ECD 91 Ecclesiastical effects II


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Release details

DetailValue
Catalogue numberECD 91
TitleEcclesiastical effects II
Artist(s)Various
Cover conditionNear mint
Record conditionVery Good Plus
BBC records label code$
Item deleted?Yes
Released2022
Distributed / printed byBBC
Country of originUK UK flag
Media typePrimary
Media genreSound effects - Clocks / Bells / Churches
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Run-off codes / Shop bar codesECD 91 . 1:1 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
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Tracks

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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
CATHEDRAL BELLS
A1 Cantebury Cathedral bells, interior, ringing starts, rounds, Grandsire Cinques, rounds, ringing stops (recorded in roof void above nave) - 19815.47
A2Canterbury Cathedral bells, exterior, ringing starts, rounds, Grandsire Cinques, rounds, ringing stops (recorded from top of 'Bell Harry' tower) - 19816.28
CHURCH BELLS - CATHOLIC
A3 Angelus, with outdoor atmosphere - 19660.59
CHURCH BELLS - HORSMONDEN
A4 Village church, single bell ringing, ringing ends (St. Margaret's Horsmonden, Kent) - November 19661.29
A5Village church, single bell tolling, ringing ends (St. Margaret's Horsmonden, Kent) - November 19661.01
CHURCH BELLS - KILNDOWN
A6 Village church, peal of six bells (Christ Church, Kilndown, Kent) - November 19662.51
A7Village church, peal of six bells, ringing stops (Christ Church, Kilndown, Kent) - November 19660.26
A8Village church, single bell ringing up then telling (Christ Church, Kilndown, Kent) - November 19661.27
CHURCH BELLS - LONDON
A9 St. Mary-Le-Bow, exterior start, incomplete Stedman Cinques rung, with heavy traffic and birdsong - July 19763.04
A10St. Mary-Le-Bow, exterior, Stedman Cinques finish, with traffic and birdsong - July 19760.30
A11St. Mary-Le-Bow, exterior, incomplete Maximus from churchyard with distant traffic - July 19762.46
A12St. Mary-Le-Bow, exterior, incomplete Bristol Maximus from interior of church, with distant traffic - July 19762.47
A13St. Sepulchre's Church, High Holborn, exterior, tenor bell rung, with background traffic (this was the bell rung at public executions and rung here in an authentic manner - the church is opposite the Old Bailey, formerly site of Newgate Prison) - 19851.50
A14St. Sepulchre's Church, High Holborn, exterior, tenor bell rung, ends, background traffic (this was the bell rung at public executions and rung here in an authentic manner - the church is opposite the Old Bailey, formerly site of Newgate Prison) - 19850.30
A15St. Sepulchre's Church, High Holborn, known as 'Bells of Old Bailey' exterior, aborted Cambridge Surprise maximum, ends - 19851.10
A16St. Sepulchre's Church, High Holborn, known as 'Bells of Old Bailey' exterior, incomplete Cambridge Surprise maximum - 19853.06
CHURCH BELLS - MYTHOLMROYD
A17 Exterior, 7 bells poorly rung, ringing ends, with birdsong and occasional traffic (St. Michael's Parish Church, Mytholmroyd) - 19810.53
A18Exterior, one bell rung, with birdsong (St. Michael's Parish Church, Mytholmroyd) - 19810.53
CHURCH BELLS - ROCHDALE
A19 Exterior, peal of eight bells, ringing ends, with birdsong (St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale) - 19741.44
A20Exterior, single bell telling, with distant traffic and birdsong (St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale) - 19741.18
A21Peal of eight bells from inside parch (St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale) - 19742.58
A22Interior, peal of eight bells, ringing ends (St. Chad's Parish Church, Rochdale) - 19743.01
CHURCH BELLS - PRE-REFORMATION STYLE
A23 Interior, five bells rung at random in Pre-Reformation style (St. Mary and St. Andrew's Church, Whittlesford, Cambs.) - 19823.27
A24Exterior, five bells rung at random in Pre-Reformation style (St. Mary and St. Andrew's Church, Whittlesford, Cambs.) - 19823.25
A25Interior, three bells rung at random in Pre-Reformation style, from interior of church, with some noises of feet and rope (St. Mary and St. Andrew's Church, Whittlesford, Cambs.) - 19823.50
A26Exterior, three bells rung at random in Pre-Reformation style with birdsong (St. Mary and St. Andrew's Church, Whittlesford, Cambs.) - 19823.26
CHURCH BELLS - SIXTEENTH CENTURY STYLE
A27 Interior, five bells rung in the style used from the Reformation until about 17th Century - rounds and call changes from interior of church (St. Mary's and St. Andrews church, Whittlesford, Cambs.) - 19825.29
A28Exterior, five bells rung in the style used from the Reformation until about 17th Century - rounds and call changes recorded outside church (St. Mary's and St. Andrews church, Whittlesford, Cambs.) - 19825.31
Total length of media 1:12:06.

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These are a series of BBC CD albums which basically digitised the original BBC sound effects albums found in the main BBC cagalogue.

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