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         Ives Charles:     more books (100)
  1. Essays Before a Sonata, The Majority, and Other Writings by Charles Ives, 1999-01-17
  2. Charles Ives: A Life with Music by Jan Swafford, 1998-01-17
  3. Charles Edward Ives and His Piano Sonata No. 2: "Concord, Mass., 1840-1860" by Alice S. Reed, 2006-07-06
  4. 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
  5. 114 Songs by Charles Ives by Charles Ives, 1933-10-01
  6. Charles Ives and His World
  7. Charles Ives Remembered: AN ORAL HISTORY (Music in American Life) by Vivian Perlis, 2002-07-24
  8. The Charles Ives Tunebook, Second Edition by Clayton W. Henderson, 2008-06-11
  9. Charles Ives & His Amer by Rossiter Frank, 1980-01-01
  10. Charles Ives: A Research and Information Guide (Routledge Music Bibliographies) by Gayle Sherwood Magee, 2010-04-20
  11. Music's Connecticut Yankee: An introduction to the life and music of Charles Ives by Helen R Sive, 1977
  12. Charles Ives Reconsidered (Music in American Life) by Gayle Sherwood Magee, 2010-06-29
  13. What Charlie Heard: The Story of the American Composer Charles Ives by Mordicai Gerstein, 2004-03
  14. The Music of Charles Ives (Composers of the Twentieth Century Serie) by Philip Lambert, 1997-08-11

1. Charles Ives - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
2 Sources of Charles Ives’ tonal imagery are hymn tunes and traditional songs, the town band at holiday parade, the fiddlers at Saturday night dances,
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Jump to: navigation search This photo from around 1913 shows Ives in his "day job". He was the director of a successful insurance agency. Charles Edward Ives October 20 May 19 ) was an American composer of modernist classical music . He is widely regarded as one of the first American classical composers of international significance. Ives' music was largely ignored during his life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years. Over time, Ives would come 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 tone clusters , and quarter tones Sources of Charles Ives’ tonal imagery are hymn tunes and traditional songs, the town band at holiday parade, the fiddlers at Saturday night dances, patriotic songs, sentimental parlor ballads, and the melodies of Stephen Foster . His works have dissonance , which comes from untrained voices singing a hymn together: some voices straining and sharpening the pitch, others just missing and flattening the pitch, creating a cluster of tones instead of a single tone. In addition, Charles Ives' music has

2. Charles Ives - Wikipedia
Translate this page Charles Ives starb 1954 in New York. In den folgenden Jahrzehnten wuchs allmählich sein Ansehen, und heute wird er als einer der wichtigsten Komponist
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Ives wurde am 20. Oktober 1874 in Danbury, Connecticut, als Sohn eines US-Armee-Kapellmeisters geboren. Bereits in fr¼hem Alter bekam er Musikunterricht von seinem Vater, der ein sehr unkonventioneller Mann gewesen sein muss. Sp¤ter studierte Ives bei Horatio Parker an der Yale-Universit¤t . Nach seinem Abschluss entschloss er sich jedoch, erneut auf Anraten seines Vaters, f¼r einen konventionellen Beruf, weil er glaubte, musikalische Kompromisse schlieŸen zu m¼ssen, wenn er von der Musik leben wolle. Daher begann er seine Laufbahn bei einer Lebensversicherung, wobei er nebenher bis zu seinem dreiŸigsten Lebensjahr als Organist t¤tig war. Musik komponierte er in seiner Freizeit. Nach seiner Heirat mit Harmony Twitchell, einer Krankenschwester, im Jahr 1908 zog Ives nach New York City. Die Ehe blieb kinderlos. 1916 adoptierte das Paar die 15 Monate alte Edith Osborne (1914–1956). Sein Auskommen hatte er nun in seiner eigenen Versicherung . Er blieb weiterhin ein ¼beraus produktiver Komponist bis zu seinem ersten Herzinfarkt 1918, nach welchem er das Komponieren ziemlich einschr¤nkte. Seine letzte originale Komposition "Sunrise" f¼r Stimme und Streichquartett ¼ber einen eigenen Text komponierte er 1926. Danach folgten noch etliche Revisionen und œberarbeitungen fr¼herer Werke. Durch seine Arbeit in der Versicherung zu einem stattlichen Verm¶gen gekommen, finanzierte er Konzerte, Publikationen und Aufnahmen von befreundeten Komponisten.

