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carillon,

in music: see bellbell,
in music, a percussion instrument consisting of a hollow metal vessel, often cup-shaped with an outward-flaring rim, damped at one end and set into vibration by a blow from a clapper within or from a hammer without.
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carillon

[′kär·ə‚län]
(engineering)
A musical instrument played from a keyboard with two or more full chromatic octaves of fine bells shaped for homogeneity of timbre.

carillon

1. A bell tower; a campanile.
2. A set of fixed bells, usually hung in a tower and struck by hammers.

carillon

Music
1. a set of bells usually hung in a tower and played either by keys and pedals or mechanically
2. a tune played on such bells
3. an organ stop giving the effect of a bell
4. a form of celesta or keyboard glockenspiel
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Trevor Workman has become a world renowned carillonneur
One such feature is 'Jazz a la Carte' where listeners gathered in the church square can select pieces from a 'menu' that the carillonneur then plays for them.
Prenons quelques exemples (8): Vive la Canadienne, Le petit mousse noir, La-haut dans ces montagnes, Au clair de la lune, Le carillonneur.
Bok Tower Gardens' Singing Tower carillon will be performed by guest carillonneur Lee Cobb through January 31and April 19through May 5.
Trevor has been Bournville's Carillonneur since 1965 and has represented Great Britain in European and world events.
Trevor's 6rst application to become Bournville's carillonneur was turned down because he was "considered not to have the necessary physique".
Margo Halsted, the carillonneur and an associate professor at the University of Michigan, was the associate carillonneur at Stanford from 1967-1977 under Angell.
Other attractions include seminars and workshops plus performances from Dutch carillonneur Boudewijn Zwart.
Trevor Worman, the carillonneur, is seen at the keyboard of the famous instrument.
Carillonneur Trevor Workman led a campaign to fund the small school which will teach the art on a wooden keyboard known as a practice clavier, brought over from Holland.
He will also go up to the old library to meet Bournville carillonneur Trevor Workman who will take him to see the bell tower above the school, which is also 100 years old.
An active member of the Guild of Carillonneurs, Ng is involved with the current trends.