chimes
(chiemz)


[Eng.]


A set of tube-shaped bells suspended from a frame, each tuned to a definite pitch, sounded by means of a hammer. The bells are arranged like a keyboard and the range is from c' to f'' on the treble clef.

See also; tubular bells.


Chimes Pitch Range:

Chimes Pitch Range - c' to f''
Chimes


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