Chime Soloist

How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place



  "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place" is one of seven movements from the large scale work "A German Requiem" written for choir, orchestra and soloists. Unlike a Catholic requiem mass that uses standardized Latin, this work derives its text from the Holy Scriptures utilizing a German Luther Bible. This was one of Brahms' longest compositions. It is a sacred but non-liturgical piece. Much of this piece is easy to ring but there are some challenges throughout it. Arranged in Eb Major, this work is 179 measures.
 Composer:Brahms, Johann
 Arranger:Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J.
 Octaves:3
 Copyright:2009
 Level:NA
 Rating:Easy Medium
 Less than a full Handbell Choir: Solo Ringer
 Classification:Church or Concert Compact Disc Classical Composers Classical Music 
 Technique:No Special Technique, may go well with chimes  
 Voicing: Handbells, No Choral  
 Instrument: Handbells OR Chimes  
 Season: All Year  
 Bells Used: Three Octaves (27)  
 Stock Number: MCE1105   3 Octave Handbell Solo with Fully Orchestrated Accompaniment CD