Charles Ives, Orchestra New England, James Sinclair - The Orchestral Music Of Charles Ives flac album
Title: The Orchestral Music Of Charles Ives
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The Three Places in New England (Orchestral Set No. 1) is a composition for orchestra in three movements by American composer Charles Ives. It was written mainly between 1911 and 1914, but with sketches dating as far back as 1903 and last revisions made in 1929. The work is celebrated for its use of musical quotation and paraphrasing. The movements (in Ives's preferred slow-fast-slow sequence, longest first and shortest last) are: The St. Gaudens in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and his Colored Regiment).
Artists Charles Ives The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives. The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives Charles Ives. The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives. This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 83/127 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives. Three Places in New England, Version 2: I. The "Saint-Gaudens" in Boston Common. 14. Three Places in New England, Version 2: II. Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut.
collection does not include other orchestra works like the "Orchestral Set No. 2" (probably the best performance of this was Stokowski conducting The London Symphony Orchestra on the. out-of-print disc London Records SPC 21060), or the visionary "Tone Roads twelve-tone music written many years before that technique found its way from E. .
Shop Ives - Orchestral Works. Ives - Orchestral Works. Audio CD. Charles E Ives (Composer), James Sinclair (Conductor), New England Orchestra (Orchestra) & 0 more. Ives: Country Band March; 4 Ragtime Dances; 3 Places In New England; Calcium Night Light; Postlude In F; Etc. "Please retry".
Charles Ives was an innovator of the orchestral set, a type of larger work comprised of independently written small pieces. Each of the three orchestral sets presented here by the Malmö Chamber Choir, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, and conductor James Sinclair follow a slow-fast-slow pattern, with the unfinished Orchestral Set No. 3 being of particular note, as this is the work's first complete performance and recording. 4. kHz, 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters.
Album · 2008 · 9 Songs. Ives: Orchestral Sets Nos. 1-3 James Sinclair. Orchestral Set No. 1, "3 Places in New England" (version 1, ed. James Sinclair & Malmö Symphony Orchestra. 1. I. The St Gaudens In Boston Common (Col.
Last played Sunday, March 25 2012 at 01:05 PM. Charles Ives. Orchestra New England. James Sinclair, conductor. Album: The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives. Last played Tuesday, August 16 2011 at 07:58 PM. The Celestial Country: Glories on Glories.
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|1||"Country Band" March||4:09|
|Set Of Four Ragtime Dances|
|2||Ragtime Dance No. 1 (Allegro Moderato)||3:17|
|3||Ragtime Dance No. 2 (Allegro Moderato)||2:12|
|4||Ragtime Dance No. 3 (Allegro)||2:50|
|5||Ragtime Dance No. 4 (Allegro)||2:53|
|6||Postlude In F||4:59|
|7||Calcium Light Night||2:23|
|8||Yale-Princeton Football Game||2:01|
|Set For Theatre Orchestra|
|9||In The Cage||1:18|
|10||In The Inn
Piano – Christopher Oldfather
|11||In The Night||2:40|
|12||Largo Catabile: Hymn
Cello – Steven Thomas
|Three Places In New England ("First Orchestral Set")|
|13||The "Saint-Gaudens" In Boston Common (Col. Shaw And His Colored Regiment)||9:30|
|14||Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut||5:45|
|15||The Housatonic At Stockbridge||4:01|
NotesRecorded at Sprague Hall, Yale University, New Have, Connecticut, May 1990
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