Bells of Hell Go Ting-a-ling-a-ling (for two pianos and percussion)

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Опубликовано: 26.09.2016
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I punctuate. 23.08.2019 18:24
Here's to you, Mr. Koch.
OrchestrationOnline 04.01.2019 17:49
Sleigh bell player comments: "Playing the same note for the whole piece? Welcome to my private hell, glockenspiel player..."
John Doe 05.10.2018 08:54
Royal Flying Corps song from World War One. The lyrics I saw in a music book, many years ago, were: The Bells of Hell go Ting-A-Ling-A-Ling for you but not for me. For me the angels sing-a-ling-a-ling, they've got the goods for me. Oh, Death were is thy sting-a-ling-a-ling, Oh Grave, they victory? The Bells of Hell go Ting-A-Ling-A-Ling for you but not for me. Of course, the third line is from 1 Corinthians 15:55.
Paula Harris Baca 18.04.2018 02:09
I like the title description "and an unsuspecting percussionist" me that sounded like it meant a person kicking a bass drum over by mistake but I guess it is the bell ringer.... These days --ok 30 years ago that could have been a great tune for "Monty Python's the Meaning of Life" Eric Idle likes to write these types of tunes, eh wot?
Amone Rahman 18.02.2018 14:54
*Angrily ting!*
GeneralVikus 16.02.2018 16:59
Came for the piano, stayed for the Glock.
Ocean Ravel Cheung 13.02.2018 08:47
It does not have to fit in the harmony because as the note is being repeated for so many times, it’s more like a beat or a metronome. So sad for the percussionist XD. But notice that actually it can be quite just to keep repeating one note for a long time since you have count very carefully
theepicknick 04.08.2017 17:08
It DOES fit in the key change if you used a Major 7 #11 chord
Gavin Carl 21.12.2017 16:33
Sounds fine to me, my favourite chord!
Lori Nolasco Martinez 08.07.2017 17:07
Towards the end I hear the influence of Scott Joplin, a mix of ragtime and modern jazz. I would like to hear you do something on the theme of the Maple Leaf Rag.
tstanton_ _ 18.04.2017 19:19
Great song with a terrible name. But that's what we get from a movie about war. (Funny transcription btw)
Robert Anthoney 25.09.2017 13:13
tstanton_ It was an British air men's song from ww1 arising in 1911, it was not written for the film or given its name by 'Oh! What a lovely war' you can blame its bad name on the air men who fought in ww1. Source:
dlevi67 18.12.2016 18:57
Great fun - as usual. Thank you, Jonathan!
Jim Spencer 12.11.2016 04:08
OMG LOL love your music..... so fun!!!
Charles Shaughnessy 22.10.2016 03:48
Damocles 26.09.2016 19:53
Glockenspiel FTW
Naur Dupond 26.09.2016 14:16
That's what I call a fucking amazing transcription
Noyumi Ao 26.09.2016 12:56
Emiliano 26.09.2016 08:36
Fergus Byett 26.09.2016 08:00
What a legend
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