[Bell Historians] St Clement Danes

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Sun May 5 23:24:42 BST 2002

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There is a recording of the bells playing 'Oranges and Lemons' on the prese=
nt bells at the end of the CD 'Carillons of Britain' - it was not on the ol=
d LP. Interesting as you can hear why the flat 4th chiming bell was ad=
ded as it allows of the correct transposition and the chords in the last co=
uplet. The old bells didn't have this feature.

Is there a booklet on the bells currently available ?

Stephen and Bill made some interesting comments on Jewry and Bow For myse=
lf, The Strand, along with Vedast and even Holborn are in a similar (if lig=
hter) league of excellence. Perhaps because of the towers - bells all down=
lower a bit, and the mix of London stock brick and large surfaces of Portl=
and Stone ? Compare with fine contemporary Mears rings at Cripplegate and =
Hart Street, where the sound quality is altogether different ( ragstone tow=
ers with 17th-c brick top stages).

It will be interesting to see what the St Dunstan-in-the-East Taylor 8 with=
the replacement 1, 5 and 8 sound like in their proposed new surroundings a=
s compared with what they were like in the City tower.


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From: john ketteringham=20
To: Bellhistorians at Yahoogroups.Com=20
Cc: Graham Jackson=20
Sent: 05 May 2002 13:16
Subject: [Bell Historians] St Clement Danes

I have now site of the official booklet on the Bells of St Clements from
which it seems the bells play the tune of Oranges and Lemons at 12 noon a=
3 pm each day. The installation can also play the RAF March and the Ol=

If anyone would like any information from this booklet including photogra=
please let me know.

Can anyone please obtain a recording?

>From : John Ketteringham of Lovely Lincoln in Lincolnshire, England

Friends of Lincoln Cathedral : http://www.eccentrix.com/misc/lincoln/
Bell Recordings : http://www.eccentrix.com/personal/johnketteringham/

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