A Lunchtime carillon concert. Bring a lunch, a lawn chair or blanket and a friend. Pick up a program at the base of the tower or online. A tour of the tower happens after the concert. Free. Free Parking.
David Osburn, Guest Carillonneur
A Musical Hodge Podge
Arrangements by the Carillonneur
In a Monastery Garden (1915)
Britisher Ketelbey composed it after visiting a monastery.
All The Things You Are (1939)
Remarkable harmonic structure. Written for a Broadway show.
Syncopated Clock (1945)
Composed for Arthur Fiedler & the Boston Pops
A Concert Waltz on "Lover" (1932)
Actually about controlling a horse!! in remarkable movie Love Me Tonight
Romance (originally for piano 1860)
Audiences would swoon when Rubinstein played it
Mini Rhapsody a la Blue (1924)
Carillon paraphrase of the Gershwin themes
from the Symphonic Poem, Má vlast, 1874
The German name of the Czech River Vltava so should be Vltava but isn't.
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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