S.Catherijnakerk Sint Catharijnehof Brielle, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands LL: N 51.90270, E 4.16199
Peter Bremer E: P.J.J.Bremer@gmail.com
Stichting "Vrienden van het Brielsche Carillon" Gemeente Brielle *parcel: Slagveld 36 3231 AP Brielle *postal: Postbus 101 3230 AC Brielle T: 0181 471111 E: email@example.com
Carillon by F.Hemony replaced the original clockwork chime. Eijsbouts worked on the Hemony carillon in 1926. Those bells were stolen in WW II but afterward recovered. Also 3 swinging bells, largest by Stephen Butendiic (1482, B-flat). 2010: Addition of two carillon basses (one also swinging) planned, plus another independent swinging bell.
Traditional carillon of 49 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is unknown Transposition is unknown Keyboard range: ---- / ---- The arrangement of tones and semitones is unknown. The instrument was enlarged in unknown year with bells made by an unknown maker Prior history: In 1991, 3 bells were recast or replaced with bells made by Taylor (3 bells were added in and/or remain from that work.) In 1974, the instrument was enlarged to 47 bells with bells made by Eijsbouts (27 bells remain from that work.) In 1971, the instrument was enlarged to 45 bells by Eijsbouts In 1661, the instrument was begun with 23 bells made by Hemony (19 bells remain from that work.) In 1587, a complete instrument of 12 bells was installed by an unknown maker (0 bells remain from that work.) Auxiliary mechanisms: E Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2015
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