Loreto Cloister Museum Tower Loretánské námesti Hradcany Praha (Prague), Czech Republic (formerly part of Czechoslovakia) LL: N 50.08925, E 14.39157
Loreto Prague Loretánské nám.7 118 00 Praha 1 - Hradcany T/F: 220-516-740 E: email@example.com
Bells by Claude Fremy, cast 1683-91; oldest extant Dutch carillon outside the Netherlands. Installation was completed by local clockmaker in 1695; unknown whether that included keyboard. One bass bell recast by Lisiak in 1747, then replaced along with another (#2 & 4) by Peter Manousek in 1994. Three small bells, badly out of pitch, not connected to drum or keyboard.
Traditional carillon of 30 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is C# in the treble octave Transposition is up 13 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C E 27/ C C There are two missing bass semitones 2 bells were recast or replaced in 1994 by the maker cited in Remarks above Prior history: In 1747, some bells were recast or replaced with bells made by the maker cited in Remarks above (0 bells remain from that work.) In 1690, the complete instrument of 30 bells was installed with bells made by the maker cited in Remarks above (28 bells remain from that work.) Auxiliary mechanisms: M27 Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2010
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