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Charles Ives and his music

Henry Cowell

Charles Ives and his music

by Henry Cowell and Sidney Cowell.

by Henry Cowell

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ives, Charles, -- 1874-1954.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCowell, Sidney Robertson.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 253 p. facsim., ports. ;
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18786355M
    ISBN 100195007808

    Mists: Charles Ives for Jazz Orchestra is an internationally acclaimed jazz album produced by Planet Arts Recordings and released in August The recording is centered on Charles Ives' art song arranged for 17 piece jazz orchestra by composer Jack Cooper; this is a Third stream approach to jazz made more widely known by earlier band leaders and composers such as Genre: Jazz, Big band, instrumental. Product Information. Charles Ives is famous for using borrowed material in his music. Almost individual works or movements, spanning his entire career and representing more than a third of his output, incorporate music by other composers or from his own previous work.


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He has taught no pupils, he has founded no 'school.'5/5(2). Dust jacket notes: Often called 'the father of American music, ' Charles Ives, who died in May Charles Ives and His Music: Henry and Sidney Cowell: : Books Skip to main contentCited by: Composer Henry Cowell and his musicologist wife published this book inshortly after Ives' death.

Cowell Charles Ives and his music book an early supporter of Ives' music when he was mostly written off as too complicated or dissonant or whatever. Ives' 4th symphony is absolutely the greatest symphony of its time (IMO) & his Concord Sonata is the greatest piano sontata of its time (IMO)/5.

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Charles Ives wrote some of Charles Ives and his music book most innovative scores of the 20th century in his home, and at night and on vacation, while building a life-insurance empire in Connecticut.

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This volume shows Charles Ives in the context of his world in a number of revealing ways. Five new essays examine Ives's relationships to European music and to American music, politics, business, and landscape. Peter Burkholder shows Ives as a composer well versed in four distinctive musical traditions who blended them in his mature music/5(9).

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This volume shows Charles Ives in the context of his world in a number of revealing ways. Five new essays examine Ives's relationships to European music and to American music, politics, business, and landscape.

Peter Burkholder shows Ives as a composer well versed in four distinctive musical traditions who blended them in his mature music/5(9). Civil war marches, hymns, parlour songs - Charles Ives transformed his country's everyday sounds into some of the most innovative orchestral music ever : Jan Swafford.

Artist Biography by. Charles Ives was the son of George Ives, a Danbury, Connecticut bandmaster and a musical experimenter whose approach heavily influenced his son. Charles Ives' musical skills quickly developed; he was playing organ services at the local Presbyterian church from the age of 12 and began to compose at Charles Edward Ives (/ aɪ v z /; Octo – ) was an American modernist composer, one of the first American composers of international renown.

His music was largely ignored during his early life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years. Later in life, the quality of his music was publicly recognized, and he came to be regarded as an Born: OctoDanbury, Connecticut.

In his music Charles Ives would employ the means at hand, in memory, toward the attainment of a glorious end. The Puritans pursued wealth as a sign of. The most striking change in Ives’s image concerns the scope of his oeuvre, which was enriched by the publication in of James Sinclair’s A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles.

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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. InCharles Ives received the Pulitzer Prize for Music for his ‘Symphony No.

3, The Camp Meeting’, written between and Intwelve years after his death, Ives received the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Classical Composition for his ‘Symphony No. 4, S. 4 (K. 1A4)’, written between and   Charles Ives, perhaps the quintessential American composer of the twentieth century, drew on his childhood experiences in a small New England town in his music.

Through his close relationship with his father, George, a Civil War bandmaster, Ives developed a powerful feeling for nineteenth-century rural America. First edition cover of Charles Ives and His Music by Henry and Sidney Cowell, Image credit: The Henry Cowell Foundation Henry Cowell's professional relationship with American modernist composer Charles Ives (–) began when Henry founded the journal New Music.

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Peter Burkholder is associate professor of music at Indiana University and president of the Charles Ives Society. His previous books include All Made of Tunes: Charles Ives. A New Biography Of Charles Ives "Mad Music, Charles Ives, the Nostalgic Rebel" () by Stephen Budiansky is a highly engaging, absorbing, and thoughtful biography of the great American composer Charles Ives ( -- ) and a story of the lost America of his /5.

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Peter Burkholder offers the first detailed history of Charles Ives’s aesthetics, showing how his artistic aims changed over the course of his career, highlighting the major influences on his music and thought, and presenting a new periodization of his. Ives had many enemies, including himself, but his real impulse was affection: a desperate affection for the past, and for the joys and possibilities of music-making.

Ives was born in Danbury, Connecticut, inand grew up in a world of music that has now become not just historical but quaint—marches, hymns, sentimental ballads, ragtime. CHARLES IVES: MUSIC, TRANSCENDENTALISM, AND POLITICS ALFRED F. ROSA T HE late composer Henry Cowell, in Charles Ives and His Music, the first and best book on Ives, reveals some in-teresting particulars about this American composer who has only recently begun to receive any real attention.

Born in Danbury, Connecticut, Ives attended Hopkins. Charles Ives is famous for using borrowed material in his music. Almost two hundred individual works or movements, spanning his entire career and representing more than a third of his output, incorporate music by other composers or from his own previous work.

Peter Burkholder (born J ) is an American musicologist and author. His research interests include twentieth-century music, Charles Ives, musical borrowing, American music, analysis, and music history is the co-author of A History of Western Music, 9th Edition, with Donald Jay Grout and Claude V.

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