[Bell Historians] Musical scales

Love, Dickon dickon.love at lU3jopINtgP-ucxTqgi5AyF9EV_oxftxBRTNYt3aPOGtLq9gIBdKQ3TFIcgYpXNR7pIAAmfX4v8xiWvQBhxpB0QmYA.yahoo.invalid
Fri Dec 8 20:06:47 GMT 2006


> To solve the problem, I've put together this little Web page:
>   http://www.TowerBells.org/MusicalScales.html

Well done on putting this page together. However there are more keys that this - there are occasions when a ring is quoted as eg A sharp rather than B flat. There was a long debate about this on BH a while ago and all the bell tuners past and present (apart from one) indicated that they describe a bell as one or the other depending on the nominal frequency. So ... you need to add some more key signature definitions to your page.



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