Noun(1) set of bells hung in a bell tower(2) playing a set of bells that are (usually
(1) The hour-long recitals on the cathedral's 49-bell carillon will be given by the resident and guest carillonneurs.(2) They visited many places of interest during their stay including the magnificent St Colman's Cathedral in Cobh which is constructed in a French Gothic style and has a carillon of 47 bells, one of the largest in these islands.(3) But in the end, the only bell that mattered was the noontime carillon that brought workers in for their one hearty meal at home.(4) The 52-bell carillon in Ghent, Belgium, is 700 years old and was the largest in the world until it was surpassed in 1925 by the 53-bell carillon at the Park Avenue Baptist Church in New York City.(5) Presiding over it all and exemplifying the liberal spirit is the imposing multi - faith Rockefeller chapel whose 72-bell carillon rings out grandly on summer nights.(6) Police, fire and ambulance workers also led commemorations in Leeds' Millennium Square and Centenary Square, Bradford, where the town hall's Victorian carillon played The Star Spangled Banner.(7) At the bandstand in the magnificent Kennedy Gardens, Cobh Fraternity Band struck up concert music contrasting sharply with the more solemn 49 bell carillon of St Colman's Cathedral.(8) The carillon system is unusual in that there are no bells.(9) Prayer is one way to get you closer to God, but the Anglican Bishop of Grafton, Philip Huggins used more earthly means - a cherry picker to be precise - during Saturday's blessing of the new six-bell carillon at St Andrews Church.(10) The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Carillon is the second-largest carillon in the world.(11) We look forward to a successful appeal, and hopefully in the not-too-distant future to hearing the melodious tones of the carillon once again.(12) It is known, however, that the carillon of the cathedral was said to have played it in the eighteenth century.(13) Handel makes delicious use of a carillon in the soprano aria ├ö├ç├┐Or let the merry bells ring round├ö├ç├û.(14) The Nieuwe Kerk's carillon came streaming around me, and then the cold breezy air was filled with the celestial silvery noise of thousands of bells ringing out midday from all the towers and steeples of Delft.(15) Although the itinerary has not been finalised she intends to show the conference delegates around some of the Bay's best examples, including the Veronica Bell and the Clive Square carillon bells.(16) I have several CDs of the device, the giant wooden cage with bronze bells hanging from them, played by massive keys pounded by the fists and feet: the carillon .
1. bell ringing ::
cloch yn canu
Different Formscarillon, carillons
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