Organ-Carillon with pipes and bells made out of Meissen Porcelain Yokohama

Organ-Carillon with pipes and bells made out of Meissen Porcelain
Lalaport in Yokohama/Japan

builder: Jehmlich Orgelbau Dresden GmbH
construction year: 2007
tone compass: 40 bells (a0 - c4)
49 pipes (C - c3)

 

The Organ-Carillon was individually designed for the Evergreen Mall in Yokohama/Japan and is a worldwide unique combination of porcelain bells with porcelain pipes.

The instrument consists out of a chromatic carillon with 40 bells and 39 pipes which can be played by two separated keyboards.

Compositions and improvisations can be recorded by the integrated MIDI-system and can be played automatically at an individual programmed date and time.

 

 

Impressions during the construction of the Organ-Carillon in our workshop

bell clampsporcelain bells with clamp

steel constructionAssembling in the workshop

Assembling the Organ-Carillon in the workshop

Assembling the Organ-Carillon in the workshopAssembling the Organ-Carillon in the workshop

Assembling the porcelain pipesAssembling the wooden pipes

keyboard Detail console

ConsoleOrgan-Carillon

Organ-Carillon

Assembling the Organ-Carillon in Yokohama

Assembling the Organ-Carillon in YokohamaAssembling the Organ-Carillon in Yokohama

Organ-Carillon