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         Ives Charles:     more books (43)
  1. Charles Ives: The Ideas Behind the Music by Professor J. Peter Burkholder, 1987-09-10
  2. Charles Ives and the Classical Tradition
  3. The Life of Charles Ives (Musical Lives) by Stuart Feder, 1999-09-28
  4. "Essays before a sonata" by Charles Ives 1874-1954 Nicolas Slonimsky Collection (Library of Congress) DLC, 1920-12-31
  5. Charles Ives and His America by Frank R. Rossiter, 1975-11
  6. Charles Ives Reconsidered (Music in American Life) by Gayle Sherwood Magee, 2008-06-18
  7. Ives: Concord Sonata: Piano Sonata No. 2 (Cambridge Music Handbooks) by Geoffrey Block, 1996-11-13
  8. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives by James B. Sinclair, 1999-08-11
  9. An Ives Set by Joseph Noble, 2006-01-01
  10. All Made of Tunes: Charles Ives and the Uses of Musical Borrowing by Professor J. Peter Burkholder, 1995-11-29
  11. Charles Ives: A Research and Information Guide (Routledge Music Bibliographies) by Gayle Sherwood Magee, 2010-04-20
  12. Ives: A Survey of the Music (Isam Monographs) by H. Wiley Hitchcock, 1983-01
  13. Angels of Reality: Emersonian Unfoldings in Wright, Stevens, and Ives by Associate Professor David Michael Hertz PhD, 1993-04-23
  14. EVOLVING KEYBD STYLE CHAS (Outstanding Dissertations in Music from British Universities) by Alexander, 1989-09-01

41. IHAS Composer
Charles EDWARD Ives (18741954). In 1922 Charles Edward Ives self-published a discreet,dark blue-wrappered volume which contained a very personal testament.
I n 1922 Charles Edward Ives self-published a discreet, dark blue-wrappered volume which contained a very personal testament. None of the 114 SONGS (as the edition was titled), which Ives had selected, edited, and ordered with great care, had ever before been issued. In the Afterword to the collection, the composer defended this sally into print after years of public silence as an opportunity to evade a question somewhat embarrassing to answer: "Why do you write so much which no one ever sees?" Throughout the thirty years of a creative life which left a legacy of highly original orchestral, piano, choral, and chamber works as well, Charles Ives continued to compose songssome 150 by the time he abandoned composition altogether in early 1920's. Publishing them, Ives quipped, was an act of cleaning housean ambivalent effort, both apologetic and proud, to lay before a public he distrusted the autobiographical leaves of his soul. Born in Danbury, Connecticut in 1874 to a prominent and respected New England family (generations of Iveses and Brewsters had distinguished themselves in commerce, law, and civic affairs), Charles E. Ives inherited his love of music from his father George, who had been the youngest Union bandmaster in the Civil War and who had passed his later years organizing Danbury's musical life. The sounds of the cornet George played and the brass bands he led, the unorthodox harmonic exercises he practiced at home, the tunes of

42. VUW Library - Music: Useful Websites
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43. Sony Classical - Music
Symphony No. 2 Charles Ives (18741954), I. Andante moderato, 556. II. SymphonyNo. 3 The Camp Meeting Charles Ives (1874-1954), I. Old Folks Gatherin' .
Ives: Symphonies Nos.2 & 3 "The Camp Meeting"
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I. Andante moderato
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CHARLES IVES (1874-1954)
I. "Old Folks Gatherin' ". Andante maestoso II. "Children's Day". Allegro III. "Communion". Largo Leonard Bernstein discusses Charles Ives The Fourth of July CHARLES IVES (1874-1954) Symphony No. 2 CHARLES IVES (1874-1954) LEONARD BERNSTEIN , Conductor LEONARD BERNSTEIN , Narrator LEONARD BERNSTEIN , Piano NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Home Newsletter VIP Lounge Catalog ... Contact

44. Ives: The Unanswered Question, Holidays Symphony, Central Park In The Dark - Tra
Charles Ives (18741954) The Unanswered Question, For Trumpet, Flute QuartetAnd Strings (No. Charles Ives (1874-1954) Holidays Symphony,
Ives: The Unanswered Question, Holidays Symphony, Central Park in the Dark
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The Unanswered Question, For Trumpet, Flute Quartet And Strings (No. 1 From "Two Contemplations") CHARLES IVES (1874-1954)
Holidays Symphony Washington's Birthday Decoration Day The Fourth Of July* Thanksgiving (Forefather's) Day** CHARLES IVES (1874-1954)
Central Park In The Dark (No. 2 From "Two Contemplations"). Molto Adagio ELLIOTT CARTER (b. 1908)
Concerto For Orchestra

