List of carillons

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For a general overview of musical bell instruments, see Campanology. For the description and history of the carillons listed hereunder, see Carillon.

Traditional carillons, non-traditional carillons, and pseudo-carillons – each per continent and country in an (often incomplete) alphabetical list by location.

Traditional carillons[edit]

(Carillons as defined by the World Carillon Federation[1] and by the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America,[2] played from a baton keyboard)

Africa[edit]

South Africa[edit]

  • Cape Town: Carillon in the City Hall Clock Tower by Taylor, Loughborough, England ca. 1905, 40 bells.

Asia[edit]

Israel[edit]

Japan[edit]

  • Itami, Hyōgo: 'The Bells of Flanders', 43 bells.
  • Sasebo, Nagasaki: Carillon Symphonica in the 'Huis ten Bosch', 37 bells.
  • Shigaraki, Shiga: 'The Joy of Angels' at Misono, the international headquarters and spiritual centre of the Shinji Shumeikai organisation, 50 bells.

Philippines[edit]

South Korea[edit]

  • Daejeon: Carillon at KAIST
  • Daejeon: Carillon at Hyechon College, 77 bells by Petit & Fritsen linked to the keyboard. Largest carillon in the world in terms of number of bells, tying the one in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, USA. The Hyechon Tower's nearly 11.0-ton 78th bell only strikes the hour.

Europe[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Assumed to be a complete list. Format: municipality (village), region: building, carillon name and/or unusual features, # bells – total bell weight in tonnes (lightest / heaviest in kg) – foundry year-oldest/year-youngest, foundry2 year-oldest/year-youngest – external link to the carillon

