Check out the Maas-Rowe
website to hear a sample a carillon similar to ours.
The ASU carillon in storage.
In August, Maas-Rowe transported the carillon to its factory in Escondido,
Calif., to begin the process of modernization and restoration –
without asking a cent from ASU as a down payment.
Tempe Head Start children listen as ASU doctoral student Guy Whatley plays the Fabulous Fritts for them. The children first visited the temporary ASU carillon.
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University carillonneur William Swayze at the keyboard.
Eric Tank an engineering student from Barrett, The Honors College, plays a tune on the Symphonic Carillon.
Holly Hovious, Arboretum/Grounds Services crew chief, earns a certificate as an Honorary Carillonneur.
Tim Chan, seated, plays the carillon, while Ibrahim Halloum, in red shirt, and his brother Mohammad, wait their turn. The three, part of the Tempe Youth Leadership program, took a break from picking sour oranges for ASU’s Campus Harvest program.
Edna Minger, 94, plays the carillon. Edna played the organ at the Tipton, Okla., First Methodist Church for 55 years.
Guests at the annual Memorial Day Memorial Concert and Reading of Names at the Symphonic Carillon included, left to right, Roger Rosplock (Navy), Jerome Rosplock (Commander in Navy), James Rosplock (Army) and Richard Wurzburger. Photo by Jill Butler.
Bonnie Lawless reads names at the annual Memorial Day Concert May 28. Listening, left to right, are Kevin Snow, Carl Cross, Allen Bonham, Shyla Bonham, Jeff Borhauer and Judith Smith. The carillon is a memorial to those in the ASU community who gave their lives for their country. Photo by Jill Butler.