Electric-automatic carillon of 25 bells
Pitch of heaviest bell is F in the treble octave
Transposition is not applicable
Keyboard range: ---- / ----
The arrangement of tones and semitones is unknown.
The whole instrument was installed in 1978
with bells made by Eijsbouts
No auxiliary mechanisms known
Tower details not available
Year of latest technical information source is 1991
The very brief Dutch Wikipedia
article about the town
mentions the Reformed Church and has a photo of it.
But it places the town in the province of Utrecht rather than Zuid Holland.
Since 2019, Hagestein has been part of gemeente Vijfheerenlanden.
English Wikipedia article
makes clear that Hagestein was an independent town in Zuid Holland
until merging with Vianen, Utrecht, in 1986.
category for the building
includes not only several photos of the tower
but also two photos of the historic church/hour bell.
The Dutch Reliwiki
about the church mentions the ancient church & hour bell
(Eikenhouten klokkenstoel met klok van S. Butendiic, 1444, diam. 107 cm.
Mechanisch torenuurwerk, circa 1910) but not these newer bells.
There are several photos of the building, both historic and recent.
Where this work lies in the sequence of output of the Eijsbouts bellfoundry,
in this region
and in the world.