Brussels[edit]
Flanders[edit]
  • Aalst, Flanders: Belfry, 52 bells – 3.8 t
  • Antwerp, Flanders: Cathedral of Our Lady, 49 bells – 27.6 t
  • Antwerp (Kiel), Flanders: St. Catherine Church, 47 bells – 1.8 t
  • Antwerp (Borgerhout), Flanders: District Hall Tower, 47 bells – 5.5 t
  • Brakel (Nederbrakel), Flanders: St. Peter in Chains Church, 49 bells – 9.6 t
  • Bruges, Flanders: Belfry, 47 bells – 27.5 t
  • Damme, Flanders: City Hall, 39 bells – 1.2 t
  • Deinze, Flanders: Church of Our Lady, 48 bells – 3.9 t
  • Dendermonde, Flanders: Belfry, 49 bells – 6.8 t
  • Diest, Flanders: Saints Sulpitius and Dionysius Church, 47 bells – 3.2 t
  • Diksmuide, Flanders: Belfry, 30 bells – 1.1 t
  • Eeklo, Flanders: Belfry, 30 bells
  • Genk, Flanders: St Martins Tower, 52 bells – 11.6 t
  • Ghent, Flanders: Belfry, 54 bells – 30.1 t[6]
  • Geraardsbergen, Flanders: St. Bartholomew Church, 49 bells – 7.9 t
  • Grimbergen, Flanders: St. Gervace Basilica, 49 bells – 7.0 t[7]
  • Haaltert, Flanders: St. Gorik Tower, 44 bells – 5.2 t
  • Halle, Flanders: Basilica of Our Lady, 54 bells – 12.9 t
  • Harelbeke, Flanders: St. Salvator Tower, 50 bells – 7.2 t
  • Hasselt, Flanders: St. Quentin Cathedral, 54 bells – 11.0 t
  • Herentals, Flanders: Belfry, 49 bells – 3.7 t
  • Herzele, Flanders: 'Schepenhuis' (verbatim: Aldermen House), 28 bells – 1.7 t
  • Hoogstraten, Flanders: St. Catherine Church, 50 bells – 11.8 t
  • Ypres, Flanders: Belfry, 49 bells – 11.9 t
  • Izegem, Flanders: St. Hilonius Church, 47 bells – 10.1 t
  • Kortrijk, Flanders: Belfry, 48 bells – 1.7 t
  • Kortrijk, Flanders: St. Martins Church, 49 bells – 18.5 t
  • Lede, Flanders: St. Martins Church, 24 bells – 0.8 t
  • Leuven, Flanders: St. Gertrudis Church, 49 bells – 15.1 t
  • Leuven, Flanders: St. Peter's Church, 49 bells – 17.5 t
  • Leuven, Flanders: University, Central Library, American Engineers' Memorial Carillon, 63 bells – 35.3 t
  • Lier, Flanders: St. Gummarus Church, 47 bells – 20.0 t
  • Lokeren, Flanders: St. Laurens Tower, Keyboard 2000 console, 49 bells – 16.8 t
  • Lommel, Flanders: St. Peter in Chains Church, 63 bells – 15.5 t – Eijsbouts 2000 (incl. tuning of 2 bells cast by Michiels)[8]
  • Meise, Flanders: St. Martins Church, 56 bells – 5.3 t
  • Mechelen, Flanders: Court of Busleyden, carillon for the international Royal Carillon School "Jef Denyn", 49 bells – 2.5 t
  • Mechelen, Flanders: Church of Our Lady across the Dijle, 50 bells – 9.1 t
  • Mechelen, Flanders: St. Rumbolds Cathedral, the tower contains two functional carillons, each having 49 bells – the old 36.0 and the new 40.0 t
  • Menen, Flanders: Belfry, 49 bells – 4.8 t
  • Mol, Flanders: Saints Peter and Paul Church, 49 bells – 16.5 t
  • Mol (Postel), Flanders: Norbertine Abbey, 49 bells – 2.5 t
  • Nieuwpoort, Flanders: Church of Our Lady, 67 bells – 9.0 t
  • Ninove, Flanders: City Hall, 30 bells
  • Ostend, Flanders: Festivities and Culture Palace, 49 bells – 12.4 t
  • Oudenaarde, Flanders: St. Walburga Church, 49 bells – 15.3 t
  • Peer, Flanders: St. Trudo Church, 64 bells – 17.2 t
  • Poperinge, Flanders: St. Bertinus Church, 47 bells – 4.4 t
  • Roeselare, Flanders: St. Michaels Church, 49 bells – 5.2 t
  • Ronse, Flanders: St. Hermes Collegial Church, 49 bells – 12.5 t
  • Scherpenheuvel-Zichem (Scherpenheuvel), Flanders: Basilica of Our Lady, 49 bells – 13.2 t
  • Sint-Niklaas, Flanders: City Hall, 49 bells – 5.2 t
  • Sint-Truiden, Flanders: Belfry, 50 (other source 41) bells – 5.6 t
  • Sint-Truiden (Kortenbos), Flanders: Basilica of Our Lady's Ascension, 27 bells – 0.7 t
  • Steenokkerzeel, Flanders: St. Rumolds Tower, 49 bells – 7.2 t
  • Temse, Flanders: Municipal Hall, 38 bells by Paccard (1976) and Rudolf Perner (2009)
  • Tielt, Flanders: Belfry, 35 bells – 0.8 t
  • Tienen, Flanders: St. Germains Church, city carillon, 54 bells – 7.0 t
  • Tongeren, Flanders: Basilica of Our Lady, 49 (other source 42) bells – 8.0 t
  • Turnhout, Flanders: St. Peters Church, 52 bells – 10.0 t
  • Veurne, Flanders: St. Nicolas Church, 48 bells – 9.3 t
  • Wingene, Flanders: St. Amands Tower, 37 bells – 4.5 t
  • Zottegem, Flanders: Church of Our Lady's Ascension, 49 bells – 6.8 t
  • Zoutleeuw, Flanders: St. Leonards Collegial Church, 39 bells – 1.2 t
  • Zwijndrecht (Burcht), Flanders: St. Martins Church 'Openluchtbeiaard' (Carillon in open air), 37 bells – 1.8 t
Wallonia[edit]
  • Antoing, Wallonia: Church, 25 bells – Barbieux, S. Van Aerschodt [9]
  • Ath, Wallonia: St. Julian's Church, 49 bells – 11.1 t (bourdon 4,070 kg) – Michiels 1953/1954, Petit & Fritsen 1981/2000[10]
  • Beauraing, Wallonia: Beauraing's Castle (Castel Sainte-Marie), 29 bells – Michiels [9]
  • Binche, Wallonia: Belfry, 25 bells
  • Braine-le-Comte, Wallonia: St. Géry Church, 47 bells
  • Charleroi, Wallonia: Belfry, 47 bells
  • Enghien, Wallonia: St. Nicolas Church, 51 bells
  • Florenville, Wallonia: Church of the Ascension, 49 bells
  • Gembloux, Wallonia: Belfry, 47 bells
  • Huy, Wallonia: Church of Our Lady (Notre-Dame), 49 bells
  • La Louvière, Wallonia: St. Joseph Church, 47 bells
  • Liège, Wallonia: St. Bartholomew Church, 40 bells
  • Liège, Wallonia: Church of St. John the Evangelist, 34 bells
  • Liège, Wallonia: St. Pauls Cathedral, 49 bells
  • Malmédy, Wallonia: Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral, 40 bells
  • Mons, Wallonia: Belfry, 49 bells
  • Namur, Wallonia: St. Aubain Cathedral, 47 bells
  • Nivelles, Wallonia: St. Gertrude Collegial Church, 47 bells
  • Soignies, Wallonia: St. Vincent Collegial Church, 47 bells
  • Thuin, Wallonia: Belfry, 31 bells
  • Tournai, Wallonia: Belfry, 43 bells
  • Verviers, Wallonia: 'Notre Dame des Récollets' Church, 40 bells
  • Wavre, Wallonia: Church of St. John the Baptist, 50 bells

