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"Paques fete des cloches" (Easter Bell Celebration)
from "Le Petit Journal,"  Illustrated Supplement, 25th Year,  No. 1221,  12 April 1914
Illustration Courtesy of Elizabeth and Jean-Pierre Vitu  (Perpignan, France)
Click Illustration for an enlargement
    [ Piano, Keyboards, or Harp ]

                         Individual Compositions and Collected Arrangements
                An Album for the Carillon 
in Two Volumes
            Hymn Tunes, Folk Songs & Ceremonial Music, Settings & Arrangements
                                  Volume I   
[A-M alphabetical by tune title or name]  (39 pages)
                                  Volume II 
[N-Z  alphabetical by tune title or name]  (39 pages)
                                              Title Pages, Tables of Contents, Notes, Music Scores, Afterword
[Softbound  8 ½ x 11, 28 lb. grade paper]   

      A Cranbrook Suite  for Carillon  (10 pages) 
  Prelude on Nicaea
II.   Siciliana and Menuet on Erhalt uns Herr 
                          III.   Finale on Old 100th

for Carillon   (4 pages)

      A Tripych of Martin Luther Hymns  (14 pages)
  Prelude and Fugue on Vom Himmel Hoch
II.   Three Verses on Aus Tiefer Not 
                           III.   Three Variations on Ein Feste Burg

                Sonata in the Baroque Style  for Carillon  (or for Harp, Piano, etc.)  (13 pages)
                             I.   Preludio
                            II.   Aria and Trio; Recitativo
                           III.   Finale

                Jesse's Song: A Hymn of Peace,  Duo
for Carillon  (8 pages)
                                  Formatted in treble and bass clef  (Primo & Secundo) in a traditional two-stave format

                                     For additional carillon compositions, please consult publication listings available from:
                The Guild of Carillonneurs in North America to view titles and place orders at:                                                                                    http://www.gcna.org
                                                        And also from American Carillon Music Editions at:
                                                           Available in print is the Triptych listing highlighted below:

An online publication of three hymn tune settings from
Sewanee:  The University of  the South 
A  Triptych  of  Advent Hymns
Three Settings  for  Carillon

A letter-sized .pdf  booklet file is available
from John Bordley upon request


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