carillon


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Synonyms for carillon

set of bells hung in a bell tower

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playing a set of bells that are (usually) hung in a tower

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Coun Jenny Bokor, lead member for Loughborough, said: "The Carillon is a much-loved part of Loughborough's history which we will be showcasing as part of this year's Heritage Open Day.
The Millennium Carillon in Moser Tower and Visitor Center, 443 Aurora Ave., is open on weekends for tours through Oct.
By then the carillon at St Chad's Church - dating from the 1860s and an almost unique gem as carillons were usually only installed in large cities and public buildings, and only rarely in parish churches - had been silent for a year.
Brian Feil added, "570 Carillon presented a compelling opportunity in the Tampa Bay/St.
Lloyd and Van Gorp expand the capabilities of Carillon Tower Advisers in London.
Effective in April, ClariVest will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Carillon Tower's affiliate, Eagle Asset Management.
--The Church of Gesu inside the Ateneo campus in Loyola Heights has its own 18 -- bell carillon and an Angelus bell.
(ON THE COVER) The Panerai Radiomir 1940 Minute Repeater Carillon Tourbillon GMT.
HERITAGE Bournville Carillon Installed by Bournville Village Trust founder George Cadbury in 1906, the Carillon is one of the finest instruments of its kind in the world.
"I begged my family for music lessons since I was maybe four years old, but they didn't have enough money to start me on piano until I was almost 10," says Ng, the daughter of economic migrants from Hong Kong and China, who now teaches carillon at the University of Michigan, where she also serves as the university carillonist.
Raymond James Financial says it is buying Scout Investments and its Reams Asset Management division, which will join its global asset management group Carillon Tower Advisers, for an undisclosed amount.
Featured in the bell chamber is a carillon, a type of music box which plays up to 14 different tunes on the bells, which can be programmed to play at specific times.
- A single-center study recently published in the Journal of Invasive Cardiology noted that treatment with US-based medical device maker Cardiac Dimensions' Carillon Mitral Contour System resulted in significant improvement of functional (secondary) mitral regurgitation, a condition that can increase the symptoms of heart failure, the company said.
Le Carillon, the popular Paris bar where multiple people were killed during terror attacks in November, is set to open up its doors again this week, about two months after the attacks, the Local (http://www.thelocal.fr/20160112/iconic-carillon-bar-to-reopen-after-attacks) reported .