Carillon Composition Competition

Page

Campanile

sponsored by the Stanton Memorial Carillon Foundation.


Purpose:

To encourage the writing of original carillon compositions by young composers.

Next Competition : Yr. 2019


Winning compositions of previous competitions:

2017

Tango for carillon by Chad Cagle, Winona, Minnesota.

2015

Sisyphus Stone for carillon by Kendal Lafayette Fortson, Los Alamos, New Mexico.

2013

 

Center Panel for carillon by Kyle Shaw, Urbana, Illinois.

Honorable MentionAll The Heavens Were A Bell by Philip Rice, East Lansing, Michigan. score.

2011

For Whom The Bell Tolls for carillon by Alex Weiser, New York, New York.

2009

Hunting St. Hubert for carillon and brass quintet by Ondrej Sarek, Prague, Czech Republic.

2007

Aller Guten Dinge Sind Drei! for carillon by Daniel Nass, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

2006

Erisian Cycles for carillon by Brandon Vaccaro, Denver, Colorado.

2002

Five Fancies for carillon by Neil Thornock, Provo, Utah. 

2000
 

Honorable MentionDriving Rain for carillon by Keith Jenkins, Cincinnati, Ohio, and Campanarium I for carillon by Neil Thornock, Provo, Utah.

1997

By de dei lâns (The proceedings of the day) for carillon by Klass R. R. de Haan, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

1996
 

Lux Aeterna for carillon by Mark Storey, Auckland, New Zealand.

Honorable MentionEcho for carillon and mixed chorus by Amy Michelle Black, Waco, Kentucky.

1995

Tree Modes for carillon by Amy Michelle Black, Waco, Kentucky.


For more information, call (515) 294-2911, or e-mail: tstam@iastate.edu