Notebook Reference Guide – Special Techniques and Musical Terms
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Here's a 2-sided reference guide to help you understand a special technique or know what a music term means.
The front side is filled with all the handbell and handchime symbols you're likely to encounter; the back side offers the most common symbols in general music, including a user-friendly chart with common key signatures and repeat signs.
Both sides offer quick and simple descriptions that are easy to understand at a quick glance.
- Punched to fit a standard 3-ring binder
Click on both the large and the small pictures to view both sides of this guide.
very helpful as I have joined a veteran choir but it's been several years since I have played. I'v forgotten so many special techniques!
I am both a handbell ringer and a composer who writes for handbells. There is an almost bewildering assortment of techniques which are used in playing handbells, each with their own unique sound.
I favor linear counterpoint when I compose music -- but I'm also focused on changes in timbre and color. This reference guide is absolutely indispensable for helping me choose and notate the technique I want to use when I'm writing. It's also a great refresher when I'm playing handbells and see a rarely-used technique (TLD, PL, TPL etc.) this guide is extremely helpful in explaining the technique to be used.
This guide should be in every bell-ringer's music folder.
All the information I need (including a brief description of the technique) in a very concise and easily referenced page. I love it!
At a recent handbell workshop I saw this sheet
of bell terms which had, not only the sign for the different bell technique, but also explained how to perform the technique. I felt this would be a good thing to have in each of my bellringers folders. This will be a good tool for them to have and help them with their understanding of what to do when playing the music.