France[edit]

Carillonneur Brian Swager plays the carillon at the Cathedral Saint-Jean-Baptiste (John the Baptist) in Perpignan, France.

Germany[edit]

Very incomplete list; there are about 45 carillons[17] in Germany. Format: municipality (village), federal state: building, carillon name and/or unusual features, # bells – total bell weight in tonnes (lightest / heaviest in kg) – foundry year-oldest/year-youngest, foundry2 year-oldest/year-youngest – external link to the carillon

Ireland[edit]

Italy[edit]

  • Rome: St. Paul's Within the Walls, 23 bells.

Lithuania[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

East Netherlands[edit]
  • Almere-Haven 47 bells by Eijsbouts
  • Almere-stad 47 bells by Eijsbouts
  • Amersfoort: Belgian Monument housing carillon frequently used for practice by students of the Netherlands Carillon School. 48 bells.
  • Amersfoort: Onze Lieve Vrouwe Toren. Two functional carillons, the older with 35 bells, the newer with 58. Old carillon: Hemony (1659–1664), plus 3 bells by Melchior de Haze and Pieter Hemony (1674), by Jan Albert de Grave (1725), and by Eijsbouts (1953). New carillon: Eijsbouts 1997.[24]
  • Barneveld : Jan van Schaffelaar Toren. 51 bells[25]
  • Emmeloord: Poldertoren. 48 bells.
  • Enschede: Carillon at the University of Twente.
  • Garderen: Oude Kerkstoren. 44 bells. Carillon designed and built by Het Molenpad Expertise. Bells tuned to 'Bach temperament'.
  • Kampen: Nieuwe toren (new tower) - 48 bells by François Hemony (2011)
  • Nijmegen St. Stevenschurch 47 bells by A.J vd Gheyn and Eijsbouts
North Netherlands[edit]
South Netherlands[edit]
West Netherlands[edit]

Norway[edit]

In addition Sandefjord has 25 bells, Molde has 26 bells and Hamar has 24 bells (2004, presented at the 150th anniversary of the city)

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

  • Mafra: In royal palace. 2 carillons totaling 114 bells.[33]
  • Porto: Tower of Clerigos. 49 bells.
  • Leiria: Tower of cathedral. 23 bells.
  • Alverca: Church. 72 bells. The newest, and second biggest in Europe and the third worldwide. Bells were cast by the Dutch foundry Eijsbouts and valued at 500.000 euros in 2005.

Russia[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Spain[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

  • Saint-Maurice : Abbaye, 49 cloches by Paccard (2010), Rüestchi (1947) and Eisjbouts (2004).
  • Pully: Église de Rosiaz, Carillon de Chantemerle, 48 bells by Eijsbouts (1953), Rudolf Perner (2011) and Laudy (2014).
  • Genève : Cathédrale, 37 bells by Fribor (1460) Paccard-Rüestchi (1931), Rüestchi (1986 & 1991) and Paccard (2011).
  • Carouge : Église Sainte-Croix, 36 bells by Rüestchi (2001), Kervand (1839), Pitton (1787), Aubry (XVIIe).
  • Lens : Église, 24 bells by Rüestchi (1958 - 1967 - 1995)

Sweden[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

Bournville Junior School and carillon

There are 19 carillons in the United Kingdom.

