12 Toners System Book Thirteen: New Horizons
By Dolores Anderson
One of a series of books providing a unique adaptive notation system for use with tone chimes; the book also works well with handbells. All of the songs in this book use 8 or fewer notes. The 4 Mystery Songs have the melody numbers written out without the song title or staff notation. The "12 Toners" title refers to the numbering system, which uses 12 numbered notes to make a chromatic octave. If additional tone chimes are available, the numbers can be extended up or down to include more ringers. Several different color and/ or number coding systems are presented, to make successful ringing possible for everyone regardless of if they read music. Choose to play chords as you sing the song, play a simple melody line along with the song, or combine the melody with chords for more advanced groups. Permission is granted to the purchaser to make transparencies or charts of the songs from the book.
How to Begin Using the 12 Toners System
How do Ringers Begin?
Frequently Asked Questions
Color and Number Chart
Chords Used in this Book
Shall We Gather at the River; Mystery Song #1
Clementine; Mystery Song #2
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Reuben and Rachel; Today Is Monday
Bingo: It Ain't Gonna Rain No More
Little Brown Jug; Mystery Tune #3
My Lord, What a Mornin'
Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee
Jacob's Ladder; Oh How Lovely Is the Evening
Theme from Finlandia
Good Night, Ladies!; Mystery Song #4
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