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Charles IvesThe 100th Anniversary

Label:Columbia Masterworks – M4 32504
5 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo, Mono
Style:Modern, Classical


The Many Faces Of Charles Ives
A1The Fourth Of July
ConductorLeonard Bernstein
Conductor [Assistant]Seymour Lipkin
OrchestraNew York Philharmonic*
A2Hymn (Largo Cantaile) From "Set For String Quartet, Bass And Piano"3:26
A3The Pond
ConductorGunther Schuller
OrchestraChamber Orchestra*
A4General William Booth Enters Into Heaven
Bass VocalsArchie Drake
ConductorGregg Smith (2)
B1Variations On "America"
OrganE. Power Biggs
B2In Flanders Fields
Baritone VocalsThomas Stewart (2)
PianoAlan Mandel
B3The Circus Band
Bass VocalsArchie Drake
ConductorGregg Smith (2)
Orchestrated ByGeorge F. Roberts
B4The Unanswered Question
ConductorLeonard Bernstein
OrchestraNew York Philharmonic*
The Celestial Country
The Celestial Country
Level UpC1I—Prelude, Trio And Chorus7:22
Level UpC2II—Aria For Baritone
Baritone VocalsBruce Fifer
Level UpC3III—Quartet, Accompanied
Soprano VocalsRosalind Rees
Alto VocalsLinda Eckard
Tenor VocalsThomas Bogdan
Bass VocalsAlbert De Ruiter
Level UpC4IV—Intermezzo For String Quartet4:34
Level UpC5V—Double Quartet, A Capella3:13
Level UpD1VI—Aria For Tenor
Tenor VocalsDouglas Perry
Level UpD2VII—Chorale And Finale7:38
D3Majority (Or The Masses)4:23
D4They Are There! (A War Song March)3:07
D5An Election (It Strikes Me That)4:04
D6Lincoln, The Great Commoner4:07
The Things Our Fathers Loved
Earlier Songs
Level UpE1aSlow March4:42
Level UpE1bCanon (Not Only In My Lady's Eyes)
Level UpE1cThere Is A Certain Garden
Level UpE2aJudge's Walk5:14
Level UpE2bNo More
Mundane Songs
Level UpE3aThe New River4:13
Level UpE3bThe Side Show
Level UpE3cWest London
Level UpE4aLuck And Work3:26
Later Songs
Level UpE4bThe One Way
Level UpE5aPeaks5:01
Level UpE5bYellow Leaves
Level UpE5cA Sea Dirge
German Songs
Level UpF1aWidmung5:51
Level UpF1bFeldeinsamkeit
Visionary Songs
Level UpF2aResolution4:56
Level UpF2bPictures
Level UpF2cMists
Level UpF3aIncantation6:13
Level UpF3bSeptember
Level UpF3cThe Sea Of Sleep
Level UpF3dRequiem
Level UpF4aThe Things Our Fathers Loved9:04
Level UpF4bOld Home Day
Level UpF4cDown East
Ives Plays Ives
From The Second Piano Sonata, "Concord, Mass. 1840-1860"
Level UpG1Emerson (End Of Exposition)2:01
Level UpG2Emerson (Most Of Recapitulation)3:59
Level UpG3Hawthorne (Fragment)0:13
Level UpG4The Alcotts (Complete)4:53
Level UpG5Emerson Transcription No. 1 With Interpolated Improvisations5:19
Level UpG6Emerson Transcription No. 3 With Interpolated Improvisations2:31
H1Improvisation On Themes From Second Symphony (Third Movement)1:51
H2March No. 6 In G And D2:06
H3Improvisation X0:49
H4Improvisation Y1:16
H5Improvisation Z0:41
H6Study No. 9 ("The Anti-Abolitionist Riots")2:11
H7(Study No. 11)1:01
H8Fragment And Ragtime From Study No. 20 Quoting "Alexander"0:47
H9From (Study No. 23)0:57
H10From (Study No. 23) - Passage In Gospel Style Leading Into "Hello, Ma Baby"1:05
H11They Are There!3:31
Charles Ives Remembered
IReminiscences Of The Composer By Relatives, Friends And Associates23:12
JReminiscences Of The Composer By Relatives, Friends And Associates25:41

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LP 1 previously released on Columbia Records.
"Including 21 selections never before released."
Includes a 52-page booklet/scrapbook.

A1 recorded November 23, 1964, Manhattan Center, New York City.
A2 recorded May 25, 1970, 30th Street Studio, New York City.
A3 recorded March 31, 1969, Jordan Hall, Boston, Mass.
A4 recorded May 4, 1966, Legion Hall, Hollywood, Calif.
B1 recorded November 7, 1968, New York City.
B2 recorded October 6, 1969, 30th Street Studio, New York City.
B3 recorded July 7, 1965, Legion Hall, Hollywood, Calif.
B4 recorded April 17, 1964, Manhattan Center, New York City.
C1 to D2 recorded March 13, 14, 1972, St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University, New York City.
D3 to D6 recorded October 18, 1967, Manhattan Center, New York City.
G1, G2, G4, H2, H6, H10 recorded Mary Howard Studio, New York City, April 24, 1943.
G3, H1, H3, H4, H5, H7, H8, H9 recorded New York City, May 11, 1938.
G5, G6 recorded Columbia Graphophone Co., London, June 12, 1933.

Visual materials: Courtesy the John Herrick Jackson Music Library, Yale University.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Library Of Congress catalog card number): 73-750694
  • Other: X 2398
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - runout): MAL 32505-1C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - runout): MBL 32505-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C - runout): MAL 32506-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D - runout): MBL 32506-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E - runout): MAL 32507-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F - runout): MAL 32507-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G - runout): MAL-32508-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H - runout): MBL-32508-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side I - runout): XSM158066-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side J - runout): XSM158067-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - label): M 32505 STEREO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - label): M 32505 STEREO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C - label): M 32506 STEREO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D - label): M 32506 STEREO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E - label): M 32507 STEREO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F - label): M 32507 STEREO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G - label): M 32508 MONO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H - label): M 32508 MONO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side I - label): XSM 158066
  • Matrix / Runout (Side J - label): XSM 158067
  • Other (Disc I Catalog Number): BL 32505
  • Other (Disc II Catalog Number): BL 32506
  • Other (Disc III Catalog Number): BL 32507
  • Other (Disc IV Catalog Number): BL 32508
  • Other (Bonus Disc): BS 33 STEREO

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
The 100th Anniversary (5×LP, Compilation, Stereo, Mono, Box Set, )Columbia MasterworksM4 32504US1974


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Ives plays Ives is an invaluable side of wax, I regret parting with this box, endearing and personal, strange intimacy from a large man who might grab a modern-music-disliker by the lapels in the concerthouse.