If you are a beginner, playing by note can be difficult. It is easier to follow color-coded circles with note letters.
Just by following the color circles, you will sound like an experienced musician.
Music bells create an amazing sound and there is no need to worry about being in tune or finger position.
The unique advantage of bell sets is the fact that each note is created by an individual bell, so the notes that are not used in a particular song can be removed and the student has a greater chance for success. A handbell orchestra acts as one
instrument, with each musician responsible for their particular notes, sounding their assigned bells whenever those notes appear in the music.
Give each participant one or two bells and ask them to join in a simple melody. Independently, whether the player has musical knowledge or not, the band will sound harmoniously with just a little bit of training.
The color of the bells or resonator blocks must be the same as the color of the bells below. Our color chromatic scale corresponds to the chakra system.
C low - red, D - orange, E - yellow, F - green, G - light blue, A - blue, B - violet, and C high - white.
Each chakra is said to vibrate at a different frequency and is associated with a particular color and particular music note.
There are two parts of our songbook. We present the traditional African songs in the first part and the African-American spirituals in the second.
Part 1. Folk Songs
Che Che Koolay
Do Do Ki Do
Plouf Tizen Tizen
Stick Passing Song
Part 2. Spirituals
Every Time I Feel the Spirit
Go, Tell It on the Mountain
Great Big Stars
Jesus Walked This Lonesome Valley
Kumbaya, My Lord
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
Somebody's Knocking at Your Door
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
This Little Light of Mine
There's a Meeting Here Tonight
We Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder
We Are Marching (Siyahamba)
Who Built the Ark?