[Bell Historians] Old recordings

john maloney mary_maloney01 at QYi0KV1fyKdynoyeEylrc7ojtox3b1amlNQORDvTV2s_zxzbovQwLMN9zA3AO-xPoUcDRlt_RHGQE1vF1vpcAMI.yahoo.invalid
Sun Feb 19 05:21:06 GMT 2006

I Have a 78 of the Bells of saint pauls london on Armistace day 1927  rung 
by members of  the ancient society of colledge youths ringing half muffled 
stedman cinques . a scan of the record label i have posted on the UK based 
whirligig website on page 3 of thier thread on "Odd labels and favourite 
labels ..."  i also have a 78 of chimes in new york city verry old,
scincerely john maloney

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>Subject: RE: [Bell Historians] Old recordings
>Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 12:11:57 -0000
>"Following the success of Lost and Found I'm keen to do another cd of old
>recordings of bells. Does anyone know of any recordings or know of anyone
>who has some?"
>There is an old recording of St Dunstan-in-the-East on the Church Bells of
>the City of London site. John Pladdys prepared the original. Rumour has it
>that a recording of Star Street, Paddington was made too.
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