[Bell Historians] Birmingham University

Richard Smith richard at VP7Nwkbx1IAoEcUAx5NOT_x5Bekd4_CWjTbUpFiSIYtDWgK28aT0Bel7KJQzjuhZcPcJUipNCj0fCr3gMoF8.yahoo.invalid
Fri Oct 22 17:30:35 BST 2010

steven_blakemore at ODlYinShIJ60Ma5UtYqGXEXzzee8r7eM5eOywaV2tg0kuPwWA_2Q6U_DDhwrde2v9w2YJ3GGdRxg4ieRrhZvQiSDcg.yahoo.invalid wrote:

> Thank you very much, for your reply. one last question! 
> "The notes of the bells are as nos. 1, 2, 3, 6 and 10 of a 
> ring of ten in G." does this mean there is a full circle 
> ring of ten, or have I got the wrong end of the stick?

It means there are five bells.  They have the notes G, D, G, 
A, B, which are notes that bells 10, 6, 3, 2 and 1 from a 
ring of ten have.  These are the five notes needed to sound 
the Cambridge quarters (sometimes also called the 
Westminster chimes).



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