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  • The dazzling runs, complex poly-rhythmic figures and chiming of bell-like harmonics all had their effect, thanks as much to Kibbey's formidable technique as to the canny writing of the composers and arrangers on offer.

    Harpist Bridget Kibbey creates an air of enchantment at Phillips

  • Through his use of bell-like sonorities, haunting melodic figures and rhythmically juxtaposed canonic-immitation, Miller was able to express the importance of this place in a poignant and heartfelt manner.

    Donna Fish: Artists to Watch

  • She had not raised her voice, and yet I was struck by its clear and bell-like tone.

    Chapter 24

  • I find their recording infinitely preferable, supplanting as it does the durge-like mournfulness of Mary Travers with the much higher register, bell-like purity and warmth of the young Judith Durham.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • At the end of five minutes he had learned to speak softly, and to speak only once — a low, mellow, bell-like bark of a single syllable.

    CHAPTER III

  • A trilling bell-like noise came from within the house.

    Master of Mirrors

  • A trilling bell-like noise came from within the house.

    Master of Mirrors

  • The bell-like sounds of zills rang into the darkness.

    Rogue Oracle

  • The bell-like sounds of zills rang into the darkness.

    Rogue Oracle

  • I find their recording infinitely preferable, supplanting as it does the durge-like mournfulness of Mary Travers with the much higher register, bell-like purity and warmth of the young Judith Durham.

    The Seekers

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