Live beiaard concert / Carillon Concert Live in Mechelen Jo Haazen is playing Prelude II of Matthias Vanden Gheyn on the Carillon of the Sint-Rombouts Tower in Mechelen (Belgium/Flanders). His cabin is about 80 meter high and he is surrounded by 49 Tuned Bronze Carillon Bells. ヨー・ハーゼン氏（王立カリヨン音楽院学院長） ・メッヘレンのカリヨン演奏
Louis Vierne - Carillon de Westminster Olivier Latry plays Vierne at MUPA Organ 2006
Rose - Magic Carillon more italo aerobics...
[AMV] Sailor moon - Carillon
Domtoren Carillon bells Dom Tower Utrecht Netherlands Two views, the first from Choorstraat, the second from Domplein (the oldest square in Utrecht), of the Domtoren or Dom Tower and its Carillon bells of originally 35 chimes but now extended being played at lunchtime on Friday 4th April 2008. The tower is 112.5 metres (368 feet) high and was built in the mid 1300s.
Thomas Rees Carillon Springfield, Illinois Kevin and Sue McCarthy take you on a tour of the Thomas Rees Carillon in Springfield, Illinois. You will see the inner workings of a world class carillon and hear a special performance on this marvelous bell tower
Father Matthew Presents: Super Mario Carillon In a continuing series, Father Matthew, an Episcopal priest-blogger, presents the Super Mario Theme Song on St. Paul's Episcopal Church's bell tower.
Carillon Bells at ASU Discoverer of the ASU carillon Judith Smith explains the origins of the instrument in the university, how it survived a fire and after years missing, how it found a home in Old Main. In the background, Co-chair of the ASU Carillon Society Carl Cross plays a holiday tune for everyone to enjoy.
Moleskine The Little Prince - Carillon Take a peek at the limited edition notebook created in honor of one of the most well-loved literary icons of the 20th Century, Le Petit Prince. Creative Studio: Neue Big Director / Animator: Virgilio Villoresi Photography: Alan Grillo Spina Le Petit Prince is a registered trademark of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Estate 2011
Magic Box - Carillon The First Video of this great artist of italo dance music
Marcel Dupré plays Carillon at St Sulpice Marcel Dupré plays his own Carillon from Sept Pieces (Opus 27) in St Sulpice, Paris. This stereo recording from the Mercury label was made in 1959, the transfer was made from mint condition LPs (not master tapes) to CD by those clever people at Haydn House. The transfers from the LP are nothing short of remarkable, considering the master tapes are either lost or unavailable. I will put up the Final from Sept Piéces and a Prelude and Fugue Op36 from the same CD another time. In due course I will put up some relatively unknown recordings by Yves Devernay, Thierry Esciach, Leonce de St Martin, Pierre Cochereau, Xaver Varnus, Pierre Pincemaille and Jean Guillou amongst others.
UT Carillon Three times a week for over 45 years, 84 year old Tom Anderson entertains both students and the neighborhood surrounding the University of Texas. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Tom enters the iconic tower on the UT campus. A white haired man with a distinctive drawl, Mr Anderson takes the elevator to the 27th floor, makes his way through several locked doors, up the narrow steps that wind behind the massive clock face and up to a small room at the very top. Few people know who he is, yet his work is known to many. Tom, along with Chris Humphrey and Kim Schaffer play a contraption known as a carillon. A musical instrument of mammoth proportions, this is the largest Carillon in Texas. Looking like an exploded piano, Tom explains that its a series of levers and pedals, connected by cables to the clappers inside the giant bells at the top of the tower. This is the largest carillon in Texas. It has 56 bells, with the smallest bell weighing 20 pounds and the largest at over 7000 lbs. You can tell right away that these people love what they do. Tom, Chris and Kim are all very dedicated to playing and performing for such a large audience and you have to appreciate being able to play something that can be heard for miles around. You don't realize it from the ground, but as we accidentally learned while taping this segment, these things are INCREDIBLY loud. And in the "You learn something every day" category: you know that hourly chime that you hear at 15, 30 and 45 minutes ...
