[Bell Historians] Digest Number 638

Marchant, Andrew (RDSSW) Andrew.Marchant at d...
Fri Feb 13 11:49:13 GMT 2004

>So to kick off, who has a list?
I have a list at home which I extracted from Dove when I did my primitive
weight to note analysis. Having ordered each ring by note it was then easy
to further categorise rings with semitones, detached towers, round towers,
anti-clockwise rope circles and non diatonic tuning. Its in excel format but
I haven't yet managed to load it onto my website. I will try and do it

When its there it will be at this link (somewhere near the bottom, after the
weight to note stuff, under the heading Additional information)

Hope this helps!

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