring E-Z Reader Series.

Table of Contents:
  • All Glory Laud And Honor (Melchoir Teshner)
  • Amazing Grace
  • Ash Grove The
  • Breathe On Me Breath Of God (Robt J. Jackson)
  • Clementine
  • Dreydel Song The
  • Fairest Lord Jesus (HA Hoffman Von Fallersleben)
  • French Cradle Song
  • Good Night Ladies
  • Ive Been Working On The Railroad
  • Just A Closer Walk With Thee
  • Man On The Flying Trapeze The (George Leybourne)
  • Nearer My God To Thee (Lowell Mason)
  • Oh Susanna (Stephen C Foster)
  • Rock Of Ages (Thomas Hastings)
  • Swing Low Sweet Chariot

  • Publisher: Lorenz
    Composer/Author: Susan Berry
    Arranger/Editor: Janet Van Valey
    Catalog Number: HB383