There is a page of site-specific information for each of the traditional-keyboard carillons in North America (Canada, Mexico and the United States of America). To make it easy for you to find the page or site you seek, or to discover information about relationships among them, they are indexed in several different ways, as follows:
If you are looking for a specific site by its institutional name (e.g., a church or school) or by the instrument's proper name, pick either of the above indexes and then use the "find in page" feature of your Web browser to locate a distinctive word (or partial word) in that name.
Similar indexes elsewhere on the World Wide Web:
NOTE: Instruments which were originally installed with a traditional keyboard but were later converted to use only non-traditional mechanisms are not included in most of these indexes. The sole exception is the historical index. Such instruments can also be found throughout the indexes to non-traditional carillons, and are separately listed in an index of degraded instruments.
Return to Indexes to sites in North America.
Return to Indexes to traditional carillons around the world.
This page was created 1996/12/12 and last revised 2020/08/30.
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