For A Few Dollars More - 14 - Carillon (Music Clock) Original Score by Ennio Morricone
Carillon - Ninna Nanna carillon song: Ninna Nanna...baby sleeping song(Lullaby)....shhh it's sleeping time ˘_˘
Fairlight & Carillon & Cyberiadc - Agenda Circling Forth Quoted readme: "Agenda Circling Forth by CNCDvsFairlight art house productions inc presented live at Breakpoint_2010 Visuals by Destop Visuals by Smash Music by Varia - www.varia.tv Requires Directx 9.0c, Geforce 260 Radeon 4850 or better. We chose 0 polygons. (and lots of shaders.) (and millions and millions of points.) (and we went abstract.)" Rendered with GeForce 8800 GTS 512 Download:
SKY - Carillon (Live) SKY - Carillon at Live, in Bremen Germany '1980 I want a lot of people to listen to this wonderful their performance! Band Members: John Williams - Classic and Ovation, Kevin Peek - Electric guitar, Herbie Flowers - Electric Bass, Francis Monkman - Keyboards, Tristan Fry - Drums
Carillon Beiaard Hattem Holland Carillon of Hattem Holland Carillonneur Martien van der Knijff
playing "coin-operated boy" on the carillon from the blog "THE BEST DAY EVER...in CANBERRA!!?! (+ PERTH #NinjaGig, tomorrow!)" - read it at bit.ly
Beiaard en ballet / Carillon and Ballet, with Vibraphone Music played on a Travelling Carillon and on a Vibraphone. Ballet, Carillon and Vibraphone: a great combination. Just look and enjoy. This concert was recorded during the 11th World Carillon Congress in Leuven 1998.
Magic Box "Carillon" it really reminds me lots of things...
East Hendred Clock and Carillon Built by John Seymour in 1525, the clock in the tower of St Augustine's Church at East Hendred, Oxfordshire, is one of the oldest clocks in the world in daily use. It chimes the quarter-hours, strikes the hours and plays "The Angels' Hymn" every three hours.
Québec History 12 - Battle of Carillon Québec a Nation History (Part 12) Battle of Fort Tinconderoga 1758 The Battle of Carillon, also known as the 1758 Battle of Ticonderoga, was fought on July 8, 1758, during the French and Indian War known in modern Quebec as the War of Conquest. It was fought near Fort Carillon, on the shore of Lake Champlain. In the battle, which took place primarily on a rise about three-quarters of a mile from the fort itself, a French army of about 4000 men under General Louis-Joseph de Montcalm and the Chevalier de Levis decisively defeated an overwhelmingly numerically superior force of British troops under General James Abercrombie, which frontally assaulted an entrenched French position without using field artillery. The battle was the bloodiest of the war, with over 2500 casualties suffered, of which over 2000 were British Soldiers.
Super Mario Bros. Overworld Theme - Carillon This was the first performance of the night by Jeremy Domingo of Clemson University. The Yale Guild of Carillonneurs were visiting on Tues 11 March 2008, and they asked one of the Clemson students to open the night with a performance. This is the Overworld Theme to Super Mario Bros. by Koji Kondo.
Rose - Magic Carillon (12" Version) Beautiful and classic Italo Disco from 1984. Released on Disco Magic and produced by Robyx (Savage) This is the 12" version mixed with the performance she made on Blitz 1984. Made by my friend Alekos..
L'Arlesienne Suite No 1 (Carillon) The Jill Windmill in West Sus*** set to the music of Georges Bizet. From the UK TV series "The Art of Landscape" (1989-1990)
Carillon Handbell Choir - Annie Laurie Performed by Carillon Handbell Choir University of Southern Mississippi Director: Dr. Larry D. Smith
What is a carillon? "A Carillon Is..." (2nd edition) What is a Carillon??? "A Carillon Is..." tries to give you an answer to all your questions about the largest bell instrument on earth. 2nd version. Marc Van Eyck (Leuven) and Jo Haazen (Mechelen) play background carillon music while this video explains basic knowledge about this beautiful, historical and Flemish bell instrument: a carillon.
Henri Mulet's Carillon-Sortie at St Ouen Carillon-Sortie by Henri Mulet (1878-1967) recorded in St Ouen, Rouen by Andreas Meisner. Mulet studied at the Paris Conservatoire with Widor and Guilmant. He wrote relatively few works, his most popular being the toccata 'Tu us Petrus' from the Esquisses Byzantines. The organ needs no introduction, except to say its Cavaillé-Coll's masterpiece IMHO. The organist, Andreas Mesiner is one of two titulaires at Altenburg Dom. His playing is clear and always thrilling. I will put up a few pieces from his recordings at Altenburg in weeks to come. I found this particular track on his website www.andreas-. This track is from a CD no 16306 from www.mitra-, if you find it difficult to order from them, try , they can get hold of it.
