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carillon
American English: /ˈkɛrəlɑn/
British English: /ˈkarɪljən/
, /ˈkarɪlɒn/, /kəˈrɪljən/

Translation of carillon in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • They visited many places of interest during their stay including the magnificent St Colman's Cathedral in Cobh which is constructed in a French Gothic style and has a carillon of 47 bells, one of the largest in these islands.
    • The Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Carillon is the second-largest carillon in the world.
    • Cyril Johnston is credited as the man who rediscovered the art of bell tuning, an art form which had been lost for more than 200 years, and made the name of Gillett and Johnston synonomous with bells and carillons throughout the world.

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