Sound and Music
- The Bells (symphony), or in Russian "Kolokola," a choral work by Rachmaninov based on the poem by Edgar Allan Poe
- The Bells (band), a Canadian rock band from the 1970s.
- "Bells", an instrumental band from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
- "BELLS≥", a band from Brooklyn, New York, featuring drummer Zach Barocas of Jawbox.
- "Bells", a song by Fred Wesley and Horny Horns from the album The Final Blow.
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“His style is eminently colloquial, and no wonder it is strange to meet with in a book. It is not literary or classical; it has not the music of poetry, nor the pomp of philosophy, but the rhythms and cadences of conversation endlessly repeated.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“We can say that the sound is the primary object of the act of hearing, and that the act of hearing itself is the secondary object.”
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