How many Tubular Bells versions are there?

How many Tubular Bells versions are there?

Oldfield has recorded three sequels: Tubular Bells II (1992), Tubular Bells III (1998), and The Millennium Bell (1999). For the album’s 30th anniversary Oldfield re-recorded the album as Tubular Bells 2003.

How many Tubular Bells albums are there?

The Complete Tubular Bells is a compilation album that comprises the three main releases under the name of Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield, released in 2003 alongside Tubular Bells 2003. This box set includes Tubular Bells 2003 (a re-recording of the original Tubular Bells), Tubular Bells II and Tubular Bells III.

What is the range of tubular bells?

Its standard range is C4–F5, though many professional instruments reach G5. Tubular bells are often replaced by studio chimes, which are a smaller and usually less expensive instrument.

Was Tubular Bells used in Halloween?

The song goes far beyond what is heard in the movie. It is arranged in two pieces – Tubular Bells Part 1 and Tubular Bells Part 2.

Who made Tubular Bells?

Mike OldfieldTubular Bells / Artist

How much do tubular bells cost?

$1995.00. Cost to buy these chimes new is over $4,000.00 on the major music websites….

Do chimes sound as written?

The range is usually 1.5 octaves, but bass chimes can extend the range. Because of the number of overtones, different people feel that chimes sound either an octave higher than written, an octave lower, and even – as written.

Is Exorcist and Halloween music same?

The theme to The Exorcist is a different story. Its name is Tubular Bells and Prog-Rock artist Michael Oldfield recorded it in 1973 on the album of the same name. The same year, The Exorcist premiered and used the first few minutes of the nearly 59 minute piece for its horror theme.

How old is Michael Oldfield?

31 years (November 24, 1990)Michael Oldfield / Age