The ideal music to read a DWJ novel to.

Rosie Burroughs rosieburroughs at
Tue Sep 11 17:59:26 EDT 2001

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From: Laurel <lalamme at>
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Subject: Re: The ideal music to read a DWJ novel to.

> Elizabeth E. Wein (a story
> about change ringing, in which, incidentally, Dorothy Sayers and
> Connie Willis awakened my interest.  Have any listmembers living
> in England or thereabouts actually heard this, and does it live
> up to description?)

Change ringing done well is wonderful (so long as you don't get too close -
cf. Dorothy L. Sayers). Done badly, as it so often is, it is one of the most
annoying sounds I know. I speak as one who spent four years living right
next to Durham Cathedral, whose ringing team is not that good (though I've
heard worse).


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