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Eric Woolfson , musical partner to Alan Parsons in the Alan Parsons Project , has written two albums based on the writings of Poe. His second, Poe: More Tales of Mystery and Imagination includes a song entitled "The Bells", for which he set Poe's words to music. This album was also the basis for a musical stage production that was performed in England, Austria, and other European countries. Pink Floyd have referenced the poem in the last verse of their song " Time " on the album The Dark Side of the Moon (1973). In 1993 Danish composer Poul Ruders wrote a piece "The Bells" for high soprano and ten instruments, using Poe's text in its entirety although in Dutch. [10] The piece was premiered in London, and has appeared on a CD from Bridge Records, New York. MC Lars , a Nerdcore Hip hop musician sang a complete version of the poem on his 2012 Edgar Allan Poe EP titled "(Rock) The Bells". The song may be listened to freely on his Bandcamp page. [11]

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Essays on bells john whiteside's daughter

essays on bells john whiteside's daughter

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