from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to campanology or to campanologers: as, campanological literature.
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There were also a banjo solo, a skirt dance of discretion, and a campanological turn.
Bellringers next gave a campanological concert, which was exceedingly good of its kind, the small gentleman who played the bass bell working so actively as to suggest the idea that he could not long survive such hard labour in his fleshly condition.
The nearest you get to music on conventional bells hung for change ringing is something like 'Pop Goes the Weasel' for which there is a campanological name which escapes me.
I bow to your superior campanological knowledge Gavin, however, why can't you 'play' a carol on a set of bells if they can all be rung/struck independently?.