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  1. Charles Edward Ives, 1874-1954: A Bibliography of His Music by Dominique De Lerma, 1970
  2. A Temporary Mimeographed Catalogue of the Music...By John Kirkpatrick a Temporary Mimeographed Catalogue of the Music Manuscripts and Related Materials of Charles Edward Ives, 1874-1954 by John Kirkpatrick, 1973
  3. Biography - Ives, Charles Edward (1874-1954): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  4. A temporary mimeographed catalogue of the music manuscripts and related materials of Charles Edward Ives, 1874-1954: Given by Mrs. Ives to the Library of the Yale School of Music, September 1955 by John Kirkpatrick, 1976
  5. Charles E. Ives (1874-1954): Second Piano Sonata Concord, Mass. 1840-60 (Kalmus Study Scores No.901) by Charles E. And Edwin F. Kalmus Ives, 1968
  6. Charles E. Ives (1874-1954): Second Piano Sonata "Concord, Mass., 1840-60" (Kalmus Study Scores) by Edwin F. Kalmus, 1968
  7. Charles E. Ives, 1874-1954: Trio for violin, cello and piano (1904-1911 in Ives's list). Comparison of sources compiled in 1962-1963, using the measure-numbering of the Peer edition by John Kirkpatrick, 1963
  8. A Temporary Mimeographed Catalogue of the Music Manuscripts and Related Materials of Charles Edward Ives, 1874-1954 by John Kirkpatrick, 1973
  9. Charles E. Ives: 1874-1954 by Leo Schrade, 1955
  10. CHARLES EDWARD IVES, 1874-1954: A Bibliography of His Music.
  11. Charles Edward Ives (1874-1954): A selected bibliography by S Cotton, 1976
  12. Charles Ives and Aaron Copland - A Listener's Guide: Parallel Lives Series, No. 1 Their Lives and Their Music by Daniel Felsenfeld, 2004-11-01
  13. Charles Ives Remembered: AN ORAL HISTORY (Music in American Life) by Vivian Perlis, 2002-07-24
  14. The Charles Ives Tunebook, Second Edition by Clayton W. Henderson, 2008-06-11

1. Ives, Charles
John Adams The Dharma at Big Sur/My Father Knew Charles Ives, Stars Stripes America's Greatest Hits, Charles Ives Symphony No. 2 / The Gong on the Hook Ladder, or
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  • My Father Knew Charles Ives: I. Concord My Father Knew Charles Ives: II. The Lake My Father Knew Charles Ives: III. The Mountain
  • Album Description Featuring two highly-acclaimed commissioned orchestral works, The Dharma At Big Sur and My Father Knew Charles Ives, performed by the BBC Sumphony with Adams himself conducting. While panoramic in scope, these multi-part pieces are also deeply personal in nature. Described as "autobiographical sound memories" by the BBC, they evoke the well-traveled American composer's east coast/west coast life and wide-ranging musical education. Customer Reviews: beautiful I'm a pianist and i find The Dharma at Big Sur to be one of the most beautiful pieces i've ever heard. The Ives piece is good, but i'm not too crazy about it.

    2. Artists - IVES, CHARLES - Birdland Records, 428 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
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    3. Vinyl Records By Ives, Charles
    No Image Available Symphony No. 1 Classical Used LP LSC 2893 RCA 1966 White Dog Stereo Original. Morton Gould Conducting The Chicago Symphony Orchestra .
    Ives, Charles
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    1966 White Dog Stereo Original. Morton Gould Conducting The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.... more details No Image
    Available Three Places In New England / Symphony No. 3
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    Hanson, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra. FR1/FR1 Color Back.... more details No Image
    Available Symphony No. 3 / Orchestral Set No. 2
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    Sealed 1985 US Gatefold. CBS Masterworks Digital Recording. Michael Tilsson Thomas Conducting The Concertgebouw Orchestra. ... more details Three Places In New England
    Classical Used - LP SR 90149 Mercury Rare Deep Groove Color Back Stereo Original. FR1/FR1 Matrixes. Howard Hanson, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra. ... more details Symphony No. 2 Classical Used - LP SXL 6753 Decca UK Stereo Original. One Of The Rarest Titles In The Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra / Zubin Mehta Series. ... more details No Image Available Concord Sonata Classical Used - LP S 8005 Time Deep Groove Stereo Original, Gatefold Cover. Aloys Kontarsky, Piano; Theo Plumacher, Viola; Willy Scwhegler, Flute....

    4. Charles Ives
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    5. Ives, Charles
    Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and links to biographical essays.
    Ives, Charles
    Ives, Charles
    Period: Early 20th Century
    Born: Tuesday, October 20, 1874 in Danbury, Connecticut (USA)
    Died: Wednesday, May 19, 1954 in New York, New York (USA)
    Nation of Origin: United States
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    Major Works:

    Symphony No. 3 (The Camp Meeting)
    The Unanswered Question (for chamber orchestra)
    Concord Sonata (for piano) Other Information: Ives won the pulitzer prize for Symphony No. 3 in 1947. His compositions are remarkable for their use of polytonality, polyrhythms, and complex harmonies. He used popular music and hymns of New England as an inspiration. Many avante-garde composers of later years used techniques inspired by Charles Ives. General Bibliography: Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors,

