Église St-Martin Place de l'Église Seurre, 21 Côte-d'Or, France LL: N 46.99780, E 5.14556
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Sundays and holidays; International Carillon Festival in August.
Space for extension to 4 octaves. First carillon destroyed by fire in 1539; second built in 1742, dismantled in 1793.
Traditional carillon of 35 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is G in the middle octave Transposition is up 7 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C C / C -- There are two missing bass semitones The whole instrument was installed in 1991 with bells made by Paccard Prior history: In 1742, a complete instrument of an unknown number of bells was installed by an unknown maker (0 bells remain from that work.) Previously, a complete instrument of 8 bells was installed by an unknown maker (0 bells remain from that work.) No auxiliary mechanisms known Tower details: Height of console: 19 meters above ground Height of lowest level of bells: (unknown) Height of highest level of bells: (unknown) Belfry openness: % Year of latest technical information source is 1992
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