[Bell Historians] Proto-NBR and musical scales

Samuel Austin combineharvestersam at qGRak1A2BWislOtv9M59hcYexz-j0t7YAXRiJBkW_4mc4r-nSpkNZAI5moQxHm1qwsmhFQT8fRWLcOJrD1QZ1awmWA0J.yahoo.invalid
Sat Dec 2 12:55:06 GMT 2006

I see Carl's point in some ways, especially when keys
such as G# and A# are used - this COULD be considered
confusing for some, but for rings of bells in the keys
of F# and C#, please could we have our E#s and B#s?



--- David Bryant <davidbryant at FnGI0uicWECpoJpHNmDlis_f5jNJK66HaH704fxBSvXllXVXYkSLHH2nvlYs7MyvjzYsVlzDumoCX_W5UTS-N-uFpxQ.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

> "Evidently, the convention adopted for recording
> notes of bells is that
> those 
> which correspond to the white notes of a piano
> keyboard shall be 
> recorded "as is", while those which correspond to
> the black notes 
> shall be recorded as the sharp of the next lower
> white note"
> What about
> all black notes listed as flat rather than sharp
> I agree with Michael and Sam on this one. I see no
> point in inventing a
> specific notation just for ringers. In the long run,
> this can only cause
> confusion.
> David 

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