The King Ringers will present their Christmas concert at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at First United Methodist Church, 127 North 10th St. The program will feature sacred and secular, old and new with solo flute, oboe and voice.
The oboe soloist will be Cari Hepperle, and the flute soloist is David Klee. Both performers with the Karl L. King Municipal Band and the Fort Dodge Area Symphony. They will perform a Hart Morris arrangement of "Greensleeves" for handbells, oboe and flute.
Klee's wife, Judy Klee, will be the vocal soloist. The Klees will perform "My Life Flows on in Endless Song" with handbell accompaniment. Tammy Waldrop has arranged the carol "Do You Hear what I Hear?" for flute and five octaves of handbells.
Judy Klee will also lead the singing for "Angels We Have Heard on High" featuring trumpeter David Swaroff and the audience.
Secular selections to complete the program include "Frosty the Snowman" and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," arranged by Wagner. Adding some interesting rhythms will be an arrangement by Hart Morris titled "Noels Ringing, Tidings Bringing."