45. Ives Concert Park
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The Ives Center was born in 1974 - the centenary year of Charles Ives' birth - with a July Fourth celebration. On that day, 7,000 people heard Leonard Bernstein, Michael Tilson Thomas, and the American Symphony Orchestra perform an all inspiration from the American scene. It echoes the sounds of our hymns, spirituals, band music, ballads, and even college cheers. His musical genius led Bernstein to call him "The Beethoven of the 20th Century." In 1984, the idea of a permanent memorial to Ives became a reality with the construction of the gazebo-like stage rising up majestically out of the pond. Musical Fair America, a two-day music happening was presented, including 18 different musical styles. In 1989, the late Marian Anderson was honored with a historical musical evening for an artist whose beautiful voice was matched by her dignity and courage. The Marian Anderson Foundation, Inc. was subsequently formed to raise funds to award emerging artists and continue to honor Miss Anderson. During the past 18 years, The Ives has been witness to more than 300 top American and international performers from Bob Dylan to Isaac Stern. More than $11 million in donations and private contributions has been invested in creating and enhancing site facilities, especially in the stage area and audience seating. Approximately 400,000 people have attended our summer concert series, special events for children and affordable family entertainment showcasing the talents of our area youth and local artists.

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Articles Evan Rothstein, La musique de Charles Ives : la technique de l'inconscient Discographie sur le site Radio France on ne se fatigue pas, mais une liste des oeuvres avec quelques mots Fiche biographique Autres liens The Charles Ives Society : School of Music, 10-426-00, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405. courte biographie, quelques documents photographiques faute de mieux des liens : Un livre Charles Ives and His World, Edited by J. Peter Burkholder, 1996 [464 p.]

49. Art Songs By Ives
Charles Edward Ives (18741954). Song Cycles. Five Street Songs (5) no. 1. OldHome Day; no. 2. In the Alley; no. 3. A son of a Gambolier; no. 4. Down East; no.
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50. Ives
Charles Ives (18741954). Song Texts. A big October morning, the village church-bellsIves (Walking); A Christmas carol Ives (Little star of Bethlehem!
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  • A big October morning, the village church-bells : Ives ( Walking
  • A Christmas carol: Ives Little star of Bethlehem! Do we see Thee now?
  • A leopard went around his cage from one side back to the other side : Ives ( The cage
  • A son of a Gambolier: Ives
  • A Song - for anything: Ives
  • A sound of a distant horn: Ives
  • A sound of a distant horn o'er shadowed lake is borne : Ives ( A sound of a distant horn
  • All summer long, we boys dreamed 'bout big circus joys! : Ives ( The Circus Band
  • An old flame: Ives
  • An old man with a straw in his mouth sat all day long before the village grocery store : Ives ( The see'r
  • Berceuse: Ives O'er the mountain toward the west
  • Come join my humble ditty, from Tippery town I steer : Ives ( A son of a Gambolier
  • Disclosure: Ives
  • Down East: Ives
  • Down the river comes a noise! It is not the voice of rolling waters : Ives ( The new river
  • Evidence: Ives
  • Fifteen years ago today a little Yankee, little yankee boy : Ives ( He is there!
  • Go my songs! Draw Daphnis from the city : Ives ( Old Home Day
  • Grove, rove, night, delight; heart impart : Ives ( Love song
  • He grew in those seasons like corn in the night : Ives ( Thoreau
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Charles Ives (18741954). In search of Ives The Composer at the pianoin four recordings sessions 1933-1943, CRI, Ives Four Transcriptions
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Ives, Charles (Piano) Ives, Charles (Piano) Mid 1930s Ives, Charles (Piano) Ives : Sonata No. 2 for Piano: Concord, Mass., "Emerson" (partial - 3 takes); Study No. 2 + Study No. 23 (mixed); Four Transcriptions from "Emerson," No. 3 (abandoned); Study No. 9: The Anti-Abolitionist Riots; They Are There!, first take (abandoned); They Are There!, first take (2 takes); March No. 6 for Piano, with "Here's To Good Old Yale"; Sonata No. 2 for Piano: Concord, Mass., "The Alcotts" Ives, Charles (Piano)