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

Dominican Republic[edit]

  • Higüey, Altagracia: La Catedral Basílica de Nuestra Señora de la Altagracia;[45] 45 bronze bells cast by Paccard Foundrie De Cloche, Annecy, France, in 1977.[46] This carillon was restored and fitted with a computer controller in the 1990s by Msr. Pierre Paccard and Mr. L. Eckert.ast in

Mexico[edit]

  • Mexico City, D.F.: The Banobras Carillon. 47 bells, in the world's tallest carillon tower (125m), which is part of the old headquarters of the Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Publicos in the Tlatelolco neighbourhood.[47]

United States[edit]

Eastern United States[edit]
Century Tower
Gainesville, Florida
Central United States[edit]
Rees Memorial Carillon
Springfield, Illinois
University of Wisconsin–Madison Carillon Tower
Western United States[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

  • Wellington: The National War Memorial Carillon. 74 bells.

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

  • Buenos Aires: The carillon at the Basílica de la Merced, 1923, first Argentinian carillon.
  • Buenos Aires: carillon from the Buenos Aires City Legislature building, 1931, 35 bells from Apolda, Germany, from Franz Schilling Sohne. Largest: 4.800 kg, smallest: 25 kg.
  • La Plata: The carillon at the Cathedral of La Plata, 1990, 25 bells, from Poli, Italy. Largest: 3.400 kg, smallest: 45 kg.
  • Mercedes, Buenos Aires province: Iglesia de San Patricio, 1932, 24 bells.
  • Tandil, Buenos Aires Province: Iglesia del Santísimo Sacramento, 1930. 2 bells from Buenos Aires (1878), one from Tandil (1888), 8 bells from Westfalia, by Bochumen Verein (1925), 3 bells from Fundalum, in Tandil (2010), actually 10 new bells being to be installed for a total of 24.

Traveling carillons[edit]

Only about a dozen carillons worldwide are intended to perform at several locations, or even while being driven around.

Belgium[edit]

  • Mechelen, Flanders: 30 bells.
  • Mons, Wallonia: Carillon Queen Fabiola, 49 bells

Czech Republic[edit]

  • The Traveling Carillon of Prague. 57 Bells. Traveling carillon of Zvonarstvi Manousek.

Germany[edit]

  • Passau, Bavaria: 49 bells. The traveling carillon of the Rudolf Perner bellfoundry.
  • Raschau, Saxony: Traveling carillon of the Süss-Mühle in Raschau with 25 porcellain bells.[102]

Netherlands[edit]

  • Maastricht: 43 bells. The traveling carillon of Dutch carilloneur Frank Steijns.[103]

United States[edit]

  • Cast in Bronze: 35 bells. Frank DellaPenna is the founder of this traveling carillon.[104]
  • Hall Family Carillon: 35 bells. Tours performing Cast in Bronze year-round.
  • Mobile Millennium Traveling Carillon: 48 bells. Owned by Chime Master in Lancaster, OH

Non-traditional carillons[edit]

(Instruments with bells defined as non-traditional carillons by the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America,[105] played from an electric keyboard or by any automatic mechanism)

Australia[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Format: municipality (village), region: building, carillon name and/or unusual features, # bells – total bell weight in tonnes (lightest / heaviest in kg) – foundry year-oldest/year-youngest, foundry2 year-oldest/year-youngest – external link to the carillon

  • Saint-Hubert, Wallonia: Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Carillon Saint Hubert, 23 bells – Eijsbouts 2011

Norway[edit]

Philippines[edit]

South Africa[edit]

  • Cape Town: Carillon in the City Hall Clock Tower by J. Smith & Sons, Midland Clock Works, Derby, England, ca 1905. 12 bells. Electrically driven drum mechanism.

United States[edit]

Eastern United States[edit]

Central United States[edit]

Western United States[edit]

Pseudo-carillons[edit]

(Instruments which sound like a carillon but fall outside the definitions of a carillon by the World Carillon Federation and by the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America[113])

Philippines[edit]

United States[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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