2 edition of Bells; their history, legends, making, and uses. found in the catalog.
Bells; their history, legends, making, and uses.
Satis N. (Satis Narrona) Coleman
Bibliography: p. 442-448.
|Statement||With a foreword by Otis W. Caldwell. Chicago, Rand McNally.|
|LC Classifications||CC205 .C6 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 462 p.|
|Number of Pages||462|
|LC Control Number||74159919|
Pre-feudal Japan used different kinds of scarecrows in their rice fields, but the most popular one was the kakashi. Old dirty rags and noisemakers like bells and sticks were mounted on a pole in the field and then lit on fire. The flames (and presumably, the smell) kept birds and other animals away from the rice fields. Bells are used in a wide variety of contexts. You probably associate bells with religious activity, and rightly so, because they're often ordained for some spiritual purpose. While some bells are merely decorative or serve some benign practical function, their appearance and use usually involves idolatry and magickal enchantments.
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Excerpt from Bells: Their History, Legends, Making and Uses At first there seemed to be little material available. William Rice's books about carillons, and Mary Tabor's small bell anthology were useful American books on the : Satis N. Coleman. BELLS: THEIR HISTORY, LEGENDS, MAKING, AND USES Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions The Amazon Book Review.
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The American Bell Association does not officially endorse the publications listed.) Anthony, Coleman, Satis N., Bells, Their History, Legends, Making, and Uses, Rand McNally & Company. Bellfounding is the casting and tuning of large bronze bells in a foundry for use in such as churches, clock towers and public buildings, either to signify the time or an event, or as a musical carillon or bells are made by casting bell metal in moulds designed for their intended musical r fine tuning is then performed using a lathe to shave metal from the bell to.
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T he Book of Genesis says Tubal-Cain’s brother Jubal was inspired to build musical instruments after hearing Tubal-Cain’s hammer ringing on his anvil.
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