    6. IVES, Charles Edward [1874-1954] -- American Composer
    Provides a brief article and an extensive list of annotated links to related sites. His family genealogy is provided on a separate page.
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    IVES family ODT Contents: Was better known in his lifetime as a successful insurance salesman. Few of his works were publicly performed before he stopped composing in 1930. In 1947, Ives was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his Symphony No. 3. That happy event – and Leonard Bernstein championing his cause – were instrumental in rehabilitating Ives' reputation as an American genius of musical innovation.
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    7. Charles Ives - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Name Ives, Charles Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 20, 1874 Place of birth Date of death May 19, 1954 Place of death
    Charles Ives
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For the New Zealand international football (soccer) player, see Charles Ives (footballer) Charles Ives
    This photo from around 1913 shows Ives in his "day job". He was the director of a successful insurance agency. Background information Birth name Charles Edward Ives Born October 20, 1874 Origin Danbury Connecticut Died May 19, 1954 Occupations composer insurance agent Charles Edward Ives (October 20, 1874 ā€“ May 19, 1954) was an American modernist composer . He is widely regarded as one of the first American composers of international renown. Ives' music was largely ignored during his life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years. Over time, Ives came to be regarded as an "American Original". Ives combined the American popular and church-music traditions of his youth with European art music, and was among the first composers to engage in a systematic program of experimental music , with musical techniques including polytonality polyrhythm tone clusters aleatoric elements, and quarter tones foreshadowing many musical innovations of the 20th century.

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    9. The Charles Ives Society - Charles Edward Ives, An American Composer
    Biography, bibliography, works, and descriptive catalogue.

    Catalogue of Ives' published music

    All of Ives' published music, listed by medium, with the publisher and timings. With links to sound clips.
    Photo gallery

    A dozen important photos of Ives progressing from an early age to two handsome color images from 1950.
    Performance Calendar

    Forthcoming Ives performances around the world are listed here.
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    Click here to email the Executive Editor of the Society. (Answer to first question: No, the Society is not a membership organization, sorry. But do register so we can send you interesting news periodically.)
    The Ives Society Suggested Reading Useful Links ... Ives the man; His life Here you can read the finest short biographical piece on Ives. It's by Jan Swafford, the author of Charles Ives: A Life with Music A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives James Sinclair's authoritive catalogue with updatings.

    10. Charles Edward Ives - Classical Archives
    Biography and works.

    11. Ives Biography: Model For Topnav EXCEPT Catalogue
    Charles Edward Ives (18741954) For all his singularity, the Yankee maverick Charles Ives is among the most representative of American artists.
    Charles Edward Ives For all his singularity, the Yankee maverick Charles Ives is among the most representative of American artists. Optimistic, idealistic, fiercely democratic, he unified the voice of the American people with the forms and traditions of European classical music. The result, in his most far-reaching work, is like nothing ever imagined before him: music at once unique and as familiar as a tune whistled in childhood, music that can conjure up the pandemonium of a small-town Fourth of July or the quiet of a New England church, music of visionary spirituality built from the humblest materialsan old gospel hymn, a patriotic tune, a sentimental parlor song. The way in which Ives pursued his goal of a democratic art, and his career of creating at the highest level of ambition while making a fortune in the life insurance business, perhaps could only have happened in the United States. And perhaps only there could such an isolated, paradoxical figure make himself into a major artist. Charles Ives was born in the small manufacturing town of Danbury, Connecticut, on October 20, 1874, two years before Brahms finished his First Symphony. During the Civil War his father George Ives had been the Union's youngest bandmaster, his band called the best in the army. When the war ended George had returned to Danbury to take up the unusual trade, in that business-oriented town, of musician.

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    13. Ives, Charles Definition Of Ives, Charles In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Ives, Charles (Ä«vz), 1874ā€“1954, American composer and organist, b. Danbury, Conn., grad. Yale, 1898; pupil of Dudley Buck and Horatio Parker., Charles

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    Encyclopedia Ives, Charles. Ives, Charles (Ä«vz) , 1874ā€“1954, American composer and organist, b. Danbury, Conn., grad. Yale, 1898; pupil of Dudley Buck and Horatio Parker.

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    16. Charles Ives
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    17. Category:Ives, Charles - IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library: Free Public Domain Sheet
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    18. Ives, Charles Books
    Like Prentice Hall PreAlgebra, by Charles, 7th Edition, Grade 6-8, Prentice Hall Mathematics by Charles, Grade 6, Course 1, Prentice Hall Mathematics, by Charles, Grade 8, Course

    19. Charles Ives: A Life With Music
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    A Life With Music

    By Jan Swafford Chapter One: At Home The settlers laid out Towne Street, the future Main, along the Indian trail that had brought them there. They erected their spare houses along it and planted crops, and the land proved fertile. Other families arrived, some bearing names also destined for local renown: Starr, Wildman, and Wood. In 1687 the twenty families in the settlement petitioned the General Court for a charter under the name Swampfield, which described much of the land. Governor Robert Treat granted the charter but decreed the more propitious name of Danbury, after a town in his native Essex. As New Englanders did in those days, the people of Danbury worked together raising houses, pulling stumps, planting and harvesting. Most were Congregationalist, also like most New Englanders; the entire community cooperated to erect the first meetinghouse in 1695. In the next century a dispute erupted around First Congregational Church and Reverend Ebenezer White, father of Joseph Moss White, who would be father-in-law of Danbury's first Ives. Another Yankee determined to find his own way up the mountain, Reverend White denounced church control of government and the doctrines of original sin and infant damnation. The imbroglio around his dismissal in 1764 divided the citizenry and led to the formation of White's New Danbury Church. Some disaffected Congregationalists joined the Episcopal church, founded in 1762. This spiritual controversy and its outcome boded a town relatively diverse in religious makeup and, in the end, relatively tolerant as web.

    20. Ives, Charles | Free Piano Sheet Music | PianoFiles
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