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William Reynolds Memorial Carillon Recital

Saturday, March 4, 3:00 pm

David Christensen, University Carillonneur

The recital includes selections by J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart, Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco, Georges Bizet, Ronald Barnes, and Matthias Van Den Gheyn - plus, folksongs from the Netherlands, Scotland, Mexico, and the United States.

The recital is in remembrance of William Reynolds, former Chair of the UCR Music Department, and musical advisor in the acquisition of the carillon which is enjoyed throughout the year by the UCR community. This is an opportunity to enjoy the sounds of the season while relaxing in the pastorale atmosphere of the UCR campus.

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
Minuets I and II from Partita in B-Flat
Arr. Ira Schroeder
Air from Suite in D
Arr. Leen 't Hart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
La ci darem la mano (Don Giovanni)
Arr. Leen 't Hart
Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen (Die Zauberflöte)
Arr. Leen 't Hart
Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen (Die Zauberflöte)
Arr. Leen 't Hart
Adagio for Glass Armonica
Arr. John Courter
Laudate Dominum (Vesperae Solennes de Confessore)
Arr. Bernard Winsemius

Willem de Vries (d. 1936)
Prelude in G Major

Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco (1895 - 1968)
Valse Francaise
Arr. Edward Nassor

Georges Bizet (1838 - 1875)
Duet from The Pearl Fishers
Arr. Wendell Westcott
Romanza from The Pearl Fishers
Arr. Wendell Westcott

Ronald Barnes (1927 - 1997)
Waltz for Carillon

Folksong Arrangements
Geluckig is het Land (Netherlands)
Arr. Jan Zwart
John Anderson, My Jo, John (Scotland)
Arr. John Knox
Chiapanecas (Mexico)
Arr. Ronald Barnes
Cincinatti (United States)
Arr. David Christensen

Georges Auric (1899 - 1983)
The Song from Moulin Rouge

Matthias Van Den Gheyn (1721 - 1785)
Allegro in G Major, No. 2