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see bellbell,
in music, a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow metal vessel, often cup-shaped with an outward-flaring rim, damped at one end and set into vibration by a blow from a clapper within or from a hammer without.
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Despite her long bellringing career, she thinks there are probably older bellringers than her in the county.
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It was noted of John Walton (1832-1922)--who, like his brother, William, mentioned above, and like Heritage himself, fulfilled the roles of ringer, singer, and morris dancer--that 'Bellringing at Adderbury and round the neighbourhood.
Nonetheless, without its cows and their insistent bellringing, the Swiss agricultural landscape could hardly look or sound the same.
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Cathedral minister the Rev Colin McIntosh said: "After all that happened, including the storm over the Christmas tree, the bellringing will bring a different sound to the town.
An event spokesman said: "There will be lots of exciting things happening over the whole weekend including Newtown Linford Primary School's annual fete on Saturday from 11am-3pm and bellringing at All Saints Church from 2.30pm-5pm.
Teenager Jemima Bleakley, 14, said: "Bellringing has helped me with my shyness -- I've had to conduct and shout at people I don't know so it's taught me to speak up a bit.
South Koreans traditionally mark New Year's Eve with bellringing ceremonies, fireworks, and outdoor music and dance performances.
STRIKING: | |Inside the bellringing room at St Nicholas'