[Bell Historians] FW: Layston Church, Buntingford, Herts

Roderic Bickerton rodbick at fNZW4wBJh7wxbISI59hRPPXIeCU5PQcrmntVecLMOIzYrr2ku1vGkSjGiHBX5_Tzit1YTTyecAxJlFgWZQ.yahoo.invalid
Sat Mar 14 10:53:26 GMT 2009

I do not want to put leystone to much in the public eye as advised by Rev

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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] FW: Layston Church, Buntingford, Herts

In a message dated 14/03/2009 09:26:46 GMT Standard Time,
rodbick at 0OLtsBMwKG2rj4DHZ6CsGRzqXIkk66Bpp7P6TrLBQuTeEb2BmV3u6RLPkz-lR9wmsfkm2Bp9hYCWlRUu.yahoo.invalid writes:

	I have got to challenge the "The two Butler bells of 1633 are
tonally poor";
	I tapped them yesterday and will be making the recordings available,
once I
	have stripped them from the video. Where can I place the recordings
for all
	to hear?
	I thought them good, much nicer than the tenor.

Why not try Youtube ? 


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