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Revised How Brightly shines the Morning Star

Ann Cameron Pearce reworked “How Brightly shines the Morning Star” to be more accessible to more handbell choirs.

The basic requirement is for 3 octaves of handbells and 3 octaves of choir chimes. These are rung by one choir … in alternating fashion. One of them, more likely the chimes, could be played on piano or keyboard. The suspended bells could be played on xylophone or keyboard, etc. There are many possibilities!

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Listen to score before you buy

Listen to sheet music

This weekend added the ability to listen to some of the sheet music it has for sale. The recordings are of the Raleigh Flute Choir, a North Carolina group, of which arranger Ann Cameron Pearce is also a musician.

In addition to previewing the top two-thirds of the sheet music, customers may now listen to these flute arrangements as performed by the artist.

Here’s how the new pages look. As you can see, a preview of the sheet music is on the left while the ability to listen to the arrangement is on the right.

We hope you will like this new addition.

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Downloadable sheet music for flute

I developed for my mom Ann Cameron Pearce, who plays both handbells and flute, but spends much of her time creating new arrangements of songs for flute.

Mom has written more than 70 arrangements for flute, many of which have received recognition from the National Flute Association, among others.

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