129 songs / Charles Ives ; edited by H. Wiley Hitchcock

Author(s): Ives, Charles, 1874-1954
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Subjects: Songs with piano
Songs (High voice) with organ
Songs with instrumental ensemble--Scores
Songs with pianos (3)--Scores
Songs (High voice) with piano, 4 hands
Formats: Print
Material Type: Printed music -- Monograph
Language: English, German (translated from), French (translated from), Italian (translated from), Librettos in English, Librettos in German, Librettos in French, Librettos in Italian, Accompanying material in English, Italian, German, French
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Middleton, Wis. : Published for the American Musicological Society by A-R Editions, c2004
Series: Music of the United States of America v. 12
Recent researches in American music v. 47
Music of the United States of America 12
LC Classification: M
Physical Description: 1 score (lxxi, 527 p., 9 p. of plates) : facsims., port. ; 31 cm
Alternate Title(s): Songs.
Additional Authors: Hitchcock, H. Wiley (Hugh Wiley), 1923-2007
Notes: ISBN: 0895795248
Most songs for voice and piano ; some with other acc
Words principally in English; some in German and English, some in French or Italian; also printed as texts with English translations, p. 485-527
Pref. and historical and critical notes in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 479-484)
Contents: Slow march -- A song--for anything. Hear my prayer, O Lord ; When the waves softly sigh ; Yale, farewell! -- At parting -- Abide with me -- When stars are in the quiet skies -- Nature's way -- Mirage -- Canon -- Song for harvest season -- Waltz -- The circus band -- A night song -- A Christmas carol -- Rosamunde -- Night of frost in May -- Songs my mother taught me -- Amphion -- My native land -- A son of a gambolier -- Kären -- The world's wanderers -- The south wind = Die Lotosblume -- A night thought -- Marie -- An old flame -- In the alley -- I travelled among unknown men -- Dreams -- Qu'il m'irait bien -- Memories. Very pleasant ; Rather sad -- There is a lane -- Feldeinsamkeit = In summer fields -- Ich grolle nicht = I'll not complain -- Chanson de Florian -- Naught that country needeth -- Forward into light -- Rough wind -- Harpalus -- Evidence -- Tarrant Moss -- Slugging a vampire -- The waiting soul -- Flag song -- Where the eagle cannot see -- Omens and oracles -- Allegro -- Romanzo (di Central Park) -- Berceuse -- Du alte Mutter = My dear old mother -- The children's hour -- Elégie -- Ilmenau = Over all the treetops -- Weil' auf mir = Eyes so dark -- Walking -- Those evening bells -- The light that is felt -- The cage -- The world's highway -- Spring song -- Soliloquy -- Autumn -- Tolerance -- A farewell to land -- Mists -- Religion -- Requiem -- Vote for names! names! names! -- The camp meeting -- His exaltation -- Watchman! -- The new river -- The see'r -- December -- Like a sick eagle -- Luck and work -- Lincoln, the great commoner -- Old home day -- General William Booth enters into heaven -- Thoreau -- Swimmers -- At the river -- The innate -- In Flanders fields -- He is there! -- They are there! -- The things our fathers loved -- Tom sails away -- To Edith -- Down east -- Serenity -- Cradle song -- Afterglow -- The collection -- Grantchester -- La fede -- August -- September -- On the counter -- Maple leaves -- Charlie Rutlage -- At sea -- Hymn -- Remembrance -- The "incantation" -- The last reader -- The Housatonic at Stockbridge -- The Indians -- West London -- Two slants (Christian and pagan). Duty ; Vita -- Walt Whitman -- The rainbow (So may it be!) -- Majority -- Premonitions -- Nov. 2, 1920 (An election) -- The side show -- "1, 2, 3" -- Paracelsus -- Ann Street -- Immortality -- Two little flowers -- The greatest man -- Resolution -- Disclosure -- The white gulls -- Evening -- Aeschylus and Sophocles -- On the Antipodes -- Song without words (I) -- Song without words (II)
OCLC Number: 55998997
ISBN/ISSN: 0895795248
0147-0078