campanology


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campanology

the art or skill of ringing bells musically
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A tough performer in Ireland this season, Campanology won a mile handicap at the Curragh under Murtagh, who also trained him, on his latest start last month.
His report was published: Campanology, Europe 1945-47: A Report on the Condition of Carillons on the Continent of Europe as a Result of the Recent war, on the Sequestration and Melting down of Bells by the Central Powers, and on Research into the Tonal Qualities of Bells made Accessible by War-Time Dislodgment (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1948).
The attempt to make campanology history is to be made at the city's Church of Ireland Christchurch Cathedral on New Year's Eve.
They want every church's campanology squad to be at full strength to send out a crescendo of noise to welcome in the next thousand years.
Tomorrow, unless ground conditions deteriorate further, he'll have his first Galway Festival runner when partnering Campanology in the feature event, hoping the four-year-old, twice a winner for Richard Hannon, will run a big race in a very competitive handicap.
Richard Senior, of Kirkheaton, was 81 and regarded as one of the finest exponents of the art of campanology in the region.
We climb 65 steps up a narrow and winding staircase of St Paul's Church in the Jewellery Quarter, before reaching the ringing chamber where he explains how a crush on a young female bell ringer led to his involvement in campanology as a youngster.
In the world of bell-ringing (or campanology, if you prefer), a maximus is the method for producing 12 changes in note sequences.
Unless the work is carried out this year, the death knell could be sounding for the bells before next Christmas, bringing to an end a 300-year-old campanology tradition and making the village sadly quiet.
St Mark's bellringing team has sent out an invitation to visit the church belfry to see a bellringing demonstration and learn the art of campanology.
The Coventry diocese and the Guild of Bell Ringers have teamed up to offer two taster sessions in bell ringing, also known as campanology.