[Bell Historians] Re: St Giles, Cathedral, Edinburgh

LOVE, Dickon dickon.love at ...
Fri Aug 12 11:36:46 BST 2005

"It's not a carillon, it's a set of Whitechapel handbells. The organ 
was built by Rieger in 1992 and the set of handbells was included as a 
stop on the (if I remember correctly) great organ. They are 'hung 
dead', sounded by means of pneumatic hammers and mounted at the top of 
the organ, but not in view."

Are we talking about a cybalstern here? There are plenty of organs which
contain these, two notable ones being St John's College Cambridge and St
Giles Cripplegate.



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