A Sunday morning carillon concert. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and a friend. Pick up a program at the base of the tower or online. Free. Free Parking.
The tower is open to visitors during the concert. Enter by the Euclid Avenue tower entrance.
George Leggiero, Covenant 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.
Géo Clément (1902-1969)
Colors (Three Sketches for Carillon)(1962)
Pastel, Ambre, Opaline
Edward Elgar (1857-1934)
Memorial Chimes (1923)
Sjef van Balkom (1922-2004)
Kleine Suite (1967)
II. Adagio (Pedal Solo) – Andande
Emilien Allard (1915-1977)
Image No. 2(1959)
Before each selection, a bell will toll the program number
The Friends of the McGaffin Carillon appreciates the support of The Leonard Krieger Fund of the Cleveland Foundation and the Ohio Arts Council.
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