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A carillon is a musical instrument composed of a range of bells, usually controlled by a keyboard. Church towers and clock towers are often equipped with carillons, often containing just a few bells, but some carillons have a very large range with hundreds of bells. Some notable carillons give concerts.

Some noted carillons are installed at:

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