I Stand All Amazed – Bell Chart

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I was asked for a bell chart for I Stand All Amazed so I thought I would share it with anyone who is interested.  It is best to be played with the 20-note Kidsplay handbell set.   However, the 13-note set would suffice, you just wouldn’t have the octaves.  If you want to know how I use handbells in Primary, or where to purchase a set, find more information HERE.
 
You can download a copy of my bell chart using the access button at the bottom of this post.  I’d recommend printing on card stock and placing in sheet protectors.
 
**With this chart, the notes that are to be played using the higher octave bells (like the C, C# D, and D# on page 5) are deNOTED (ha!) by a black circle around the note.  The lower octaves do not have a black circle.  If you do not have the 20-note set and only the 13-note set, just disregard as it can still be played without the octaves.  If it’s too confusing for the kids, just have both octaves play at the same time.  Leave a comment with any questions.
 
(if you find any mistakes, PLEASE let me know!)

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4 thoughts on “I Stand All Amazed – Bell Chart”

    1. This song has SO many sharps (#) that I don't think it would work with the 8-bell set. You'd have to skip every note that had a sharp (#) and that is almost half the song. I'd really work on adding to your set so you can have the sharps (#).

      ~Camille

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