Charles Ives

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Charles Edward Ives (October 20, 1874 - May 19, 1954) was an American modernist composer. He is one of the first American composers of international renown though Ives' music was largely ignored during his life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years. Over time, Ives came to be regarded as an "American original" and his novel compositional choices have influenced composers ever since.

Song Cycles, Symphonies, Collections etc.

Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations [collection]

Five Street Songs

Forty Earlier Songs [collection]

Sentimental Ballads

  • no. 1. Dreams (Ives)(Text: Anton Strelezki after Porteous, Baroness)

Seven Songs for Voice and Piano

The Celestial Country

Three Songs

Three Songs of the War


VOCAL WORKS: ALPHABETICAL ORDER (BY TITLE)


A

  • August (Ives)(Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti after Folgore da San Geminiano)


B


C


D

  • December (Ives)(Text: Dante Gabriel Rossetti after Folgore da San Geminiano)
  • Dreams (Ives)(in Sentimental Ballads) (Text: Anton Strelezki after Porteous, Baroness)


E


F


G


H

  • Hymn (Ives)(Text: John Wesley after Gerhard Tersteegen)


I

  • Ilmenau (Ives)(Text: Harmony Twitchell after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)


J


K


L


M

  • Marie (Ives)(in Sentimental Ballads) (Text: after Rudolph von Gottschall)


N

  • No more (Ives)(in Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations) (Text: William Winter)


O


P

  • Peaks (Ives)(in Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations) (Text: Heinrich Hauer Bellamann)
  • Pictures (Ives)(in Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations) (Text: Monica Peveril Turnbull)


Q


R

  • Rock of ages (Ives)(in Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations) (Text: Augustus Montague Toplady)


S

  • Serenity (Ives)(in Seven Songs for Voice and Piano) (Text: John Greenleaf Whittier)


T


V


W


Y