The Netherlands Centennial Carillon
Centennial Carillon Tower Centennial Court Government & Belleville Streets Victoria, British Columbia, Canada LL: N 48.42040, W 123.36821
Rosemary Laing E: email@example.com*Past carillonists:
1968-92 Herman Bergink (1924-1997) (C) 1992-93 (carillon silent)
Royal British Columbia Museum 675 Belleville Street Victoria, BC V8W 9W2 T: (250)387-2119
3pm Sun, Apr-Dec; and 3pm Sat, Jul-Aug
Practice console is the original 4-octave carillon console. New keyboard in 2007 to New World Standard specifications; also a new automatic player system.
Traditional carillon of 62 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is D in the middle octave Transposition is up 2 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C D / C C There is one missing bass semitone There is a non-identical practice console The present keyboard was installed in 2007 by Eijsbouts Prior history: In 1971, the instrument was enlarged to its present size with bells made by Petit & Fritsen In 1967, the instrument was begun with 49 bells by Petit & Fritsen No auxiliary mechanisms known Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2007
This page was built from the database on 10-Aug-15 based on textual data last updated on 2015/08/05 and on technical data last updated on 2007/07/31
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