[Bell Historians] Whitechapel charges

David Willis dcwillispiano at ETYlFLUkZrDSueRGFkO_sW4XbBGCqnSkFAf-THGGaubo5SlOooJ_Bfe-p5xRBW0Q4Kc3VXzXxxyaa48xnP0YS97V.yahoo.invalid
Sun Mar 21 09:26:54 GMT 2010

--- On Sun, 21/3/10, Simon Reading simonreading at KULyK1XvKDnIdNhTD_zEoW7WcTsfJvDXftxn758ADvtF2j1eK4j6sDGvtmv9HvUtRIbDrLQN7KhmIxhKTC6Tos8p5J4.yahoo.invalid> wrote:

http://www.stmarysb ells.org/  

Interesting that the bells given as an example of how Moseley could sound are Abergavennny, whereas it appears the new bells are definitely not going to be Taylors...
Yes I noticed that too.  The new 10 are never going to be in the key of D are they,
 more like E ?  Whitechapel are making something of their claim to create G & J bells 
which must in the eyes of some make them very qualified to cast the other 7 .
However, 3 G & J tenors to start off with - very nice !

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