3. Charles Ives --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on Charles Ives significant American composer who is known for a number of innovations that anticipated most of the
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died May 19, 1954, New York City Charles Ives Clara E. Sipprell significant American composer who is known for a number of innovations that anticipated most of the later musical developments of the 20th century. Ives received his earliest musical instruction from his father, who was a Ives, Charles... (75 of 836 words) To read the full article, activate your FREE Trial Commonly Asked Questions About Charles Ives Close Enable free complete viewings of Britannica premium articles when linked from your website or blog-post. Now readers of your website, blog-post, or any other web content can enjoy full access to this article on Charles Ives , or any Britannica premium article for free, even those readers without a premium membership. Just copy the HTML code fragment provided below to create the link and then paste it within your web content. For more details about this feature, visit our

4. Charles Ives
Charles Ives, Pulitzer Prize winning composer. Born in Danbury, Connecticut.
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5. Charles Ives - A Profile Of Charles Ives
Charles Ives, one of the greatest American composers of the 20th century, lead a very different life from that of other famous composers.
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  • Although Ives received formal training in classical music, because he worked full time in the insurance business, his music was considered by many to be 'amateur'.
  • In 1927, according to his wife, Harmony, Charles came down the stairs with tears in his eyes saying he couldn't compose anymore - nothing sounded right. (This also happened to Jean Sibelius. It still remains a mystery to musicologists as to why it happens.)

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U.S. composer. Transcendentalism c. 1926. His music is tonal despite much dissonance, atmospheric, and nostalgic, and it runs the gamut from sentimental or quirkily humorous songs to exciting tone poems ( The Fourth of July , 1913) and weighty meditations ( Concord Sonata , 1915). He apparently made many remarkable tonal innovations, though questions have been raised about whether he later predated his works to give a misleading impression. His music was rediscovered late in his life; the third of his four symphonies won a Pulitzer Prize in 1947. document.writeln(AAMB2); More on "Charles E. Ives" from the 32 Volume 12-tone music - large body of music, written roughly since World War I, that uses the so-called 12-tone method or technique of composition. The Austrian-born composer Arnold Schoenberg is credited with the invention of this technique, although other composers (e.g., the American composer Charles Ives and the Austrian Josef Hauer) anticipated Schoenberg's invention by writing music that in a few respects was ... symphony - Important symphonists of the early 20th century include many non-Germans. Carl Nielsen and Jean Sibelius, the former Danish, the latter Finnish, both owe much to the Viennese symphonists but acquired individual styles that resulted in new conceptions of symphonic form. Nielsen's six symphonies display a kind of unity based on "progressive" or "emergent" harmony, one key moving on to the next in ...

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Charles would often sing a song in one key, while his father accompanied in another key. It was from his father that Charles Ives also learned the music of
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Charles Edward Ives more Charles Edward Ives (October 20, 1874–May 19, 1954) was an American composer of classical music. He is widely regarded as one of the first American classical composers of international significance. Ives's music was largely ignored during his life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years. Over time, Ives would come to be regarded as one of the "American Originals", a composer working in a uniquely American style, with American folk tunes woven through his music, and a reaching sense of the possibilities in music.
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The State Composer Abstract The State Composer Charles ives charles Edward Ives (18741954) was born at the family home in Danbury, and was taught the

9. The Charles Ives Society - Charles Edward Ives, An American Composer
Official site. Biography, background information, bibliography, works, links, and descriptive catalogue.

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All of Ives' published music, listed by medium, with the publisher and timings. With links to sound clips.
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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 Yale's online access to Ives holdings: the complete, updated Sinclair catalogue, Vivian Perlis' Register to the Ives papers, and the John Kirkpatrick papers. Search for "Ives," or click

10. Charles Ives
Classical Music Pages article from The Grove Concise Dictionary of Music with companion essay on his father s influence and a picture gallery.
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Charles Ives (1874-1954)
Detailed Information about Introduction (born Danbury, CT, 20 October 1874; died New York, 19 May 1954). He was influenced first by his father, a bandmaster who had libertarian ideas about what music might be. When he was perhaps 19 (the dating of his music is nearly always problematic) he produced psalm settings that exploit polytonality and other unusual procedures. He then studied with Parker at Yale (1894-8) and showed some sign of becoming a relatively conventional composer in his First Symphony (1898) and songs of this period. He worked, however, not in music but in the insurance business, and composition became a weekend activity - but one practised assiduously: during the two decades after his graduation he produced three more symphonies and numerous other orchestral works, four violin sonatas, two monumental piano sonatas and numerous songs. The only consistent characteristic of this music is liberation from rule. There are entirely atonal pieces, while others are in the simple harmonic style of a hymn or folksong. Some are highly systematic and abstract in construction; others are filled with quotations from the music of Ives's youth: hymns, popular songs, ragtime dances, marches etc. Some, like the

