Hyperion Records

Charles Ives

born: 20 October 1874
died: 19 May 1954
country: USA

Albums
'Ives & Barber: Piano Sonatas' (CDA67469)
Ives & Barber: Piano Sonatas
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'Ives: A Song - For Anything' (CDA67516)
Ives: A Song - For Anything
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'Ives: Romanzo di Central Park & other songs' (CDA67644)
Ives: Romanzo di Central Park & other songs
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'Ives: Symphonies Nos 1 & 4' (CDA67540)
Ives: Symphonies Nos 1 & 4
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'Ives: Symphonies Nos 2 & 3' (CDA67525)
Ives: Symphonies Nos 2 & 3
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'Ives: Symphonies Nos 2 & 3' (SACDA67525)
Ives: Symphonies Nos 2 & 3
Buy by post £10.50 SACDA67525  Super-Audio CD  
'Barber & Ives: Piano Sonatas' (CDA67469)
Barber & Ives: Piano Sonatas
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'From the Steeples and the Mountains' (CDH55018)
From the Steeples and the Mountains
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'Sure on this shining night' (CDA66920)
Sure on this shining night
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'The Sea' (CDA66165)
The Sea
Buy by post £13.99 (ARCHIVE SERVICE) CDA66165  Archive Service  
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
'1, 2, 3' (Ives)
A big October morning  First line to Walking (Ives)
A Christmas Carol (Ives)
A leopard went around his cage  First line to The Cage (Ives)
A Night Song (Ives)
A Song – For Anything (Ives)
A sound of a distant horn  First line to Remembrance (Ives)
A tender child of summers three  First line to The Light that is Felt (Ives)
All summer long, we boys  First line to The Circus Band (Ives)
Allegro (Ives)
An old man with a straw in his mouth  First line to The See'r (Ives)
Ann Street (Ives)
Another good cowpuncher has gone to meet his fate  First line to Charlie Rutlage (Ives)
At the River (Ives)
Berceuse (Ives)
Between the dark and the daylight  First line to The Children's Hour (Ives)
Booth led boldly with his big bass drum  First line to General William Booth Enters into Heaven (Ives)
By morning's brightest beams  First line to Allegro (Ives)
Central Park in the Dark (Ives)
Charlie Rutlage (Ives)
Contented river in thy dreamy realm  First line to The Housatonic at Stockbridge (Ives)
Crouch’d on the pavement close by Belgrave Square  First line to West London (Ives)
Down East (Ives)
Down the river comes a noise!  First line to The New River (Ives)
Du alte Mutter (Ives)
Élégie (Ives)
Evening (Ives)
Evidence (Ives)
Feldeinsamkeit (Ives)
From the Steeples and the Mountains (Ives)
General William Booth Enters into Heaven (Ives)
General William Booth Enters into Heaven (Ives/Becker)
Grove  First line to Romanzo, di Central Park (Ives)
He grew in those seasons like corn in the night  First line to Thoreau (Ives)
Heart-shaped yellow leaves  First line to Yellow Leaves (Ives)
How can I turn from any fire?  First line to Tolerance (Ives)
I closed and drew, but not a gun  First line to Slugging a Vampire (Ives)
I sometimes sit beneath a tree  First line to The Last Reader (Ives)
I think there must be a place in the soul  First line to The Things our Fathers Loved (Ives)
Ich grolle nicht (Ives)
Ich ruhe still im hohen grünen Gras  First line to Feldeinsamkeit (Ives)
Ilmenau (Ives)
In Flanders fields (Ives)
In the Alley (Ives)
Is that Mister Riley, who keeps the hotel?  First line to The Side Show (Ives)
Like a sick eagle (Ives)
Little Star of Bethlehem!  First line to A Christmas Carol (Ives)
Low lie the mists  First line to Mists (Ives)
Memories A 'Very Pleasant' & B 'Rather Sad' (Ives)
Mists (Ives)
My native land (Ives)
My teacher said us boys should write  First line to The Greatest Man (Ives)
Now came still Evening on, and Twilight gray  First line to Evening (Ives)
Now help us Lord, thy yoke to wear  First line to The Collection (Ives)
Ô doux printemps d’autrefois, vertes saisons  First line to Élégie (Ives)
O have mercy Lord on me  First line to A Song – For Anything (Ives)
O Sabbath rest of Galilee!  First line to Serenity (Ives)
O’er the mountain towards the west  First line to Berceuse (Ives)
Omens and Oracles (Ives)
On my way to work one summer day  First line to In the Alley (Ives)
On sunny days in our backyard  First line to Two Little Flowers, and dedicated to them (Ives)
On the Counter (Ives)
One evening just at sunset we laid him in the grave  First line to Slow March (Ives)
Phantoms of the future, spectres of the past  First line to Omens and Oracles (Ives)
Piano Sonata No 2 'Concord' (Ives)
Premonitions (Ives)
Processional. Let there be Light (Ives)
Quaint name –  First line to Ann Street (Ives)
Remembrance (Ives)
Romanzo, di Central Park (Ives)
Scenes from my childhood are with me  First line to Tom Sails Away (Ives)
Serenity (Ives)
Shall we gather at the river  First line to At the River (Ives)
Slow March (Ives)
Slugging a Vampire (Ives)
So like a flower, thy little four-year face in its pure freshness  First line to To Edith (Ives)
Songs my mother taught me (Ives)
Songs! Visions of my homeland  First line to Down East (Ives)
Swimmers (Ives)
Symphony No 1 (Ives)
Symphony No 2 (Ives)
Symphony No 3 'The Camp Meeting' (Ives)
Symphony No 4 (Ives)
Tell me, Star, whose wings of light  First line to The World's Wanderers (Ives)
The Cage (Ives)
The Children's Hour (Ives)
The Circus Band (Ives)
The Collection (Ives)
The Greatest Man (Ives)
The Housatonic at Stockbridge (Ives)
The Last Reader (Ives)
The Light that is Felt (Ives)
The New River (Ives)
The See'r (Ives)
The Side Show (Ives)
The South Wind (Ives)
The spirit is too weak – mortality  First line to Like a sick eagle (Ives)
The the swift plunge into the cool green dark  First line to Swimmers (Ives)
The Things our Fathers Loved (Ives)
The World's Wanderers (Ives)
The young May moon is beaming, love  First line to A Night Song (Ives)
Then the swift plunge into the cool green dark  First line to Swimmers (Ives)
There comes o'er the valley a shadow  First line to Evidence (Ives)
There's a shadow on the grass  First line to Premonitions (Ives)
There's a time in many a life  First line to They are there! (Ives)
They are there! (Ives)
Thoreau (Ives)
Those evening bells (Ives)
To Edith (Ives)
Tolerance (Ives)
Tom Sails Away (Ives)
Tunes we heard in 'ninety two', soft and sweet  First line to On the Counter (Ives)
Two Little Flowers, and dedicated to them (Ives)
Über allen Gipfeln  First line to Ilmenau (Ives)
Walking (Ives)
Watchman! (Ives)
We’re sitting in the opera house  First line to Memories A 'Very Pleasant' & B 'Rather Sad' (Ives)
Weil' auf mir (Ives)
West London (Ives)
When gently blows the South Wind  First line to The South Wind (Ives)
When stars are in the quiet skies (Ives)
Where the eagle (Ives)
Why doesn’t one, two, three  First line to '1, 2, 3' (Ives)
Yellow Leaves (Ives)
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