Change ringing, founding, etc.

Richard Offen richard at
Mon Apr 3 10:38:38 BST 2006

--- In bellhistorians at, "Paul Poletti" <paul at ...> 
> Hello,
> I teach Acoustics/organology as the Superior School of music in
> Barcelona (ESMUC). Last year I briefly described change ringing 
> the session on the acoustics of bells, and the students where
> absolutely fascinated, first by the concept, and second that it is
> humanly possible to keep such a complex set of permutations going 
> so long without everybody getting lost. This year I want to go into 
> in more detail, but I can't find the information I need on the
> internet. I've already received some information from the 
> group, and one of the members there recommended this list to me.
> I have several questions specific to change ringing:

To save blocking this list, I'll answer this one by separate e-mail 
as I have loads of stuff in an electronic format which will answer 
most of this gentleman's questions.



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