Welcome to the ABA! Bell Talk Forums General `Bell Stuff` Looking for Friends that like Carillons

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      I am a female that has Autism-The Aspergers kind. I have a Major interest in Church Bells-Carillons I like both the Traditional Cast Bell Carillon and the Non-Traditional Carillons. My Favorite Electronic Carillons or Non-Traditional Carillons are the Maas-Rowe ones. I am looking for E-Mail ONLY pen pals that love Church Bells-Carillons as much as me that will accept a short letter with questions like:
      1. Do you have any pets?
      2. Do you like Music?
      3. What type of music do you like?
      about every 6 months because I am a very extremely busy person with working a lot of 25 hour weeks at my jobs and at my group home with things like daily evening cleaning Chores and activitys like Walking on the Treadmill for 30 Minutes On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Circle of friends every Thursday (except June, July and August), Class every single Sunday from 8:30am-12:30pm, cooking Dinner at the group home on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00pm-2:20pm, Working every single Saturday and Sunday at my Jobs from 3:00pm-8:00pm If you would like to be my e-mail pen pal please message me.

      I am also wondering
      1.does anyone have any Traditional Cast Bell Carillon music that they can share with me
      2. Does anyone have any music from Cast In Bronze that they can share with me?

      Channing

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      Joan Elliott
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      Hello from UK,

      We have visited and heard a variety of carillons in the UK both in towers, and mobile.
      Here are some links that may interest you …

      The British Carillon Society – http://www.carillons.org/
      Bell moods Travelling Carillon – http://www.bellmoods.com/
      Prague Travelling Carillon – http://www.carillon.cz/carillon/en/index.htm

      We have had the joy and pleasure of listening to both of these travelling carillons, and the carillons at Bourneville, Loughborough, York, St Helens and although we have visited the one in Parkgate it is in need or restoration and is not suitable for playing. We also saw and heard Cast in Bronze when we visited Colorado last year.

      Although we don’t play bells, or carillons, we do enjoy listening to them.

      Joan

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