Maas-Rowe Manufactures Unique Electronic Carillons

On September 20, 2011, in Electronic Carillons, by Mike Trethowan

Established in 1922, Maas-Rowe has provided church bells, chimes, carillons and tower clocks for many of America’s most famous places. Maas-Rowe manufactures unique electronic carillons that employ struck metal “miniature bells” to produce an authentic live bell sound acclaimed by musical experts.

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4 Responses to Maas-Rowe Manufactures Unique Electronic Carillons

  1. Bonie says:

    After 53 years our Maas Rowe Carrilon system has finally gone silent- lightning appears to have been the culprit. Our Church is replacing but the chines are a big part of our community.

  2. Channing Ashbaugh says:

    Didn’t Maas-Rowe Carillons Start out out as the Maas Organ Company I notice on the webpage it says Maas-Rowe Carillons Started in 1922 but wasn’t this the Maas Organ Company. What Year Did the Maas Organ company Change the name to Maas-Rowe Carillons?

  3. Robert Kendrick says:

    Greetings! I’ve been reading your weblog for a while now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Dallas Tx! Just wanted to mention keep up the great job!

  4. Channing Ashbaugh says:

    The Miniature Bells are actually Clock Part Rods for playing Westminister Chimes and Peals the Keyboard in the Maas-Rowe Carillon Factory is a Metal Rod Organ without Pipes and speakers like a Church Organ