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Born in Danbury, Connecticut on 20 October 1874, charles ives pursued what is perhaps one of the most extraordinary and paradoxical careers in American

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Born in Danbury, Connecticut on 20 October 1874, Charles Ives pursued what is perhaps one of the most extraordinary and paradoxical careers in American music history. Businessman by day and composer by night, Ives's vast output has gradually brought him recognition as the most original and significant American composer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Inspired by transcendentalist philosophy, Ives sought a highly personalized musical expression through the most innovative and radical technical means possible. A fascination with bi-tonal forms, polyrhythms, and quotation was nurtured by his father who Ives would later acknowledge as the primary creative influence on his musical style. Studies at Yale with Horatio Parker guided an expert control overlarge-scale forms.
Ironically, much of Ives's work would not be heard until his virtual retirement from music and business in 1930 due to severe health problems. The conductor Nicolas Slonimsky, music critic Henry Bellamann, pianist John Kirkpatrick (who performed the Concord Sonata at its triumphant premiere in New York in 1939), and the composer Lou Harrison (who conducted the premiere of the

12. A Charles Ives Web Site
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The American composer Charles Ives learned a great deal from his bandmaster father, not least a love of the music of Bach. At the same time he was exposed to a variety of very American musical influences, later reflected in his own idiosyncratic compositions. Ives was educated at Yale and made a career in insurance, reserving his activities as a composer for his leisure hours. Ironically, by the time that his music had begun to arouse interest, his own inspiration and energy as a composer had waned, so that for the last thirty years of his life he wrote little, while his reputation grew. Orchestral Music The symphonies of Ives include music essentially American in inspiration and adventurous in structure and texture, collages of Americana, expressed in a musical idiom that makes use of complex polytonality (the use of more than one key or tonality at the same time) and rhythm. The Third Symphony, for small orchestra, reflects much of Ives's own background, carrying the explanatory title Camp Meeting and movement titles Old Folks Gatherin', Children's Day and Communion. The Fourth Symphony includes a number of hymns and Gospel songs, and his so-called First Orchestral Set, otherwise known as New England Symphony, depicts three places in New England.

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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
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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 Twitchell (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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17. Charles Ives, America's Greatest Composer
Was charles ives America s greatest composer? New CD, ives Plays ives. Classical record reviews and commentary by a passionate fan.
He's been dubbed the greatest American composer by such cultural shapers as Time magazine and Leonard Bernstein. You've never heard of Charles Ives? That's OK - he wouldn't have cared. But wait - aren't America's contributions to classical music surely eclipsed by its gifts to jazz, blues, country, pop and, of course, good old rock 'n' roll? Could Ives really have been more important than Louis Armstrong, Robert Johnson, Hank Williams, George Gershwin or Chuck Berry? Well, to each his own. But greatest or not, Ives is surely the quintessential American composer. His music bursts at every seam with the idiom of our culture. Like America itself, Ives brimmed with all our contradictions and complexity, an amalgam of traditional roots and far-reaching vision. Ives was born and raised in Connecticut. The New England Transcendentalists' belief in nature and self-reliance imbued him with a basic faith both in the common man and in himself. His views were stretched by his father George, the leader of the Danbury village band, who loved to experiment with acoustics (exploring the sound of instruments in various natural settings), counterpoint (playing melody and harmony in different keys), dissonance (constructing a machine to divide octaves into hundreds of microtones) and happenstance (arranging for bands playing different songs to pass each other in parades). This clash of old and new would come to permeate Ives's music, which confidently tosses together everyday elements in bizarre extremes. Superficially, at least, it can seem like haphazard primitive junk.

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... Home Page Charles Ives Life American composer of exceptional inventiveness, Charles Ives learned a great deal from his bandmaster father. He began composing before he went to Yale to study music and where he played the organ. Afterwards he had a successful career working in insurance and he only composed in his leisure hours.
Eventually his health suffered from the strain and he composed very little after 1927, although his reputation grew. They are expressed in a musical idiom that makes use of complex polytonality (the use of more than one key or tonality at the same time) and rhythm. Charles Ives Works Ives’s third symphony, for small orchestra, entitled "Camp Meeting", reflects much of his own background, and has separate movement titles "Old Folks Gatherin'", "Children's Day" and "Communion". The fourth symphony includes a number of hymns and Gospel songs, and his so-called First Orchestral Set, otherwise known as New England Symphony, which depicts three places in New England. He wrote a number of psalm settings, part-songs and verse settings for unison voices and orchestra.

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