Overhauled by Taylor in 2003, with new
clavier to America 2000 specification
for original range (but 2 more pedals).
The oldest intact Taylor carillon
in the world.
Traditional carillon of 39 bells
Pitch of heaviest bell is C in the middle octave
Transposition is up 2 semitone(s)
Keyboard range: C D 38/ A#G
There are two missing bass semitones
There is no practice console
The present keyboard was installed in 2003
In 1921, the complete instrument of 39 bells was installed
with bells made by Taylor
Auxiliary mechanisms: Q4
Tower details not available
Year of latest technical information source is 2003
Additional information on the technical history of this instrument can be
found in a database printout.
The Website of the Archdiocese
has a photomontage of the twin-spired facade; unfortunately, the Main Menu page
doesn't present a visible menu to some Web browsers; and even when it does,
it might not work.
If you can get past that to the Virtual Tour, the history does not mention bells,
but the 60-degree view of the front of the cathedral shows most of the towers.
The Cathedral history
does not mention any bells