by Georges Bizet as incidental music for Daudet's 1872 play L'arlésienne,
Carillon, as the descriptive title indicates, calls for a set
of fixed bells struck by hammers. Above the ringing bells (performed
by the lower strings) is a beautiful contrasting melody scored in the
violins. The middle section provides a nice harmonic contrast as well
as a style and mood change. Exactly what you've come to expect when
looking at the superb arrangements of Robert D. McCashin.
on this piece.