52. Unsung Songs
UNSUNG SONGS. Abide with Me, by Charles Ives (18741954). Ives's songtext is the fervent old hymn Reverend Henry Francis Lyte (1793
Abide with Me, by Charles Ives (1874-1954)
Ives's song text is the fervent old hymn Reverend Henry Francis Lyte (1793-1847) wrote at the very close of his life. When these words were coupled to the hymntune Eventide , composed by William H. Monk in 1861, the result was so successful it became a much loved staple of many turn-of-the-century protestant hymnals. Lyte's lines are cast in reasonably regular iambic pentameter with the unvarying rhyme scheme AABB. Yet Monk's music abundantly demonstrates the problem of all strophic songs and hymns: the musical contourfit to the opening verserepeats unchanged while, in subsequent verses, the location of the poetic caesuras and important words vary. Actually, one can't help noting that Monk's melody doesn't fit even the opening verse of Lyte's text very well (the misaccent on the opening syllable and similar trangressions in the next two lines are ready clues). Was this what prompted the precocious Charles Ives to use the text for his hymn-like song in 1890? Apparently not. It seems neither composer was much concerned with poetic subtleties, for Ives's tune doesn't fit the words well either, and shows similar faults in the very same places. Whatever his purpose, Ives refitted the text with a melody that probably didn't seem quite right at the time. It still tweaks some ears with what seem like 'wrong' notes. It's just that he uses a scale which has both a lowered and a natural seventh, and the result is a tonal tune with a savory mixolydian flavor and enough strangeness about it to unsettle most first-time listeners:

53. Table Of Contents For Burkholder, J., Ed.: Charles Ives And His World.
Posterity Catches Up with Charles Ives, 423. Charles Ives America's MusicalProphet, 430. Charles E. Ives 1874-1954, 433. Index, 443. List of Contributors,454.
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Reviews TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface and Acknowledgments Ives and the Four Musical Traditions Innovation and Nostalgia: Ives, Mahler, and the Origins of Modernism Ives's Concord Sonata and the Texture of Music Charles Ives and the American Democratic Tradition Of Men and Mountains: Ives in the Adirondacks Selected Correspondence 1881-1954 Selected Reviews 1888-1951 Charles E. Ives Charles E. Ives Charles Ives: The Man and His Music (Excerpt) An American Innovator, Charles Ives Ives Today: His Vision and Challenge Four Symphonies by Charles Ives Tardy Recognition: Emergence of Charles Ives as Strongly Individual Figure in American Music On Horseback to Heaven Posterity Catches Up with Charles Ives Charles Ives - America's Musical Prophet Charles E. Ives: 1874-1954 Index List of Contributors Return to Book Description File created: 12/17/02 Questions and comments to:

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Symphony No. 3. New York Philharmonic. Bernstein Leonard. 18741954. 86. Ives Charles.The Unanswered Question. New York Philharmonic. Bernstein Leonard. 1874-1954. 86. hijk.htm
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59. Vivian Perlis / Charles Ives Remembered
Charles Ives (18741954) was publicly an insurance executive but privately a composerwhose eccentric works and paradoxical life would intrigue, perplex, and
Charles Ives Remembered
An Oral History
Vivian Perlis
Foreword by J. Peter Burkholder
Interweaving photographs, concert programs, scores, and drawings with the texts of more than fifty interviews with family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues, Charles Ives Remembered is a vivid memory portrait of an enigmatic American composer, told in the voices of the people who knew him best. Charles Ives (1874-1954) was publicly an insurance executive but privately a composer whose eccentric works and paradoxical life would intrigue, perplex, and inspire generations to come after him. Moving from Ives's childhood and years at Yale to his business and musical careers, the memories and reflections assembled in this Kinkeldey Award-winning volume provide a multifaceted and humanizing view of an American musical icon. " Charles Ives Remembered is a classic of American music literature. The Ives of these remembrances emerges as a deeply human, generous, and intensely private person. The depth of his philosophical thought and the astonishing vision of a new musical language are all here in Vivian Perlis's interviews. We are indebted to her. If American composers want a model of wit, humility, and utterly fearless artistic invention, the Charles Ives who is brought to life in these pages is indeed the right choice." John Adams , composer "In the twenty-first century, Ives's stature as America's most profound visionary composer continues to grow. It is so important to again have access to these essential sources which allow us to understand him as a man and as a part of our nation's cultural history."

60. Charles E. Ives
Charles Edward Ives (18741954) Known for his independence from musical fads andhis flair for experimentation, Charles Edward Ives was truly a native son of
Charles Edward Ives Charles Edward Ives (1874-1954)
Known for his independence from musical fads and his flair for experimentation, Charles Edward Ives was truly a native son of Danbury. His father George, who had served as a Civil War band leader, was Charles' most influential teacher and had engaged himself in various musical experiments. Thus it was that Charles interwove fragments from traditional patriotic marches and hymns with the unconventional techniques acquired from his father. Unfortunately, Danbury residents and Americans in general were not receptive to this native son. When several of his orchestral works premiered in New York, Los Angeles and Boston during the 1930's, the audiences were openly hostile. The bulk of Charles Ives's music was composed during the years between 1896 and 1916. During that time span, he graduated from Yale (1898), formed a very successful insurance company with Julian Myrick (1907), and married Harmony Twichell (1910). It was not until well after he stopped composing that a changing public revised its assessment of his music. Finally, in 1947 Charles Ives was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for the Third Symphony he had written 40 years earlier. By then a wealthy man due to success in his insurance business, he gave away the $500 prize money.

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