- Performer:Detroit Chamber Winds
- Title:Remembrance: A Charles Ives Collection
- Date of release:1993
- Size FLAC version1609 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1396 megabytes
- Size WMA version1521 megabytes
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By Charles Ives - Detroit Chamber Winds & Friends & H. Robert Reynolds. By Charles Ives - Detroit Chamber Winds & Friends & H. Four Songs for Brass Quintet: III. Slow March. Halloween for String Quartet and Piano. Set No. 2 for Small Orchestra: Gyp the Blood or Hearst!? Which is Worst?! By Charles Ives - Detroit Chamber Winds & Friends & H.
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Explore Remembrance, a song first recorded by Charles Ives. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. Tracks" is currently in Beta.
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This list of songs or music-related items is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. The compositions of American composer Charles Ives (1874–1954) are mostly modern classical music. Documenting his list of works is especially difficult, because he had a tendency not to date his works, or misdate them for some unknown reason. Additionally, he was very prolific, revised works multiple times, and left ambiguous fragments with no title or notes. Symphony No. 1 in D minor (1898-1902).
Besides a myriad of shorter vocal and instrumental works, Charles Ives composed magnificent large pieces-for example, the Fourth Symphony and the "Concord" Piano Sonata-that grew from advanced sketches and improvisations generated over several years. He also constructed brief works-such as Over the Pavements, All the Way Around and Back, Calcium Night Light, In Re Con Moto Et Al, the two Fugues in Four Parts-that were deliberate and well-defined, although never intellectually dry, experiments in structure. The expression "tone roads" meant for Ives a piece for a combination of instruments (sometimes including voice) in which the timbre and material played by one of them describes the character given to the whole piece. This instrument is usually the first heard.
CreditsAllen Cohen - Production Assistant
Detroit Chamber Winds - Ensemble, Primary Artist
Michael Fine - Engineer, Producer
Susan Napodano - Assistant Producer
H. Robert Reynolds - Conductor
|1||March No. 3 (II) with "My Old Kentucky Home", for theater orchestra, S. 31 (K. 1C6)||Detroit Chamber Winds||2:43|
|2||Ann Street, song for voice & piano, S. 211 (K. 6B67)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:28|
|3||Calcium Light Night, for theater orchestra (Set No. 1/5), S. 10v (K. 1C31)||Detroit Chamber Winds||3:20|
|4||Holiday Quickstep, march for piccolo, 2 cornets, 2 violins & piano (or band), S. 28 (K. 1C1)||Detroit Chamber Winds||2:01|
|5||On the Counter, song for voice & piano, S. 320 (K. 6B61d)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:26|
|6||The Side Show, song for voice & piano, S. 348 (K. 6B66)||Detroit Chamber Winds||0:33|
|7||Slow March, song for voice & piano, S. 349 (K. 6B10)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:54|
|8||Tarrant Moss, song for voice & piano, S. 367 (K. 6B29c)||Detroit Chamber Winds||0:52|
|9||Fugue in Four Keys on "The Shining Shore", for flute, cornet & strings, S. 69 (K. 1C10a)||Detroit Chamber Winds||3:46|
|10||The Unanswered Question (I & II), for trumpet, winds & string orchestra, S. 50 (K. 1C25)||Detroit Chamber Winds||5:54|
|11||Remembrance, for voice & piano, S. 332 (K. 6B62a)||Detroit Chamber Winds||0:49|
|12||Evening, song for voice & piano, S. 244 (K. 6B69a)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:39|
|13||Mists (II), song for voice & piano, S.301 (K. 6B47a)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:53|
|14||The Circus Band, song for voice & piano, S. 229 (K. 6B20)||Detroit Chamber Winds||2:04|
|15||Romanzo (di Central Park), song for voice & piano, S. 336 (K. 6B36)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:48|
|16||Scherzo: All the Way Around and Back, for chamber ensemble, S. 81 (K. 2B12)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:39|
|17||Scherzo: Over the Pavements, for piccolo, clarinet, bassoon (or baritone sax), 3 trombones, piano & percussion, S. 82 (K. 1C24)||Detroit Chamber Winds||5:37|
|18||"Gyp the Blood" or Hearst!? Which is Worst?!, for theater orchestra (Set No. 2/2), S. 11ii (K. 1C32/2)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:10|
|19||Adagio sostenuto: At Sea (I), for theater orchestra (Set No. 3/1), S. 12i (K. 1C35)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:29|
|20||Tone Roads No. 1, for chamber orchestra, S. 49i (K. 1C34/1)||Detroit Chamber Winds||3:35|
|21||Tone Roads No. 3, for chamber orchestra, S. 49iii (K. 1C34/3)||Detroit Chamber Winds||3:04|
|22||March No. 2 with "Son of a Gambolier", march for band, S. 29 (K. 1C4)||Detroit Chamber Winds||2:43|
|23||The See'r, song for voice & piano, S. 344 (K. 6B49a)||Detroit Chamber Winds||0:51|
|24||Luck and Work, song for voice & piano, S. 293 (K. 6B45b)||Detroit Chamber Winds||0:53|
|25||Like A Sick Eagle (I), for theater orchestra & optional voice (Set No. 1/4), S. 10iv (K. 1C31/4)||Detroit Chamber Winds||2:02|
|26||Hallowe'en, for string quartet, piano & optional drum, S. 71 (K. 2B13)||Detroit Chamber Winds||1:56|