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CDs with: Ives, Charles

A portrait of Charles Ives
The see'r : revised 1912 version : no. 1 of Set no. 1 (:48) -- A lecture by President Arthur Twining Hadley : no. 2 of Set no. 1 (1:01) -- Like a sick eagle : no. 4 of Set no. 1 (1:28) -- Allegretto sombreoso : from Incantation : no. 6 of Set no. 1 (1:27) -- General William Booth enters into heaven (5:06) -- Tone roads : no. 1 (2:42) -- From the steeples and the mountains (3:35) -- Tone roads : no. 3 (3:18) -- Adagio sostenuto : (At sea) : revised 1917 version (1:07) -- Mists (1:39) -- On the Antipodes (2:32) -- The rainbow : (So may it be!) (1:52) -- The pond : (Remembrance) (1:38) -- The bells of Yale : (Battell chimes, or, Chapel chimes) (2:50) -- Calcium light night : 1912 version : no. 5 of Set no. 1 (2:26) -- (cont.): The gong on the hook and ladder : (Firemen's parade on Main Street) (1:49) -- All the way around and back : (scherzo) (1:02) -- Over the pavements : (scherzo) (4:40) -- The ruined river : 1912 version of The new river : no. 3 of Set no. 1 (1:07) -- The Indians : no. 1 of Set no. 2 (1:35) -- "Gyp the Blood," or, Hearst, which is worst? : no. 2 of Set no. 2 (1:14) -- Aeschylus and Sophocles (3:10) -- A set of pieces for theater or chamber orchestra. In the cage ; In the inn : (potpourri) ; In the night (9:00) -- Sunrise (5:58).
CD 1995
A symphony New England holidays ; The unanswered question (revised version) ; Central Park in the dark ; The unanswered question (original version) / Charles Ives.
New England holidays. Washington's Birthday : Winter (10:27) ; Decoration Day : Spring (9:57) ; The Fourth of July : Summer (6:04) ; Thanksgiving and Forefathers' Day : Autumn (14:57).
CD 1875
American brass music
From the steeples and the mountains / Charles Ives (4:12) -- Mutations from Bach / Samuel Barber (5:33) -- Chorale for organ and brass / Roy Harris (12:41) -- Family portrait / Virgil Thomson (11:17) -- Grinnell fanfare (3:01) ; Tall tale (4:12) ; Hymn and fuguing tune : no. 12 (4:18) ; Rondo (4:36) / Henry Cowell -- Brass sextet / Philip Glass (7:27) -- Angels / Carl Ruggles (2:57) -- A fantasy about Purcell's Fantasia upon one note / Elliott Carter (3:08) -- Processional : Let there be light / Charles Ives (2:32).
CD 1580
American elegies.
The unanswered question / Charles Ives. Five songs: Thoreau ; Down East ; Cradle song ; At the river ; Serenity / Charles Ives ; arranged for orchestra by John Adams (Dawn Upshaw, soprano) -- Fog tropes / Ingram Marshall (9:59) -- Madame Press died last week at ninety / Morton Feldman -- Eros piano / John Adams (Paul Crossley, piano) -- Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel / David Diamond.
CD 1756
American festival overture Schuman. Variations on America / Ives, Schuman. Symphony no. 10 : American muse / Schuman.
American festival overture ; New England triptych / Schuman -- Variations on America / Ives ; [orchestrated by] Schuman -- Symphony no. 10: American muse / Schuman.
CD 1379
American muse
American festival overture ; New England triptych / Schuman -- Variations on America / Ives ; [orchestrated by] Schuman -- Symphony no. 10: American muse / Schuman.
CD 1379
American originals
String quartet no. 1 : From the Salvation Army (22:00) ; Scherzo : Holding your own : from A set of three short pieces (1:36) / Charles Ives -- String quartet op. 11 / Samuel Barber (17:00) -- String quartet no. 2 / Charles Ives (25:00).
CD 1915
Amériques Varèse. Symphony no. 4 ; The unanswered question / Ives.
