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Q: Why does different size bells have different pitches?
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Does a bell have high pitch or low pitch?

A bell typically has a high pitch due to its small size and the fast vibrations of the metal when struck. The high pitch is produced by the rapid frequency of the sound waves.

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How does a drum set for instance have different pitches on each drum?

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The chromatic scale has twelve different pitches on it. These pitches range from A to G sharp (G#) or A flat (Ab). All semitones in the chromatic scale are the same size.

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What are the 4 different bells of which Poe writes?

In Edgar Allan Poe's story "The Bells," the four different types of bells mentioned are sleigh bells, wedding bells, alarm bells, and funeral bells. Each bell symbolizes a different stage or emotion in life, from joy and celebration to sorrow and death.

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How large are church bells?

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Around how much does it cost to purchase a brand new brass bell?

The price of a brass bell varies of a few different things. One, the size. Larger bells go for a larger price, and give out a louder sound, where smaller bells, for a smaller price, give a quieter sound. Two, the quality of the bell. Different bells from different companies are made (obviously) in different ways. The higher quality, the higher price; vice versa. Three, the purpose. Bells that are used for churches or other significant civilian services are far more expensive than other services, such as cowbells or bike bells.