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Bell Instruments

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If we add a second bell of a different size, we can play the two together to form a simple chord, or if we ring them in sequence we can ring the simplest of melodies: Ding Dong, Dong Ding or other combinations of the two notes.
We use the word ''peal'' as a noun when we refer to a collection of two or more bells that are not installed or fitted for playing musical melodies. See the article titled [[Peal configurations]] for suggested musical intervals useful for ordering a peal of bells. We use ''peal'' as a verb when we ring this collection of bells together either by swinging them in a gimbal mounting, or simulating this swinging action using strike timing and other means on bells that are hung on stationary beams.
=== Ring ===

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