Gatehouse Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Monastery (ROCOR) 82 Robinson Road Jordanville, New York, USA LL: N 42.92737, W 74.93484
Holy Trinity Monastery & Seminary PO Box 36 Jordanville, NY 13361-0036 T: (315)858-0940 F: (315)858-0505 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reported by maker as "hand and auto- matic" operation; actually a zvon. 14 bells by Eijsbouts via Rostov Bells, Inc. (G0,b0,es1,g1,a1,b1,cis3,es3, g3,a3,b3,cis4,f4,g4) plus one by J.Sergeys, Louvain (e1), plus 3 anonymous tiny trebles.
Zvon of 18 bells Pitch of heaviest bell is G in the bass octave Transposition is not applicable Keyboard range: ZVON / ZVON The arrangement of tones and/or semitones is non-standard; see Remarks above. The instrument was enlarged in 1988 by the maker cited in Remarks above Prior history: In 1988, the instrument was begun with 14 bells by Eijsbouts (14 bells remain from that work.) Year of latest technical information source is 1995
On the same grounds is Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary, whose Website does not mention either zvon.
Ranking among all North American chimes by size (number of bells).
Where the bass bell of this zvon ranks among other great bells in North America
Index to North American zvons.
Index to all tower bell instruments in NY, including the older zvon at this place.
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