[Bell Historians] DAC bell consultants

John Ketteringham john.ketteringham27 at n...
Tue May 18 11:35:06 BST 2004

Yes it was!!!! I hope it is kept so – unfortunately Chris seems to be wading
through a lot of emails and hasn’t realised which are private or public.

>From John R. Ketteringham of Lincoln in Lovely Lincolnshire, England

Web site : http://homepage.ntlworld.com/john.ketteringham

-----Original Message-----
From: David Bryant [mailto:david at b...]
Sent: Tuesday, May 18, 2004 11:08 AM
To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] DAC bell consultants

> John Ketteringham's remark about the Hereford consultant(s) was a bit
> unhelpful, despite the exclamation marks.

Was this a private email? I don't recall it being on the list.

> It is all a question of BALANCE.

I don't think anyone will disagree with that. While what is worth preserving
should be preserved, very few enlightened people would want to go to the
extent of not allowing the tuning of a noticeably out-of-tune unlisted bell
(Ridge tenor - already discussed here recently).



Whatever you Wanadoo:

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