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Daily Program

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Soon It’s Gonna Rain, by Harvey Schmidt, arranged by Milford Myhre
  2. Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head, by Burt Bacharach, arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  3. Stormy Weather, by Harold Arlen, arranged by Janet Dundore
  4. Here’s That Rainy Day, by Jimmy van Heusen, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. It Might As Well Rain until September, by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Birthday of Matthias van den Gheyn (1721–1785)

O Canada

Carillon music of Matthias van den Gheyn

  1. Allegro II, played by Devon Hansen
  2. Fugue
  3. Andante in D Major
  4. Prelude No. 5

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Carillon, by Johan Wagenaar
  2. Carillon Bell Tower, by Jonathan Reeves
  3. Four Variations on the Parsifal Chime, by Johan Franco
  4. Selection of the day

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

Tartan Day, Nova Scotia

O Canada

  1. Toccata, by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn
  2. My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose, by Robert Burns, arranged by John Knox
  3. Prelude No. 1, from Eight Little Preludes and Fugues for Organ, arranged by Theophil Rusterholz
  4. Farewell to Nova Scotia, arranged by Devon Hansen

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Memorial, by Theophil Rusterholz
  2. Amazing Grace, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  3. Warriors’ Lament (The Métis’ Prayer), by Sierra Noble, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. I Vow to Thee, My Country, by Gustav Holst, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. In Flanders Fields, by Alexander Tilley, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  6. M’en revenant de guerre, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  7. Roses of Picardy, by Haydn Wood, arranged by Émilien Allard
  8. The Boys of the Old Brigade (march), by William Paris Chambers, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  9. Song for Peace, by Allister MacGillivray, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 8:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Commemoration of the centenary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Prior to the ceremony at the National War Memorial

  1. Memorial, by Theophil Rusterholz
  2. Amazing Grace, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  3. Warriors’ Lament (The Métis’ Prayer), by Sierra Noble, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. I Vow to Thee, My Country, by Gustav Holst, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. In Flanders Fields, by Alexander Tilley, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  6. Psalm 139, by David Lee, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 10:05 a.m. to 10:20 a.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Commemoration of the centenary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Following the ceremony at the National War Memorial

  1. The Boys of the Old Brigade (march), by William Paris Chambers, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  2. M’en revenant de guerre, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. Roses of Picardy, by Haydn Wood, arranged by Émilien Allard
  4. Keep the Home Fires Burning, by Ivor Novello, arranged by Gordon Slater
  5. The Pipes of Peace, by Paul McCartney, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  6. Song for Peace, by Allister MacGillivray, arranged by Andrea McCrady

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

The carillon is silent the week before Easter and Easter Monday.

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. It Might as Well Be Spring, by Richard Rodgers, arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  2. Cerisier rose et pommier blanc, by Louiguy, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. Japanese Flowering Quince, by Amy Michelle Black
  4. Spring Saunter, by E. Adger Williams, arranged by Samuel Hammond

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

Birthday of Germaine Tailleferre (1892–1983)

O Canada

  1. Allegretto, from Sonate pour harpe, by Germaine Tailleferre, duo: Jonathan Hebert, primo; Devon Hansen, secondo
  2. Poème, Op. 41, Book 4, No. 14, by Zdeněk Fibich, arranged by Devon Hansen
  3. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper’s song) from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68, by Robert Schumann, arranged by Devon Hansen
  4. Barcarolle, by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Puff, the Magic Dragon, by Peter Yarrow, arranged by Beverly Buchanan
  2. Imagine, by John Lennon, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. Daydream, by John Sebastian, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. Fly Away, by John Denver, arranged by Carlo van Ulft
  5. Fly Me to the Moon, by Bart Howard, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

    Mediterranean dances

  1. Hava Nagila (Israel), arranged by Richard Giszczak
  2. Cicek dagi (Turkey), arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. Maltese Dance, from the Mediterranean Suite, by Charles Camilleri, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. Tarantella (Italy), arranged by Carlo van Ulft
  5. Spanish Dance Op. 37, no. 6, by Enrique Granados, arranged by Jef Rottiers
  6. Zorba’s Dance (Greece), by Mikis Theodorakis, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Birthday of Johann Philipp Kirnberger (1721–1783)

O Canada

  1. Les carillons, by Johann Kirnberger, arranged by Judson Maynard
  2. Sarabande e Forlane, by Johann Kirnberger, arranged by Georg Köppl
  3. Sonatines I and II, by Jirí Antonín Benda, arranged by Bob van Wely
  4. Finale, by Franz Josef Haydn, arranged by Robert Lodine

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  1. Selection of the Day
  2. Fantasia III per il violino senza basso, by Georg Philipp Telemann, arranged by Ronald Barnes
    1. Adagio
    2. Presto
    3. Grave
    4. Vivace

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Wonderful Copenhagen, by Frank Loesser, arranged by Janet Dundore
  2. The Last Time I Saw Paris, by Jerome Kern, arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  3. Wiener Blut, by Johann Strauss, arranged by Ira Schroeder
  4. Moscow Nights, by Vassili Soloviov-Sedoï, arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  5. Arrivederci Roma, by Renato Rascel, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Birthday of Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953)

