Cathédrale Notre-Dame Place Monseigneur Ginisty Verdun, Meuse, France LL: N 49.15935, E 5.38189
Bells divided between 2 front towers; variously reported as 19 or 20 total. 14 by Farnièr-Bulteaux, Dun (Meuse) or Mont-devant-Sassey, 1874-1899. Peal of 16 (2 octaves) is the second- largest in France; bourdons (G2,A2) by Pierre Guillemin, Lorraine, 1756, are the only survivors of the Revolution. One damaged in 1945 was recast in 1955; one cracked was repaired in 2010.
Chime-sized instrument or collection of 20 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is unknown Transposition is unknown Keyboard range: ---- / ---- The arrangement of tones and semitones is unknown. Work was done (as described in Remarks above) in unknown year by the maker cited in Remarks above No auxiliary mechanisms known Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 1925*Links:
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