Hull church gets a set of wireless-controlled bells
A Hull church is ringing the changes with a set of bells that can be played remotely by a special wireless keyboard.
Holy Trinity Church in the city centre was gifted the 15 bells by an anonymous benefactor.
The set of bells, known as a chime, form a tuned scale allowing them to be rung in sequence to play music.
They can be operated live via the keyboard, or can play computer controlled tunes, with a repertoire that runs from traditional hymns and carols to pop songs.
19 Dec 2013
- From the section Humberside