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Tuned bells strung together to form chimes were the most highly regarded percussion instruments of the Middle Ages. They appear frequently in manuscript illuminations from the 10th century onward, particularly associated with representations of King David, the second of the Israelite kings. Chimes are generally shown in groups of from four to nine as clapperless hemispheric bells struck on the...
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