Trinity Anglican Church Germain Street, between Church and Princess Streets Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada LL: N 45.2720, W 66.0603
Janice Waldschutz (Mrs. Christopher) 221 Germain Street Saint John, NB E2L 2G5 H: (506)642-6424 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Trinity Church Office 115 Charlotte Street Saint John, NB E2L 2J2 T: (506)693-8558 E: email@example.com
A fire in 1877 destroyed older bells. Added semitones: sharp 4th, flat 7th. In the expansion, Warners also supplied new frame and keyboard. Electrified in 1968 by Verdin.
Electric-keyboard chime of 12 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is E in the middle octave Transposition is up 4 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C E / NONE There are two added semitones The present keyboard was installed in 1968 by the maker cited in Remarks above Prior history: In 1914, the instrument was enlarged to its present size with bells made by Warner In 1882, the instrument was begun with 9 bells by Whitechapel Year of latest technical information source is 2004
Where the initial phase of this work lies in the sequence of output of the Whitechapel bellfoundry,
in this region
and in the world.
Where the final phase of this work lies in the sequence of output of the Warner bellfoundry, in this region and in the world.
Ranking among all North American chimes by size (number of bells).
Ranking among all North American chimes by weight (pitch).
Ranking among all North American chimes by year of completion.
Index to all tower bell instruments in NB.
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