Julianne Vanden Wyngaard plays Grand Valley State University's Cook Carillon Grand Valley State University carillonneur Julianne Vanden Wyngaard plays plays the Cook Carillon on the Allendale Campus. GVSU is home to two carillons — the other is the Beckering Carillon in Grand Rapids. The university hosts a summer concert series on the two carillons every year.
UP Carillon Tower Photo Album Photo album on the UP Carillon Tower before and after restoration (with new bells installed) in time for the 2008 UP Centennial. This is the full version.
Cesare Cremonini - Carillon Carillon
Ennio Morricone - For a Few Dollars More - Carillon (extended version) Eastwood (marketed as the "Man with No Name") and Van Cleef (as Colonel Douglas Mortimer and marketed as the "Man in Black") portray two bounty hunters in pursuit of "El Indio" (Gian Maria Volontè), one of the most wanted fugitives in the western territories, and his gang (one of whom is played by Kinski). Indio is a ruthless, intelligent man. He has a musical pocke***ch that he plays before engaging in gun duels. "When the chimes finish, begin," he says. Flashbacks reveal that the watch originates from a young woman, Mortimer's sister (Rosemary Dexter), who killed herself while being raped by Indio after he had found her with her lover (in Joe Millard's novelization of the film, the young man is her newly-wed husband) and killed him. The watch bears a photo of the woman and was presented as a gift by the young man before being killed. The film begins with Colonel Mortimer (Cleef) illegally stopping a train in Tucumcari, and soon after collecting a bounty of $1000 on Guy Calloway (José Terrón). Mortimer's gunslinging skill is displayed as he easily kills him from long distance. After collecting the bounty he inquires about Red "Baby" Cavanagh (José Marco), who has a $2000 bounty, and was last seen in White Rocks. Mortimer is told that Cavanagh has already been targeted by Eastwood's character, who is referred to as "Manco" (meaning one-armed in Spanish — see below for an explanation). We see Manco ride into town and track down Cavanagh at a saloon playing five-card draw ...
Carillon, L'Arlesienne, G. Bizet, Suite nr.1..avi G. Bizet, Carillon, L'Arlesienne, Suite nr.1. George Enescu Philharmonic, Valentin Doni - conductor
Narkotek - Carillon Kefran narkotek-made_in_tekos-guigoo_vs_kefran
Carillon de ma Grand-mère Finale of Act II from Offenbach's La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein (2004 - Le Châtelet - Minkowski / Pelly), with Felicity Lott as la Grande Duchesse
practice carillon keyboard i'm learning to play the carillon (it's a big bell tower. well, a HUGE bell tower, actually.) i thought it'd be neat to show you what the keyboard looks like and how it's played. i can't really do it justice because i am only an egg, but you get the idea. Update 2009: I still get a lot of questions about the carillon. It's located in Naperville, Illinois and their site is here www.naperville- The real tower (not this practice room) is taller than the statue of liberty! I had to give up learning because I moved out of town, but it was a great honor to be able to experience such a beautiful and rare instrument, even if just for a short while. Support your local carillon players!
"Still Alive" on Storke Tower carillon (bell tower) Because it had to be done. An abridged arrangement of "Still Alive" (theme from "Portal") by Jonathan Coulton, on the 61-bell carillon at the top of the 175-ft Storke Tower on the UCSB campus. Arranged and performed by Greg Courville, with instructor Margo Halsted at the pedals. I am compelled to point out that, under the control of a competent musician, the carillon is capable of making music that is orders of magnitude more interesting than what you're hearing here. For those who may be offended by the abuse of such a magnificent instrument, please keep in mind that I had only ever laid hands on these batons a few times prior.
A Carillon Is ... (1st edition) *** SEE RENEWED VIDEO : A CARILLON IS ... 2ND EDITION *** thank you
Marquette University's Carillon Marquette University's carillon of 48 bells rang out songs from the tower of Marquette Hall on Sept. 16, 2009. In this clip, the carillon plays "Ring Out Ahoya" and "Hail Alma Mater."
Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" played on the Iowa State University carillon Tin-Shi Tam, Iowa State University carillonneur and associate professor of music and theatre, performed Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" on the carillon at noon on Aug. 27, 2010. Brad Riley, senior in journalism and mass communication, started a Facebook group and asked people to send Tam emails requesting that she play the song.