- Tower bells (Church bells)
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: LC database, Feb. 3, 1989 (church bells)
- found: Web. 3.
- found: World Book: v. 2, p. 186.
- found: New Harvard dict. of mus.: Bell (1) (Both handbells and tower bells have been associated with Christian worship from about the 5th century)
- found: New Grove dict. of mus. WWW site, Mar. 14, 2007: Bell (i) (The cup form, also called the "open" bell ... appears in a great variety of profiles, of which the modern European tower bell with sides flared towards the rim is a representative example; "the church tower bell"). Under Handbell (In general the handbell preceded the tower bell as a means of calling to divine services.)
- 1989-02-10: new
- 2007-04-13: revised
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