[Bell Historians] Re: Telegraph letter

Richard Offen richard.offen at ExiZQP4_CxBJ5j5Y0R3axSFT7TwgoHf4WGKLrWzzJvG7cD2MDHWsyWnV0SEL1iZNln9LLyiyyeBKe_cDZB-zgIqGgSBb.yahoo.invalid
Wed Oct 14 14:56:27 BST 2009

Rather like the bells that are currently cast in Melbourne, Australia.   I
always liken them to a violin that has been designed to sound like an oboe
.what's the point?





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Sent: Wednesday, 14 October 2009 6:46 PM
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Re: Telegraph letter



We have actually been researching a bell type instrument. These conical
bells prototypes were turned not cast at present, and work continues
currently in software emulations using Java and animation.


more info. at:

http://www.tonysali <http://www.tonysalinas.com> nas.com


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