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Charles Ives
   composed   
Three Places in New England
Charles Ives
   composed   
The Unanswered Question
Charles Ives
   composed   
Central Park in the Dark
For chamber orchestra
Charles Ives
   lifespan was   
1874-1954
American composer and insurance broker
Charles Ives
   composed   
New England Holidays
Symphony
Charles Ives
   composed   
General William Booth Enters Into Heaven
After the poem by Vachel Lindsay
'Holidays Symphony'
   was composed by   
Charles Ives
1910 - A Symphony: New England Holidays
'The Unanswered Question'
   was composed by   
Charles Ives
1908
Charles Ives
   composed   
"Five Street Songs"
1874-1954
Charles Ives
   composed   
"Sentimental Ballads"
Eight songs
Charles Ives
   composed   
"Three Songs of the War"
Charles Ives
   composed   
"A Night Thought"
Text by Thomas Moore
Charles Ives
   composed   
"A Sound of a Distant Horn"
Text by Ives
Charles Ives
   composed   
"The Song of the Dead"
Text by Rudyard Kipling
John Adams
   recorded   
The Dharma at Big Sur/My Father Knew Charles Ives
Nonesuch, 2006
Charles Ives
   received the Pulitzer Prize for   
Symphony No. 3
1947
William Parker
   recorded   
Nine Songs by Charles Ives
Baritone; New World Records, 1977
Dalton Baldwin
   recorded   
Nine Songs by Charles Ives
Piano; New World Records, 1977
Charles Ives
   composed   
"There is a Certain Garden"
Text: Justin Huntly McCarthy
Charles Ives
   composed   
"In the Morning'"
In "Eleven Songs and Two Harmonizations"
Charles Ives
   was a/an   
Classical Composer
Innovative and original, 1874-1954
Charles Ives
   composed   
Psalm 90
For chorus, bells, and organ, S. 152
Charles Ives
   composed   
The Camp Meeting
Symphony No. 3
Charles Ives
   composed   
From the Salvation Army
String Quartet No. 1
Charles Ives
   composed   
Variations on 'America'
Originally for organ, 1891
Charles Ives
   composed   
The Celestial Country
Cantata, 1898-99
Charles Ives
   composed   
Children's Day At the Camp Meeting
Sonata for violin & piano No. 4
Hilary Hahn
   recorded   
Charles Ives: Four Sonatas
Deutsche Grammophon, 2011






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