carillonist

carillonist
One who plays the carillon.

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  • carillonist — /kəˈrɪljənəst/ (say kuh rilyuhnuhst) noun someone who plays a carillon …   Australian-English dictionary

  • carillonist — carillˈonneur (also / nûrˈ/) or carillˈonist (also /karˈ/) noun • • • Main Entry: ↑carillon …   Useful english dictionary

  • Carillon — A carillon (IPA|/kaʁijɔ̃/, IPA|/ˈkærɪljɒn/ or IPA|/kəˈrɪljən/) is a musical instrument consisting of at least 23 cast bronze cup shaped bells which are played one after the other (to play a melody) or sounded together (to play a chord). A… …   Wikipedia

  • Berkeley Carillon — The Class of 1928 Carillon, or Berkeley Carillon, is a carillon at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. It originated as a twelve bell chime, cast in 1915 by the John Taylor foundry of Loughborough, England. The original bells were a gift …   Wikipedia

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  • National War Memorial (New Zealand) — National War Memorial New Zealand The dedication o …   Wikipedia

  • Royal Carillon School "Jef Denyn" — The school has trained many of the foremost carillonneurs of the twentieth century and houses a rich archive and library.HistoryThe Royal Carillon School was founded in 1922 by renowned city carillonneur of Mechelen Jef Denyn, in whose honor it… …   Wikipedia

  • carillonneur — noun A person who plays the carillon. Syn: carillonist …   Wiktionary

  • carillonneur — /kərɪljəˈnɜ/ (say kuhrilyuh ner) noun → carillonist. {French} …   Australian-English dictionary

  • carillon —   n. peal of bells.    ♦ carilloneur,    ♦ carillonist, n. player on carillon …   Dictionary of difficult words

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