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Charles E. Ives - New England Holidays (1904-13) flac-Album

Charles E. Ives - New England Holidays (1904-13) flac-Album

Darsteller:
Charles E. Ives
Album:
New England Holidays (1904-13)
Land:
Freigegeben:
1964
Label:
Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
Katalog:
CRI SD 190
Genre:
Stil:
Modern
Größe des MP3-Archivs:
1220 mb
Größe des FLAC-Archivs:
2843 mb

Trackliste

1Thanksgiving
2Decoration Day
3Washington's Birthday
4The Fourth Of July

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CRI 190Charles E. Ives New England Holidays ‎(LP, Mono)Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)CRI 190US1964

Credits

  • ChorusIceland State Radio Chorus (tracks: B2)
  • Composed ByCharles Ives
  • ConductorWilliam Strickland
  • Liner NotesD.H.
  • OrchestraGöteborg Symphony Orchestra (tracks: B1), Iceland Symphony Orchestra (tracks: B2), Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra (tracks: A2), Imperial Philharmonic Orchestra Of Tokyo (tracks: A1)

Album

Charles Ives: New England Holidays - Charles Ives. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Charles Ives: New England Holidays - Charles Ives, William Strickland. A Symphony: New England Holidays, also known as A New England Holiday Symphony or simply a Holiday Symphony, is a composition for orchestra written by Charles Ives. It took Ives from 1897 to 1913 to complete all four movements. The four movements in order are: Washington's Birthday. Decoration Day. The Fourth of July. Thanksgiving and Forefathers' Day. The movements coincide with each season winter, spring, summer, and fall, respectively. While together these pieces are called a symphony, they may be. Composer: Charles Edward Ives October 20, 1874 May 19, 1954 Orchestra: New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Leonard Bernstein Chorus: : Charles E. Ives Album title: New England Holidays 1904-13 Country: US Released: 1964 Style: Modern Rating: 4. 35 Format: MP3 FLAC VOX ASF XM MP2 AUD VQF RA FLAC size: 1543 mb MP3 size: 1462 mb WMA size: 1953 mb. Genre: Classical. Download links. Charles E. Ives - New England Holidays 1904-13 FLAC version RAR archive. CRI 190. New England Holidays LP, Mono. Composers Recordings Inc. Ives - New England Holidays 1904-13 PDF review. Related to Charles E. Ives - New England Holidays 1904-13 . Ives continued his work as a church organist until May 1902. Soon after he graduated from Yale in 1898, he started work in the actuarial department of the Mutual Life Insurance company of New York. In 1899, Ives moved to employment with the insurance agency Charles H. Raymond & Co. where he stayed until 1906. A Symphony: New England Holidays 190413. Robert Browning Overture 191114. Symphony No. 4 191218 rev. A Symphony: New England Holidays Holidays Symphony, for orchestra, S. Listen online to Charles Ives - A Symphony: New England Holidays: II. Decoration Day and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. Showing albums featuring A Symphony: New England Holidays: II. Ives, C. Holidays Symphony, Central Park in the Dark. Charles Ives. 7 listeners. 1 Jan 2003 5 tracks. Play album. Three Places in New England, New England Holidays, They Are There Charles Ives David Zinman, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 0 listeners. 1996 8 tracks. Ives composed this work circa 1909-13. Ives scored the work for chamber orchestra in 1913. It is the only one of the four requiring less than a full orchestra. Ives arranged this work for orchestra circa 1912-13, based on an earlier work that he had composed for violin and piano. Ives claimed that he originally envisioned the piece as brass band overture, but never got very far that way. Charles Ives, in full Charles Edward Ives, born October 20, 1874, Danbury, Connecticut, May 19, 1954, New York City, significant American composer who is known for a number of innovations that anticipated most of the later musical developments of the 20th century. Britannica Quiz. Musical Instruments