Traditional carillon of 47 bells
Pitch of heaviest bell is A# in the middle octave
Transposition is unknown
Keyboard range: ---- / ----
The arrangement of tones and semitones is unknown.
The whole instrument was installed in 1977
with bells made by Eijsbouts
Auxiliary mechanisms: E
Height of console: (unknown)
Height of lowest level of bells: (unknown)
Height of highest level of bells: (unknown)
Belfry openness: 95%
Year of latest technical information source is 1992
The Dutch Wikipedia
article about the church
has two photos of it, as well as one of the old clockwork (now disused)
and one of the current clockwork (now motorized).
There is a bare mention of two church bells and the carillon.
The Dutch religious wiki
page about the church
has several photos of the tower, and mentions two church bells (one ancient)
but not the carillon.
It does quote a news article from Sep.2016 about a forthcoming restoration of the tower,
which would silence the carillon and the church bells.
Where this work lies in the sequence of output of the Eijsbouts bellfoundry,
in this region
and in the world.