tubular bell


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tubular bell

n.
1. Any of a set of tuned metal pipes.
2. tubular bells A set of such pipes, used as an orchestral instrument.
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Tenders are invited for Supply Of 01 Set X Tubular Bell 22 Ss Pipe, Size From 99Cm To 120Cm For Ota, Chennai
The concluding pealing of a tubular bell lends a haunting touch.
I enjoy ringing them each week and became very interested in their uniqueness, and wondered if there were anymore tubular bell sets around.
She illustrates this well with stories of the unusual tubular bell factory in Clarendon Street, a nail factory in Moor Street, the Albany Social Club, St Barbara's first church, the ribbon weaving shed which became Earlsdon's first school, and the first shop which opened in 1860 as a speculative business venture.
Evidently inspired by a witches' sabbath, it incorporates dramatic changes of pace and volume, finally winding down to a portentous climax with the sonorous chime of a tubular bell.
Own Label is the first supermarket record brand and the PS18 albums feature middle-of-the-road tracks from classic LPs, such as Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, Easy by the Commodores and Elton John's Song for Guy.
Call 01642 328904 for more details Mike Oldfield's classic album Tubular Bells will be performed live by 28-piece Tubular Brass.
They are playing Mike Oldfield's classic album Tubular Bells live.
A GIGANTIC set of tubular bells will form part of a huge symphony of steam traction engines and a samba band at the Albert Dock this weekend.
Malo fields, Murphy Oil-operated Dalmatian, and Hess-operated Tubular Bells.
These activities included providing subsea controls equipment and services for Hess Corporation's Tubular Bells field, a fast-track project that has just announced first production, and Hess GoM brownfield projects.