O Canada

  1. Toccatina, by Samuel Maykapar, arranged by John Knox
  2. Prelude, by Anatoli Liadov, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  3. Marche, Op. 65, from Musique d’enfants, by Sergei Prokofiev, arranged by Moshe Lewkowitz
  4. Montagues and Capulets, from Romeo and Juliet, by Sergei Prokofiev, arranged by Lisa Lonie and Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Henry V: Opening Titles, by Patrick Doyle, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  2. Passacaglia: Death of Falstaff, by William Walton, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. The Queen Elizabeth: Her Galliard, by John Dowland, arranged by Jeff Davis
  4. The Willow Song, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. Walsingham Variations, by Francis Cutting, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  6. Kemp’s Jig, arranged by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Canada Chimes / Le Canada carillonne, by Paul Poirier McIntyre
  2. Or Let the Merry Bells Ring Round, by George Frideric Handel, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  3. Four Variations on the Parsifal Chime, by Johan Franco
  4. Selection of the day

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. C’est le mai, joli mai, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  2. Now is the Month of Maying, by Thomas Morley, arranged by Heleen van der Weel
  3. Sweet Europe, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  4. The Crystal Spring, arranged by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  1. Toccata, by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn
  2. Day-Dreaming, by Geert D’hollander
  3. Le roi des amoureux, by Émilien Allard
  4. Barcarolle, from Serenade for Carillon, by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. We Are All Earthlings, by Jeff Moss and Sara Compton, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  2. Fly Me to the Moon, by Bart Howard, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. I Don’t Want to Live on the Moon, by Jeff Moss, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. Music from Star Wars, by John Williams
    1. Theme from Star Wars, arranged by Janet Dundore
    2. Princess Leia’s Theme, arranged by Janet Dundore and Andrea McCrady
    3. The Imperial March, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Anniversary of the Canadian Liberation of the Netherlands

O Canada

  1. Merck toch hoe sterk, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  2. Holland, ze zeggen, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  3. Wilt heden nu treden, arranged by Johan Franco
  4. Tulpen uit Amsterdam, by Ralf Arne, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. Aan de Amsterdamse Grachten, by Pieter Goemans, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  6. Variaties over “Ik heb u lief mijn Nederland, from Oranjerapsodie, by Joop Stokkermans

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Anthems arranged by Andrea McCrady

  1. Hymn to the United Nations, by Pablo Casals
  2. “Unofficial Anthems”:
    1. Scotland: Highland Cathedral, by Michael Korb and Ulrich Roever
    2. Italy: Va’ pensiero, by Giuseppe Verdi
    3. Jamaica: Jamaica Farewell, by Irving Burgie
    4. Canada: Northwest Passage, by Stan Rogers

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Un Canadien errant, arranged by Émilien Allard
  2. En roulant ma boule, arranged by Raymond Keldermans
  3. Log Driver’s Waltz, by Wade Hemsworth, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. Four Strong Winds, by Ian Tyson, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. Song of the Sockeye, by Philip J. Thomas, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  6. Canadian Railroad Trilogy, by Gordon Lightfoot, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Birthday of Jean-Marie Leclair (1697–1764) and Anatoli Liadov (1855–1914)

O Canada

  1. Sarabande, by Jean-Marie Leclair, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  2. Music of Anatoli Liadov, arranged by Ronald Barnes
    1. Prelude, Op. 40, No. 3
    2. Pastorale, Op. 17, No. 2
    3. Little Waltz, Op. 26

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  1. Schnitterliedchen (The reaper’s song), from Album für die Jugend, Op. 68, by Robert Schumann, arranged by Devon Hansen
  2. Andante, from Sonatine voor beiaard, by Sjef van Balkom
  3. Greensleeves and Double, by Émilien Allard
  4. Dies irae, from Gregorian Triptych, by John Courter

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Ottawa Tulip Festival

O Canada

  1. When You Wore a Tulip, by Percy Wenrich, arranged by Robert Lodine
  2. Chanson des fleurs, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. Du bist wie eine Blume, by Robert Schumann, arranged by Wendell Westcott
  4. Tulpen uit Amsterdam, by Ralf Arne, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  5. Tiptoe Through the Tulips, by Joe Burke, arranged by Richard P. Strauss

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Jonathan Hebert, Information and Research Technician, Library of Parliament

O Canada

  1. Intrada, from Serenade for Carillon, by Ronald Barnes
  2. Promenade, from Tribute Suite, by Frank Della Penna 
  3. Pentatonic Pastorale, by Geert D’hollander 
  4. Prélude pour piano, by Maurice Ravel, arranged by Jonathan Hebert
  5. Allegretto, from Sonate pour harpe, by Germaine Tailleferre, arranged by Devon Hansen

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Canada Chimes / Le Canada carillonne, by Paul Poirier McIntyre
  2. Singing Bells, from 5 Short Pieces for Carillon, by Leen ’t Hart
  3. Four Variations on the Parsifal Chime, by Johan Franco
  4. Selection of the day

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Celebration of Canadian Fiddle Tunes, arranged by Andrea McCrady

O Canada

  1. Fiddle Bill and Canada 150, by Kelli Trottier
  2. Grit’s Jig, Ellen’s Jig, and From Away, by Graham Lindsey
  3. The Cabinet Meeting Jig (Cape Breton), by Gordon MacLean
  4. The Stack of Wheat (Irish hornpipe)
  5. Sheguiandah Bay Waltz (Manitoulin Island), by Don Pettigrew
  6. Maple Sugar, by Ward Allen

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  1. Toccata, by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn
  2. Day-Dreaming, by Geert D’hollander
  3. Barcarolle, from Serenade for Carillon, by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. La mère Michel, arranged by Emil Vendette
  2. Quand vous mourrez de nos amours, by Gilles Vigneault, arranged by Émilien Allard
  3. Danse, mon moine, arranged by Heather Spry
  4. C’est un monde, by Fred Pellerin, arranged by Andrea McCrady

Victoria Day: The carillon is silent.

