Charles Edward Ives

CHARLES EDWARD IVES (1874–1954)

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114 Songs (1922): 2 Evening, 1921 (J. Milton)
The Last Reader, 1921 (O. W. Holmes)
114 Songs (1922): 6 The New River
114 Songs (1922): 10 Charlie Rutlage
114 Songs (1922): 24 Premonitions, 1921 (R. Johnson)
114 Songs (1922): 26 Like a sick eagle
114 Songs (1922): 28 On the Counter, 1920 (Ch. Ives)
`The See`r`, 1920 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 32 The side show
Afterglow
Watchman!, 1913 (J. Bowring)
114 Songs (1922): 45 At the River, 1916 (R. Lowry)
114 Songs (1922): 49 `In Flanders Fields`, 1917 (J. McCrae)
114 Songs (1922): 51 Tom sails away
114 Songs (1922): 53 `In the Alley`, 1896 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 55 Down East, 1919 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 56 The Circus band, 1894 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 57 `Mists`, 1910
114 Songs (1922): 58 Evidence, 1898 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 60 Autumn
114 Songs (1922): 63 Those eveing bells, 1903 (T. Moore)
114 Songs (1922): 66 The Light that is Felt, 1904 (J. G. Whittier)
114 Songs (1922): 68 Ilmenau, 1901-02 (Goethe)
114 Songs (1922): 74 The Children`s Hour, 1901 (H. Longfellow)
114 Songs (1922): 83 Ich grolle nicht
114 Songs (1922): 86 Omens and Oracles, 1900 (E. R. Bulwer-Lytton)
114 Songs (1922): 88 A Night Song, 1895 (T. Moore)
114 Songs (1922): 95 Allegro, 1900 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 96 Romanzo (di Central Park), 1900 (L. Hunt)
114 Songs (1922): 97 `The South Wind`, 1899
114 Songs (1922): 100 A Christmas Carol, 1894 (Ives)
114 Songs (1922): 101 My Native Land, 1895 (H. Heine)
114 Songs (1922): 103 The White Gulls
114 Songs (1922): 104 Two Little Flowers
114 Songs (1922): 105 West London
114 Songs (1922): 108 `Songs my mother taught me`, 1895 (A. Heyduk)
114 Songs (1922): 112 To Edith, 1919
114 Songs (1922): 114 Slow March, 1887-88 (Ives)
Three Quarter-Tone Pieces for Two Pianos S.128 (K.3C3) (1903-23)
A Set of Pieces for theatre & chamber orchestra
Adagio sostenuto (Seaside)
Allegretto (Invention)
Anthem - Processional
Bad Resolutions and Good
Baseball Take-Off
Central Park in the Dark (1906,1909)
Four Psalms (14, 24, 67, 135)
General Booth enters into Heaven
Halloween party evening (of the three scenes in the open air)
Largo for Violin, Clarinet and Piano (1902)
Largo for Violin and Piano
March in G and D (``Here`s To Good Old Yale``)
Memories - A. Very Pleasant - B. Rather Sad
Orchestral Set 2
Psalm 14 (The fool hath said in his heart)
Psalm 24 (The Earth is the Lord`s)
Psalm 25 (Unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul)
Psalm 42 (As pants the Hart)
Psalm 54 (Save me, O God, by thy name)
Psalm 67 (God be merciful unto us)
Psalm 90 (Lord, thou has been our dwelling place)
Psalm 100 (Make a joyful noise unto the Lord)
Psalm 135, for chorus, brass, organ and percussion (`Praise ye the Lord`)
Psalm 150 (`Praise ye the Lord, Praise God in his sanctuary`)
Rough and Ready
Scene Episode
Serenity (Song)
Set 1
Storm and Distress
Study 22 ``22``
Study No. 15
Study No. 18
Study No. 2
Study No. 20
Study No. 21 (``Some Southpaw Pitching``)
Study No. 5
Study No. 6
Study No. 7
Study No. 8
Study No. 9 (``Anti-Abolitionists Riots``)
The Celestial Country (1899)
The Celestial Railroad, a Phantasie for Piano Solo
The Seen and Unseen
Three Places in New England (1908, 1914)
Varied Air and Variations
Waltz - Rondo
Variations on the theme `America` (1891)
Congenital
Hymns
Sound paths number 1
Sound paths number 3
Song Without (Good) Words
`They are there`, 1917 (Ives)
Marine Funeral Song
Bright night
Symphony 1
Symphony 2
Symphony 3
Symphony 4
Symphony 5, Holidays. 1912
Scherzo (1907-14)
Scherzo (All time around and back ...)
Scherzo (on sidewalks)
Scherzo (1903-14)
Sonata for Violin and Piano 1
Sonata for Violin and Piano 2
Sonata for Violin and Piano 3
Sonata for Violin and Piano 4
Piano Sonata 1
Piano Sonata 2
String quartet 1 `From the Salvation Army` (1896)
String Quartet No. 2, 1911-13
Sonata in 3 sheets for piano and bells (1905)
Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano
Robert Browning, overture
Fourth of July (1913)
The World`s Wanderers, 1895 (P. B. Shelley)
Universe Symphony, for Large Orchestra Divided in to Smaller Ensembles & Percussion (1928)
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