carillon

[carillon player]
French: kareyoli, chime, peal

A series of bells, sometimes as many as 60 and producing a complete chromatic scale, hung so that they may be played upon either by hand or machinery. Among the best-known in Europe are in the cathedrals of Antwerp, Ghent, Mechlin, Bruges, Worcester, and Dublin. The term is also applied to a small instrument, composed of bells and a pianoforte keyboard by which they are played, and to a tune chimed upon bells.