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Bell Orchestre are a five-piece instrumental band from Montreal, Canada. Its members include: Richard Parry (bass), Sarah Neufeld (violin), Pietro Amato (french horn), Kaveh Nabatian (trumpet), Stefan Schneider (drums & percussion). Sarah Neufeld and Richard Parry are also full-time members of Arcade Fire.

Their first full length album, Recording A Tape The Colour Of Light, was recorded in 2003, though it was not released until late 2005, as they were touring with Arcade Fire at the time.

In November, 2008… read more

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  • Avatar for Nic33rd
    Need a new album!
  • Avatar for justfetus
    I HOPE THEY COME BACK
  • Avatar for dutchdoctor
    LOVE FROM AUSTRALIA. If/when I get overseas, you guys are top of the list.
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  • Avatar for BrokenTel
    Can't let a whole year go by with no shouts! Good music for a sprawling mind.
  • Avatar for A_Llama
    The drums sound awesome what are you on about?
  • Avatar for zhakely_pehsska
    Who Designs Nature's How is really nice!
  • Avatar for budak6
    ...nice..
  • Avatar for Hrafinn
    Seeing them live sometime really helps to understand their musical aesthetic. Almost all sound is done without electronics, even on stage they fiddle around with weird "instruments" to recreate the sound effects from the record.
  • Avatar for Kele
    Why do the drums sound so poorly? The rest of the instruments were recorded wonderfully then the drums ruin it all. It's not the drumming (which is fine) but how it sounds. Can anyone explain why they like/tolerate them? Perhaps my mind will be changed...

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