|I write the songs, I write the songs*||. . . . . Bruce Johnson|
|Concerto Grosso for Carillon (2 movements)||. . . . . Ronald Barnes|
|• Allegro • Andante Espressivo|
|Una voce poco fa (I hear a little voice)||. . . . . Giacomo Rossini|
|from The Barber of Seville||(arr Aime Lombaert)|
|Bangalore Principles¶||. . . . . Damien Freeman|
|Laura||. . . . . David Raksin (arr Sally Slade Warner)|
from Hullo, Dolly
|. . . . . Jerry Herman (arr Erik Vandevoort)|
|Croutons IX for Carillon (1998)#||. . . . . Benjamin Thorn|
|• Lively • Gently • Lively|
|La Vallée des Cloches (Valley of the Bells)||. . . . . Maurice Ravel|
|In Dulci Jubilo||. . . . . Johann Sebastian Bach (arr Georg Köppl)|
|The Christmas Tree||. . . . . Ronald Barnes|
from Six Preludes on Australian
Christmas Carols for Carillon§
|Summertime||. . . . . George Gershwin|
|from Porgy and Bess||. . . . . (arr Jeffrey Bossin)|
* This performance in memory of Ronald Barnes, Carillonneur at the University of California,
Berkeley, renowned for his beautiful melodic compositions for carillon.
¶ This young Australian composer was inspired by High Court Justice Michael Kirby's presentation at the University of Sydney on the Bangalore Principles of International Law accepted by the community of nations, and wrote this music to 'float across Lake B G to the High Court'. It is founded in the Western tradition, with subtle influences from S E Asia.
# Croutons IX is one in a series of works for different instruments by this Australian composer.
§ These preludes were composed by Ronald Barnes after hearing a choral recording of the carols by W G James. They are dedicated to the recitalist.