CHARLES IVES (1874-1954): Songs, Vol. 3 - Harpalus, He Is There!, Her Eyes, Her Gown was of Vermilion Silk, His Exaltation, The Housatonic at Stockbridge, Hymn, Hymn of Trust, I Hear a Tone, I Knew and Loved a Maid, I Travelled Among Unknown Men, Ich grolle nicht, I'll Not Complain, Ilmenau, Immortality, In April-Tide, In Autumn, In Flanders Fields, In My Beloved's Eyes, In Summer Fields, In the Alley, In the Morning, The "Incantation", The Indians, The Innate, Kären, The Last Reader, The Light that is Felt, Like a Sick Eagle, Lincoln, the Great Commoner, Die Lotusblume, The Love Song of Har Dyal, Luck and Work.
Catalogue Number: 09K067
Description: Not at all fazed by the fact that only three customers (as of August 29) has purchased each of the first two volumes of this series in our August catalogue, we intrepidly (and hopefully) offer volume three. The alphabetical recording plan lets us see Ives' trajectory from German Lied and English parlor-song to those of the profound vision and anarchic humor familiar from his great orchestral and instrumental works. Volume 4 is coming next month and that ought to be the halfway point of the series. Texts available on-line. 13 singers, 3 pianists, Frederick Teardo (organ), Ayano Kabaoka (glockenspiel).