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. The Sound of Music, arranged by Milford Myhre
  2. The Lonely Goatherd, arranged by Koen van Assche
  3. Edelweiss, arranged by Janet Dundore
  4. My Favorite Things, arranged by Milford Myhre

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Music of Johann Sebastian Bach

  1. Jesus bleibet meine Freude, arranged by Frederick Marriott
  2. Schafe können sicher weiden, arranged by Theophil Rusterholz
  3. Badinerie, arranged by Heleen van der Weel
  4. Wir setzen uns mit Tränen nieder, from St. Matthew Passion, arranged by Percival Price

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  1. Andante, from Sonatine voor beiaard, by Sjef van Balkom
  2. Greensleeves and Double, by Émilien Allard
  3. Whistling Sailors, by Samuel Maykapar, arranged by Devon Hansen
  4. Dies irae, from Gregorian Triptych, by John Courter

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Invention Metropolitan, by James B. Slater
  2. Rondo, from Sonata for 53 Bells (1936), by Robert Donnell
  3. Poème des pierres, by Émilien Allard
  4. Selection of the day

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Meditation, by Rachel Laurin, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  2. Riflessivo, by Joanna Estelle, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  3. Prelude on “St. Columba,” by Healey Willan, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  4. Prelude on “King’s Majesty,” by Graham George, arranged by Milford Myhre

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  1. Canada Union Waltz (1841), by “A Canadian Lady,” arranged by Andrea McCrady
  2. A Chaver in Leben (A Friend in Life), by Joseph Brody, arranged by Linda Dzuris
  3. The Maid of Newfoundland, arranged by Raymond Keldermans
  4. Loch Lomond Medley, by Charles Zettek, Jr.

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  1. Toccata, by Mary Jeanne van Appledorn
  2. Le roi des amoureux, by Émilien Allard
  3. Barcarolle, from Serenade for Carillon, by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Across the Northwest Passage

O Canada

  • Oppå fjellet, Norwegian folk song, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  • Two pieces by Edvard Grieg
    • Det er den störste dårlighed (It is the greatest folly), Op. 66, no. 2, arranged by Ronald Barnes
    • Springdans, Op. 38, no. 5, arranged by John Courter
  • Aurora borealis, from Canadian Suite, by Percival Price
  • Au pôle Nord, by Jean-Baptiste Lafrenière, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Northwest Passage, by Stan Rogers, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Invention Metropolitan, by James B. Slater
  • Rondo, from Sonata for 53 Bells (1936), by Robert Donnell
  • Meditation, by Rachel Laurin, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Poème des pierres, by Émilien Allard
  • Selection of the Day

From 9:20 a.m. to 9:50 a.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

Peace Tower Carillon Prelude to the Memorial Service for Parliamentarians

  • Passacaglia, from Henry V, by William Walton, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Wir setzen uns mit Tränen nieder, from St. Matthew Passion, by Johann Sebastian Bach, arranged by Percival Price
  • A Chaver in Leben (A Friend in Life), by Joseph Brody, arranged by Linda Dzuris
  • Prelude on “St. Columba”, by Healey Willan, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Amazing Grace, arranged by Milford Myhre
  • Gymnopedie I, by Erik Satie, arranged by Karel Borghuis
  • Songs my mother taught me, Op. 55 B. 104, no. 4, by Antonín Dvořák, arranged by Wendell Westcott
  • The Maid of Newfoundland, arranged by Raymond Keldermans
  • Peaceful Waters, by Gordon Lightfoot, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Canadian songs arranged by Andrea McCrady

  • Old Mokami, by Gerald Mitchell
  • Song for the Mira, by Allister MacGillivray
  • Song of the Sockeye, by Philip J. Thomas
  • Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill, by Charles Connolly
  • Canadian Railroad Trilogy, by Gordon Lightfoot

From 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Guest artist: Scott Allan Orr

O Canada

Canada: a diverse musical landscape

  • Poem on Land of the Silver Birch, arranged by Scott Allan Orr
  • Both Sides Now, by Joni Mitchell, arranged by Scott Allan Orr
  • Strangeness of Heart, by Harry Somers, arranged by Scott Allan Orr
  • I’s the B’y, traditional Newfoundland, arranged by Scott Allan Orr
  • Hallelujah, by Leonard Cohen, arranged by Scott Allan Orr

Lyrical carillon music by Flemish composers

  • Toccata, Lied en Fuga opDaar staat en kloster in Ostenrijk, by Staf Nees
  • Avondstemming, by Kamiel Lefèvre

