Janna Baty, Lielle Berman, Daniel Trevor Bircher, Patrick Carfizzi, Jennifer Casey Cabot, Michael Cavalieri, Robert Gardner, Ian Howell, Sumi Kittelberger, Diego Matamoros, Tamara Mumford, Matthew Plenk, Kenneth Tarver, Ayano Kabaoka, Frederick Teardo, Eric Trudel, J.J. Penna & Douglas Dickson
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Charles Ives wrote almost two hundred songs. Although his reputation rests on orchestral, chamber and piano music, it is Ives's songs that represent the heart of his creative thinking.
The expressive variety encountered is accordingly vast: indeed, the gradual evolution of Ives’s songwriting is analogous to the wider evolution of American music during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
This new edition includes all the songs that Ives completed. The alphabetic approach ensures that each volume (of which this disc is the first of six) contains a representative cross-section.
Charles Ives: Harpalus
Charles Ives: He Is There!
He Is There!
Charles Ives: Her Eyes
Charles Ives: Her gown was of vermilion silk
Her gown was of vermilion silk
Charles Ives: His Exaltation
Charles Ives: The Housatonic at Stockbridge
The Housatonic at Stockbridge
Charles Ives: Hymn
Charles Ives: Hymn of Trust
Hymn of Trust
Charles Ives: I hear a tone, "Ein Ton"
I hear a tone, "Ein Ton"
Charles Ives: I knew and loved a maid
I knew and loved a maid
Charles Ives: I travelled among unknown men
I travelled among unknown men
Charles Ives: Ich grolle nicht
Ich grolle nicht
Charles Ives: I'll not Complain (Ich grolle nicht)
I'll not Complain (Ich grolle nicht)
Charles Ives: Ilmenau
Charles Ives: Immortality
Charles Ives: In April-tide
Charles Ives: In Autumn
Charles Ives: In Flanders Fields
In Flanders Fields
Charles Ives: In My Beloved's Eyes
In My Beloved's Eyes
Charles Ives: In Summer Fields (Feldeinsamkeit)
In Summer Fields (Feldeinsamkeit)
Charles Ives: In the Alley
In the Alley
Charles Ives: In the Mornin'
In the Mornin'
Charles Ives: The Incantation
Charles Ives: The Indians
Charles Ives: The Innate
Charles Ives: Karen
Charles Ives: The Last Reader
The Last Reader
Charles Ives: The Light that is Felt
The Light that is Felt
Charles Ives: Like a Sick Eagle
Like a Sick Eagle
Charles Ives: Lincoln, the Great Commoner
Lincoln, the Great Commoner
Charles Ives: Die Lotosblume
Charles Ives: The Love Song of Har Dyal
The Love Song of Har Dyal
Charles Ives: Luck and Work
Luck and Work
“Robert Gardner is again outstanding - his "The Indians" luxuriates in the mesmeric, visionary quality associated with Ives at his most personal.”
“These songs, with all their quirks and flights of fantasy, [are] among the most important of the 20th century in any language.”