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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The fourth word of Stephen Budiansky's new Charles Ives biography is "diabetes.
About SpringHill Suites Danbury SpringHill Suites Danbury at 30 Old Ridgebury Road in Danbury, CT is near Western Connecticut State University, Brewster Ice Arena and Charles Ives Center.
The Concord Sonata by the one-time insurance salesman Charles Ives is a pianistic Everest but Michael Tilson Thomas is proposing to open the evening with an orchestration of one of its Massachusetts-based movements, The Alcotts.
Of the over 200 featured composers, such notables as Aaron Copland, Amy Beach, Randall Thompson, Edward MacDowell, Harrison Kerr, Charles Ives, Paul Hindemith, Roy Harris, Howard Hanson, Ruth Crawford, Ernest Bloch, and many more.
So the Goulds demonstrated - two weeKs before HCMF 2013 - that 21st century music is not as new as it seems and follows on from American composer Charles Ives 100 years ago.
Who can ever listen to the music of Charles Ives and square it with his day job as an insurance executive?
Charles Ives in the mirror; American histories of an iconic composer.
Entire chapters are appropriately devoted to three of the most significant American composers of art song, namely Charles Ives (1874-1954), John Duke (1899-1984) and Ned Rorem (born 1923).
Bach, Samuel Barber, Cesar Franck, Charles Ives, and Louis Vierne.
He doesn't stray far from his homeland, although a visit to Gibraltar marks his discovery of the British National Anthem, which receives witty references recalling Charles Ives.
The range of his career is truly impressive, illustrated by a recording catalogue that includes discs of songs by Charles Ives, Maurice Ravel, Samuel Barber.
Some interesting names of child composers include: age 3-8 category, Henry Purcell, Samuel Wesley, Frederic Chopin, Sergei Prokofiev; age 9-11 category, Carl Maria von Weber, Franz Schubert, Franz Liszt, Edward Elgar; age 12-13 category, Dominico Scarlatti, Giuseppe Verdi, Charles Ives, Sergei Rachmaninoff; and age 14-15 category, Fanny Mendelssohn, Nadia Boulanger, Claudio Monteverdi.