Lielle Berman, Patrick Carfizzi, Jennifer Casey Cabot, Michael Cavalieri, Robert Gardner, Ian Howell, Sara Jakubiak, Sumi Kittelberger, Ryan MacPherson, Tamara Mumford, Mary Phillips, David Pittsinger, Matthew Plenk, Kenneth Tarver, Leah Wool, Enrico Sartori, Douglas Dickson, Laura Garritson, J.J. Penna & Eric Trudel
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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 fourth of six) contains a representative cross-section.
“These songs, with all their quirks and flights of fantasy, [are] among the most important of the 20th century in any language.” The Guardian
Charles Ives: Majority
Charles Ives: Maple Leaves
Charles Ives: Marie
Charles Ives: Marie, "Marie, I see thee, fairest one, as in a garden fair"
Marie, "Marie, I see thee, fairest one, as in a garden fair"
Charles Ives: Memories
Charles Ives: Minnelied
Charles Ives: Mirage
Harmony Twichell Ives: Mists I
Charles Ives: My dear old mother (Du alte Mutter) (2nd setting)
My dear old mother (Du alte Mutter) (2nd setting)
Charles Ives: My Lou Jennine
My Lou Jennine
Charles Ives: My Native Land I (1st version)
My Native Land I (1st version)
Charles Ives: My Native Land I (2nd version)
My Native Land I (2nd version)
Charles Ives: My Native Land II
My Native Land II
Charles Ives: Nature's Way
Charles Ives: Naught that country needeth
Naught that country needeth
Charles Ives: The New River
The New River
Charles Ives: Night of Frost in May
Night of Frost in May
Charles Ives: A Night Song
A Night Song
Charles Ives: A Night Thought
A Night Thought
Charles Ives: No More
Charles Ives: Nov. 2, 1920, "An Election"
Nov. 2, 1920, "An Election"
Charles Ives: An Old Flame
An Old Flame
Charles Ives: Old Home Day
Old Home Day
Charles Ives: The Old Mother (Du alte Mutter) (1st setting)