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.
George Leggiero, Covenant and University Circle Carillonneur
The twentieth century revival of the carillon paralleled impressionism in music. Blurred harmonies, unusual tone colors and descriptive pieces explore the instrument's musical potential.
Arthur Lynds Bigelow(1910-1967)
Grote Klokken, Kleine Klokken
(Big Bells, Little Bells)
Sjef van Balkom (1922-2004)
Kleine Suite (1967)
II. Adagio (Pedal Solo) – Andande
Memorial Chimes (1923)
Géo Clément (1902-1969)
Colors (Three Sketches for Carillon)(1962)
Pastel, Ambre, Opaline
Emilien Allard (1915-1977)
Image No. 2(1959)
Before each section a bell will toll the number corresponding in the program
On Friday, meet at the tower entrance following the concert for a guided tour.
On Sunday, the tower will be open to visitors during the program.
Lunch discount at The Falafel Cafe
The Falafel Café (11323 Euclid Ave., a few doors east) offers a 10% discount this Friday and Sunday to anyone showing this carillon concert program (paper or handheld device).