[Bell Historians] Trafalgar Square old & new

Richard Offen richard.offen at j2E9rhpOvEadypmGzj5jSeKPeNWfQFdd9w3S23yla8FfVFEN65CDdZFbPLCzMU16V521YPKmvNoLODKi41XjIg.yahoo.invalid
Tue Mar 10 10:08:56 GMT 2009

No, the work of tuning was stopped half-way through when it was discovered
that the church had no money to pay for it!


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In the case of the old St Martin-in-the-Fields bells, it was the fact
that the tuning was finally completed after some sixty years ringing out
as a 'half-tuned' ring that has made all the difference.   Small wonder
they were not very satisfying!   



Are you sure they were 'half tuned' or was it that they were tuned to
the best of the ability of the foundry (at that time) doing the work?


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