What distinguishes a handbell choir from, say, a vocal choir?
In the handbell choir, everyone plays only two notes. Each player is needed because otherwise certain notes are missing. For example, in the vocal choir, if one singer is missing in the soprano, it is easier. Since there are still enough other singers singing the soprano, no notes are missing.
Last update on 2022-06-11 by Jörn Diedrichsen.