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  Carillon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A carillon is a musical instrument composed of at least 23 cup-shaped bells played from a baton keyboard using fists and feet (such an instrument with fewer than this number of bells is known as a chime).
Carillon bells are made of bell bronze, approximately 78% copper and 22% tin.
Carillons originated in the 15th century in the Low Countries of Europe: Belgium, the Netherlands and Northern France, when bell-makers perfected their art by tuning bells at several points so that they could be sounded together to produce concordant harmonies.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carillon   (866 words)

The carillon usually is an outdoor instrument, its bronze cup-shaped bells fixed in a tower belfry or, in some modern examples, on an open frame.
The carillon is played from a keyboard of large round wooden keys and short pedals which are connected to the bell clappers by simple tracker action.
The carillon's rarity may be attributed to the difficulty in tuning the partial tones in the bells so that chords and complex passages may be sounded accurately.
www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com /index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=U1ARTU0000613   (831 words)

 The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Carillon
Cast in Croydon, England, this carillon is considered to be the masterpiece of the foundry of Gillett and Johnston.
Because the carillon is meant to be heard in the open air, the tower faces contain many openings that allow the sound to travel freely from the bells to the listeners.
The Rockefeller Carillon is a magnificent instrument that is integral to the Chapel's and the University's heritage.
rockefeller.uchicago.edu /carillon.html   (1261 words)

 Yale Memorial Carillon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Yale Memorial Carillon (sometimes incorrectly referred to as the Harkness Carillon) is a carillon of 54 bells in Harkness Tower at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
This carillon is a transposing instrument pitched in B. Its 54 bells are chromatically arranged from the G (1.5 octaves below middle-C) to the C (3 octaves above middle-C) for a total of 4.5 octaves.
During these nine weeks they have access to the practice carillon (an instrument with a keyboard identical to that of the large carillon, but whose small tone bars are not audible outside the tower) to prepare two audition pieces, which are performed for judges (current Guild members).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Yale_Memorial_Carillon   (656 words)

 Carillon Financials, ERP Software for Oracle, Sybase and Microsoft SQL Server
Carillon was developed with the end user in mind so orders can be processed quickly and customer questions can be answered immediately.
Carillon support is provided by a dedicated team including actual developers of the software so you will receive one-on-one attention.
Carillon is a registered trademark of Carillon Financials Corp. All other trademarks belong to their respective companies.
www.carillon.us   (409 words)

 Carillon Art in the Low Country
Carillon bells are hung in various arrangements depending on space, number and size of bells, and height of tower.
From the beginning of the sixteenth century to the end of the French Revolution, carillons spread persistently throughout the Provinces-a movement that reached its climax in the latter part of the seventeenth century with the superior Hemony instruments.
Carillons were to become symbols of civic pride, with cities and towns vying in efforts to possess the most imposing instruments and largest bells of best quality.
www.msu.edu /~carillon/batmbook/chapter7.htm   (4448 words)

 National War Memorial - Carillon
A carillon (pronounced "ká-ri-lon") is a huge musical instrument consisting of at least 23 cast bronze bells, tuned chromatically so that when rung together they produce a wide range of concordant harmonic effects.
Carillons originated in the Low Countries (now Belgium, The Netherlands and northern France) during the late 1500s.
The Carillon is heard in over 200 hours of live concerts per year and a comprehensive domestic and international carillon teaching programme is conducted under the direction of the current National Carillonist, Timothy Hurd.
www.nationalwarmemorial.govt.nz /caril-lon.html   (616 words)

 Welcome to the Department of Parks and Recreation
When the carillon was renovated in the early 1970's, the thirty-four bells which played the highest twenty-one notes were recast into twenty-one new bells with thicker profiles than the originals, producing a better sound.
The Carillon is a "magical" place and it is our hope and desire that the building continue to serve the citizens of Richmond and the Commonwealth for years to come.
The Carillon Tower originally carried sixty-six bells, but was renovated in the early 1970's and some bells could not be recast and now has fifty-six bells.
www.ci.richmond.va.us /departments/Parks/carillon.aspx   (1162 words)

