Ella S. Bulkley Memorial Carillon
St.James Episcopal Church West Street near Foster Street Danbury, Connecticut, USA LL: N 41.39320, W 73.45254
George C. S. Bogart 29 Mountain View Drive Brookfield, CT 06804-1415 H: (203)775-2825 - and - Christel Davis - and - Joanne F. Archibald (A) E: email@example.com*Past carillonists:
8Ap1928 ded. Andrew Meneely IV and Ruth Conniston-Morize c.1935-65 Melvin C. (Jim) Corbett (C) Nancy Ryckelynck
Joanne F. Archibald Director of Music Ministries E: firstname.lastname@example.org - or - St.James Church 25 West Street Danbury, CT 06810-7877 T: (203)748-3561 F: (203)744-6350 E: email@example.com
Before and after 10am Sunday service; Wednesdays at 1230 in July
The first American-made carillon. Last 2 bells donated by M.C.Corbett. Totally refurbished in 1987 by Olympic Carillon Engineering, with keyboard rebuilt & relocated, transmission replaced and bells turned (but not tuned).
Traditional carillon of 25 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is E in the middle octave Transposition is up 4 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C D / C D There are two missing bass semitones There is no practice console The instrument was enlarged in 1936 with bells made by Meneely/Wvlt Prior history: In 1928, the instrument was enlarged to 23 bells by Meneely/Wvlt In 1928, the instrument was begun with 15 bells by Meneely/Wvlt No auxiliary mechanisms known Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2019
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