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Lunchtime Carillon Concert and Tour

David Osburn, Guest Carillonneur

Friday, July 28, 2017, 12:15 p.m. & Sunday, July 30, 2017, 11:00 a.m.

Love Songs From Hymns, Opera, Theatre, and Movies

(A Suite arranged from these Hymn tunes)
"The King of Love My Shepherd Is” to the tunes Dominus Regit and St. Columba
"Love Divine All Loves Excelling" Hyfrydol
“Come Down O Love Divine” Down Ampney
“O Jesus Joy of Loving Hearts” Dickenson College

M'appari tutt’ amor (She appeared to me, full of love ) --  Martha, Flotow
Nessun dorma  (No one shall sleep ) --  Turandot, Puccini
Un Bel di vendremo  (One fine day we shall see ) --  Madame Butterfly, Puccini

O mio babbino caro  (O my beloved daddy ) --  Gianni Schicchi, Puccini
(a bit mercenary but love nonetheless!)

Ten Minutes Ago  --  Cinderella Rodgers & Hammerstein (R&H)
If I Loved You  --  Carousel (with verse), R&H
People Will Say We're In Love  --  Oklahoma, R&H
Vanilla Ice Cream  --  She Loves Me, Jerry Bock
All I Ask Of You  --  Phantom of the Opera, Andrew Lloyd Webber
Fanny  --  Fanny, Harold Rome

My Heart Will Go On  --  Titanic, James Horner
Somewhere My Love  --  Dr. Zhivago, Maurice Jarre
Beauty and the Beast  --  Beauty and the Beast, Alan Menken
Isn't It Romantic  --  Love Me Tonight (original first use) Rodgers & Hart

Meet at the tower entrance following both concerts for a guided tour.

The 2017 concerts are presented with the support of the Leonard Krieger Fund of the Cleveland Foundation.

Opportunities for corporate or individual sponsorship of carillon concerts are available.
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About the artist: David Osburn studied under premier North American carillonneur Percival Price at the University of Michigan. He studied organ with the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Walter Blodgett. He restored and installed a Holtkamp pipe organ in his Middleburg Heights music studio, where he taught piano for forty years. He is in his twenty-seventh year as carillonneur of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cleveland Heights. For the past 26 years he has presented the annual Independence Day Carillon Concert in Gates Mills.