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Bells with Instruments or Voices
Composers and Their Work
Afdahl, Lee J.
Benton, Douglas J.
Callahan, Frances L.
Downey, Erin K.
Estabrook, Dean M.
Garee, Betty B.
Gross, William E.
Johnson, Jad & Allison
Kellermeyer, David M.
Kent, David R.
Martinez-Ortiz, Rafael D.
Mathis, William H.
Merrett, Fred A.
Mizell, Carol Lynn
Murphy, Marcia M.
Nelson, Susan T.
Norman, Nancy A.
Palmer, J.H. LaVerne
Parsons, Thomas E.
Peery, Charles E
Quadrille Handbell Quartet
Ríos-Escribano, E. Bayoán
Rivera-Aponte, Carlos E.
Smith, Carol and Patty, Jane
Thompson, Martha Lynn
Waugh, Timothy H.
Wood, D. Ann
Festival & Workshop Music
Gospel and Spirituals
Greeting and Post Cards
Hymn Tune Arrangements
Hymns Your Way
Lent, Palm Sunday and Easter
Music Listed by Difficulty Level
Music Listed by Octaves
Patriotic & Americana
Rhythmic, Jazz, Blues
School and Community Choirs
Solos and Ensembles
Vocal Solo, Ensembles, or Choirs
Winter Holiday Music
Tim brings to the manuscript, podium, stage and classroom an energy and
vitality that seems to ensure the success of performers of every age and
Internationally acclaimed conductor, composer, and performance arts
educator, Tim Waugh is well known in many performance mediums,
including handbell, choral, church music and musical theatre. Early in
his career he became noted for his work in conducting and teaching
children and youth and he is excited to continue those pursuits while
working with children of all ages! He is a tireless champion for
performance arts in both the classroom and the community.
Recently retiring after a career spanning over 30 years of public
school music education in southern West Virginia, Tim has more time to
pursue other facets of music-making! When not on the road conducting
or teaching at one of over 20 festivals and workshops a year, or
composing and writing from his studio, he serves as Artist-in-Residence
at Beckley Presbyterian Church.
Early in 2008, his composition CreationEtere, which memorialized the space shuttle Columbia and her crew, was electronically played
aboard the International Space Station.
His compositions of liturgical, choral, organ and handbell music are
published in the US by nine publishers. He is often commissioned to
write new compositions for events and festivals. His conducting, workshop and performance travels have taken him to
almost every US state and to Canada, England, Ireland and Puerto Rico.
Waugh, Timothy H.