Chime Soloist

Ave Verum



  "Ave Verum" is a short Eucharistic hymn dating from the 14th century. It has been set to music by various composers but Mozart's rendition is perhaps the best known of all. With a slow tempo, no sixteenth notes, very few eighth notes and no key changes, this 46-measure piece is easy enough that even a novice should be able to accomplish ringing it. A nice addition to the repertoire of an experienced ringer, it can quickly be effectively rung with relative ease. It is set in D Major.
 Composer:Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
 Arranger:Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J.
 Octaves:2
 Copyright:2009
 Level:NA
 Rating:Easy
 Less than a full Handbell Choir: Solo Ringer
 Classification:Church or Concert Concert Compact Disc Classical Composers Classical Music Hymn Tune 
 Technique:No Special Technique, may go well with chimes  
 Voicing: Handbells, No Choral  
 Instrument: Handbells OR Chimes  
 Season: All Year  Communion  
 Bells Used: Two Octaves(14)  
 Stock Number: MCE1102   2 Octave Handbell Solo with Fully Orchestrated Accompaniment CD