[Bell Historians] Converting frequencies to notes

LOVE, Dickon DrLove at s...
Fri Jul 12 13:20:29 BST 2002

> I have recently put together a very simple Excel spreadsheet ...

This is interesting, but it only gives the 12 chromatic pitches rather than
the 21. I would be much more interested to see a definitive list of all 21
pitches. I must admit that I haven't tried trawling the web for one yet.

And while many people might say "But C sharp is the same as D flat", clearly
some rings of bells are described as one and not the other (e.g. Cripplegate
is D flat). There may be 12 pitches on a piano, but there are 21 on a

I'd be interested in views.


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