[Bell Historians] Re: Rudhall Rings
andrew_higson at dr7WW1KJmhcaIhaiFCFf6wWNcRbvxiG6aNEM4RIonS-QRXEuyMKIoMzcVp9uBbNJQJqpaYIzuDHKA2w1HhTwHCJR3LZf.yahoo.invalid
Wed Nov 15 10:58:45 GMT 2006
Quite so, how did you work tuning into that though?
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Re: Rudhall Rings
In a message dated 15/11/2006 09:58:21 GMT Standard Time,
andrew_higson at tOwuRyxk7-yXD84ZhTfwR1ZjQOwtXI36DZmcVardHexCDslC9wui2_UpadCMlBTdXHZtNDmc0PoDib0DpSgXPSfs_qn82tY.yahoo.invalid writes:
Almost right, David. Our rehang was in 1901, though. The more recent
work of replacing the trebles and adding the flat sixth were done by
>From 12 bell website: "Taylor's returned in 1979 to fit ball bearings to
all twelve bells"
Matthew Higby & Co Ltd,
Church Bell Engineers.
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