CD 2013
An American celebration, vol. 1
Fanfare for the common man / Aaron Copland -- Melpomene, dramatic overture / George Whitefield Chadwick -- Suite no. 2 in E minor : Indian / Edward MacDowell -- The white peacock, op. 7, no. 1 / Charles Tomlinson Griffes -- A victory ball : fantasy for orchestra / Ernest Schelling -- Three places in New England / Charles Ives -- Music for the theatre / Aaron Copland -- Intégrales / Edgard Varèse -- Memories of my childhood : life in a Russian village / Charles Martin Loeffler -- Concerto grosso no. 1 : for string orchestra with piano obbligato / Ernest Bloch -- An American in Paris / George Gershwin -- Symphony no. 2, op. 30 : Romantic / Howard Hanson -- Four saints in three acts : Acts III and IV (abridged) / Virgil Thomson -- El salón México / Aaron Copland -- Sun-treader / Carl Ruggles -- Prairie journal / Aaron Copland -- Third symphony / Roy Harris -- Essay no. 1 / Samuel Barber -- The devil and Daniel Webster : suite / Bernard Herrmann -- Old California / William Grant Still -- Serenade : for solo flute, harp, and strings / Howard Hanson -- Lincoln portrait / Aaron Copland -- Appalachian spring : suite / Aaron Copland -- Symphony no. 2, op. 35 / Paul Creston -- Hymn and fuguing tune no. 2 / Henry Cowell -- Symphony no. 6 / William Schuman.
CD 2413
Be glad then, America : the President's own United States Marine Band / Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig, director.
For The President's Own / John Williams (4:25) -- New England triptych. "Be glad then America" ; "When Jesus wept" ; "Chester" / William Schuman (17:01) -- Memories, very pleasant and rather sad : a Charles Ives song set. Remembrance ; Memories (a. Very pleasant) ; Memories (b. Rather sad) ; The circus band ; The things our fathers loved ; Old home day / Charles Ives ; transcribed by Jonathan Elkus (Gunnery Sergeant Sara Dell'Omo, mezzo-soprano) (9:56) -- Symphonic songs : for band. Serenade ; Spiritual ; Celebration / Robert Russell Bennett (13:33) -- Psalm : for band / Vincent Persichetti (7:50) -- Finale from Symphony No. 3 / Aaron Copland ; transcribed by Donald Patterson (13:30).
CD 3417
Black angels
Black angels / George Crumb (18:15) -- Spem in alium / Thomas Tallis ; arranged by Kronos (8:52) -- Doom. A sigh / István Márta (10:54) -- They are there! / Charles Ives ; Kronos part arranged by John Geist (2:47) -- Quartet no. 8 / Dmitri Shostakovich (20:00).
CD 1486
Celestial country
Psalm 135 (5:49) -- Psalm 67 (3:00) -- Easter carol (6:03) -- Crossing the bar (4:38) -- Psalm 54 (3:31) -- Psalm 90 (10:43) -- The celestial country (34:13).
CD 1402
Charles Ives's America
Prologue: Variations on "America" -- Battle cries of freedom: Overterue and March "1776" -- "They are there!" (a war march song) -- Town and gown: Suite, Old home days: Waltz ; "The opera house" and "Old home day" ; "The collection" ; Slow march ; "London Bridge is falling down!" -- March, "Intercollegiate" -- Fugue in C -- March, "Omega Lambda Chi" -- Variations on "Jerusalem the golden" -- March, "A son of a gambolier" -- Postlude in F -- "Band stuff": Country band march -- "Decoration Day" from Four New England holidays -- Horseplay: "Charlie Rutlage" -- March, "The circus band" -- Runaway horse on Main Street" -- March no. 6 "Here's to good old Yale" -- Epilogue: "The Alcotts" (from Piano sonata no. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840-1860).
CD 2644
Contrasts / Bartók. Largo ; Songs / Ives. L'histoire du soldat : suite / Stravinsky
Songs. The things our fathers loved (1:52) ; Walking (2:13) ; Like a sick eagle (1:57) ; Ann Street--Broadway (:51) ; The cage (1:16) ; The see'r (:49) ; The Housatonic at Stockbridge (3:39) ; In the mornin' (2:09) ; Serenity (2:45) / Ives.
CD 1230
From the steeples and the mountains American brass music.
From the steeples and the mountains / Charles Ives (4:12) -- Mutations from Bach / Samuel Barber (5:33) -- Chorale for organ and brass / Roy Harris (12:41) -- Family portrait / Virgil Thomson (11:17) -- Grinnell fanfare (3:01) ; Tall tale (4:12) ; Hymn and fuguing tune : no. 12 (4:18) ; Rondo (4:36) / Henry Cowell -- Brass sextet / Philip Glass (7:27) -- Angels / Carl Ruggles (2:57) -- A fantasy about Purcell's Fantasia upon one note / Elliott Carter (3:08) -- Processional : Let there be light / Charles Ives (2:32).
