[Bell Historians] Riverside
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Thu Jan 31 13:41:06 GMT 2008
Mind you, if it had been Chicago, it would of course been next door to the largest and finest existing G&J carillon.
Riverside Church NYC - also a feature in Jill's book - now of course has only the 16 largest G&J bells. The 56 smallest have been twice replaced, first by Van Bergen and again in more recent years by Whitechapel. The whole Park Avenue / Riverside saga is told in fascinating detail in Jill's book.
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From: Richard Offen
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Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 12:54 PM
Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Wanamaker bell
> If memory serves me aright these are the original 'Expo belfry' bells
No that's Chicago Ed, this Riverside Church is in New York and contains
the famous carillon!
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