[Bell Historians] Musical scales, bell register

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at yN6j-GmHIvFVfeoCcOZJ9cN2KI1tH5jO7cqLlt6Sji2FuxuoglBJlc_JSFAObdh08JL5fIF47slIS2kHIdWg0izSn2Yr9I4.yahoo.invalid
Wed Dec 6 08:36:08 GMT 2006

It is possible that more ringers come from engineering and scientific
background than music which would leave the statement below open to

Many musicians are happy with frequency and tuning forks generally have
the frequency stamped on them.
Frequencies are a recorded historical fact from which notes, (which are
completely useless for any accurate historical record,) can be
automatically by the computer.

"Because note names are far more meaningful to people than frequencies
are. People are, after all, the ultimate users of the information


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