Index to carillons and chimes by Grassmayr

The Grassmayr foundry has provided bells for various carillons and chimes in Austria (as well as single bells and peals throughout the world).  See the bottom of this page for contact information and additional notes.

For an explanation of what this index contains (and does NOT contain), and of the additional details on each entry, see the Bellfoundry Indexes Advice.

Some links to pages about this foundry can be found after the index.

Grassmayr, Innsbruck, Austria

INNSBRUCK - D/2               : AUSTRIA      1??? ?  chime
   Domtoren Sct.Jacob (St.Jacob Cathedral)
Innsbruck                     : Austria      1??? -  great
   Jesuit Church

Mösern                        : Austria      1950 -  great
   Peace Bell 
GRAZ - GM                     : AUSTRIA      1956 R  non-trad
   Toenendes Erz dat Graz
   (Sounding bronze of Graz)
   Gottfried Maurer residence
UNKNOWN                       : CROATIA      1998 C  chime
BELGRADE                      : SERBIA       2001 C  non-trad
   Temple of Saint Sava


  J. Grassmayr GmbH & Co KG
  Glocken- und Kunstgiesserei
  Leopoldstrasse 53
  A-6010  Innsbruck
  Tel: ++43-(0)512-59416-0
  Fax: ++43-(0)512-59416-22


The foundry Website is available in German, English, French, Spanish or Italian.  Included is a very brief sketch of its history, which began in 1599.

A tourism page about the foundry.

A tourist description of the Grassmayr Bell Museum, located at the foundry, reports hours, fees, etc.

Another tourist page about the bell museum has three clickable photos of bells and signs.

On a long page about instrument making in the Tirol, Bell Founding gets the first paragraph, reporting an astonishing number of artisans besides the Grassmayr family.

Peterson Strobe Tuners reports on the use of their equipment at the Grassmayr foundry, with clickable photos.

This index page was built from the database on 2-May-06 and last revised on 13-Sep-13.

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