St.Philip's Anglican Church York & Jamison Streets (tower on Clarence Street) Church Hill Sydney, New South Wales, Australia LL: S 33.86406, E 151.20494
Gordon Connon T: 02/9968 1854 E: connonhg/@/optusnet DOTcom DOTau - or - Richard Thomas T: 0458 136 076 E: firstname.lastname@example.org - or - David Killner T: 02/9816 1616 E: David.Killner@au.nestle.com
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St.Philip's Church 3 York Street Sydney, NSW 2000 T: (02)9247 1071 F: (02)9241 3870 E: email@example.com
Practice Friday 1800-2000 (ring ahead); service Sunday 0930-50, also quarter peal by arrangement
Bells from 1794 (by Thomas Mears) installed 1807 in St.Phillip's Church, hung for swing-chiming; all dispersed before new (and renamed) church was finished in 1856. Ring of 8 in a chime of 10; added semi- tones are flat 7th [2b, 1888] & sharp 4th [5#, 1898]. Cracked bell replaced in 2001 has been kept (perhaps for display).
Ring of 8 bells in a chime of 10 Pitch of heaviest bell is E in the middle octave Transposition is not applicable Keyboard range: ROPE 8/ NONE There are two added semitones 1 bells were recast or replaced in 2001 by Whitechapel Prior history: In 1898, the instrument was enlarged to its present size with bells made by Whitechapel (1 bells remain from that work.) In 1888, the instrument was enlarged to 9 bells by Whitechapel (2 bells were added in and/or remain from that work.) In 1858, 7 bells were recast or replaced by Whitechapel (7 bells were added in and/or remain from that work.) In 1794, the instrument was begun with 8 bells made by Whitechapel (0 bells remain from that work.) Auxiliary mechanisms: ?Q Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2009
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