Lunchtime Carillon Concert

Bring a lunch and listen to the carillon from your car, the church lawn or the Case Western Reserve campus along Bellflower Road. Free parking in the Euclid Avenue lot in front of the tower. 

Van Parker, Guest Carillonneur
An Oktoberfest Program

Music by German composers, folk songs and dances

Program

J. S. Bach (arr. Frank Deleu)
Prelude from Lute Suite No. 2 in c minor, BWV 997

W. A. Mozart (trans. Ronald Barnes)
Four German Dances, K. 602 - W.A. Mozart (trans. Ronald Barnes)
No. 1 - Allegro
No. 2 - Allegro Moderato
No. 3 - Allegro Moderato
No. 4 - Allegro Moderato

Jacob Wilhelm Lustig (trans. Adolph Rots)
Sonata III for organ
Allemande

Adolph Brunner
Drei Kleine Spiele
I, II, III

Swabian Folk Song (arr. Milford Myhre)
Muss I Denn

Van Parker holds degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University. He studied carillon with Larry Weinstein and has served as assistant carillonneur at the 57-bell Deeds Memorial Carillon in Datyon, Ohio. Van has been a frequent guest carillonneur at Cleveland's Church of the Covenant and has also performed on the Arter Memorial Carillon at Church of the Saviour in Cleveland Heights. In October 2015, Van will also be performing a concert on the Thomas Dry Howie Carillon on the campus of The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.