Charles Edward Ives

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Noun1.Charles Edward Ives - United States composer noted for his innovative use of polytonality (1874-1954)
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She has chosen ballads and folk songs arranged by such diverse composers as Healey Willan, Benjamin Britten, Aaron Copeland and Charles Ives, as well as three parlour chestnuts arranged by Judy Loman and three songs by Stephen Foster.
To the piercingly beautiful The Unanswered Question, by Charles Ives, Pedroli, this time in a flowered dress, legs spread wide, hands crossed and fluttering at her neck, rolls about in her white schoolgirl cotton pants, a tortured Isadora trying in vain to dance happily in Eve's garden of long ago.
This piece, with its gently parodic evocations of distinctly American and military themes, brings to mind Charles Ives at his best and serves as a perfect "dessert" at the end of a rich and sometimes heavy menu.
Elsewhere in the evening we heard influences of Sibelius, Berlioz, Dukas, Mussorgsky, even Charles Ives, and others, but to suggest plagiarism could not be further from the truth.
It includes symphonies, settings of hymn tunes by William Billings, and the highly entertaining Orchestration of Charles Ives Variations of the Theme 'America' - known to us as God Save the Queen, but here even becoming a Tango.
To celebrate this quintessential American holiday, Kent Nagano will conduct the hometown orchestra along with pianist Wayne Marshall and the Los Angeles Master Chorale in an all-American program of works by Leonard Bernstein, George Gershwin and Charles Ives.
The program on All My Heart includes songs by Charles Ives, Leonard Bernstein, Ben Moore, Charles Tomlinson Griffes, and Amy Beach--a broad stylistic range, to be sure, one that requires flexibility and delicacy as well as the courage of one's musical convictions.
Other inductees include composers John Philip Sousa, Scott Joplin, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Howard Hanson, Charles Ives, John Knowles Paine, Arnold Schoenberg, Roger Sessions and Igor Stravinsky.
Sections of two string quartets by Charles Ives, performed by the Diaspora Players, provide the score.
Throughout his compositional life, Charles Ives (1874-1954) wrote songs.
one can only ask) and Johann Rinck's God save the King variations (workmanlike enough, but the set by Charles Ives would have been much more fun.
Armed with a seemingly bottomless repertoire, Frisell is comfortable with virtually any musical idiom, from Bob Dylan folk tunes to streamlined interpretations of orchestral works by Aaron Copland and Charles Ives, to John Zorn's avant-garde rock and Madonna's pop hit ``Live to Tell.