Definition of carillon
1a : a set of fixed chromatically tuned bells sounded by hammers controlled from a keyboardb : an electronic instrument imitating a carillon
2 : a composition for the carillon
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Pre-concert carillon tours and demonstrations every 15 minutes between 5:30-6:30 p.m. June 5: Frans Haagen.
In addition to the elevator, there are also 253 steps that give visitors a view of the carillon bells.
The carillon bells were removed from the original wooden flag tower seven years because the tower was deteriorating, and have been in storage.
The Bell Tree serves as a temporary home for the carillon bells, Greisman said, until Columbia Association decides where to permanently install the bells.
General admission tickets cost $25, pit access tickets are $75 and carillon tickets are $250.
Carillon amenities include a swimming pool, kiddie pool, open-air pavilion, sport court, playground, private 12-acre lake, trails and front yard maintenance.
The carillon is located inside Moser Tower on Rotary Hill, 443 Aurora Ave.
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: a set of bells sounded by hammers controlled by a keyboard
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