|Publisher||Tim Knight Music|
|Published||27th November 2019|
|Availability||55 in stock|
The 'Carillon' by Giles Taylor is based around 16 bars of material that returns in either its original format or slightly altered form over the course of two and a half pages. The descending motifs aim to reflect the character of a peal of bells, and this is used to good effect. The edition itself is well presented, and the composer has included useful guidance concerning registration. Whilst this 'Carillon' is short, it would make a useful piece to play before or at the end of a church service. It could also be presented as a short encoure at the conclusion of an organ recital.
Richard Brasier for RSCM Magazine