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    Recommended Blair Mondriaan Concord Heavily recommended Emerson - a more abrasive and fiercer performance from the Emerson. I know many people rate this as one of their best recordings and I couldn't really argue. If the top choice here doesn't appeal (but it should do if you like the Emerson...
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    This question could also be phrased, "what in music hasn't really influenced others to compose in a similar way?" The question came about listening to Ives' "Three Places in New England." One might say Ives was an influence, but maybe not in some ways. Maybe others could not compose the kind...
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    Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sing... 01. Morton Feldman 02. Harry Partch 03. John Cage 04. Elliott Carter 05. Henry Cowell 06. Charles Ives 07. Conlon Nancarrow 08. Milton Babbitt 09. Samuel Barber 10. Michael Hersch
  4. Orchestral Music
    A continuation of the Saturday Symphonies Tradition: Welcome to another weekend of symphonic listening! For your listening pleasure this weekend: Charles Ives (1874 - 1951) Symphony #3, S.3 (K. 1A3) "The Camp Meeting", Op. 38 1. Old Folks Gatherin' - Andante maestoso 2. Children's Day -...
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    I'm trying to get more into lieder so I spent some time with Mahler's Kindertotenlieder. I was in the mood for some more dark, heartbreaking kind of stuff and I remembered seeing some praise for the songs of Charles Ives, so I tried one at random. lol. What are your favorite quirky or silly...
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    A continuation of the Saturday Symphonies Tradition: Welcome to another weekend of symphonic listening! For your listening pleasure this weekend: Charles Ives (1874 - 1954) Symphony No. 4, S. 4 (K. 1A4) 1. Prelude: Maestoso 2. Comedy: Allegretto 3. Fugue: Andante moderato con moto 4...
  7. Classical Music Discussion Polls
    Just to continue on the litany of composers that here we can address on whether we love or hate... A polarizing figure is still Charles ives. Nicholas Tawa says, "Charles Ives had long been John the Baptist to modern innovators when Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic played his...
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