Class of 1928 Carillon
Jane K. Sather Tower University of California at Berkeley University Drive at South Hall Road Berkeley, California, USA LL: N 37.87205, W 122.25783
Jeff Davis, (C) University Carillonist Department of Music 104 Morrison Hall, #1200 University of California at Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720-1200 H: (707)961-1083 W: (510)642-8454 F: (510)642-8480 E: UCBells@Berkeley.edu - and - David R. Hunsberger, (C) Assistant Carillonist 6671 Girvin Drive Oakland, CA 94611-1629 E: firstname.lastname@example.org - and - John M. Agraz, (C) Assistant Carillonist 6201 Ross Street Oakland, CA 94618-1909 H: (510)658-6242 E: JohnAgraz@att.net - and - Wesley Arai, (C) Associate Carillonist E: WAraiWArai@gmail.com - and - Tiffany Ng, (C) Associate Carillonist E: email@example.com - and - Justin Ryan Associate Carillonist E: firstname.lastname@example.org*Past chimers & carillonists:
19??-79 John Noyes 1923-82 Margaret Murdoch 19??-82 Frank Pilling 1979 ded. Margo Halsted & James Welch 1982-97 Ronald M. Barnes (1927-97), University Carillonist 1997-98 Jeff Davis (Acting) 1998-99 Geert D'Hollander 1999-2000 David Hunsberger (Acting)
Berkeley Carillon Institute (Su) 104 Morrison Hall, #1200 University of California at Berkeley Berkeley, CA 94720-1200 T: (510)642-8454 F: (510)642-8480 E: email@example.com
During term: 0750-0800, 1200-1210, 1800-1810 M-F; 1200 & 1800 Saturday; 1400-1445 Sunday.
Added semitones in original chime are sharp 4th & flat 7th; clavier was a hybrid, with two rows of levers. Now 3 practice instruments--one is identical to the playing console (by Richard Strauss, 1984), and the others are nearly so. The original Paccard keyboard has been sold.
Traditional carillon of 61 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is G in the bass octave Transposition is nil (concert pitch) Keyboard range: G G / G C 30 There are no missing bass semitones There is an identical practice console The instrument was enlarged in 1983 with bells made by Paccard Prior history: In 1979, the instrument was enlarged to 48 bells by Paccard In 1917, the instrument was begun with 12 bells by Taylor No auxiliary mechanisms known Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 1993
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