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Lunchtime Carillon Concert and Tour

Summer Lunchtime Carillon Concerts and Tours by George Leggiero, University Circle Carillonneur begin this week. A Tour will follow the program. Meet at the tower entrance on Euclid Avenue.   Free Parking.

This concert will be repeated on Sunday morning, July 9th at 11am.

George Leggiero

Covenant and University Circle Carillonneur
Friday July 7, 2017 12:15 p.m.
Sunday July 9, 2017 11:00 a.m.

I.          Summertime George Gershwin             arr. G. Leggiero

II.         The Blue Ridge Nocturne       Johan Franco

III.        In the Good Old Summertime            arr. G. Leggiero
            In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree

IV.        Sommersuite              Peter Møller
              Includes these Danish songs about summer:
                  Nu lyser løv i lunde (Carl Nielsen)
                  Du danske sommer, jeg elsker dig (O. Mortensen
                  Han kommer med sommer, han kommer med sol (Th. Aagaard
                  Jeg er havern, jeg har bjolder på (A. Agerby)
                  Se, det summer of sol over engen

V.         Feed the Birds                       Jerry Bock  (arr. S. Harnick)

VI.        From: The Fairy Queen                      Henry Purcell
                  Rondeau
                  Here’s the Summer                         

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 during the concert. Children should be accompanied by an adult.

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.
Contact us if you’re interested in more information: info@ucbells.org.

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