[Bell Historians] Beachampton

Bickerton, Roderic K (SELEX) (UK) roderic.bickerton at 5WFqoQul3zS1-iVPDKGxhbdzf7RqjLI8Z5Lpa0pYjgoVCcaP1BPJbR4f_6HDOp2u7cwltjqx9ggwgBZ_ulJn-KgsU2q1F60.yahoo.invalid
Tue Nov 21 11:56:42 GMT 2006

I intended no comment regarding go, just the sound.

It would be very interesting to see an analysis, which may show they are
not true harmonic as claimed, or may show that  a combination of tower
acoustics and or an unfortunate balance of the predominance of each note
is responsible for a sound that is not at all what would be expected
from a true harmonic ring.
I did not get a chance to listen to them outside.

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Subject: [Bell Historians] Beachampton


Beachampton are "all right" as a ring. The problem is that they are
squeezed into the tower and the ringing room is very small. We also
found difficult to find a speed at which all the bells were easy to
ring. Peal set up :-(


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