Bell - Sound and Music

Sound and Music

  • Bell (instrument), a percussion instrument, usually cup-shaped
  • Bell (wind instrument)
  • Bell cymbal, a type of cymbal, tending to be thick and uniformly so, and small
  • Cymbal bell, the most central part of a cymbal
  • Bell effect, a musical technique

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