 Historic Bok Sanctuary - Visiting Bok - Carillon
A carillon is a musical instrument consisting of at least two octaves of carillon bells arranged in chromatic series and played from a keyboard permitting control of expression through variation of touch.
Carillon bells have a cup shape and are cast in bronze.
Further carillon studies were with Stephen Knight at Samford University in Alabama and Dr. Linda Dzuris at Clemson University in South Carolina.
www.boksanctuary.org /visiting/carillon.html   (805 words)

 Springfield Park District
As a result of his generosity, the Rees Carillon is one of the largest and finest of the world's carillons.
The carillon was cast by the 300 year-old bellfoundry of Petit & Fritsen, Ltd., in Aarle-Rixtel, The Netherlands.
In 1978 the instrument's transmission system was updated, but it was not until 1987 that the Rees Carillon underwent a major renovation, with a new keyboard and the instrument transposed to B natural.
www.springfieldparks.org /Carillon/default.htm   (278 words)

 The Carillon Constitution
1.1.0 The Carillon believes that unrestricted freedom of the press is essential for the continued health of any democracy, and therefore The Carillon shall be totally independent of any student unions, the University administration, or any outside body with regards to content and operation.
The responsibility of The Carillon is to provide information and analysis extending beyond campus to post-secondary education and society in general.
1.3.0 The Editor-in-Chief of The Carillon shall ensure that all potentially libelous material is presented to a lawyer, as agreed upon by The Carillon and the Board of Directors, for an opinion before it is published.
www.carillon.uregina.ca /constitution.html   (4228 words)

 What is a Carillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
A carillon is a musical instrument composed of at least 23 carillon bells, arranged in chromatic sequence, so tuned as to produce concordant harmony when many bells are sounded together.
It is only in the 20th century that carillon bell founding was revived and has surpassed the quality and tuning of 15th century bells.
The world's greatest concentration of carillons is still in the Low Countries of Europe (Belgium, The Netherlands, northern France and northwest Germany).
www.gcna.org /crlnexp.html   (166 words)

 Carillon-Y2K Bug-Finder for C
Carillon is based on a simple-to-understand type system, which points the users to Y2K related problems and makes them concentrate on the parts of the program that manipulates dates.
Carillon is a real-world test and validation of long-term research into the automatic analysis of large software systems.
Carillon is written in the programming language Standard ML and is composed of components from the Berkeley ANalysis Engine (BANE).
www.eecs.berkeley.edu /Research/Aiken/carillon   (1185 words)

 The Netherlands Carillon
The project, with strong financial support from the Netherlands government, moved ahead with full-speed and the 50th Bell of the Netherlands Carillon was officially dedicated on Friday May 5, 1995, on the 50th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands.
The fifty bells of the carillon were cast using a bronze alloy of approximately four-fifths copper and one-fifth tin.
The Netherlands Carillon is located on the Virginia shore of the Potomac River opposite Washington, D.C. and bordering the northern end of Arlington National Cemetery, adjacent to The United States Marine Corps War Memorial.
www.nps.gov /gwmp/carillon.htm   (1173 words)

 Carillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Carillon records the achievements and activities of the faculty, staff, and students of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Carillon provides a medium for exchanging information among faculty and staff in the various schools, colleges, and administrative units on the Boulder campus.
The newspaper is named for the carillon bells which have rung out in the clear Boulder campus air for many decades.
www.colorado.edu /Carillon   (126 words)

 Carillon Senior Living Campus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The cost to live at Carillon is a combination of a monthly fee and a one-time entrance fee that may be refundable to you or your estate.
Carillon offers many amenities and services such as an indoor swimming pool, daily/weekly/monthly activities, room service, housekeeping, scheduled transportation, game rooms, fitness centers, and laundry services just to name a few.
Carillon also offers guest rooms within the building for family members to use.
www.carillonweb.com /frontpage/faq.htm   (665 words)

