Carillon and Chimes List
By Popular Request the Theatre Organ Home Page announces a mailing list for the exclusive/inclusive use of Cast Bell Carillon Systems, Amplified Chime & Carillon Systems, such as:
Deagan Chimes, Deagan Tower Chimes, Canto-Chime 50RC-10, 55RC-10, 58RC-10 and 53RC-10. Trinity Chimes 3621, 4621, 4621A, 5621, 5621-I, 5621-OB, 6621, and 7621. The New World Carillon.
Mayland Solid brass and Solid Aluminum Chimes.
Maas, Maas-Rowe, Amplifiers 50A, 50R and 500A, Chronobell® Systems 529 B, 569 B, 579 B, 589 B, 599 B, Carillonette®, Chronobell Systems DCB1, DCB2, DCB3, Memory Player/Recorder Systems MPR1, MPR2, Symphonic Carillon, Grand Symphonic Carillon, Console-Carillon®, Cathedral Chime®, Carillon, Vibrachord®, Harp Celeste, Minor Bells, Dulce, Muted Harp Bells, Orchestral Bells, Vibrachime® and Sanctus Bell Campana Liturgica®.
Schulmerich, Magnebell, TymeStryke®, Arcadian, Arlington, Americana, Coronation,
Generation 4 (g4), Auto-Bell® , True Cast® , Embassy®, Campanile®, Memorial Bells, Novabell, Flemish Bells, English Bells, Harp Bells, Quadra Bells, Aeolian Bells, Campana Bells, Celetial Bells, Bourdon Bells, Celesta Bells, Baroque Bells, Angelica Bells, Minor Tierce Bells, and Gothic Bells.
Stromberg-Carlson Liberty Carillons "There is nothing finer than a Stromberg-Carlson": LA-11, LA-11-50 and LA-11-100 Automatic Swinging Church Bell. LA-81, LA-81-50, LA-81-100, LA-81-101 and LA-81-200 Automatic Eight-Bell Unit. LB-11, LB-11-25, LB-11-50, and LB-11-100 Semi-Automatic Swinging Church Bell. LC-251 LC-251-50, LC-251-100, LC-251-101 and LC-251-200 Twenty Five Bell Liberty Carillon. LC-381, LC-381-100, LC-381-101, LC-381-200 and LC-381-400 Thirty Eight Bell Liberty Carillon, LT-1 Timer, and LT-2 Automatic Player Timer.
I.T. Verdin (The Verdin Company), 300 Series, 340, 600 Series, 680, Paramount, Alpha Series, Alpha II Series, Century III, Century V, Concerto, Performer, Singing Tower Classic, Town Cryer and Symphony. Operation, technical information, sources of parts, recorded music on tape or CD for Automated Chime Systems, documentation (books on the subject) and the playing technique of a Carillon by a Carillonneur.
Van Bergen, Flemish Master, Renaissance, and Multi-Voice.
Cast Bell Carillon Manufacturers such as Petit & Fritsen Royal Bell Foundry, I. T. Verdin, Schulmerich, and Maas-Rowe Van Bergen etc.
Discussion about the playing of Carillon or Chimes along with Church Organ is also encouraged.
If it is associated with Cast bell Carillons and/or electronic Carillon/Chime systems from manufacturers such as I.T. Verdin, J. C. Deagon, Maas & Maas-Rowe, Schulmerich, Stromberg-Carlson, Tape-A-Thon, Earle J. Beach & Son, etc. as well as 'Change Ringing' and Handbells, it falls within the scope of this user group.
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More recent problems with AOL and it's spam policy have put a halt to accepting ANY subscriptions using AOL email address. Our list is provided by the graciousness of Jerrell Kautz of www.theatreorgans.com. To quote Jerrell in a global email:
"Thanks to email@example.com who reported over 30 posts to AOL as spam yesterday while I was out of town, we will no longer be able to serve AOL users at all on either the classifieds ads or this list (Theatreorgans-L). If you have an AOL address, you need to get it switched to something in the real world immediately. We are told if we have any more spam reports our ISP will disown us and we'll have no server to be on".
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Here are the commands to UNSUBSCRIBE and SUBSCRIBE to the Carillons&ChimeSystems-L mailing list:
To use the commands, simply send the command to Click Here with the command line in the message. The subject is ignored.
Subscribe Carillon-L [address]
The originator is added to the membership of Carillon-L. If an optional address is specified after the list name then that address is added to the list's membership rather than the address found in the FROM: field of the subscription message.
Ex: SUBSCRIBE Carillon-L
Ex: SUBSCRIBE Carillon-L firstname.lastname@example.org
The originator is removed from the membership of the Carillon-L list.
Ex: UNSUBSCRIBE Carillon-L
Ex: SIGNOFF Carillon-L email@example.com
The originator is configured to receive mail from "list" in digest format.
Ex: DIGEST Carillon-L
The originator is configured to receive mail from the list in standard (non-digest) format.
Ex: Normal Carillon-L
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1. Introduce yourself. It's a great way to make friends
2. Use of appropriate humor is ALWAYS encouraged.
3. Be polite to the other people on the list. Just because you may not share the same view point
with someone else doesn't mean you need to start a war.
4. Being open minded is the key to getting along with others.
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at the very least.It may keep you from getting flamed.
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grumpy list administrators take care of it. Do not flame his/her members via the list. This list
is for friendly folks not old grumps. Only the list administrators are allowed to be crotchety.
7. When replying to a previous post, please delete what is not important to what you are saying as
best you can. In other words, quote only what is relevant to what your post is about. There's
nothing more discouraging then scrolling through 2000 words of a previous post before we get
to what you have to say.
8. If your are trying to sell something (i.e. an instrument) by using the list as a means of
advertising...Although there are more appropriate places to do that such as the
Theatre Organ Classifieds. All we ask is that extensive transactions between two (or
more)individuals remain private. If telling everyone may save an instrument (especially a
historic one), by all means post away.
9. Do post about concerts and other important events. Just keep them brief and to the point.
Do post about the size of your organ and any hints and kinks you have ran into in the past.
10. Any Problems with the servers will be fixed as soon as we know what the problem is (and how
to fix it). Just be patient if such a problem occurs.
11. Last But NOT least, HAVE FUN and share your experiences. That's what the list was created for.
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