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The Housatonic at Stockbridge - Charles Ives, Carl Ruggles, Walter Piston - Three Places in New Engl


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  1. Perhaps an identifiable hallmark of American music is individualism; this trait is certainly present in these works. In his Three Places in New England, Charles Ives conveys a kind of boisterous nationalism, though the fragments of patriotic tunes and hymns are refracted through his filters of polytonality, clustered harmonies, and counterrhythms.. The combinations are subtle in the 9/
  2. Ives - Three Places in New England, Symphony No. 4 - Ozawa, Tilson Thomas Three Places In New England 1 I. The 'St. Gaudens' In Boston Common (Col. Shaw And His Colored Regiment) 2 II. Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut 3 III. The Housatonic At Stockbridge Symphony No. 4 4 1. Prelude: Maestoso 5 2. Allegretto 6 Fugue: Andante Moderato.
  3. - CHARLES IVES - Three Places in New England - CARL RUGGLES - Sun-treader - WALTER PISTON - Symphony No. 2 - Boston Symphony Orchestra - Michael Tilson Thomas.
  4. Chapter 2. Page 7 of 8. More Books. More by this Author. These bare places were grown up with dingy, yellow weeds, hiding innumerable tomato cans; innumerable children played upon them, chasing one another here and there, screaming and fighting. The most uncanny thing about this neighborhood was the number of the children; you thought there.
  5. Charles Edward Ives (October 20, – May 19, ) was an American composer of classical music. He is widely regarded as one of the first American classical composers of international significance. Ives's music was largely ignored during his life, and many of his works went unperformed for many years.
  6. To turn to another work of Ives which may help to illustrate his Expressionistic qualities, I will now discuss "from The Housatonic at Stockbridge", the third of the Three Places in New England This is one of Ives most psychologically compelling works, and an excellent example of his orchestral style.

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