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Bells may refer to:


  • Places 1
  • Sound and music 2
  • Other 3
  • See also 4


Sound and music

  • Bells (album), an album by Albert Ayler
  • The Bells (album), an album by Lou Reed
  • 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.
  • "BELLSā‰„", 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.
  • Bells, an orchestral melodic percussion instrument (also called "orchestral bells") but mostly called "glockenspiel".


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