Sint Stephanustoren Grote Kerk (Ned.Herv.Kerk) Markt at Achter Het Pannenwerk Hasselt, Overijssel, Netherlands LL: N 52.59052, E 6.08935
Martien van der Knijff Ds.Otto Veeninglaan 17 8096 XG Oldebroek T: 525 633512 M: 6 8149 5502 E: firstname.lastname@example.org, info/@/beiaardiermartien DOTnl*Past carillonist:
1960 ded. Leen 't Hart
Thursday 1300-1400; also auto tunes for the quarters
Original carillon, c.1640, had no more than 3 octaves, by G.Wegewaert. Hemony carillon and drum destroyed by fire on 13 May 1725, except for two small bells, which became part of the Vanbergen carillon and now hang by the organ within the church. Largest bell by P&F, 1949 Last expansion included new cabin and clavier; old electric strikers replaced by pneumatic action within clavier.
Traditional carillon of 49 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is G in the middle octave Transposition is up 7 semitone(s) Keyboard range: C D / ---- There are two missing bass semitones The instrument was enlarged in 2010 with bells made by Eijsbouts Prior history: In 1973, the instrument was enlarged to 42 bells by Eijsbouts (41 bells were added in and/or remain from that work.) In 1959, the instrument was begun with 39 bells by vanBergen (0 bells remain from that work.) In 1662, a complete instrument of 23 bells was installed by Hemony (0 bells remain from that work.) In 1640, a complete instrument of ?? bells was installed by the maker cited in Remarks above (0 bells remain from that work.) Auxiliary mechanisms: E Tower details not available Year of latest technical information source is 2018
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