The carillon – ranging from a 1,500 pound G3 bell to the 29 pound C7 bell – provides the range necessary to play an almost unlimited musical repertoire.
Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry completed the design and installation of the clock faces for the Lovettsville Square Clock Tower located in Lovettsville, Virginia.
Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry completed the design and installation of a 49-bell carillon to replace its current electronic system in Miller Tower at Union University, Jackson, Tennessee.
Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry completed the design and installation of a traditionally swung cast bronze church bell for Founders Chapel, Perimeter Church located in Johns Creek, Georgia.
The tuned bronze carillon bells at the University of California, Berkeley, are housed in Sather Tower. At 307 feet tall, the Sather Tower is the third tallest carillon bell tower in the world.
The gift of the graduating 8th grade class; the Presbyterian Day School cast bronze bell was created by Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry with the school logo and a verse of scripture cast permanently-in-relief using the lost wax process.
The cast bronze class bell is used for opening of the school year, for special occasions, for sports games, and for commencement. The bell was chosen as their class gift to the school and has become a symbol of Cardinal Gibbons – and is well used!
Christoph Paccard Bell Foundry designed an instrument of 43 carillon bells to be housed into the beautiful stone tower, constructed in 1928, but empty of carillon bells for almost 85 years.
The bronze cast carillon bells at the University of California, Riverside, California, are housed in a unique tower that is 161 feet tall. The 48 bells weigh in at 5,091 pounds for the largest bell and 28 pounds for the smallest carillon bells.