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Making music with pipe chimes is an easy and inexpensive way to have fun with your family. My Mom saw pipe chimes more than thirty years ago and our family has been making music with conduit pipes ever since.
Kids and adults are amazed how easy they are to play, and how wonderful they sound. It's so fun to play a song you recognize and have it sound good. For pipes, they are well tuned and have a good sound.
The most frustrating thing about pipe chimes is getting music for them. I’ve included twelve new arrangements of music in part 2 of this “Pipe Chimes Music Book”. I’ve had several requests for music that is not Christmas music and you won’t find even one Christmas song in this book. (See book one for some fun arrangements of Christmas songs.)
As long as you can read numbers, you can play pipe chimes. I hope this becomes a fun family tradition in your family as it has in ours.
Included in book 2 are eleven songs arranged specifically for pipe chimes choirs.
"Red River Valley" features beautiful harmonies and is for more advanced chimes players. You will find "America the Beautiful" a challenge but will love the finished product after a few practices.
For small groups we've included "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "Au Clair De La Lune".
Other songs included in the book 2 are:
"Kum Ba Yah
"My Country 'Tis of Thee"
"Home Sweet Home"
"Down in the Valley"
"On Top of Old Smokey"
And if there is a wedding in your future you might want to include our arrangement of "Here Comes the Bride" in your wedding plans.