Songs from the British Isles

  • Two folk songs, arranged by Sally Slade Warner
    • The Bells of Aberdovey (Wales)
    • Londonderry Air (Ireland)
  • In a Monastery Garden, by Albert Ketèlbey, arranged by Scott Allan Orr
  • All You Need is Love, by John Lennon, arranged by Scott Allan Orr

God Save the Queen

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Come to Canada (Traditional), arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • From Away, by Graham Lindsey, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Ode to Canada (for Yaroslaw Sharik), by Joanna Estelle, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Alhamdoulillah, by Laura Hawley, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Getting to Know You, by Richard Rodgers, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • No Man Is an Island, by Joan Whitney and Alex Kramer, arranged by Gerald Martindale

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Juliet’s Waltz, from Roméo et Juliette (1867), by Charles Gounod, arranged by Charles Collins
  • Montagues and Capulets, from Romeo and Juliet (1938), by Sergei Prokofiev, arranged by Phillip Burgess and Andrea McCrady
  • Love Theme, from Romeo and Juliet (1968), by Nino Rota, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Medley from West Side Story (1961), by Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Lisa Lonie
    • Somewhere
    • Tonight
    • Maria
    • America

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  • Andante, from Sonatine voor beiaard, by Sjef van Balkom
  • Le roi des amoureux, by Émilien Allard
  • Day-Dreaming, by Geert D’hollander
  • Dies irae, from Gregorian Triptych, by John Courter

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  • Andante, from Sonatine voor beiaard, by Sjef van Balkom
  • Shengshi Lament, by Linda Dzuris
  • Dies irae, from Gregorian Triptych, by John Courter
  • Barcarolle, from Serenade for Carillon, by Ronald Barnes

From 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Guest artist: Rosemary Laing

O Canada

  • Improvisation on a Wind Chime Theme, by Rosemary Laing
  • Canadian folk songs arranged by Rosemary Laing
    • Madame, I Have Come A-Courting
    • La rose blanche
    • The Morning Dew
    • En roulant ma boule
    • She’s Like the Swallow
    • À la claire fontaine
    • The Fish of the Sea
  • Fantasy for Carillon, by Nicholas Fairbank
  • Two Canadian folk songs
    • Where the Coho Flash Silver, by Lloyd Arntzen, arranged by Rosemary Laing
    • J’ai cueilli la belle rose, from Commentaires folkloriques, by Émilien Allard
  • Popular Canadian music, arranged by Rosemary Laing
    • Dance Me to the End of Love, by Leonard Cohen
    • The Prayer, by Carole Bayer Sager and David Foster
    • Music Box Dancer, by Frank Mills
    • Hymn to Freedom, by Oscar Peterson
  • Festive Sortie, by Rosemary Laing

God Save the Queen

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • L’après-midi, from Amélie, by Yann Tiersen, arranged by Liesbeth Janssens
  • Un homme et une femme, by Francis Lai, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Selections from Beauty and the Beast, by Alan Menken, arranged by Frank Steijns
    • Be Our Guest
    • Gaston
    • Something There

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Guest artist: Devon Hansen, Carleton University Carillon Studies Program

O Canada

  • Greensleeves and Double, by Émilien Allard
  • Day-Dreaming, by Geert D’hollander
  • Le roi des amoureux, by Émilien Allard
  • Dies irae, from Gregorian Triptych, by John Courter

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Here’s the Summer, from The Faerie Queen, by Henry Purcell, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  • Summertime Dream, by Gordon Lightfoot, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Aboriginal Serenade (Ojibway paddle song and Inuit lullaby), arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • A Summer Place, by Max Steiner, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • A Canadian Sunset, by Eddie Heywood, arranged by Andrea McCrady

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Tango, Op. 165, no. 2, by Isaac Albéniz, arranged by Carlo van Ulft
  • Oblivion, by Ástor Piazzolla, arranged by Moshe Lewkowitz
  • Tango No. 2, by Alice Gomez
  • The Blue Danube, by Johann Strauss, Jr., arranged by Gerard De Waardt
  • Valse-Ballet, by Erik Satie, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • The French Can-Can, by Jacques Offenbach, arranged by Janet Dundore

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Hymn to the United Nations, by Pablo Casals, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • “Unofficial Anthems,” arranged by Andrea McCrady
    • Scotland: Highland Cathedral, by Michael Korb and Ulrich Roever
    • Italy: Va’ pensiero, by Giuseppe Verdi
    • Jamaica: Jamaica Farewell, by Irving Burgie
    • AfricAdia: Oh, Freedom
  • Ode to Joy, by Ludwig van Beethoven, arranged by Laura Whipple

From 12:00 p.m. to 12:15 p.m.

