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Barber: Adagio for Strings; Violin Concerto / Schuman / Ives / Copland ~ Bernstein / Stern
Ives: Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 / Bernstein discusses Charles Ives (Bernstein Century)
Parry: Choral Masterpieces; Songs of Farewell
Sir Hubert Parry composed some of the most masterful and moving choral music of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. His magnificent coronation anthem for Edward VII, I was glad, and his setting of Blake's mystical poem Jerusalem rightly remain famous, while his Magnificat and Nunc dimittis display his debt to Anglican musical traditions. The Songs of Farewell draw psalms and English poetry together into a charming garland, and Long since in ...
Three Places in New England / New England Holidays / They Are There
Polygram Records, 1996
Charles Ives (1874-1954) was doing things with his music that was decades ahead of the rest of the world, especially Europe. He wrote works that were almost unplayable, works that intentionally forced keys, rhythm structures, even melodies to intermix. This collection of orchestral music opens with "There They Are!"--a snappy bit of American patriotism if ever there was one. The masterpiece here is an excellent performance of "Three Places ...
American Originals - Ives & Barber: String Quartets
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Deutsche Grammophon, 1993
America the Beautiful
Violin Sonatas 1-4
Naxos American, 2006
Leopold Stokowski: The Columbia Stereo Recordings
Ludwig van Beethoven
Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
Sony Classical, 2012
LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI was one of the 20th century's greatest conductors, transforming the Philadelphia Orchestra into one of the world's finest in a few seasons. Stokowski championed modern music with countless world premieres and in 1917 began a recording career that would last for sixty years. The Columbia Stereo Recordings includes two recordings with the Philadelphia Orchestra: Falla's El amor brujo and one of his celebrated "Symphonic ...
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Barber: Adagio For Strings / Copland: Quiet City / Ives: Symphony No.3; etc.
Barber; Samuel [Composer]; Ives; Charles [Composer]; Copland; Aaron [Composer], Charles Ives, ...
Barber: Adagio For Strings / Copland: Quiet City / Ives: Symphony No.3, etc. by Academy of St. Martin in the Fields [Orchestra], Sir Neville Marriner [Conductor] This product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
American Jubilee: Popular & Patriotic Works
Ruggles: Complete Music of Carl Ruggles
Michael Tilson Thomas
Other Minds Records, 2012
The Complete Music of Carl Ruggles Michael Tilson Thomas / Buffalo Philharmonic Carl Ruggles (1876-1971) was an innovative American composer who used 'dissonant counterpoint' to fashion a body of work both finely crafted and wrought with emotional power. For fans of Charles Ives, Henry Cowell, and Edgard Varsse, this reissue includes world renowned conductor Michael Tilson Thomas with the Buffalo Philharmonic, the original liner notes plus a ...
Earle Brown Contemporary Sound Series Vol.5
Ives Plays Ives The Complete Recordings of Charles Ives at the Piano, 1933-1943
New World Records, 2006
The invention of sound-recording devices late in the nineteenth century made possible the preservation of definitive performances played or led by some important composers of the first decades of the twentieth century. Elgar, Rachmaninoff, Richard Strauss, and Stravinsky, among others, left a significant legacy of recordings of their own works. Charles Ives, however, did not approach recording in order to leave a legacy. At least at first, he ...
Ives: Four Sonatas
Charles Edward Ives
Deutsche Grammophon, 2011
Ives: Concord Sonata; Songs
Warner Classics, 2004
John Adams: The Dharma at Big Sur/My Father Knew Charles Ives
English Hymn 3
Wells Chathedral Choir & Malcolm Archer
Hyperion UK, 2002
The Essential Leontyne Price: Spirituals, Hymns & Sacred Songs
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