St.Eusebiustoren Grote Kerk Kerkplein Arnhem, Gelderland, Netherlands LL: N 51.97901, E 5.90979*Former location (2 octaves, 1958):
Dutch Pavilion World's Fair, 1958 Bruxelles / Brussel, Brabant, Belgium
Bob van der Linde T: 0642839829 E: info/@/bobvanderlinde DOTnl*Past carillonist:
??-2016 Roy Kroezen
Former carillon destroyed by Allied bombardment in WW II (Sep.1944). 40 bells above the cabin, others below; bass 9100 kg. Tower open to the public daily.
Traditional carillon of 53 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is E in the bass octave Transposition is down 3 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C C 49/ G G 24 There is one missing bass semitone The instrument was enlarged in 1994 with 4 bells made by Petit & Fritsen Prior history: In 1964, the instrument was begun with 49 bells by Petit & Fritsen In 1887, the instrument was enlarged to 47 bells by an unknown maker (0 bells remain from that work.) In 1652, the instrument was begun with 35 bells made by Hemony (0 bells remain from that work.) Auxiliary mechanisms: S2E Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2020
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