Trinity United Methodist Church Main Street, north of School Street Montpelier, Vermont, USA LL: N 44.26141, W 72.57428
Michael Loris E: email@example.com
Trinity Church Office 137 Main Street Montpelier, VT 05602-2990 T: (802)229-9158 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Added semitone is flat 7th. Bourdon also swings. Also an 1872 Meneely & Kimberly bell (E, c.2500 lbs), second-largest bell in Vermont. Repaired in 2010 by local organ builder Michael Loris. Keyboard modified (reversibly) in 2016 by M.Loris, adding an outboard key to play the 1872 bell via its tolling hammer as the leading tone to the tonic note of the chime.
Traditional chime (chimestand) of 11 bells Pitch of heaviest bell (excluding sub-bourdon) is F in the middle octave Transposition is nil (concert pitch) Keyboard range: (E )F G / NONE There is one added semitone The present keyboard was installed in 2016 by the maker cited in Remarks above Prior history: In 1908, the complete instrument of 10 bells was installed with bells made by McShane Auxiliary mechanisms: W1 Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2016
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