Bells operated by stepping on ground-
level metal plates. Added semitones
are sharp 4th & flat 7th in first
Chime-sized instrument with action described in Remarks above of 15 bells
Pitch of heaviest bell is C in the itty-bitty octave
Transposition is unknown
Keyboard range: NONE / C A
There are two added semitones
The whole instrument was installed in 2009
with bells made by Eijsbouts
No auxiliary mechanisms known
Tower details not available
Year of latest technical information source is 2012
The Website of the Museum
(formerly the Nationaal Beiaard- en Natuurmuseum Asten,
or National Carillon and Nature Museum Asten) is ostensibly in three languages,
though some pages (and some parts of pages) are only in Dutch.
The Carillon Museum (founded in 1969) merged with the Natural History Museum
(founded in 1975) effective 1 Jan 2007.
The home page sometimes includes a photo of children at a 20-note baton keyboard.
Scroll down for an outdoors photo of the bells of the Springcarillon;
in the background can be seen the green (oxidized copper) tower which holds
an automatic carillon,
as well as the peaked roof under which two chimes hang indoors.
Once upon a time there was a page about the Springcarillon,
but it seems o have been lost in a redesign of the Website.
Where this work lies in the sequence of output of the Eijsbouts bellfoundry,
in this region
and in the world.