Torre del Consejo Deliberante Municipio Buenos Aires, Argentina LL: S 34.6092, W 58.3731
Electric keyboard disconnected, and stored in basement; wiring removed. Replacements in 1996 by an unidentified German firm. Dec.2008: apparently restored for use in a great cultural event.
Carillon-sized instrument (without any workable playing mechanism) of 30 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is A in the bass octave Transposition is nil (concert pitch) Keyboard range: A D# / NONE There is one missing bass semitone 5 bells were recast or replaced in 1996 by an unknown maker Prior history: In 1930, the complete instrument was installed with bells made by Schilling (25 bells remain from that work.) Year of latest technical information source is 2003
Where the initial phase of this work lies in the sequence of output of the Schilling bellfoundry,
in this region
and in the world.
Where the final phase of this work lies in the sequence of output of unknown bellfoundries, in this region and in the world.
Ranking among all Central and South American
non-traditional carillons by pitch (weight).
Ranking among all Central and South American non-traditional carillons by size (number of bells).
Ranking among all Central and South American non-traditional carillons by year of completion.
Index to all non-traditional carillons in AR.
Index to all tower bell instruments in AR.
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