Notebook Position Reference Cards – Set of 11

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  • Notebook Position Reference Cards – Set of 11
  • Notebook Position Reference Cards – Set of 11
  • Notebook Position Reference Cards – Set of 11
  • Notebook Position Reference Cards – Set of 11
  • Notebook Position Reference Cards – Set of 11
$15.00

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Eleven two-sided position reference cards, one for each 'standard' position in a 2- or 3-octave range of bells or chimes.  Great instructional tool for any age and ability.

Both sides of each card offer clear graphics that are easy to read at a quick glance.  (Click the small image)

  1. Side one: single staff showing all notes in position (including accidentals) plus submarking of shared bells.
  2. Side two: grand staff with piano keyboard below with labels marked for 37 notes. Entire 3-octave range is separated into 11 positions (2-octave range in gray; 3rd-octave add-on in magenta), including the individual position marked in bold color.
  • Set includes 11 cards, position 1-11, range C4-C7 (2-oct. range, use charts 3-10)
  • Heavyweight laminate
  • Size: 4" x 11"
  • Punched to fit standard 3-ring binder

Suggestion: when introducing handbells to a new choir or to substitute ringers, place the individual cards on the table in front of the designated bells or chimes.  Then place each card in folders as a handy daily reference guide. 

Also available: Standard Handbell and Handchime Position Wall Chart (2-3 oct.) and Notebook Insert (2-5 oct.)

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    I CAN'T WAIT FOR OUR RINGERS TO SEE THEM!

    Posted by Diana on Jan 24th 2019

    It is a great visual aid for new ringers! I would buy these again but I think they will last a long time. Very sturdy!

  • 5
    These will help our ringers mark their music

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 26th 2016

    these reference cards are a must for new ringers who mark their music. The cards show the octaves and where they are found in the music. this is great for non music reading ringers.

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