[Bell Historians] Curfew (was Re: The Tellers)

David Cawley dave at d...
Thu Jun 26 14:25:30 BST 2003

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Must have hit the wrong key. It's a flat 6th : )=20=20
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Subject: Re: RE: [Bell Historians] Curfew (was Re: The Tellers)

> 3. Bristol St Nicholas has a curfew bell, hung on a ringing headstock w=
ith gudgeons and bearings, but no other fittings except a clock-type hammer=
which sounds the curfew from 9 till 9.07, when it is working. The bell is=
the flat 7th in 10; the other 3 bells are the 3rd, 6th and tenor of a 30-c=
wt C# ten, hanging in the super Taylor H-frame of 1898. Delicious bells.

Sharp 7th, isn't it? There's only a semitone between 7 and 8 of ten.


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