St.Martini Kirche
   On the Weser River at Schlachtpforte
   Bremen, Bremen, Germany
   LL: N 53.07525, E 8.80413
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   Autoplay daily at 0915,1215,1515,1815
   on 12 bells (perforated roll player)


   Bells cast by Otto (Hemelingen), with
   action & controls by Turmuhrenfabrik
   Eduard Korfhage & Söhne (Buer bei
   Melle); 2-octave electric keyboard (F-F),
   (number inconsistent)

*Technical data:

   Chime-sized instrument with action described in Remarks above of 19 bells
   Pitch of heaviest bell is F  in the middle octave
   Transposition is unknown
   Keyboard range:     ----  /    ----  
   The arrangement of tones and/or semitones
     is non-standard; see Remarks above.
   The whole instrument was installed in unknown year
     by the maker cited in Remarks above
   Auxiliary mechanisms: S7E15I
   Tower details not available
   Year of latest technical information source is 2021

The German Wikipedia article about the building has two photos that show the bell tower, and a section about the bells.

Where this work lies in the sequence of output of miscellaneous bellfoundries, in this region and in the world.

Ranking among all German chimes by pitch (weight).
Ranking among all German chimes by size (number of bells).
Ranking among all German chimes by year of completion.

Index to all tower bell instruments in Germany/Bremen.

   This page was built from the database on  3-May-21
   based on textual data last updated on 2021/05/03
   and on technical data last updated on 2021/05/03

(none available)

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