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Bell Rock

Rock music based on traditional bell ringing
 
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We have had Classic Rock (loud amplified music played by symphony orchestra with electric bass guitar and drumkit), and we have had bagrock (amplified bagpipe music with electric bass guitar and drumkit) but I have not ever come across bell rock.

Could either be fitted to a carillon or a full-circle ring. Each bell is fitted with an array of contact microphones, wired to a heavy duty sound system and a couple of massive speaker stacks taller than the tower. An elevated platform for the drummer and bassist. Searchlight-sized strobes and lasers.

pocmloc, Dec 07 2016

Bell Rock https://en.wikipedi...ell_Rock_Lighthouse
Prior art [pocmloc, Dec 07 2016]

Bag Rock https://en.wikipedi...d_Hot_Chilli_Pipers
[pocmloc, Dec 07 2016]

Who needs speakers? http://www.russianb...g/mingunbell-lg.jpg
A couple of these either side of the stage. [wjt, Dec 10 2016]

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       Pealing. Also, go go and traditional Scottish bagpiping
JesusHChrist, Dec 07 2016
  

       Hmmm. I hadn't thought of combining these arts.   

       Pipes and bells are particularly unsuited to each other. Wedding schedulers don't seem to be aware of this though.
pocmloc, Dec 08 2016
  

       Where will it end?
Ian Tindale, Dec 10 2016
  
      
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