[Bell Historians] Reductions list
michael_wilby at y...
Mon Feb 25 18:46:11 GMT 2002
Well... if York can go on as 12, I think Bow should too!
I'm not convinced that York were ever a proper instrument (same goes for Bow), and I think that St Bride's should be regarded as the first 12, not least because they were created for the purpose of 12-bell ringing - the same cannot be said of the other two.
Anyway before anyone rubbishes the Bow claim again, isn't it peculiar that the new tower was designed to house 12-bells, especially if they were not considered to be a 12 before the fire? Both York and Bow are "nice ideas" but in practical terms I don't believe either constitued a "ring" a practitioners would recognise it.
Chris Pickford <c.j.pickford at t...> wrote: Fair point. I've sent a revised list to David Kelly already, but I'll add
York Minster to my master list
Any more suggestions for inclusion?
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> how about York Minster - 12 to ten then back to 12?
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