Grace Lutheran Church (ELCA) North Queen and East James Streets Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA LL: N 40.04601, W 76.30691 z20
Richard Kline, Chief Chimer - and - nine other church people
Grace Lutheran Church 517 North Queen Street Lancaster, PA 17603-3097 T: (717)397-2748 E: pastor@GraceLutheranChurch.com
Before and after Sunday services; Sundays at 6pm
Original chime incorporated the old single bell, which remains.
Chime-sized instrument or collection of 15 bells Pitch of heaviest bell (excluding sub-bourdon) is F in the middle octave Transposition is nil (concert pitch) Keyboard range: (D )F G / ---- There is one missing bass semitone The instrument was enlarged in 1995 with bells made by Petit & Fritsen Prior history: In 1962, the instrument was enlarged to 12 bells by an unknown maker (1 bells were added in and/or remain from that work.) In 1920, the instrument was begun with 11 bells by McShane (except for 1 older) Year of latest technical information source is 2008
Where the initial phase of this work lies in the sequence of output of the
Where the final phase of this work lies in the sequence of output of the Petit & Fritsen bellfoundry, in this region and in the world.
Other chimes which qualify as mini-carillons.
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 PA.
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