[Bell Historians] Non-diatonic rings

combineharvestersam combineharvestersam at y...
Fri Jan 7 20:27:59 GMT 2005

I met some ringer last night from Scotland who was explaining about 
wooden bearings at a tower in Worcestershire. Is this correct or am I 
right in thinking he is mistaken?



> Not necessarily! If the tenor at tower M has bearings that fit 
properly and the tenor at tower P doesn't, even though it is 10 cwt 
lighter it is the worse bell for go, or so I have heard!

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