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Canada, A Centennial Song, by Bobby Gimby, arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • Or Let the Merry Bells Ring Round, by George Frideric Handel, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  • Singing Bells, from 5 Short Pieces for Carillon, by Leen ’t Hart
  • Four Variations on the Parsifal Chime, by Johan Franco
  • Selection of the day

From 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Canada Day

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

God Save the Queen

Ode to Newfoundland,* by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848–1918)

  • This Canada of Ours* (Canada’s Citizenship Song), by Robert Donnell (1901–1985)
  • Canada Union Waltz* (1841), by “A Canadian Lady”
  • Centennial Anthem, by Healey Willan (1880–1968), arranged by Robert Donnell
  • Ô Canada! mon pays! mes amours!, by Jean-Baptiste Labelle (1825–1898), arranged by Émile Vendette
  • Mon pays, by Gilles Vigneault (1928–), arranged by Camil Adam
  • Canada, A Centennial Song,* by Bobby Gimby (1918–1998)
  • Profil canadien no 2, by Émilien Allard (1915–1976)

Winner of the Chime In! Canada national carillon composition competition

  • Festive rondo, by Scott Allan Orr (1992–)

*Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Cinematic Carillon

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Songs from The Sound of Music, by Richard Rodgers (1902–1979)

  • The Sound of Music, arranged by Milford Myhre
  • The Lonely Goatherd, arranged by Koen van Assche
  • Edelweiss, arranged by Janet Dundore
  • My Favorite Things, arranged by Milford Myhre

Romance in France

  • L’après-midi, from Amélie, by Yann Tiersen (1970–), arranged by Liesbeth Janssens
  • Un homme et une femme,* by Francis Lai (1932–)
  • Selections from Beauty and the Beast, by Alan Menken (1949–), arranged by Frank Steijns
    • Be Our Guest
    • Gaston
    • Something There

Children’s Tales

  • Selections from Mary Poppins, by Richard Sherman (1928–) and Robert Sherman (1925–2012)
    • Sister Suffragette*
    • Let’s Go Fly a Kite, arranged by Richard Giszczak
  • Pure Imagination, from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, by Leslie Bricusse (1931–) and Anthony Newley (1931–1999), arranged by Jennifer Lory-Moran
  • The Rainbow Connection, from The Muppet Movie, by Paul Williams (1940–), arranged by Sally Slade Warner

Over the Rainbow

  • Selections from The Wizard of Oz, by Harold Arlen (1905–1986)
    • We’re Off to See the Wizard*
    • Ding-Dong! The Witch is Dead*
    • The Merry Old Land of Oz*
    • Lullaby League and Lollypop Guild*
    • If I Only Had a Brain*
    • If I Were King of the Forest*
    • Somewhere Over the Rainbow, arranged by Jos Lerinckx

Far, Far Away

  • Selections from Star Wars, by John Williams
    • Star Wars Theme, arranged by Janet Dundore
    • Princess Leia’s Theme, arranged by Janet Dundore
    • The Imperial March*

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Welcome to Canada

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Come to Canada*

Aboriginal Airs

  • Watsiwe wenosa* (Huron dance)
  • Iroquois Song*

Lower Canada

  • C’est l’aviron, arranged by Émilien Allard
  • A Yankee in Quebec* (1904), by Wilfrid Beaudry

Upper Canada

  • The Maple Leaf Forever, by Alexander Muir (1830–1906), arranged by James B. Slater
  • Ye Maidens of Ontario, arranged by Leen ’t Hart

From Every Corner

  • From Away,* by Graham Lindsey (1978–)
  • Scotland: Loch Lomond, arranged by Charles Zettek, Jr.
  • Ireland: Londonderry Air, arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  • Ukraine: Ode to Canada (for Yaroslaw Sharik),* by Joanna Estelle (1950–)
  • Jamaica: Jamaica Farewell,* by Irving Burgie (1924–)
  • China: 茉莉花 Moo Li Hua (Jasmine Flower), arranged by James B. Slater
  • Haiti: Sérénade lointaine,* by Frantz Casseus (1915–1993)
  • Getting to Know You,* by Richard Rodgers (1902–1979)

Fundamental Freedom

  • Give me your tired, your poor, by Irving Berlin (1888–1989), arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  • No Man Is an Island, by Joan Whitney (1914–1990) and Alex Kramer (1903–1998), arranged by Gerald Martindale
  • Amazing Grace, arranged by Milford Myhre
  • In the Courtyard of a Buddhist Temple, by Adrian Tien (1972–)
  • Mein Weib shlept sich mit (My Wife Came with Me), by Joseph Rumshinsky (1881–1956), arranged by Linda Dzuris
  • Alhamdoulillah,* by Laura Hawley (1982–)
  • Hymn to Freedom,* by Oscar Peterson (1925–2007)

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Dance Around the Planet

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Three Waltzes 

  • The Blue Danube, by Johann Strauss, Jr. (1825–1899), arranged by Gerard De Waardt
  • Valse-Ballet,* by Erik Satie (1866–1925)
  • The Second Waltz, by Dmitri Shostakovich (1906–1975), arranged by Frank Steijns

Ireland

  • The Kerry Dance, by James Lynam Molloy (1849–1910), arranged by Arthur Bigelow

France

  • The French Can-Can, by Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880), arranged by Janet Dundore

Spain

  • Spanish Dance Op. 37, no. 6, by Enrique Granados (1867–1916), arranged by Jef Rottiers

Italy

  • Tarantella, arranged by Carlo van Ulft

Greece

  • Zorba’s Dance,* by Mikis Theodorakis (1925–)

Malta

  • Maltese Dance,* from the Mediterranean Suite, by Charles Camilleri (1931–2009)

Turkey

  • Cicek dagi*

Israel

  • Hava Nagila, arranged by Richard Giszczak

Vietnam

  • Rice Drum Dance*

United States

  • The Charleston, by James P. Johnson (1894–1955), arranged by Noel Reynders

Mexico

  • Chiapanecas (Mexican clap dance), arranged by Percival Price

Three Tangos

  • Tango, Op. 165, no. 2, by Isaac Albeniz (1860–1909)
  • Oblivion, by Ástor Piazzolla (1921–1992), arranged by Moshe Lewkowitz
  • Tango No. 2, by Alice Gomez (1960–)

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a. m.

