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SONATE Carillonworks

Carillonworks computer system include a storage memory, video screen and keyboard
The 16-bell automated carillonworks at the Püttlingen (Germany) Town Hall.
(All photos are from a local publisher)
Meisenheim (Germany)
Rouyn-Noranda (QC) Canada. Town Hall with combined carillonworks and wall dial

SONATE Carillonworks

The SONATE Carillonworks is a state-of-the-art technology which allows one to play up to a total of 96 cast-bronze bells. Its system is comprised of a hi-tech microprocessor, a storage component, a terminal, a color video display screen and a standard computer keyboard. Once the desired melodies have been played upon the keyboard, it is possible to verify and correct them, accordingly, on the monitor screen. Various melodies can be played by means of the keyboard without even having to actually chime on the bells themselves; the sounds can be heard via earphones or a loudspeaker.

Of course, when concert time arrives, the carillonneur will be able to play his melodies directly upon the carillon system.

The PERCONTA Master Clock is the ideal electronic device for the automated playing of the carillon.

In all belltowers, irregardless of their size and design, any carillon or chime can be expertly incorporated into a custom-made bellframe and, as such, maximize available space. All this will enhance the visual appearance of the bell system. .

Bernhard Zachariä GmbH - Heiterblickstraße 42 - 04347 Leipzig - Telefon: +49 (0) 341 - 24465-0 - Telefax: +49 (0) 341 - 24465-19 - eMail: