Charles Ives - Concord Sonata Three Places In New England Central Park In The Dark FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Concord Sonata Three Places In New England Central Park In The Dark
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CD 1. Charles Edward Ives Composer. Orchestral Set N. : 3 Places in New England, . Work. Boston Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas Conductor. 1. he St. Gaudens in Boston Common. Central Park in the Dark, . 4 Work. Seiji Ozawa Conductor, Boston Symphony Orchestra Orchestra. 8. 4. back to top ^. Similar Albums. Ives: Three Places in New England; Ruggles: Sun-treader. Christoph von Dohnányi. Ives: Three Places in New England; Ruggles: Sun-treader; Piston: Symphony N. Michael Tilson Thomas. Boston Symphony Orchestra. Ives: The Symphonies; Orchestral Sets 1 & 2. Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin; Concerto for Orchestra.
Animated Atmospheric Brooding Dark Eerie Enigmatic Gentle Mysterious Poignant. Andrew Davis, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Charles Ives: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 - A Symphony "New England Holidays"; Three Places in New England; Central Park in the Dark; The Unanswered Question. It used to be that the majority of good Ives recordings were American, and it was thought that you had to be American to really catch the complex web of vernacular musical references on which Ives' music rests. But it's a rare nonspecialist American listener today who will identify all the 19th century hymns and band tunes that go by, and this highly successful recording by Sir Andrew Davis and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra tackles a different difficulty with Ives: the problem of balance and clarity in his large orchestral scores.
The Unanswered Question is a musical work by American composer Charles Ives. Originally paired with Central Park in the Dark as Two Contemplations in 1908, The Unanswered Question was revived by Ives in 1930–1935. As with many of Ives' works, it was largely unknown until much later in his life, and was not performed until 1946
The 2nd and 3rd symphonies, Three Places In New England, Unanswered Question, Central Park In the Dark, Concord Sonata are all worth investigating. A lot of people like Bernstein with Ives; I prefer Howard Hanson. Any adventurer may want to try out the 4th symphony.
One of Ives' best-known orchestral works, this is famous for its borrowing and paraphrasing of traditional American songs. It was completed in 1914 but revised in 1929 prior to its 1930 premiere in New York, conducted by Nicolas Slonimsky. It is composed of three movements, titled as follows: The St. Gaudens in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and his Colored Regiment). Putnam’s Camp, Redding, Connecticut. The Housatonic at Stockbridge. Three Places in New England" Track Info. Written By Charles Ives. Release Date February 16, 1930.
Ives noted that the "Concord" was a work that never seemed finished; it was a perpetual work in motion, a continual improvisation: "I don't know as I shall ever write out, as it may take away the daily pleasure of playing this music and seeing it grow and feeling that it is not finished. I may always have the pleasure " As Ives implies, the sonata defies any single interpretation. Many pianists have something unique and interesting to say about this elusive, protean work. Roberto Szidon (DG Classikon 4394802, coupled with "Three Places in New England" conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas and "Central Park in the Dark" conducted by Ozawa). I like Szidon's performance very much.
Ives: The Unanswered Question & Holidays Symphony & Central Park in the Dark & The Gong on the Hook and Ladder & The Circus Band. Ives : Piano Sonata No. 2 "Concord, Mass. Johnson, Bodin & Ives: Songs. Charles Ives: A Portrait in Song. Leonard Bernstein Conducts Ives (Remastered). Listen to Ives: Symphony 3 & The Unanswered Question & Three Places in New England now. Listen to Ives: Symphony 3 & The Unanswered Question & Three Places in New England in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
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|Piano Sonata No. 2 "Concord, Mass. 1840-1860"|
|1||I "Emerson" Slowly - Slowly And Quietly
Viola – Walter Stangl
|2||II "Hawthorne" Very Fast||12:55|
|3||III "The Alcotts"||5:25|
Flute – Dieter Sonntag
|Central Park In The Dark|
|5||Central Park In The Dark||7:41|
|Three Places In New England (An Orchestral Set)|
|6||I The "Saint-Gaudens In Boston Common (Col. Shaw And His Colored Regiment)||8:35|
|7||II Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut||6:01|
|8||III The Housatonic At Stockbridge||3:49|
- Conductor – Michael Tilson Thomas (tracks: 6-8), Seiji Ozawa (tracks: 5)
- Engineer – Günter Hermanns (tracks: 6-8), Hans-Peter Schweigmann (tracks: 5), Klaus Scheibe (tracks: 1-4)
- Orchestra – Boston Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 5-8)
- Piano – Roberto Szidon (tracks: 1-4)
- Producer – John McLure (tracks: 5), Rainer Brock (tracks: 6-8), Werner Mayer (tracks: 1-4)
Notes(p) 1970 (Three Places) / 1972 (Sonata) / 1977 (Central Park)
(c) 1994 [assumed as CD release date]
Comes with 12 page booklet.