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I had a 3/4 combo last year. I love Christmas but I do not like performances. I needed to think of something that I would enjoy doing as well as the kids. So, I borrowed a class set of handbells from a nearby school. I think they were "tired" of using them (as there are not many songs you can easily do with the notes you have in the set) but it was brand-new for us! We played Jingle Bells, and Up on the Housetop. The kids LOVED the bells and the variety it added to the program was really nice.

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1belle1 10-24-2010 06:40 PM

thanks. I was contemplating singing or dancing. ;-)

Idea Hungry 10-24-2010 06:04 AM

I had a 3/4 combo last year. I love Christmas but I do not like performances. I needed to think of something that I would enjoy doing as well as the kids. So, I borrowed a class set of handbells from a nearby school. I think they were "tired" of using them (as there are not many songs you can easily do with the notes you have in the set) but it was brand-new for us! We played Jingle Bells, and Up on the Housetop. The kids LOVED the bells and the variety it added to the program was really nice.

1belle1 10-19-2010 03:54 PM

Being between the primary and junior division, I'm stuck! I'm hoping someone will have some ideas as to what I can do with them for a Christmas concert. TIA




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