handbell


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handbell

(ˈhændˌbɛl)
n
(Instruments) a bell rung by hand, esp one of a tuned set used in musical performance
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.handbell - a bell that is held in the handhandbell - a bell that is held in the hand  
chime, gong, bell - a percussion instrument consisting of a set of tuned bells that are struck with a hammer; used as an orchestral instrument
Translations

handbell

[ˈhændbel] Ncampanilla f

handbell

[ˈhændˌbɛl] ncampanello (strumento musicale)
References in classic literature ?
She drew her veil over her face as she spoke, and, partially opening the door, rang my handbell.
But whoever takes on the role with St James' s Handbell Ringers at Barton-under-Needwood, near Lichfield, must have a good sense of rhythm.
With performances by every type of group from school and church choirs to handbell groups and orchestras, the sound of music fills the air throughout the event.
The Ladies will have as their guests, the Clifton Handbell Ringers.
Performances by the Antelope Valley Children's choir and the Oliver Handbell Choir will also be featured.
There will then be a puppet show given by members of Manor Court Baptist Church and traditional handbell ringing from Kingsbury.
The handbell choir is scheduled to perform at 5:10 p.
The team of handbell ringers gave a delightful performance of popular tunes.
Handbell choirs and strolling carolers, a candlelight chorus, the heartwarming family story of "The Gift Goes On," and a special holiday program by Dollywood's gospel group, the Kingdom Heirs, add even more musical gifts for Dollywood's holiday visitors to enjoy.
Accordionist Hugh Barwell will perform at the museum on Saturday, December 18 followed by the Clifton Handbell Ringers and carol singers Gaudeamus the following day.
The group of 10 and 11-year-olds from Willow School in Stratford were in the town centre to give a handbell concert for pensioners when they heard the prince was visiting.
Old favorites also return for the 1992 festival, now in its third year: The Celebrity Theater hosts its annual "Christmas in the Smokies" program of popular music and song, handbell choirs and strolling carolers touring the park, the living outdoor Nativity Pageant, Dollywood's own gospel group, the Kingdom Heirs and the specially decorated antique Dentzel Carousel.