3 edition of bells of Middlesmoor found in the catalog.
bells of Middlesmoor
|Statement||by Edna Bartholomew.|
|LC Classifications||PR6052.A753 B4 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|LC Control Number||75330640|
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Book Summary: The title of this book is The bells of Middlesmoor and it was written by Edna Bartholomew. This particular edition is in a Paperback format.
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Middlesmoor is situated at the head of Upper Nidderdale, eight miles from Pateley Bridge and about 20 miles from Harrogate and Ripon. It is reached via a narrow winding road, which runs past Gouthwaite reser- voir and in some places alongside the river Nidd.
A brief history of the Middlesmoor bells. Middlesmoor Church was consecrated in and it is thought that it had a single bell. In the church was presented with a peal of six bells.
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"--Title page verso. "Printed in October [corrected in pen to January] for Fur Line Press. This first edition is limited to copies in paper, of which 25 are numbered and signed by the author"--Colophon. Description: 88 unnumbered pages ; 21 cm.
Bells has changed a lot recently. This is now more similar to Teachers Highland Cream, it has a smoke finish after a Vodka-like vapoury thinness, instead of the richer, christmas cake finish from 20 years ago.
I was given one of those old limited edition bell shaped decanters from and compared the whisky to the current Bells.Sergei Rachmaninoff's Prelude in C-sharp minor (Russian: Прелюдия, romanized: Prelyudiya), Op. 3, No. 2, is one of the composer's most famous compositions.
Part of a set of five piano pieces entitled Morceaux de fantaisie, it is a bar prelude in ternary (ABA) form. It is also known as The Bells of Moscow since the introduction seems to reproduce the Kremlin's most solemn carillon.“The Bells” is one of Poe’s famous poems, in which Poe tries to make the bells sound real.
He tries to make the sounds by using words instead of sound, which is really annoying when you read it, because he repeats things so often in the poem. He uses words like shrieking and twinkling.