Some articles on bells, bell:
... Today some towers have as many as sixteen bells which can be rung together six or eight bells are more common for the average church ... The bell highest in pitch is known as the treble and the bell lowest in pitch the tenor ... For convenience, the bells are referred to by number, with the treble being number 1 and the other bells numbered by their pitch — 2,3,4, etc ...
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