CD 1580
Holidays
New England holidays. Washington's Birthday : Winter (10:27) ; Decoration Day : Spring (9:57) ; The Fourth of July : Summer (6:04) ; Thanksgiving and Forefathers' Day : Autumn (14:57).
CD 1875
John Adams conducts American elegies
The unanswered question / Charles Ives. Five songs: Thoreau ; Down East ; Cradle song ; At the river ; Serenity / Charles Ives ; arranged for orchestra by John Adams (Dawn Upshaw, soprano) -- Fog tropes / Ingram Marshall (9:59) -- Madame Press died last week at ninety / Morton Feldman -- Eros piano / John Adams (Paul Crossley, piano) -- Elegy in memory of Maurice Ravel / David Diamond.
CD 1756
Live in concert
Moorside march from A moorside suite / Gustav Holst (4:29) -- The corsair overture / Hector Berlioz (9:12) -- English folk song suite / Ralph Vaughan Williams (11:50) -- Postlude in F / Charles Ives (5:00) -- Catena : refrains and variations for 31 wind instruments and percussion (1988) / Tristan Keuris (13:52) -- Suite française / Darius Milhaud (15:48) -- "Awayday" / Adam Gorb (6:25) -- Scherzo for band / Gioachino Rossini (3:01) -- "Entry of the gladiators" / Julius Fucik (2:59) -- "The circus bee" / Henry Fillmore (2:37) -- "Nobles of the mystic shrine" / John Philip Sousa (3:36).
CD 2083
New England triptych
American festival overture ; New England triptych / Schuman -- Variations on America / Ives ; [orchestrated by] Schuman -- Symphony no. 10: American muse / Schuman.
CD 1379
Orchestra music. Selections
American festival overture ; New England triptych / Schuman -- Variations on America / Ives ; [orchestrated by] Schuman -- Symphony no. 10: American muse / Schuman.
CD 1379
Piano sonatas Ives, Harbison.
Piano sonata no. 2 : "Concord, Mass., 1840-1860" / Charles Ives (49:45) -- Piano sonata, no. 1 / John Harbison (16:44)
CD 1678
Robert Browning overture
CD 1996
Robert Browning overture Ives. Symphonie no. 3 / Hartmann.
CD 1996
Selections
The see'r : revised 1912 version : no. 1 of Set no. 1 (:48) -- A lecture by President Arthur Twining Hadley : no. 2 of Set no. 1 (1:01) -- Like a sick eagle : no. 4 of Set no. 1 (1:28) -- Allegretto sombreoso : from Incantation : no. 6 of Set no. 1 (1:27) -- General William Booth enters into heaven (5:06) -- Tone roads : no. 1 (2:42) -- From the steeples and the mountains (3:35) -- Tone roads : no. 3 (3:18) -- Adagio sostenuto : (At sea) : revised 1917 version (1:07) -- Mists (1:39) -- On the Antipodes (2:32) -- The rainbow : (So may it be!) (1:52) -- The pond : (Remembrance) (1:38) -- The bells of Yale : (Battell chimes, or, Chapel chimes) (2:50) -- Calcium light night : 1912 version : no. 5 of Set no. 1 (2:26) -- (cont.): The gong on the hook and ladder : (Firemen's parade on Main Street) (1:49) -- All the way around and back : (scherzo) (1:02) -- Over the pavements : (scherzo) (4:40) -- The ruined river : 1912 version of The new river : no. 3 of Set no. 1 (1:07) -- The Indians : no. 1 of Set no. 2 (1:35) -- "Gyp the Blood," or, Hearst, which is worst? : no. 2 of Set no. 2 (1:14) -- Aeschylus and Sophocles (3:10) -- A set of pieces for theater or chamber orchestra. In the cage ; In the inn : (potpourri) ; In the night (9:00) -- Sunrise (5:58).
