St.John's United Church Windsor & Willow Streets Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada LL: N 44.65174, W 63.59789
Alan W. Stewart 80 Ochterloney Street, #304 Dartmouth, NS B2Y 4S5 H: (902)461-4528 W: (902)424-8751 E: AlStew /@/ eastlink DOTca
St.John's United Church 6225 Willow Street Halifax, NS B3L 1P1 T: (902)423-8498 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added semitones sharp 4th and flat 7th; may have replaced an older chime. Hybrid keyboard has 13 batons in a straight line. 2009: church closed, but not demolished as originally announced; congregation in temporary quarters elsewhere. Apr.2014: 5 smallest bells stolen from tower; one abandoned on sidewalk, others broken up for scrap before thieves were caught; one on floor of belfry, 7 remain in frame.
Chime-sized instrument (without any workable playing mechanism) of 13 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is F in the middle octave Transposition is unknown Keyboard range: ---- / ---- There are two added semitones The whole instrument was installed in 1920 with bells made by Gillett & Johnston Auxiliary mechanisms: nC Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2014*Links:
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