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Tracy DePue - Ready to Take on Two Bells in One (2010 Alleluia Conference)
Description: This class explores various multiple bell techniques - how to play them and how to teach them successfully. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University – Waco, Texas   (More)
Mary-Kay Parrish - Are Handbells Relevant in Today's Church Music (2011 Alleluia Conference)   Description: Perhaps not if we don't make some changes in the ways we use bells in our worship services. Maybe playing a piece for the Prelude or Offertory is not all you can do. Let's (More)
Mary-Kay Parrish - It Takes Two to Tango (2011 Alleluia Conference)   Description: Whose job is more vital, the director's or the ringer's? What does each owe to the other? We'll talk about how a ringer can be the best she or he can be; likewise, what is (More)
Debbie Rice - Becoming Team Players through Critical Listening (2014 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Critical listening represents an area of essential skills that directors and ringers navigate together in order to become a stronger team. Attendees will participate as ringers exploring how to: create the best group sound, execute d (More)
Debbie Rice - Bells Outside the Box (2014 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Bells Outside the Box shares creative ways to use your bells in conjunction with magazines, empty paper towel rolls…seriously? (or conduit pipe!), plastic cups, low bass mallets and boom whackers to Praise the Lord. Warning: this cou (More)
Ron Mallory - Composing and Arranging for Handbells (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Learn methods of creating your own arrangements and original compositions for advanced handbell choirs, from hymn settings to processionals and beyond. Location: McCrary Music Building, Baylor University - Waco, Texas   (More)
Ron Mallory - Techniques for Handbell Ringers and Conductors (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Good technique provides a foundation for good musicianship. We'll explore advanced techniques for both handbell ringers and conductors, and along the way will help each to better understand the other's role in making great music. (More)
Ron Mallory - Handbells in Contemporary Worship (2018 Alleluia Conference)
Description: More and more churches are switching to contemporary worship styles, and there's no reason handbell musicians can't participate. Come explore some creative ways to use a handbell choir, ensemble, or soloist in a contemporary worship (More)
Bob Avant - Ringing Skills & Techniques for Levels 3-5 (2017 Alleluia Conference)
Description: This session will focus on the skills required to perform music that is more challenging. This will include multiple bell techniques, dealing with “impossible” ringing sections and developing fast note skills. Teaching techniques for (More)
Debbie Rice - Moving from Score Study (2014 Alleluia Conference)
Description: Go behind the scenes to observe a strategy that begins with score study and ends with the ringers’ ability to make music that becomes worship. The added benefit of this planning style also results in efficient use of rehearsal time. (More)
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