- n. Plural form of carillon.
“However, you are probably aware that churches and cathedrals have, and use carillons?”
“Toronto also marked the anniversary by featuring a coordinated 54-bell concert performed on carillons throughout the city, that was dramatically accompanied by candlelight.”
“Somehow "chinkling" reminds me of dirty metal (which is what coins are made of but maybe not carillons.)”
“Herman Apple, ses carillons et ses percussions - J'ai vu maman embrasser le Père Noël”
“AFTER lunch, he worked for a few bells more, marking time by the distant echo of the carillons that sounded faintly over the roofs of the City, for the nearest bell tower was several streets away, and had not paid its bell tax in some time.”
“They began to sing in a strange unfamiliar tongue, swaying gently as they did, their voices rising in a high sweet chorus that vibrated through Kellen's body like the carillons of Armethalieh.”
“Painful carillons sparked down the tunnel as the entire wall shattered under the blow.”
“Possibly, he would have been less sensitive and fastidious regarding the musical carillons of the Italian city were he wont to dwell within ear-shot of an American factory or railroad-station.”
“The little waves rang out their laughing carillons, light grace notes to the deep solemn melody of earth and air and sea; and Beth, watching with dilated pupils and set countenance, listened intently.”
“The carillons in this tower are an extravagant example of the Belgian passion for chiming bells.”
Looking for tweets for carillons.