Missouri State University

The Jane A. Meyer Carillon Series

Schedule of Events

Listed below are the latest events scheduled for The Jane A. Meyer Carillon Series. Please meet and greet the performing artist on the front steps of the Duane G. Meyer Library immediately following the performance. The artist welcomes the opportunity to meet you and answer your questions!

All concerts begin at 7:00 p.m.

2014 Jane A. Meyer Carillon Series

July
13

August
10

September
14

Karel Keldermans

Carillon Concert Program:

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  1. Toy Symphony —Leopold Mozart (1719-1787)
  2. Scottish Fantasy —John Courter (1941-2010)
  3. Estudios —Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829, arr./Ronald Barnes)
    • Op. 138, No. 3
    • Op. 51, No. 5
    • Op. 111 (Finale)
  4. Folk Melodies of the British Isles —(arr./Milford Myhre)
    • Bunessan | Ireland
    • Paddy Whack | Ireland
    • Men of Harlech | Wales
  5. Second Suite for Carillon —Hilton Rufty (1910-1974)
    • The Music Box
    • Finale
  6. Giocoso Gaudeamus —Karel Keldermans (1950- )
  7. Carillon Variations on "Ein Madchen oder Weichen" (from The Magic Flute) —Ferd Timmermans (1891-1967)
  8. Fantasia Catalana —Henry Groen (1957- )

 

Julianne Vanden Wyngaard

Carillon Concert Program with Notes:

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This program was designed to offer you a variety of music written especially for the carillon. Some of the pieces are original and others are arrangements written by carillonneurs to be played by all of us. You will note my favorite composers—Ronald Barnes, exceptional performer and composer, wrote original pieces for the instrument and made wonderful arrangements of previously written music; Milford Myhre was for many years the carillonneur at Bok Tower Gardens in Lake Wales, Florida. His approach to music and to the carillon is from the most lyrical style possible and, therefore, his music is always accessible to every audience. The "Three Designs" are without title and will be played with a slight pause between each one. Sally Slade Warner left many fine arrangements of well-known music as her legacy to the carillon world. John Courter was a colleague of mine while I was studying at the carillon school in the Netherlands. His writing is always lyrical, intellectually conceived, musically correct and often with a bit of humor included as in the "Kortjake"!! Alice Gomez is a friend who resides, writes and teaches in San Antonio Texas. Her orchestral works, solo pieces for other instruments and now a series of pieces for the carillon are all representative of her fine scholarship. I have tried to include something for everyone. Enjoy!!! —JVW

  1. Ein Feste Burg —Martin Luther/Albert Gerken (b. 1937)
  2. Air from Orchestra Suite No. 3 —J.S. Bach (1685-1750) Arr. B. Winsemius
  3. Sinfonia for the Carillons from Saul —G.F. Handel arr. Ronald Barnes (1927-1997)
  4. Three Designs —Milford Myhre (b. 1931)
  5. Folksongs from the British Isles
    1. The Bells of Aberdovey (Welsh)
    2. Ye Banks and Braes O’Bonnie Doon (Scottish)
    3. Londonderry Air (Irish) —Arr. Sally Slade Warner (1932-2009)
  6. Spirals in Modern Style —John Courter (1941-2010)
  7. Paraphrase on a Siciliana of Pasquale Ricci —Ronald Barnes
  8. Kortjake (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star!) —John Courter
  9. Who Will Dance With Me? —John Pozdro (b. 1923)
  10. Sonorities from Suite 1 —John Courter
  11. Three Appalachian Hymn Tunes
    1. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
    2. Land Beyond the Clouds
    3. Tranquility —Ronald Barnes
  12. From Simple Pleasures
    1. Roller Skates
    2. Raindrops
    3. Licking Lemons —Eugenie R. Rocherolle, Arr. Richard Giszczak
  13. Kum Ba Yah (African Spiritual) —Alice Gomez (b. 1960)
  14. Peter, Go Ring Them Bells —Arr. John Courter

 

Jeremy Chesman

Additional program information will be posted as it becomes available.