The Bard and Bells

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Music Contemporary with Shakespeare’s Plays

  • Queen Elizabeth, Her Galliard, by John Dowland (1563–1626), arranged by Jeff Davis
  • There was a Lover and his Lass*, by Thomas Morley (1557–1602)
  • Elizabethan Music, arranged by Ronald Barnes
    • Sir John Hope’s Currant (Anonymous)
    • Walsingham Variations, by Francis Cutting (1550–1603)
    • Kemp’s Jig (Anonymous)
  • The Willow Song* (Anonymous)

Classical Inspiration

  • Here’s the Summer, from The Faerie Queen, by Henry Purcell (1659–1695), arranged by Ronald Barnes
  • Blow, blow, thou winter wind* by Thomas Arne (1710–1778)
  • An Silvia* (Who is Sylvia?), from Two Gentlemen of Verona, by Franz Schubert (1797–1828)
  • Horch, horch, die Lerch (Hark, Hark, the Lark), from Cymbeline, by Franz Schubert
  • Selections from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, by Felix Mendelssohn (1809–1847)
    • Nocturne, arranged by John Knox
    • Wedding March*
  • Juliet’s Waltz, from Romeo et Juliette (1867), by Charles Gounod (1818–1893), arranged by Charles Collins
  • Montagues and Capulets, from Romeo and Juliet (1938), by Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953), arranged by Phillip Burgess & Andrea McCrady

Stage and Screen

  • Selections from Kiss Me Kate (1948), by Cole Porter (1891–1964)
    • Brush Up Your Shakespeare*
    • Too Darn Hot!*
  • This Can’t Be Love*, from The Boys from Syracuse (1938) by Richard Rodgers (1902–1979)
  • Love Theme*, from Romeo and Juliet (1968), by Nino Rota (1911–1979)
  • Medley from West Side Story (1961), by Leonard Bernstein (1918–1990), arranged by Lisa Lonie
    • Somewhere
    • Tonight
    • Maria
    • America
  • Opening Titles*, from Henry V (1989), by Patrick Doyle (1953– )
  • Passacaglia: The Death of Falstaff*, from Henry V (1944), by William Walton (1902–1983)
  • The Lion Sleeps Tonight, from The Lion King (1994), by George David Weiss (1921–2010), Hugo Peretti (1916–1986) and Luigi Creatore (1921–2015), arranged by Robert Schultz and Andrea McCrady

God Save the Queen

*Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Canadian Calendar

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Spring

  • For the Beauty of the Earth, arranged by Milford Myhre
  • Love & Maple Syrup,* by Gordon Lightfoot (1938–)
  • Maple Sugar,* by Ward Allen (1924–1965)
  • Pussywillows, Cat-tails,* by Gordon Lightfoot
  • Chanson des fleurs*
  • Tiptoe through the Tulips, by Joe Burke (1884–1950), arranged by Richard P. Strauss

Summer

  • Summertime Dream,* by Gordon Lightfoot
  • Land of the Silver Birch, arranged by Rebecca Manouchehri
  • A Canadian Sunset,* by Eddie Heywood (1915–1989)
  • Aboriginal Serenade* (Ojibway paddle song and Inuit lullaby)
  • A Summer Place,* by Max Steiner (1888–1971)

Autumn

  • Try to Remember, by Harvey Schmidt (1929–), arranged by John Courter
  • Autumn Leaves, by Joseph Kozma (1905–1969), arranged by Richard Giszczak
  • The Hockey Song,* by Stompin’ Tom Connors (1936–2013)

Winter

  • Vieux noël canadien*
  • La visite du Jour de l’an, arranged by Gordon Slater
  • The Stormy Scenes of Winter*
  • Wintersong,* by Sarah McLachlan (1968–)
  • Le bonhomme de neige* (1952), by Walter Grundhoff, and Frosty the Snowman, by Walter Rollins (1906–1973), arranged by Janet Dundore

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Tintinnabulation

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Canada Chimes / Le Canada carillonne, by Paul Poirier McIntyre (1931–)

Classical Chimes

  • Les Cloches, by Nicolas Lebègue (1631–1702), arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  • Or Let the Merry Bells Ring Round, by George Frideric Handel (1685–1759), arranged by Ronald Barnes
  • Ring, Sweet Bells, So Merrily, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791), arranged by Percival Price
  • Les carillons, by Johann Philip Kirnberger (1721–1783), arranged by Judson Maynard
  • Carillon, from L’Arlésienne Suite no. 1, by Georges Bizet (1838–1875), arranged by Richard von Grabow

Modern Resonance

  • Carillon, by Jan Wagenaar (1896–1959)
  • Four Variations on the Parsifal Chime, by Johan Franco (1908–1988)
  • Carillon, by Francis Poulenc (1899–1963), arranged by Ronald Barnes
  • Hear the Bells, by John Diercks (1927–)
  • Suite No. 2: The Bells after Poe, by Robert Kleinschmidt (1910–1959)
    • Hear the Sledges with their Bells–Silver Bells
    • Hear the Mellow Wedding Bells–Golden Bells
    • Hear the Wild Alarum Bells–Brazen Bells
    • Hear the Tolling of the Bells–Iron Bells
  • Singing Bells, from 5 Short Pieces for Carillon, by Leen ’t Hart (1920–1992)
  • Carillon Bell Tower, by Jonathan Reeves (1976–)
  • Tubular Bells, by Mike Oldfield (1953–), arranged by Paul Robertz
  • Jubilant Bells, by Alice Gomez (1960–)

God Save the Queen

11:00 a.m.