CD 1995
Selections
Prologue: Variations on "America" -- Battle cries of freedom: Overterue and March "1776" -- "They are there!" (a war march song) -- Town and gown: Suite, Old home days: Waltz ; "The opera house" and "Old home day" ; "The collection" ; Slow march ; "London Bridge is falling down!" -- March, "Intercollegiate" -- Fugue in C -- March, "Omega Lambda Chi" -- Variations on "Jerusalem the golden" -- March, "A son of a gambolier" -- Postlude in F -- "Band stuff": Country band march -- "Decoration Day" from Four New England holidays -- Horseplay: "Charlie Rutlage" -- March, "The circus band" -- Runaway horse on Main Street" -- March no. 6 "Here's to good old Yale" -- Epilogue: "The Alcotts" (from Piano sonata no. 2, Concord, Mass., 1840-1860).
CD 2644
Songs volume 1 Charles Ives.
The Indians (2:08) -- The new river (0:52) -- Peaks (2:30) -- Yellow leaves (1:49) -- From Paracelsus (3:09) -- West London (3:05) -- Ann Street (0:57) -- The white gulls (2:21) -- The see'r (0:50) -- Pictures (2:36) -- Where the eagle (1:30) -- General William Booth enters into Heaven (4:56) -- In the mornin' (2:47)
CD 836
Songs. Selections
Songs my mother taught me : 1901 (2:56) -- Tom sails away : 1917 (2:38) -- The Housatonic at Stockbridge : 1921 (3:06) -- The greatest man : 1921 (1:20) -- West London : 1921 (2:42) -- The incantation : 1921 (1:38) -- Du bist wie eine Blume : 1897 (1:14) -- Down East : 1919 (3:27) -- The children's hour : 1913 (1:49) -- Where the eagle cannot see : 1906 (1:23) -- General William Booth enters into heaven : 1914 (5:38) -- The things our fathers loved : 1917 (1:39) -- Two little flowers : 1921 (1:21) -- August : 1920 (2:32) -- September : 1920 (0:55) -- December : 1920 (1:12) -- The light that is felt : 1903 (2:20) -- Ann Street : 1921 (0:52) -- Evening : 1921 (1:34) -- The sea of sleep : 1903 (1:00) -- Like a sick eagle : 1920 (2:08) -- Swimmers : 1915 (1:19) -- Watchman! : 1913 (1:27) -- Feldeinsamkeit : 1898 (3:20) -- The new river : 1921 (0:55) -- Minnelied : 1901 (1:29) -- Romanzo (di Central Park) : 1911 (2:12).
CD 3352
Songs. Selections
In summer fields (3:08) -- In the alley (2:06) -- Religion (1:19) -- Luck and work (:32) -- The cage (:47) -- Grantchester (3:03) -- Premonitions (2:29) -- Nov. 2, 1920 (3:14) -- Duty (:38) -- from "Lincoln, the great commoner" (2:16) -- Thoreau (2:58) -- Walt Whitman (:40) -- The greatest man (1:21) -- So may it be! (The rainbow) (1:25) -- Walking (1:59) -- August (2:21) -- September (:37) -- December (:59) -- Autumn (3:11) -- Afterglow (2:31) -- From the "Incantation" (1:24) -- Spring song (1:35) -- At sea (1:33) -- Tarrant moss (:25) -- Waltz (1:42) -- (1:42) -- Romanzo di Central Park (2:35) -- Canon (1:00) -- Mirage (1:01) -- Maple leaves (:53) -- Charlie Rutlage (2:54) -- The camp-meeting (5:52).
CD 833
Songs. Selections
The Indians (2:08) -- The new river (0:52) -- Peaks (2:30) -- Yellow leaves (1:49) -- From Paracelsus (3:09) -- West London (3:05) -- Ann Street (0:57) -- The white gulls (2:21) -- The see'r (0:50) -- Pictures (2:36) -- Where the eagle (1:30) -- General William Booth enters into Heaven (4:56) -- In the mornin' (2:47)
CD 836
Songs. Volume 2 Charles Ives.
In summer fields (3:08) -- In the alley (2:06) -- Religion (1:19) -- Luck and work (:32) -- The cage (:47) -- Grantchester (3:03) -- Premonitions (2:29) -- Nov. 2, 1920 (3:14) -- Duty (:38) -- from "Lincoln, the great commoner" (2:16) -- Thoreau (2:58) -- Walt Whitman (:40) -- The greatest man (1:21) -- So may it be! (The rainbow) (1:25) -- Walking (1:59) -- August (2:21) -- September (:37) -- December (:59) -- Autumn (3:11) -- Afterglow (2:31) -- From the "Incantation" (1:24) -- Spring song (1:35) -- At sea (1:33) -- Tarrant moss (:25) -- Waltz (1:42) -- (1:42) -- Romanzo di Central Park (2:35) -- Canon (1:00) -- Mirage (1:01) -- Maple leaves (:53) -- Charlie Rutlage (2:54) -- The camp-meeting (5:52).
