[Bell Historians] olympics
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Mon Feb 6 15:02:36 GMT 2012
This reads like the usual bell-makers' tuning fudges to me;-)
On 6 Feb 2012, at 14:49, Richard Offen wrote:
> It may well not be tuned. According to Bill Hibbert, there is little point in tuning bells of this size as most of the harmonics are too low to be heard.
> Sent from Richard Offen's iPhone
> On 06/02/2012, at 9:46 PM, "Roderic Bickerton" <rodbic at 2AfMPOc5uK5S_9m1QGSFGg7EVym5GWmGkqCswvucud2d1XdBWIyiS3w6BOPKvqoZWhKmN2oKUtfgRtV4f9Y.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
>> Is there a machine anywhere big enough to tune
>> the thing?
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