Stanton Memorial Carillon
Carillon Festival 2002 (October 4 -
Carillon Composition Competition
To encourage the writing of original carillon compositions
by young composers.
- One cash award of $500.
- Premiere performance of the winning composition at the Carillon
Upon acceptance of the award, it is understood that the rights
for the premiere performance will be granted by the composer
to the ISU Carillon Festival.
- The submitted work shall be an original composition for four-octave
carillon (tenor C to C4), with a two-octave pedal board (tenor
C to C2).
- The composition may be a solo, a duet for one carillon or
a work for carillon with one or more other instruments or chorus.
- A transcription or arrangement will not be accepted.
- The composition shall be 4 to 7 minutes in length.
- The submitted work shall never have been published, awarded
a prize in another competition, or performed publicly.
- A composer may submit more than one work.
- The composer must not have been born before October 4, 1967.
- John Courter, Jeffrey Prater, and Tin-Shi Tam.
- The judges reserve the right not to award a prize if the
submitted compositions are not of a satisfactory level.
- The decision of the judges is final.
Instructions for submission:
- Submit three copies of the composition.
- The composition must be postmarked no later than Friday,
September 13, 2002.
- The submitted composition must be legible.
- The composer's name shall not appear on the composition.
- Along with the three copies of the composition, include a
small sealed envelope that contains within the composer's name,
address, phone number and birth date. The title of the composition
is to be placed on the outside of the small envelope. The small
envelope will be opened only after the judges' decision is made.
- Submitted compositions will be returned only if a self-addressed
and stamped envelope is provided.
Winning compositions of previous competitions:
Modes for carillon by Amy Michelle Black, Waco,
Lux Aeterna for
carillon by Mark Storey, Auckland, New Zealand
Honorable Mention: Echo
for carillon and mixed chorus by Amy Michelle Black, Waco, Kentucky
dei lâns (The proceedings of the day) for
carillon by Klass R. R. de Haan, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
||Honorable Mention: Driving
Rain for carillon by Keith Jenkins, Cincinnati,
Ohio, and Campanarium I for
carillon by Neil Thornock, Provo, Utah.
Submit materials to:
Carillon Composition Competition 2002
For more information,
call (515) 294-2911, or e-mail: email@example.com
Iowa State University
149 Music Hall
Ames, IA 50011