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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.
"Campanology," for example, suggests that each praiseworthy "bloom / is a call to music." Its final lines laud Mendel and his experiments as examples of "youth // beating out its name like an anthem, / like rain on the body of a bell."
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).
(1923) to his curtain-dropping repetition of the same epithet in Busman's Honeymoon (1937), he piffles on everything from books and wines to campanology and cinema, from international affairs to drains and fast food.
Other applications include analog-digital converters, and English bell-ringing (campanology).
The attempt to make campanology history is to be made at the city's Church of Ireland Christchurch Cathedral on New Year's Eve.
Aiming his attack at Sayers's novels particularly, he recalls in Ways of Escape that classical detective stories were, "[w]ith all their carefully documented references to Bradshaw's timetable or to the technique of campanology or to the geography - complete with plan - of a country house....
e bells will be hoisted up, one by one, through the ringing room oor to the belfry where they will be rehung by an experienced bell hanger assisted by some of the FACTFILE The proper term for bell-ring |is campanology Bells are cast, then tuned, |then sounded Change ringing began early |in the 17th century and now there are 4,000 peals in the UK every year A collection of bells is known |as a ring of bells St Mary's Church, Mirfield, |has 10 bells The main parts of a bell are |the barrel, the cannon and the clapper There are more than 7,000 | English-style rings
It's not the fault of the song - which I have to admit is one of the best pieces about campanology - but the fault of you lot.
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.
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.
Does this person not realise that the bells are part of the British heritage and the custom has been going on for centuries, whether for death, birth, to celebrate a marriage, coronation and campanology practice.