This is the program for the first public recital performed on the carillon at Mountain Lake Sanctuary and Singing Tower (now Bok Tower Gardens) on December 2, 1928 at four o'clock in the afternoon. The recital was performed by Mr. Anton Brees, who was the carillonneur at Mountain Lake Sanctuary until his death in 1967. Program printed by the Brice Printing Company of Lake Wales, Florida.
The First Public Recital of The Sanctuary Bells
By Anton Brees, Bellmaster
At Mountain Lake, Florida
on the afternoon of
Sunday, December the Second, 1928
at four o'clock
Program for First Recital
WHICH WILL BE BROADCAST BY TAMPA WDAE
1. (a) Lead Kindly Light John B. Dykes
(b) America the Beautiful Samuel A. Ward
2. (a) Way Down Upon the Suwannee River Stephen C. Foster
(b) My Old Kentucky Home Stephen C. Foster
(c) Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes Old English Song
3. (a) Minuet in G Beethoven
(b) Tambourin T. Ph. Rameau
4. Two Old Flemish Songs.
(a) De Koekoek (The Cuckoo)
(b) 's Avonds als ik slapen ga (At Evening When I Go To Sleep)
5. (a) The Volga Boat Song Russian Melody Arranged by Fred. Rocke
(b) Serenade Schubert
6. (a) God's Hand Arranged by Josef Hofmann
(b) Our United States Arranged by Leopold Stokowski
The public is urged not to crowd around the Tower for recitals. The Carillon is heard best in the further parts of the Sanctuary.
After the opening recital the Sanctuary Bells will play each afternoon to April 30, 1929 (inclusive) at four (4:00) o'clock. with an extra recital each Sunday at twelve-thirty (12:30) noon.
will be given at 12:30 noon on the following days:
Family Birthday: January 25.
General Robert E. Lee's Birthday: January 29.
Abraham Lincoln's Birthday: February 12.
George Washington's Birthday: February 22.
Family Birthday: February 25.
Family Birthday: April 14.
Christmas Eve at midnight of December 24.
New Year's Eve at midnight of December 31.
Easter Sunrise Service, Sunday, March 31.
WILL YOU KINDLY READ?
The owners of the Mountain Lake Sanctuary make every effort to keep the Sanctuary clear of litter, and it cordially asks the cooperation of the public. Therefore, please do not throw this program on the Sanctuary walks or in the shrubbery or on the roads leading thereto. Carry it home and put it in your waste paper basket or fire.
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