Eglise Rue Saint-Jean at Rue François Verdier Lezat-sur-Leze, 09 Ariège, France LL: N 43.27547, E 1.34564
Primitive clavier with a single row of heavy levers; added semitones are sharp 4th, flat 7th, sharp octave. 10 bells by Granier, Hérépian; one is anonymous, 1531; one by Viguier, 1818; one by Levêque-Amans (successor to Louison), Toulouse, 1880; one by Amedee Vinel, Toulouse, 1894; 2 also swing.
Traditional chime (chimestand) of 14 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is F# in the middle octave Transposition is up 6 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C F / NONE There are three added semitones The whole instrument was installed in 1956 by the maker cited in Remarks above (except for 4) Year of latest technical information source is 2010
Additional information (in French), with clickable photos, a list of the bells, and a link to a slideshow with a photo of each bell.
Where this work lies in the sequence of output of miscellaneous bellfoundries, in this region and in the world.
Ranking among all French chimes by size (number of bells).
Ranking among all French chimes by pitch of largest bell.
Ranking among all French chimes by year of completion.
Index to all tower bell instruments in France/Ariège.
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