Carillon
A carillon (/ˈkærɨlɒn/, /ˈkærɨljɒn/, or /kəˈrɪljən/; [kaʁijɔ̃]) is a musical instrument that is typically housed in the bell tower (belfry) of a church or municipal building. The instrument consists o...
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Jacob van Eyck
The Courante, of Ach treurt myn bedroefde [Courante, or Oh, mourn my sorrowful ] comes from Der Fluyten Lust-hof, the magnum opus of seventeenth century ...
Chime (bell instrument)
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Carillon
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What is a carillon? "A Carillon Is..." (2nd edition) - YouTube
Jan 22, 2008 ... Marc Van Eyck (Leuven) and Jo Haazen (Mechelen) play background carillon music while this video explains basic knowledge about this ...
Charles S. Hill Memorial Carillon
The 72-foot Olinger Tower contains the Charles S. Hill Memorial Carillon, one of only three authentic carillons in Colorado. It was donated by Mrs. Virginia S. Hill to the Colorado Women's College in ...
Jacob van Eyck
Jonkheer Jacob van Eyck (c. 1590 – 26 March 1657) was a Dutch nobleman and musician. He was one of the best-known musicians in the Netherlands in the seventeenth century as a carillon player, expert i...
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Luc Rombouts
Luc Rombouts (born 1962) a Belgian carillonneur, is the city carillonneur of Tienen in Flemish Brabant. He is also the official carillonneur of both Leuven university carillons (one in the universi...
Émilien Allard
Émilien Allard (12 June 1915 – 18 November 1977) was a Canadian carillonneur, pianist, clarinetist, and composer. He composed more than 50 works for carillon and made more than 700 transcriptions of c...
Gladys Elinor Watkins
Gladys Elinor Watkins (1884–1939) was a notable New Zealand music teacher, pianist and carillonist. She was born in Akaroa, North Canterbury, New Zealand in 1884.
Peace Tower
75°42′00″W / 45.4249°N 75.6999°W / 45.4249; -75.6999The Peace Tower (officially the Tower of Victory and Peace; in French: tour de la Victoire et de la Paix) is a focal bell a...
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List of carillons
Traditional carillons, non-traditional carillons, and pseudo-carillons – each per continent and country in an (often incomplete) alphabetical list by location.
(Carillons as defined by the W...
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Electronic carillon
Electronic carillon is a blanket term used to refer to an automated system which imitates the sound of a carillon. These systems simulate and amplify bell sounds which are then played from loudspeake...
Peter and Paul Cathedral
The Peter and Paul Cathedral (Russian: Петропавловский собор) is a Russian Orthodox cathedral located inside the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg, Russia. It is the first and oldest landm...
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Hans Kockelmans
Hans Kockelmans is a Dutch composer, teacher, and performer of Early Classical and electronic music.He studied baroque lute with Mijndert Jape, as well as electronic music, and classical guitar at the...
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Cast in Bronze
Cast in Bronze is a musical act, notably including one of the few portable carillons, a musical instrument consisting of 23 or more tuned bells. Mounted on a frame, the instrument is played by strikin...
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Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten
The Carillon in Berlin-Tiergarten is located in a freestanding 42m-tall tower next to the House of World Cultures (Haus der Kulturen der Welt), near the Chancellery in the northeastern part of Berlin'...
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Rainbow Tower
The Rainbow Tower is a 50.3 m (165 ft) tower located at the Rainbow Plaza Canadian border station of the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Construction on the tower was completed ...
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Loughborough Carillon
1°12′37.66″W / 52.7694222°N 1.2104611°W / 52.7694222; -1.2104611Loughborough Carillon is a carillon and war memorial in Loughborough, Leicestershire, England. It is in Queen'...
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Soldiers' Tower
Soldiers' Tower is a bell and clock tower at the University of Toronto that commemorates members of the university who served in the World Wars. Designed by architects Henry Sproatt and Ernest Ross Ro...
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Yale Memorial Carillon
The Yale Memorial Carillon (sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Harkness Carillon) is a carillon of 54 bells in Harkness Tower at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.This carillon is a tran...
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National Carillon
The National Carillon, situated on Aspen Island in central Canberra, Australia is a large carillon managed and maintained by the National Capital Authority on behalf of the Commonwealth of Australia.<...
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Royal Carillon School "Jef Denyn"
The Royal Carillon School "Jef Denyn" (Dutch: Koninklijke Beiaardschool "Jef Denyn") in Mechelen, Belgium, is the first and largest carillon school in the world. The Belgian government defines it as a...
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Rush Rhees Library
77°37′42″W / 43.128445°N 77.628414°W / 43.128445; -77.628414Rush Rhees Library is the main academic library of the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. It is one of...
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