Église (Basilique) Nôtre Dame de Buglose Rue des Pèlerins (D150) at Rue des Carillons Buglose, Landes, France LL: N 43.78411, W 0.99085
Denis-Pierre Villenave, carillonneur 1230 rue Loustalot 40990 St-Paul les Dax T: 58 91 88 59 E: dpvillenave/@/free DOTfr
During the daily procession in the week of 8 September.
Three octaves, some notes having 2 or 3 bells, for a total of 60 bells; played from a unique 4-octave (F-F) piano-style mechanical keyboard with variable transposition (Maisonnave system from Paccard, powered by foot pedals); missing semitones are bass C#,D#,F#. Clappers missing from some duplicates. First four bells supplied in 1894; bass bell added in 1900. Bollée supplied 3 clock bells. 1923 addition by Dencausse, Tarbes.
Carillon-sized instrument with action described in Remarks above of 35 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is C in the middle octave Transposition is unknown Keyboard range: * * 49/ NONE The arrangement of tones and/or semitones is non-standard; see Remarks above. The instrument was enlarged in 1925 with 31 bells made by Paccard Prior history: In 1923, the instrument was enlarged to 32 bells by the maker cited in Remarks above (3 bells were added in and/or remain from that work.) In 1915, the instrument was enlarged to 29 bells by Bollée In 1900, the instrument was enlarged to 26 bells by Paccard In 1899, the instrument was enlarged to 25 bells by Paccard In 1895, the instrument was begun with 23 bells with bells made by Paccard No auxiliary mechanisms known Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 1992
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