[Bell Historians] Tuning figures

Andrew Higson andrew-higson at GRCL7wYhQeKme7cWSQyeexkiz97_6C2HFSHqewinIPd4oNx4F8fX5V-0_fCnbJ7vwfYuruW70WImKrOMFhb7znI7VBmitWM.yahoo.invalid
Thu Jan 18 15:44:59 GMT 2007

Quite by coincidence also by Warners 1915 I've just done a tonal on:
7th - 191/451/472/ /781 - hum 38 cents flat, fundamental 249 cents sharp
8th - 172/387/425/ /698 - hum 25 cents flat, fundamental 179 cents sharp
Not easy listening.
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Not quite as bad as Aldbourne 5th........
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> Anybody else taken the pitches at Aldbourne? I find I am in trouble 
> figures for the Warner 1915 5th which, in fairness, does have some 
> strange partial tones indeed.
> C D

Most Warner bells of that period do (Chelmsford Cathedral spring to 
mind!), but they tune usually up quite well.


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