[Bell Historians] Warners and Tuning

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford at t...
Fri Mar 8 18:47:16 GMT 2002

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Yes - around 1912 or so onwards, with some quite good results. Chris Dalton=
raves about the 30 cwt clock bell at Bournemouth College, and there's a ve=
ry good Warner bell of 1914 in one of the modern churches in Rugby. And oth=
ers. Pocklington was an attempted true-harmonic job (1914)

Pity they "played safe" with old style tuning at Chelmsford

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Did Warner's ever experiment with harmonic tuning, and if so, when did th=
ey start? I recall photographs of the Warner restoration of York showing w=
hat looked like external tuning - c1913(?). Had they been trying it earlie=


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