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Hand-Bells are color-coded, easy to play, and provide opportunities for many creative group ensemble activities.

ActivitiesEdit

Hand-Bell Choir: Meet regularly with a group to create a hand-bell choir.  Name That Tune! Prepare a poster with colored dots, preferrably spaced to signify basic rhythms. Individuals will be ready to play when it is their turn. If reading the colors alone is difficult, you may conduct the song. The group tries to guess the tune!

ResourcesEdit

Strutzel, Michelle. (June 9, 2011). Jason Mraz group handbell activity. [Web log comment].  Retrieved from http://beyondthemusicmt.blogspot.com/2011/06/jason-mraz-group-  handbell-activity.html

Strutzel, Michelle. (May 1, 2010). “New Soul” on handbells. [Web log comment]. Retrieved  from http://beyondthemusicmt.blogspot.com/2010/05/new-soul-on-handbells.html


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Further ReadingEdit

ContributorsEdit

James E. Riley, MT-BC

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