CD 833
Sure on this shining night 20th-century romantic songs of America.
[1] Children / Theodore Chanler -- Year's at the spring / Mrs. H.H.A. Beach -- When stars are in the quiet skies / G.W. Chadwick -- Orpheus with his lute / William Schuman -- Rose Marie / Rudolf Friml -- Song to the witch of the cloisters / John Corigliano -- Sure on this shining night / Samuel Barber -- Sigh no more, ladies / Virgil Thomson -- Come away, death / Erich Korngold -- On hearing T̀he last rose of summer' ; Echo / Paul Hindemith -- If I could tell you / Idabelle Firestone -- Collection / Charles Ives -- Lord's prayer / Albert Hay Malotte -- Nature, the gentlest mother / Aaron Copland -- Tiger / Eric Ewazen -- Never more will the wind / William Bolcom [2] -- Little elegy / Ned Rorem -- One alone / Sigmund Romberg -- Do not go, my love / Richard Hageman -- To a stranger / Marc Marder -- When I have sung my songs / Ernest Charles -- These, my Ophelia / Theodore Chanler -- An old song re-sung / Charles T. Griffes -- Ah! Sweet mystery of life / Victor Herbert -- June night / Horatio Parker -- Triolet / John Musto.
CD 2348
Symphonies of wind instruments "The President's Own" United States Marine Band.
Symphonies of wind instruments : 1920 / Igor Stravinsky ; edition prepared by Robert Craft (8:17) -- Suite from The red pony / Aaron Copland ; transcribed by the composer (13:25) -- Ten of a kind : Symphony no. 2 (2000), for clarinet section and wind ensemble / David Rakowski (28:34) -- Adagio para orquesta de instrumentos de viento / Joaquín Rodrigo (8:34) -- Lento maestoso and Finale from Symphony no. 2 / Charles Ives ; transcribed by Jonathan Elkus (11:17).
CD 2367
The celestial country Psalms 54, 67, 90, 135 ; Easter carol ; Crossing the bar / Charles Ives.
Psalm 135 (5:49) -- Psalm 67 (3:00) -- Easter carol (6:03) -- Crossing the bar (4:38) -- Psalm 54 (3:31) -- Psalm 90 (10:43) -- The celestial country (34:13).
CD 1402
The light that is felt songs of Charles Ives.
Songs my mother taught me : 1901 (2:56) -- Tom sails away : 1917 (2:38) -- The Housatonic at Stockbridge : 1921 (3:06) -- The greatest man : 1921 (1:20) -- West London : 1921 (2:42) -- The incantation : 1921 (1:38) -- Du bist wie eine Blume : 1897 (1:14) -- Down East : 1919 (3:27) -- The children's hour : 1913 (1:49) -- Where the eagle cannot see : 1906 (1:23) -- General William Booth enters into heaven : 1914 (5:38) -- The things our fathers loved : 1917 (1:39) -- Two little flowers : 1921 (1:21) -- August : 1920 (2:32) -- September : 1920 (0:55) -- December : 1920 (1:12) -- The light that is felt : 1903 (2:20) -- Ann Street : 1921 (0:52) -- Evening : 1921 (1:34) -- The sea of sleep : 1903 (1:00) -- Like a sick eagle : 1920 (2:08) -- Swimmers : 1915 (1:19) -- Watchman! : 1913 (1:27) -- Feldeinsamkeit : 1898 (3:20) -- The new river : 1921 (0:55) -- Minnelied : 1901 (1:29) -- Romanzo (di Central Park) : 1911 (2:12).
CD 3352
Title on container: Holidays symphony
New England holidays. Washington's Birthday : Winter (10:27) ; Decoration Day : Spring (9:57) ; The Fourth of July : Summer (6:04) ; Thanksgiving and Forefathers' Day : Autumn (14:57).
CD 1875
Variations on America
American festival overture ; New England triptych / Schuman -- Variations on America / Ives ; [orchestrated by] Schuman -- Symphony no. 10: American muse / Schuman.
CD 1379