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Published on Jun 7, 2014
Seven days a week, the sound of bells playing a concert of hymns emanates from the First Presbyterian Church on Washington Street in Watertown, N.Y. But the music is produced by an electronic carillon, not by actual bells.
Stationed in the choir room behind the altar of the sanctuary, the carillon has filled the downtown area with hymns for 30 years and is the longest-running electronic sound system used among churches in the city.