Focal point of the pavilion
is The Coca-Cola Tower that stretches 120 feet into the sky.
In a glass enclosed area at
its base is the tremendous console that brings to life the 610
electronic bells of the world's largest and finest carillon.
At intervals throughout the
day, Fairgoers will thrill to the musical voice of the carillon
as it adds a new dimension to the festive atmosphere. Visitors
to The Coca-Cola Company Pavilion can witness the skilled artistry
of world-famous carilloneurs as they perform at the console.
This unique musical system
-- made possible by modern advances in electronics -- combines
an unprecedented variety of bells into a single instrument. The
carillon comprises 61 notes in chromatic range of each of the
following type bells: Flemish, Harp, Celesta, Quadra, Minor Tierce,
Campana, Aeolian, Bourdon, Celestial and Baroque.
The entire carillon system
was designed and built for The Coca-Company by Schulmerich Carillons,
Inc. of Sellersville, Pennsylvania.