 School of Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
, a first-year ringer in Carillon, is from Madison, Mississippi.
Carillon has become an integral part of my college experience, and I look forward to the next two years in the group with great anticipation.
Carillon is directed by Dr. Larry D. Smith, lyric-baritone and professor of music in the School of Music at The University of Southern Mississippi.
www.usm.edu /music/studios_ensembles/carillon/Carillon03.php   (1712 words)

 Carillon Beach : A World Apart
Close to all amenities - pools, playgrounds, tennis courts and the beach - these one, two and three-bedroom units are perfect for weekend getaways or fulltime living.
Spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico and Lake Carillon are afforded from this Sunset Condominium on Lake Carillon.
Spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico and Lake Carillon are afforded from this 7th floor penthouse atop the Sunset Condominium on Lake Carillon.
www.carillon-beach.com /index/realestate/condominiums   (1354 words)

 Organ& Carillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
This carillon was the last North American carillon installation by the Gillett and Johnston foundry of Croydon, England.
The carillon is played after Sunday morning services in the Chapel and in recitals throughout the warmer months of the year.
John Gouwens, Carillonneur of the Academies since 1980, is well-known in the carillon field, having performed in recital at nine congresses of the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America, and at a congress of the World Carillon Federation.
www.culver.org /academics/FineArts/Faculty/gouwenj/organcarillon.asp   (953 words)

 Carillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
It is, therefore, with a great sense of pride that I welcome the Delegates to this Congress from the entire world and to this liturgical celebration in which we give praise and honour to God: “ Te Deum Laudamus – We praise you, O God, we acclaim you as the Lord”.
The theme of the Congress, “The Carillon and the Music of the People”, is very appropriately chosen as it is from the People that the Praise due to God rises.
May the occasion of this International Congress of the World Carillon Federation be an uplifting experience for all and may the Delegates who have come to celebrate it in our midst find a warm welcome among a God-filled and grateful people.
www.cloyne.irl.com /carillon.htm   (749 words)

 UD Carillon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The sound of the original carillon was produced by the physical striking of chimes located in the top of Memorial Hall, above.
The campus carillon was born on May 16, 1959.
The bell-like sound of the original carillon was produced by the physical striking of chimes in Memorial Hall.
www.udel.edu /main/about/carillon.html   (343 words)

 Lurie Carillon at the University of Michigan - Events   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
A Carillon Book for the Liturgical Year, a collection of Hymn-Preludes, at its 2.5-hour (and growing) length, is Dr. Johnson's largest and most widely performed contribution to the carillon literature.
Johnson has received annual awards for his carillon compositions from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (1993 to 2002); and, in 2000, his “In Memoriam Edward Bok: Suite for Carillon (1984)” was premiered during the World Carillon Federation Congress in Springfield, Illinois.
It is with highest appreciation of the power and beauty of his music and his influence on the repertoire of the carillon that the University of Michigan confers upon Roy Hamlin Johnson the honorary degree Doctor of Music.
carillon.engin.umich.edu /lurie/events/johnson/index.html   (505 words)

 Carillon Lifecare Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Carillon is a non-profit organization, self-owned and operated by a local board of directors.
A Carillon is a musical instrument consisting of bells played in harmony from a keyboard.
The Carillon represents our community because it best symbolizes the harmony that exists here between residents, staff, and our Board of Directors, a very dedicated group of local business leaders.
www.carillonweb.com /frontpage/Default.htm   (217 words)

 Carillon HOA
CARILLON COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL ASSOCIATION Oviedo, FL The Carillon Community is situated in south Seminole County near the University of Central Florida.
Carillon is a master planned community of 833 homes ranging in value from $200K to over $400K.
Carillon's network of parks is linked by landscaped walkways.
www.carillonhoa.com   (165 words)

 The Carillon - Home
Built in 1906 as a private mansion, The Carillon offers an unusual level of charm and comfort at affordable rates.
Set on the edge of Wellington's popular Cuba Quarter; The Carillon is only a 5 minute walk to the bustle of Cuba Street...
If you are arriving by train or ferry, the Carillon is a short taxi drive away.
www.carillon.co.nz   (115 words)

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