Monthly Archives: November 2014

Mysteries (Part II) – Solved

Thank you all once again for your help in solving these Mysteries from the GCNA Archive! With your help we were able to find answers for the following: #5) A keyboard for an early Schulmerich 25 note “electric carillon” instrument … Continue reading

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Fabulous Finds from the GCNA Archives (Part III)

It’s a phrase often used – “I’m a card carrying member of [insert an organization name here].” It’s a means by which we convey our pride as being a part of or believing in a particular organization or cause – … Continue reading

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Blog post, Belgian adventure

Deborah Hennig, who studied carillon with Andrea McCready until her move to Hong Kong this summer, is a regular blogger who just left for Mechelen for a month’s study at the Royal Belgian Carillon School ‘Jef Denyn’.  Her most recent … Continue reading

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Mysteries from the GCNA Archives (Part II)

It’s time for more Mysteries from the GCNA Archives! All of you were so wonderful and helpful with the last round of mysteries, that I’m sure we’ll be able to solve this next group in no time! Click on the … Continue reading

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