[Bell Historians] St. Mary's Denbigh

Bickerton, Roderic (SELEX GALILEO, UK) roderic.bickerton at roa0FBXuA6aUWcPpzDRNczuFaWVs0EqNnT2Q1A-mB6LQ_ZGkYmz8STQg-Y93WCG36IY1J51DMZ5W5v3ax0E9ePw28it_.yahoo.invalid
Tue Apr 15 08:47:41 BST 2008

Hear is a clip, you decide


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Rod Bickerton wrote: " I thought I knew exactly what to expect from a
3/4 Tn 1873 Whitechapel 8. Wrong, they are very good. Is anything known,
were they some sort of experiment, tuned by someone different, cast by
someone else under contract or what?"
I'm not sure what the aural equivalent of "rose tinted spectacles" is,
but I strongly suspect a case of it here. If they are better than
expected, it probably has more to do with a favourable acoustic than
anything else. But I'm really only mailing to suggest that pursuit,
exploration or speculation on the latter points in the above extract
would be pointless. They must surely be a standard M&S job of the period


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