Coast to Coast to Coast

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

East Coast

  • Thank God We’re Surrounded by Water,* by Tom Cahill (1928–2006)
  • The Banks of Newfoundland, arranged by Leen ’t Hart
  • Old Mokami,* by Gerald Mitchell (1937–)
  • Song for the Mira,* by Allister MacGillivray (1948–)

Rivers

  • Un Canadien errant, arranged by Émilien Allard
  • En roulant ma boule, arranged by Raymond Keldermans
  • Log Driver’s Waltz,* by Wade Hemsworth (1916–2002)

Across the Prairies

  • Canadian Railroad Trilogy,* by Gordon Lightfoot (1938–)
  • Red River Valley, arranged by Percival Price and Eugeen Uten
  • Canadian Pacific,* by Ray Griff (1940–)
  • Alberta Bound,* by Gordon Lightfoot
  • Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill* (1888), by Charles Connolly
  • Four Strong Winds,* by Ian Tyson (1933–)

West Coast

  • Song of the Sockeye,* by Philip J. Thomas (1921–2007)
  • Hotel Vancouver, arranged by Ronald Barnes
  • Tsimshian Spirit Song, arranged by Heather Spry

Arctic Coast

  • Arctic Brotherhood Two-Step,* by Gédéon Pépin (1878–1950)
  • Aurora borealis, from Canadian Suite, by Percival Price (1901–1985)
  • Au pôle Nord* (1911), by Jean-Baptiste Lafrenière

Ten Million Kilometers2

  • This Land Is Our Land, by Woody Guthrie (1912–1931), arranged by Edward Lee Cobb

God Save the Queen

*Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a. m.

Canadian Carillon Music

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

Sacred music

  • Prelude on “St. Columba”*, by Healey Willan (1880–1968)
  • Prelude on “King’s Majesty”, by Graham George (1912–1993), arranged by Milford Myhre
  • The Stairwell Carol*, by Pierre Massie (1957– )

Compositions by Canadian women

  • Canada Union Waltz* (1841), by “A Canadian Lady”
  • Meditation*, by Rachel Laurin (1961– )
  • Riflessivo* by Joanna Estelle (1950– )
  • Au champs d’honneur*, by Laura Hawley (1982– )

Celebration of Canadian fiddle tunes

  • Fiddle Bill and Canada 150*, by Kelli Trottier (1966– )
  • Grit’s Jig and Ellen’s Jig*, by Graham Lindsey (1978– )
  • The Cabinet Meeting Jig*(Cape Breton), by Gordon MacLean (1942– )
  • Sheguiandah Bay Waltz *(Manitoulin Island), by Don Pettigrew ( 1939–1999)

French Canadian folksongs

  • Ma mère Michel, arranged by Emil Vendette
  • Quand vous mourrez de nos amours, by Gilles Vigneault (1928– ), arranged by Émilien Allard
  • Danse, mon moine, arranged by Heather Spry
  • C’est un monde*, by Fred Pellerin (1976– )

Compositions by Canadian carillonneurs

  • Invention Metropolitan, by James B. Slater (1927– )
  • Rondo from Sonata for 53 Bells (1936), by Robert Donnell (1910–1985)
  • Poème des pierres, by Émilien Allard (1915–1976)
  • Festive rondo, by Scott Allan Orr (1992– )

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a. m.

Global Song

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

“Unofficial Anthems”

  • Scotland:
    • Highland Cathedral*, by Michael Korb (1960– ) and Ulrich Roever (1934–1997)
  • England:
    • Jerusalem, by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848–1918), arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  • Wales:
    • Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau *(Land of my Fathers), by James James (1833–1902)
  • Italy:
    • Va pensiero*, from Nabucco, by Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901)
  • Australia:
    • Variations on “Waltzing Matilda”, by John Knox
  • Japan:
    • Sakura, arranged by Minako Uchino
  • Jamaica:
    • Jamaica Farewell*, by Irving Burgie (1924– )
  • USA:
    • America the Beautiful, by Samuel A. Ward (1847–1903), arranged by Milford Myhre
  • AfricAcadia:
    • Oh, Freedom*
  • Quebec:
    • Mon pays, by Gilles Vigneault (1928– ), arranged by Camil Adam
  • Canada:
    • Northwest Passage*, by Stan Rogers (1949–1983)

Songs of World Peace:

  • It’s a Small World, by Richard Sherman (1928– ) and Robert Sherman (1925–2012), arranged by Richard Giszczak
  • We Are All Earthlings*, by Jeff Moss (1942–1998)
  • Song for Peace*, by Allister McGillivray (1948– )
  • Let There Be Peace on Earth*, by Sy Miller (1908–1971) and Jill Jackson Miller (1913–1971)
  • Hymn to the United Nations*, by Pablo Casals (1876–1973)
  • Ode to Joy, by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827), arranged by Laura Whipple

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Urban Legends

Andrea McCrady, Dominion Carillonneur

O Canada

  • Carillon de village, by Nicolas Vallet (1583–1642), arranged by John Knox
  • Downtown,* by Tony Hatch (1939–)

North America

  • New York, New York,* by John Kander, (1927–)
  • Chicago, Chicago, by Fred Fisher (1875–1942), arranged by Wylie Crawford
  • St. Louis Blues, by William Christopher Handy (1873–1958), arranged by Earl Chamberlain and Sally Slade Warner
  • I Left My Heart in San Francisco,* by George Cory (1920–1978)

United Kingdom

  • A Foggy Day, by George Gershwin (1898–1937), arranged by Gerard De Waardt
  • Aberystwyth, arranged by Roy Hamlin Johnson
  • The Flowers of Edinburgh, arranged by Leen ’t Hart

Europe

  • Wonderful Copenhagen, by Frank Loesser (1910–1969), arranged by Janet Dundore
  • The Last Time I Saw Paris, by Jerome Kern (1885–1945), arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  • Aan de Amsterdamse Grachten,* by Pieter Goemans (1925–2000)
  • Wiener Blut, by Johann Strauss, Jr. (1825–1899), arranged by Ira Schroeder
  • Arrivederci Roma,* by Renato Rascel (1912–1991)
  • Moscow Nights, by Vasily Solovyov-Sedoy (1907–1979), arranged by Sally Slade Warner

Back home

  • Halifax, by George Frideric Handel (1685–1759), arranged by Sally Slade Warner
  • Love This Town, by Joel Plaskett (1975–), arranged by Jonathan Hebert
  • Ottawa Rag* (1913), by George E. Lynn (dates unknown)

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Andrea McCrady

11:00 a.m.

Guest artist: Andrée-Anne Doane

O Canada

Compositions and arrangements by Émilien Allard (1915–1976)

  • Prelude, Op. 28, no. 15, by Frederic Chopin (1810–1849)
  • Poème pour Arlington
  • Noël Canadien (traditional Quebec)
  • Toccatina
  • Vocalise, Op. 24, no. 14, by Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943)
  • Papillon, tu es volage, from Commentaires folkloriques
  • Image no. 2
  • Les berceaux, by Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924)
  • Ô toi, belle hirondelle (traditional Quebec)
  • J’entends le moulin (traditional Quebec)

Composition and arrangement by Claude Aubin (1934–)

  • L’envol
  • Pot-pourri, by Félix Leclerc (1914–1988)

Music by Gilles Vigneault (1928–)

  • J’ai planté un chêne, arranged by Andrée-Anne Doane
  • Gens du pays, arranged by Claude Aubin

God Save the Queen

11:00 a.m.

Guest artist: Gordon Slater

O Canada

  • Le messager d’amour, from Triptyque, by Émilien Allard (1915–1977)
  • Alouette* (Quebec folk song)
  • Daydream, by Evelyn Stroobach (1965–)
  • The Little Old Sod Shanty* (Prairie folk song)
  • Variations on an Original Theme, by Violet Louise Balestreri Archer (1913–2000)
  • The Banks of Newfoundland* (Newfoundland and Labrador folk song)
  • Faraway Star,* by Joanna Estelle (1950–)
  • Are You from Bevan?* (British Columbia parody)
  • Morning and Afternoon Music, from Time Traveller, by Jan Järvlepp (1953–)
  • The Nova Scotia Song* (Nova Scotia folk song)
  • Air for Carillon with variations in classical style, by Percival Price (1901–1985)

God Save the Queen

* Arranged by Gordon Slater

11:00 a.m.

Guest artist: Jonathan Hebert

O Canada

Compositions for carillon

  • Intrada, from Serenade I, by Ronald Barnes (1927–1997)
  • Promenade, from Tribute Suite, by Frank DellaPenna (1951–)
  • Pentatonic Pastoral, from Southern Triptych, by Geert D’hollander (1965–)

French classical music

  • Mouvements perpétuels, no 1,* by Francis Poulenc (1899–1963)
  • Prélude pour piano,* by Maurice Ravel (1875–1937)
  • Allegretto, from Sonate pour harpe, by Germaine Tailleferre (1892–1983), arranged by Devon Hansen

Songs of Canada

  • In Flanders Fields, by Alexander Tilley (1944–), arranged by Andrea McCrady
  • À la claire fontaine, from Commentaires folkloriques, by Émilien Allard (1915–1976)
  • Barrett’s Privateers,* by Stan Rogers (1949–1983)

Three songs by Rita MacNeil* (1944–2013)

  • Working Man
  • Now the Bells Ring
  • She’s Called Nova Scotia

Two songs by Joel Plaskett* (1975–)

  • Love This Town
  • Dragonfly

Two songs by Leonard Cohen* (1934–2016)

  • Chelsea Hotel No. 2
  • Hallelujah

God Save the Queen

*Arranged by Jonathan Hebert

September program will be determined later.

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